Posting NumberNC00145P Close Date The College of Business is accredited by AACSB and offers aBachelor of Business Administration Degree with concentrations inCore, Professional and Public Accounting, Business Economics,Consumer Marketing, Corporate Finance, Digital Marketing, HumanResource Management, International Management, Investments,Management, and Small Enterprise Management. Students may earncorresponding Certificates of Proficiency in most concentrations inorder to demonstrate their skills and workplace competencies, andan online completion option is available.Focused on transforming students into career-ready businessprofessionals who add value to their workplace and communities, theCollege offers real-world leadership development. Embedded into thecurriculum are research projects, internships, and a myriad ofco-curricular opportunities including Beta Alpha Psi, HembreeStudent Investment Fund, and First Bank Corporation CollegiateAmbassador Board. Through a partnership with the UAFS Babb Centerfor Student Professional Development, students can actualize theirpersonal and professional potential through career exploration andreadiness workshops as well as networking and mentoring withemployers. Position Summary SalaryMid to High 30’s, Salary commensurate with education andexperience. Responsible for establishing and implementing processes that ensureexemplary academic and career advising service in the College ofBusiness as well as fostering a collaborative, student-centeredclimate which promotes student success. The position reports to theDean in the College of Business. Quick Link for Positionhttps://jobs.uafs.edu/postings/1792 For more than 6,000 students each semester, the University ofArkansas – Fort Smith offers a dynamic and diverse learningcommunity with a student-centered approach focused on the successof the individual. Small class sizes combine with innovative,hands-on learning and research experiences alongside expert facultyto ensure students receive a future-focused education at the mostaffordable tuition rate in the state. The university has undergonesignificant changes since its founding in 1928 and now offers 51bachelor’s and associate degrees, two master’s degrees, and 36certificate programs, all aimed at preparing students for successin the global workforce. UAFS is one of 21 academic institutionsand affiliates governed by the University of Arkansas System.The second-largest city in the state, Fort Smith is located on theArkansas-Oklahoma border in the heart of the Arkansas River Valley.Established in 1817 as a frontier military post, Fort Smith is nowa vibrant and growing city featuring a variety of culturalactivities and entertainment options, including a thriving downtownarts and entertainment district. Outdoors enthusiasts willappreciate the Natural State’s plentiful trails, mountains,forests, parks, and waterways, both within city limits andthroughout the surrounding area. The city is also within easydriving distance of Tulsa, Kansas City, Dallas, Oklahoma City,Little Rock, and Memphis.The UAFS campus is comprised of 77 buildings and facilities locatedon 170 beautifully manicured acres and crowned with the Donald W.Reynolds Campus Plaza, Tower, and Campus Green. Students who chooseto live on campus may do so in one of two residence hall complexes,complete with a full-service dining center, or the on-campusapartment complex for married students and upperclassmen. Campusinvolvement is encouraged by participation in more than 100registered student organizations, which includes academicsocieties, a dynamic Greek life system, intramural sports, andcultural/special interest groups. The UAFS Lions compete in NCAADivision II Lonestar Conference in men’s baseball, women’svolleyball, and men’s and women’s basketball, golf, cross country,and tennis. The University of Arkansas – Fort Smith is an equal opportunity,affirmative action institution, dedicated to attracting andsupporting diverse student, faculty, and staff populations. TheUniversity welcomes applications without regard to race, religion,color, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity, and sexualorientation), parental status, national origin, age, disability,family medical history or genetic information, politicalaffiliation, military service, or other non-merit based factors.Persons must have proof of legal authority to work in the UnitedStates on the first day of employment. All applicant information issubject to public disclosure under the Arkansas Freedom ofInformation Act.UA Fort Smith provides equal employment, admission, and educationalopportunities without regard to race, color, gender, age, nationalorigin, religion, disability, veterans’ status, sexual orientation,or gender identify. The University abides by all applicableemployment laws.As an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, the Universityis committed to provide equal employment opportunities for allapplicants and employees with regard to recruitment, hiring,transfer, promotion, compensation, training, fringe benefits andall other aspects of employment. Posting Details Work performed primarily in an office setting. Occasional traveland extended hours required. While performing the duties of thisjob, the employee regularly exhibits digital dexterity whenentering data into computer. The employee frequently sits forextended periods of time, and occasionally stands and walks. Visualdemands include close, relatively detailed vision when focusing ona computer screen. Employee regularly talks and hears. Employeeoccasionally lifts items up to 10 pounds. Routine office hours 8:00a.m.to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. This is a 12-monthposition. • Master’s degree.• Experience in academic advising and/or student services.• Experience with with Banner/Navigate. Summary of Job Duties • Assist students with major and course selection, while providingcareer development and academic advising direction.• Review academic standing of students for possible intervention,support and referrals.• Ensure consistent, accurate and timely processing of alldocumentation related to advising, graduation, etc.• Work with faculty and staff across campus in developing andimplementing processes that align to the special needs of variouscohorts to improve student retention and graduation.• Maintain a working knowledge of current career exploration andemployment trends.• Promote retention through innovative reporting, studentcommunications and special projects.• Assist with college recruitment and yield activities.• Maintain student records and monitor College admissionprocess.• Support student engagement activities in the College.• Provide customer service and promote the public image of theUniversity to all students and the community in a friendly accuratemanner.• Responsible for maintaining a positive work atmosphere by actingand communicating in a manner to foster teamwork and by providingleadership to subordinates. Requires consistent on-timeattendance.• Other duties as assigned. Benefits Work Schedule Preferred Qualifications Background Check / Pre-Employment Screening Special Instructions to Applicants * Did you upload your unofficial transcript(s)?YesNo Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Special Job Dimensions This position may be subject to a pre-employment criminalbackground check, sex offender registry check, financial historybackground check, and/or drug screening. A criminal conviction orarrest pending adjudication and/or adverse financial history aloneshall not disqualify an applicant in the absence of a relationshipto the requirements of the position. Background checks and drugscreening information will be used in a confidential, non-discriminatory manner consistent with state and federal law. * Do you understand that failure to upload your unofficialtranscript(s) may result in an incomplete application packet?YesNo * Do you understand that failure to complete the EmploymentHistory section of the application will result in automaticelimination?YesNo Does this position require a background check?Criminal Background Check, Financial History Background Check,and Motor Vehicle Registry (MVR) Check • Bachelor’s degree.• Two years’ of professional, full-time experience in highereducation.Other job related education and/or experience may be substitutedfor part of these requirements. License(s)/Certifications About the College / Department About the University Routine office hours 8:00 a.m.to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.This is a 12-month position. Occasional travel and extended hoursrequired. Open Date03/19/2021 Position Number Open Until FilledYes EEO Statement Anticipated start date06/07/2021 If yes, please describe.(Open Ended Question)* How did you learn of this employment opportunity?(Open Ended Question) Working TitleAdvising Coordinator, College of Business Applicant DocumentsRequired DocumentsResumeCover LetterUnofficial College TranscriptsOptional DocumentsProof of Veteran StatusAdditional DocumentSupplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). Competitive benefits package. * Did you complete the Employment History section of theapplication?YesNo DepartmentCollege of Business – Dean’s Office * Have you ever been fired or asked to resign from a job?YesNo To perform the job successfully, the following competencies arerequired for the essential functions of this position:• Excellent oral and written communication skills.• Knowledge in working with diverse groups of people.• Ability to work in a technological environment demonstratingproficiency in word processing, and spreadsheets.• Ability to identify and resolve problems in a timely manner, andto gather and analyze information skillfully.• Ability to maintain confidential information with absolutediscretion in all matters. Ability to remain open to other ideasand try new things.• Ability to write and speak clearly and persuasively in positiveor negative situations; professional group presentation skills;read and interpret written information.• Ability to edit work for accuracy and thoroughness, and tomonitor own work to ensure quality.• Requires STRONG attention to detail.• Ability to prioritize and plan work activities; use timeefficiently; and develop realistic action plans.• Ability to adapt to changes in work environment, manage competingdemands, and deal with frequent changes, delays, or unexpectedevents.• Ability to arrive at work on time consistently; followinstructions; respond to management direction; and solicit feedbackto improve performance.• Ability to disseminate educational and career information togroups and individuals.• Ability to work in a quality-focused service environment withexcellent organizational skills, customer service and in aprofessional manner.• High level of organizational ability.• Team oriented. 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Note: Applicants please attach three (3) professionalreferences with your submission.Notes to Applicant: 11-9199.02 – Compliance Managers Assists in the development of online training coursesincluding; presentation design, visual effects, and vocalrecordings utilizing web-based course development software.Maintains web-based training program for UH System by ensuringtraining courses and enrollment data is properly loaded, as wellas, serves as liaison between University IT and training regardinguniversity’s web-based training system.Administers all duties associated with annual MandatoryTraining program for the UH System.Troubleshoots technical and operational issues oftechnology-based programs.Provides consultation and support for UH staff regarding onlinetraining.Researches, proposes and participates in decision making forthe purchase of new software and technology.Publishes training courses in university’s web-based trainingsystem.Develops, runs and analyzes query data using the organizationsHRIS and ERP systems, to identify relative metrics regarding onlinetraining.Collaborates with Sr. Talent Development Specialist to createclassroom-based training programs as needed.Develops and maintains web-based collaborative platforms toinclude the department website and SharePoint site in accordancewith the University marketing and visual identity guidelines andstandards.Assists with the design and creation of department marketingmaterials and presentations for HR initiatives.Performs other job-related duties as assigned. Responsible for the efficient and effective support,implementation, and management of Human Resource-related functionsto include but not limited to; instructional design for web-basedtraining programs, design and maintenance of HR website andtechnology platforms for all training and developmentinitiatives. EEO/AAQualifications :Bachelors and 3 years experience,Requires a thorough understanding of both theoretical and practicalaspects of an analytical, technical or professional discipline,orthe basic knowledge of more than one professional disciplines.Knowledge of the discipline is normally obtained through a formal,directly job-related, 4 year degree from a college or university oran equivalent in-depth specialized training program that isdirectly related to the type of work being performed.Requires a minimum of three (3) year of directly job-relatedexperience.Additional Information / Preferred qualifications: Minimum two years of experience designing and formattingtraining presentations for adult learners.At least one year of experience working with e-learningauthoring programs, such as Adobe Captivate or ArticulateStoryline.Minimum one year of experience working in MicrosoftSharePoint.Ability to produce at least 2-3 examples of previous work.
The successful candidate will teach courses in community health andother non-clinical courses in nursing, advise/coach students,engage in a program of scholarship (including publishing in peerreviewed journals and securing research funding) and provideservice to the School of Nursing and Health Services, College ofHealth and Human Sciences, University, and practice andprofessional communities.
Doubts about the damage frequent flyer programmes may do to competition have been raised in private by top officials in the Commission’s Directorate-General for transport (DGVII), but the Directorate-General for competition (DGIV) has been lukewarm about taking action. One fear is that firms or employees might be tempted to stick with an airline because of the perks, even if cheaper deals were offered elsewhere.The ethical question of employees claiming free trips which have been ‘earned’ with company travel has also been raised, with some Scandinavian firms even threatening to stop their staff from flying with some airlines that have frequent flyer schemes.In the current easyJet competition case against KLM, the UK-based carrier alleges KLM matched its fares on flights between Amsterdam and London with the clear intention of forcing it to abandon the new cut-price service after it made its debut on the route.KLM admits that it cut its lowest single fare to 45 ecu, the same as easyJet’s, but says this was purely a response to market conditions.However, the Commission appears to believe that KLM has a case to answer and has sent the airline a formal statement of objections over the ‘predatory pricing’ claims.An industry source said one clear option in the statement of objections was for KLM to withdraw the cut-price fares which are being offered on a limited number of seats immediately. KLM confirmed the letter had been received, but said it had nothing to add.A finding of predatory pricing against KLM would be a landmark decision in such airline competition cases, which have been notoriously difficult to prove in the past. Fast-track procedures enabling the Commission to ban airlines using ‘dumped’ tickets to destroy competition have existed for around five years, supplementing its existing competition powers. However, so far there have been no successful cases of predatory pricing brought against airlines. EasyJet says it has in its sights the system which allows – mostly big – airlines to offer free flights to heavy spending travellers by, for example, giving them air miles.But it adds that no decision on filing a complaint with the Commission will be made before the KLM case has advanced further.The Dutch airline will try next week to quash damaging allegations that it used sharp practice in a bid to end competition from rival easyJet, when both sides put their arguments to competition officials at a hearing on Monday (22 September).“We will take things one at a time,” said a spokesman for easyJet, who added that the company’s lawyers had told it that there were grounds to challenge frequent flyer programmes. He confirmed that British Airways would be amongst the highest profile candidates for a complaint if one were to be launched, but said that ultimately it would be up to easyJet boss, Stelios Haji-Ioannou, to decide which airline to target.
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DOVER, Del. — Kyle Busch’s recent results in spring races at Dover International Speedway can be distilled into one visual image — a piece of a broken drive shaft lying on the racing surface more than 100 laps before Sunday’s AAA 400 was scheduled to end.From the outset, Busch complained of a vibration in his No. 18 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota. Nevertheless, the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series leader was able to keep his car in the top five until the driveshaft broke on Lap 272, knocking Busch out of the race in 35th place.VIDEO: Drive shaft winds up on the track“We started the race with it, unfortunately, and it just kept getting worse and worse as the day was going,” said Busch, who was running third when the failure occurred. “I don’t know why we started the race with it — we hadn’t had anything like that in a long, long time. I know what it was, but not sure why we had the problem to begin with …“It just got so bad there that last run vibrating it even blew the shifter ball off the shifter, and when it finally broke, I couldn’t even grab the shifter in order to knock it out of gear so I could just push the clutch in, so I had to nurse it back and get out of everybody’s way.”Busch said the issue came as a complete surprise.MORE: Race results | Updated standings“We’ve never had that problem before,” he said. “We’ll have to go back to the shop and diagnose it, try to figure it out. It’s kind of weird.“We’ve had issues like that in practices before, and we’ve been able to figure it out early enough to not have the problem in the race, but this weekend we never had that issue at all until the race started, so felt weird about how that went down.”Busch has now failed to finish four of the last five spring races at Dover. The good news is that he retained the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series lead by 22 points over Joey Logano (13th Sunday) and 40 over race winner Kevin Harvick.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMoreA US soldier who was involved in a firefight in Iraq is seeking redemption and forgiveness from a family that lost three members in the chaotic battle on a Baghdad street.In the midst of a fierce gun battle, Lance Corporal Lu Lobello’s unit opened fire on three cars killing the drivers, all members of the Kachadoorian family who drove into the intersection.After the war, back in the United States, Lobello, like many of the other soldiers in his unit, was deeply troubled by the civilian deaths.Now, the Marine has become like a son to the family, visiting several times and talking often by phone.(READ more of Dexter Filkins’ story from the New Yorker)AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMore
Airport Director Alex Rupp said the offices were unoccupied at the time of the accident and there were no injuries among airport staff.As a result of the accident, phones and computers at Airport Travel Agency would be down through Monday. An errant driver in a runaway truck crashed into the general aviation terminal at Jack Brooks Airport early Thursday. Staff Report The Department of Public Safety said in an issued release that a 2014 Dodge Ram was headed west at an unsafe speed on Jerry Ware Road near the terminal at 5 a.m. when the driver lost control and struck the building.Kyle Martin Stelly of Vidor, the driver, was transported to St. Elizabeth Hospital with serious injuries, DPS said.A blood sample was taken from Stelly and toxicology results were pending, according to DPS.
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Kristine: Well, I was doing Carol for a very brief time, it seems like now.Julie: Did you ever get out of the rehearsal room?Kristine: I did do a tech. I did do some blood—not to give anything away with your wonderful blood stuff—but I did get to do the speech. Nathan always tortures her by saying, “There was a big laugh here!” We never had any audience. I don’t know who that big laugh was!Julie: I think it’s easier for me because I’d never seen Krissy do it. I got to come into it completely clean. Whereas you had been rehearsing for six weeks—and prior to that, some sort of a workshop kind of situation.Kristine: That was just around the table.Julie: She had to get Carol out of her ear, and get Andrea out of her ear in order to find her own way into Janice.Kristine: We just jumped on top of Nathan, and he carried us over the finish line. I give him so much credit for that.Julie: He is amazing.Kristine: The tea-party scene, when we’re all together, was the hardest for me was to learn. To not listen to Julie, but always listen to Julie.Julie: Oh, that must have been so freaky. I mean, ultimately, we can’t remember [the rehearsal process]. I just remember that one time in your dressing room when we were both crying.Kristine: I was like, “It can’t be seen!” This can’t be seen.Julie: [sobbing] We can’t do it!Kristine: I’ll never work again! You know, that kind of feeling. Kristine: Yeah, she’s a bit of a scaredy cat, which we all are.Julie: Yeah—and in a panic!Is it challenging to find the energy to be in a panic?Kristine: The play invites 110 percent from the top.Julie: There’s a sense of overwhelm for the audience the minute the curtain goes up.Kristine: There is the time pressure, you know? There is an inauguration happening. This war is cyclical. It’s constantly happening. Who’s in, who’s on first? You just kind of tap-dance your way to solving things—getting all these bodies sorted.Julie: [Director George C. Wolfe] also did a brilliant thing where he added a cue: When we leave the stage, you hear the sound of like a door opening and what’s going on outside. It’s just screaming.Kristine: Chaos.Julie: We’re functioning in this place, but the raging tragedy goes on all around us.Do you get desensitized to the tragedy of it?Kristine: There are times when you laugh at them, and there are times when they are profoundly sad. The bodies remind you of the cost.Julie: When I see them for the first time every night, they are very horrifying to me. I’m always just crying as soon as he takes the sheet off of the women and children. We always say, like on the knife’s edge, it’s crazy, it’s silly, and then it’s also just all the guts. All the guts are there. After a whirlwind process of getting Taylor Mac’s new play Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus on its feet, Tony-nominated stars Kristine Nielsen and Julie White are basking in the 2019 awards season. When Andrea Martin was injured and had to withdraw from the production, Nielsen took on her role as beleaguered maid Janice, while White stepped into Nielsen’s previous role as hysterical midwife Carol. Broadway.com sat down with the acclaimed actresses (this is Nielsen’s second Tony nom and White’s third; she won in 2007 for The Little Dog Laughed) to chat about the dark comedy’s chaos, carnage and (ahem!) cocks.What is it like going to work every day surrounded by corpses and penises?Kristine: It’s heaven. [Laughs.]Julie: We love our set. We love our set designer Santo Laquasto. Our set is filled with terrifying—and yet kind of funny-looking—dead bodies, all of them with their dicks out. So, it’s pretty nutty.Kristine: They are like dolls. We’ve named some of them. Isn’t it Mr. Peep? What’s his name? It’s the one that hits Nathan so graciously every night in the face? Mr. Peepers or something. There is one that looks like Abraham Lincoln.Julie: There’s one on the ground that looks so much like Bernie Sanders. She’s cleaning up after them, so she’s real matter of fact with them, but my character is freaked out by them, so I do a lot of screaming.Kristine: You like the soldiers.Julie: I like the handsome ones.What were your first impressions of this play when you first took a look at it?Kristine: My first impression of this play was that it was a lot of words.Julie: Kristine did a workshop of it over two years ago, and it was double the play. Did it have an act break?Kristine: No. It was just long, long, long.Julie: But [playwright] Taylor [Mac] was coming off a play that lasted 24 hours, so he doesn’t think about time in the same way. Kristine: I just love doing this because I think it’s about the world, without being literally about specific things in the world. It’s the currents that are everywhere. People in England could see this. People in Venezuela could see it. People in Spain. I mean, all the chaos that is out there that is just the time.Julie: So true. I feel so enormously proud to be in it.Kristine: We’re showing the world. I had someone who came and said, “You know what this play actually showed me the most? Hope.” We’re going to survive it—all this chaos that’s out there! We’re going to get past it because it’s cyclical. We’re going to be OK. There’ll be a Janice and a Gary and a Carol who will make a difference. They’ll make that one little step. Kristine: I think you’re right there. Ultimately, it sort of pared itself out. But that was the first impression. It was like, “This is a very smart play. I’m not smart enough, maybe.” I always [feel that way about] Taylor. I sit with a dictionary—I think I know what a word means, and then I have to look it up again to make sure I really know what it means. Sometimes you think you know something, and you don’t. He’s so clever.Julie: The language is incredible. Do you have an actual dictionary? Because you know you can just do that on your phone.Kristine: I actually have a dictionary.Let’s not scare the audience—you don’t actually need to know any big words or even anything about Shakespeare to see Gary.Julie: No, because it’s also just a bunch of clowning. It’s all in there: the humor, the highbrow and the low.Kristine: Laugh, cry, laugh, cry.Julie: And, you know, fart jokes.Kristine: Lots of those.Julie: It’s all in there. It’s like the parables in the Bible—you could take them at their face value, or the longer you thought about it, there was something else in there. I find it like that. And because I had a very short rehearsal period, I just had to make choices and go. But as it’s settling into me, I’m like, “I get this!” Oh, man. I love that.Kristine: I like to say, it never settles in, Julie. Can I just say that? Every night it’s like working with an animal. It’s a new, wonderful experience. Star Files Julie White in Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus (Photo: Julieta Cervantes) Show Closed This production ended its run on June 16, 2019 Julie White And now you both have Tony nominations.Kristine: I know! Cut to— What happened?!Julie: That’s right. We don’t need more than five days’ rehearsal.Kristine: That’s it! Any more and you won’t get that Tony!Julie: Way to go, nominators! The only place they kind of screwed up was that they didn’t they nominate Nathan. But he already won it in my mind. Come see the play. It’s an extraordinary performance.Let’s talk about these characters. What would Janice, for example, be like in a different work environment?Kristine: Well, I think she’s a little anal retentive. She’d have to be cleaning. Wherever she is would be neat; everything set perfectly.Julie: She’s a boss.Kristine: If she were in a modern thing, she’d be one of those people who clean up murder scenes. What a dreary, horrible job—but she’d do it efficiently. It would be spotless, and she would be proud of that afterward. She can sort of compartmentalize all the ugly, and not deal with it. She could also be one of those mean nurses who’d be like, “Stop crying! Suck it up!” Or maybe the home aide from hell.Julie: I think Janice should run the world, frankly. By the end of the play, she’s going to go off and run the world.What about Carol? Julie: I have a tendency to make all my characters be some aspect of me. Very early on, I thought about myself riding in the bus to the Women’s March, and how depressed I was. I was thinking, “This seems stupid.” But then somebody gave me a hand-knit hat, and I put it on, and I started walking. And everybody had these hilarious and touching and amazing homemade signs, and there were little kids in a bunch of different versions of this knitted cap—all that pink. There were so many of us, you couldn’t march anywhere. We finally just yelled, “Let’s march! Let’s march!” But we were basically stuck over by the Porta-Potties. I feel that Carol wants to do the right thing, but she doesn’t know how. Kristine Nielsen and Julie White(Photos by Emilio Madrid-Kuser for Broadway.com) Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus Kristine Nielsen Kristine Nieslen in Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus (Photo: Julieta Cervantes)
SM North quarterback Will Schneider.SM North can’t hold off Olathe Northwest. For a while there, it looked like SM North’s football team might end its 23-game losing streak in front of its Homecoming crowd. But despite leading 13-3 in the first half, the Indians couldn’t hold off a surging Olathe Northwest squad that capitalized on turnovers in the third and fourth quarter to notch a 37-20 victory. The Indians will face a tough Olathe squad next week in their final game before district play begins. Boy Scout Pumpkin Patch starts today. The St. Ann/St. Agnes Boy Scout Troop 98 Pumpkin Patch starts today and runs through Sunday. Held in the St. Agnes Grotto, the event will feature pumpkins for sale as well as games and entertainment. On Saturday, there will be live jazz from 5:30-7 p.m. On Sunday, there will be a pumpkin decorating contest at 2 p.m. More information is available here.Westwood Company featured in tech report. Red Nova Labs at 4830 Rainbow in Westwood began life as a startup incubator and has now grown to 40 employees. The company, which provides digital services for the self-storage industry, and its culture are the subjects of a report posted this week on on Tech Cocktail. [Inside the company culture of Kansas City’s Red Nova Labs – Tech Cocktail] Big haul at drug event. Roeland Park police report collecting 34 pounds of unused and unwanted prescription drugs during the recent DEA Drug Drop Off Event. Nearly 50 pounds were reported by the DEA to be dropped off in Fairway.