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Transcript: Mike Rice the Head Coach that was abusing players Got suspended Later got fired Once the media found out about Mike Rice there were numerous investigations in to the abuse ESPN's Outside the Lines aired a TV show on April 2, 2013, the video released several hours of video Tim Pernetti Chris Christie Eric Murdock Conclusion How it came to light? Mike Rice Jr Background cont. Rice has been fired Pernetti resigned Murdock is involved in a legal standout Mike Rice After being forced to resign he now sits on charity boards Assistant coach Told Pernetti about Rice throwing balls and cursing at players during practice Murdock told Perneatti way before the video was released but Perneatti took no action Murdock later got fired for reporting the abuse Governor of New Jersey Made public speaks advocating Rice be fired A day after his speeches Rice got fired In conclusion, Rutgers University has been showed in the national spotlight because of the way they handled an abusive coach. I do not believe Rice will ever be back at the collegiate level for coaching ever again. Both Rutgers and Rice have to pay their punishment now as both of their doings I believe are wrong. Eric Murdock Mike Rice Abusive Penalties Weeks after his firing at Rutgers he was back at coaching a 12 year old girls AAU team Tim Pernetti Tim Pernetti Christie is still the governor of New Jersey Christie and the president of Rutgers take full responsibility for the firings of Rice and the forced resignation of Pernetti What is everyone doing now? Chris Christie Athletic Director Suspended Rice Investigators found out Pernertti knew about Rice way before the video was released and also got in trouble Later resigned days after the media released the video Murdock is involved in legal actions because he was technically a part of it but tried to stop it Murdock is now another assistant for a small division two college Mike Rice Jr. Background People Involved Eric Murdock Mike Rice On December 13 2012 Mike Rice was suspeneded three games without pay and fined $50,000 The suspension came from the athletic director Tim Pernetti after he found video footage of Rice abusing his players He abused his players during practice in either his first or second season coaching He threw basketballs at players heads and mentally abused them Pernetti later said Rice would be completely removed from the program for the 2012-2013 season but would return for the 2013-2014 season Mike Rice Jr. is son of former NBA coach and player Mike Rice Sr. He was born on February 13th 1969 Rice was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, he played college basketball at Fordham University After he graduated he went on to be a assistant coach at several programs, such as Fordham, Marquette, Niagara, Chicago State, St Josephs, and Pittsburgh In 2007 he became head coach at Robert Morris and in 2010 he took the head coach job at Rutgers Mike Rice

Rice presentation

Transcript: RICE A food staple is a food that makes up the dominant part of a population's diet. Food staples are eaten regularly and supply a major proportion of a person's energy and nutritional needs. Examples of major food staples are maize (873 million tonnes produced annually), Rice (730 million tonnes produced annually) and wheat (671 million tonnes produced annually). Describe The Staple Top 10 rice producing rice countries in the world Outline the different methods used to produce the crop globally? Production Methods China is the world's largest rice producer with an average yield of 6.5 tons per hectare. China is unique because they produce two crops per year and produce 49 varieties of rice. China produces three-line hybrid rice for 15-20% more yield and the only country to produce hybrid rice in a temperate climate. materials In Australia, rice is produced in irrigated farms in the Murray and Murrumbidgee Valleys of southern NSW. Farmers use a plane to sow their rice seeds into rice bays that are already filled with water in October to November. Australia Rice is one of the thirstiest crops using as much as ten times as much as some otther crops. This is one of the main reasons why Australia isnt a great country, in the agricultral areas it is usually quite dry and not much rain not allowing for rice to grow at it capacity. Environmental and economical factors that influence To grow rice, your garden must be in full sun and offer a three- to six-month growing season with average temperatures above 20 degrees Celcius. The highest maximum temperature recorded in the territory was 48.3 °C at Finke on 1 and 2 January 1960. The lowest minimum temperature was −7.5 °C at Alice Springs on 12 July 1976. Seeing this it is very unpridictable. Growing requirments Rice is the staple food of more than half of the world's 3.9 billion people. In Asia, rice consumption is very high because more than 520 million people are poor, rice is very cheap. How rice is used around the world More information South Africa are constantly harvesting every day and they get a lot of food for all the poor sides of south Africa. If countries that are not so rich continue to just eat rice they will die quicker, rice does not have the required nutrients to keep you alive. Growing rice in flooded conditions causes up to 12% of global emissions of methane, a gas blamed for about one quarter of global warming caused by humans. Methane from rice farming causes 3% of anthropogenic global warming. Rice milling industry to America's economy was estimated to be $6.3 billion in value, supporting more than 38,000 jobs and nearly $11 billion in increased output. The future of rice Photos

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Transcript: http://www.vwssp.org Victim Witness Services of South Philadelphia Written By: Thuy Do August 2018 Your voice can change the world and everything in it, people just need to change their perspective VWSSSP is located in South Philadelphia, it's a small organization but does that mean the resources in the community are limited? In the community, its very hard to promote and connect to people as starter or even on going non-profit organization people don't hear of it. Since this is an issue in our community, VWSSP reaches out, aiding, and even attending events going around in the community. Besides the fact that this is an issue in our community, there are many organization and plenty of resources in South Philadelphia. The organization raises awareness in South Philadelphia and for the people who can't afford take action as a victim, they come to us and we'll help them The Community Resources? Community News LACK OF RESOURCES? them on their process, emotional and physically. VWSSP has many resources to draw from which helps them and their victim patients get back to their feet to where they once were or close to where they were. Not only organization but languages we can help with too. Alignment between RICE and VWSSP RICE and VWSSP actually has align with multiple things I did in work. For example, the issue with the language barrier, a lot of people within South Philadelphia can't get help because they don't speak English, at VWSSP, they explain the problem and showed me how to handle it. Another thing that correspond was racism, in VWSSP, I learned that a long more population of black are target when white has done the exact same thing and didn't get anything at all. RICE and VWSSP actually has align with multiple things I did in work. For example, the issue with the language barrier, a lot of people within South Philadelphia can't get help because they don't speak English, at VWSSP, they explain the problem and showed me how to handle it. Another thing that correspond was racism, in VWSSP, I learned that a long more population of black are target when white has done the exact same thing and didn't get anything at all. RICE and VWSSP Change yourself, Change the World Working at VWSSP made me feel like I became apart of the change because it changed my perspective at looking at everything. Every since I started working at VWSSP, I felt good to help people who really needed it. I attended events and read very vivid classified information, from that, I realized all the little thing that this program made me do was actually helping another get the help that they needed. Change in the community!!! V/WSSP helps victims and witnesses by careful explanation of the often confusing and overwhelming criminal justice process, court accompaniments, provision of appropriate social service referrals, and assistance with restitution and crime victim compensation. Providing free and direct support to crime victims is a vital service and works to ensure that crime victims are treated with the dignity and respect that they deserve. We work hard to restore victims' sense of safety and their faith in the South Philadelphia community. Victim Witness of South Philadelphia BREAKING NEWS V/WSSP helps victims and witnesses by careful explanation of the often confusing and overwhelming criminal justice process, court accompaniments, provision of appropriate social service referrals, and assistance with restitution and crime victim compensation. Providing free and direct support to crime victims is a vital service and works to ensure that crime victims are treated with the dignity and respect that they deserve. We work hard to restore victims' sense of safety and their faith in the South Philadelphia community. VWSSP offers direct assitance and support to crime victims, witnesses and their families in the 1st, 3rd, and 17th police districts of South Philadlephia What's VWSSP?

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Transcript: Silent Starter: 1) How many types of rice do you think there are? 2) Is rice just grown in water? 3) How many months do you think growing season is for rice? 4) Do you think rice contains calcium? 1) 40,000 2) no, also grown dry 3) 5 months, september- february 4) yes rice is a carbohydrate.This food group is your body's main source of energy and contains bread, pasta, rice, potatoes, noodles, chapatti, cereals and other starchy carbohydrates. PRODUCTION 1 - Rice Growth and Development 2 - Rice Varieties and Seed Production 3 - Rice Stand Establishment 4 - Water-Seeded Rice 5 - DD50 Computerized Rice Management Program 6 - Rice Weed Control 7 – Water Management 8 – Management of Rice Diseases 9 – Rice Insects 10 – Maintaining Yield and Grain Qualityy 11 – Rice Drying on the Farm Rice is the second largest produced cereal in the world. At the beginning of the 1990s, annual production was around 350 million tons and by the end of the century it had reached 410 million tons. World production totaled 395 million tons of milled rice in 2003, compared with 387 million tons in 2002. This reduction since the end of the previous millemium is explained by the strong pressure put on land and water resources, which led to a decrease of seeded areas in some Western and Eastern Asian countries. Production is geographically concentrated in Western and Easter Asia with more than 90 percent of world output. China and India, which account for more than one-third of global population (52,3% over the 1999-2003 period), supply over half of the world's rice. Brazil is the most important non-Asian producer, followed by the United States. Italy ranks first in Europe. World production has shown a significant and very steady growth, almost exclusively due to increasing production in Western and Eastern Asia. Growing Rice can only be grown on soils that are deemed suitable by the irrigation corporations and/or the New South Wales Department of Natural Resources. Rice growing is concentrated in the Murrumbidgee and Murray valleys of southern New South Wales, with small areas of rice grown in north-eastern Victoria. It is concentrated in this area due to large areas of flat land, suitable claybased soils, the availability of water, and the development of storage and milling infrastructure in or near the regional towns. Rice seeds are planted in September. Through September until February, the rice plant grows a main stem and a number of tillers. Each rice plant will produce four or five tillers. Every tiller grows a flowering head or panicle. The panicle produces the rice grains. Rice crops are grown in 5 – 25cm of water depending on growing conditions. Harvesting As the grain begins to mature, the farmers ‘lock up’ the water on the bays. This means no water leaves the paddock, it is fully utilised by the rice plant. The soil then dries out in time for harvest to commence. Farmers use large, conventional grain harvesters to mechanically harvest rice in autumn. Once harvested, the rice is commonly named paddy rice. This is the name given to unmilled rice with its protective husk in place Storing Rice Once harvested, a truck transports it to one of the industry’s paddy storage facilities, where segregation occurs according to variety. Rice storage bins are fitted with computer-linked sensors that monitor grain storage conditions and keep the rice at a suitable temperature and moisture level. World production of rice has risen steadily from about 200 million tonnes of paddy rice in 1960 to over 678 million tonnes in 2009 Worldwide there are more than 40,000 different varieties of rice Local rices There are thousands of local rice varieties. Scientists divide rice into two main groups, tropical indica and temperate japonica. Within each type are varieties that are grown under different environmental conditions. The most basic distinction is between wet- and dry-rice varieties. Wet-rice is most commonly grown in Asia, frequently in paddy fields where rice is cultivated on irrigated or flooded land. Dry varieties are typically grown on hillsides and aren't submerged in water and only account for a small percentage of rice grown. Golden rice is a variety of Oryza sativa rice produced through genetic engineering to biosynthesize beta-carotene, a precursor of pro-vitamin A in the edible parts of rice. The scientific details of the rice were first published in Science in 2000. Golden rice was developed as a fortified food to be grown in areas where there is a shortage of dietary vitamin A. In 2005 a new variety called Golden Rice 2 was announced which produces up to 23 times more beta-carotene than the original variety of golden rice. Neither variety is currently available for human consumption. Although golden rice was developed as a humanitarian tool, it has met with significant opposition from environmental and anti-globalization activists A diet based on unenriched white rice leaves people vulnerable to the neurological disease beriberi, due

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Transcript: Global Cuisine: Asia By: Bozun, Christian, Hannah, And Mia History History South Asian cuisine includes the cuisines from the Indian subcontinent and when included in the definition, also that of Afghanistan. South West East Asian cuisine includes Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Mongolian, Taiwanese and Tibetan food. North East Many dishes that are now popular in Thailand were originally Chinese dishes. South East Environment Effects Extremely arid South West Hunting, fishing, and trading Riverine Environment North East Mountainous Region South East Influenced by China and India Surrounded by water Ingredients Regional Ingredients India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Burma South West North East China China Garlic, anise, ginger, black pepper, chili, green onion, soy sauce, vinegar, oyster sauce, satay sauce, sesame oil, hoisin sauce, rice vinegar, plum sauce Korea Korea gochujang paste, soybean, Doenjang soy paste, Ganjiang soy sauce, ginger, garlic, onion, sesame oil, chili powder, lee Japan Dashi, mirin wine, miso paste, rice vinegar, sake (rice wine), chili sauce, wasabi, shichimi togarashi, tamari (soy sauce), pickle ginger, nori (seaweed), sesame Japan South East Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Viet Nam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunel Many different types of herbs and spices such as basil, marjoram, Onion, cumin, cilantro, basil, dill, cloves, coriander, mint leaves, ginger, chili, shallot, lemongrass, chives, shrimp paste, fish sauce, satay, peanut sauce Main Dishes National Dishes China Dim sums are small bite-sized rounds stuffed with veggies or meat. Dim sums are a perfect steamed snack to delight those evening cravings. North East Thailand Tom yam kung A rave party for the mouth. The floral notes of lemongrass, the earthy galangal, freshness of kaffir lime leaves and the heat of the chilies. South East India Butter chicken is one of the top orders at any Indian restaurant in the West and for good reason—it is delicious. This sultry poultry dish tastes great with kaali daal (black lentils), naan, and a green salad. South West

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Transcript: Price : Scrub made from Riceberry Nutrition Properties For patients Lip scrub - 59 baht / 5 gram Bath salt - 129 baht / 50 gram Body scrub - 159 baht / 50 gram Set of 3 products cost for 300 baht from 347 baht Riceberry Sugar Olive oil Baking soda Jasmine scent -Help removing the dead skin out of body and brighten skin - Riceberry contain Anthocynanin to maintain the youth of your skin cells and reduce rough skin. - Help to smoothen skin because it is also contain Oryzanol which keep your skin moisture. Body Scrub Ingredient : Good for sensitive skin and for people who use it for first time. Olives oil relieves your dry skin. Baking soda help to shed dead skin cells and reveal fresh, glowing skin underneath. Jasmine scent help relief stress. Benefits of Body Scrub : Bath salt -Wholesale Removing dead surface of your lips and making lip soft, smooth, and moisture Prevent cracked and dried lip. Blended Riceberry Sea salt Epsom salt Scent Food colour Riceberry Background Lip Scrub Ingredients : Marketing Plan Benefits of Lip Scrub : Sugar Honey Olive oil Riceberry Milk scent Bath salt Ingrediants : Future Plan : ์Not for children below 7 years old Rice Gene Discovery and Rice Science Center Unit of Kasetsart University cooperate with National Research Council of Thailand (NRCT) had invented new organic rice, called Riceberry. Riceberry is a mix of two high-quality strains of rice which are Jasmine rice (Jasmine 105) and Black Fragment (Hom Nil). They used biotechnology in the process of selecting the best rice and then encourage the farmer in the proper area which is North of Thailand for the right quality. Customer target : Those minerals were easily absorbed into pores, clean and purify skin in a molecular level. Also, they improving skin's radiance, tone and texture For people who has strong feet smell Lip Scrub Market target : Promotion : Minirals and nutrients will keep the skin smooth and soft. The minerals that found in the scrub were Magnesium, Potassium, Bromide and Sodium. Antioxidants Anthocyanin Gluten Free Lactose Free Hypoallergenic For exhaust and fatigue office worker Benefits of the riceberry for skin : TU106 Riceberry Advertisement Benefits of Bath Salt : - Retail General market to make retailer have better income Body scrub Riceberry Ultimate Beauty (RUB) https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B8-tVL7ihERMRnhOYm94WHFnNjQ Buy 2 get 1 free for same type of product

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Transcript: This means that if the rice farmers can't get water for their crops the price of rice will rise because there is no way of growing more of it. If there is no rice growing then there will be a finite source of rice and it will cost more. Today rice farms are in a drought. This is the second continuous year of drought that the farmers of Colorado have had to suffer through. The L.C.R.A. (Lower Colorado River Authority) failed to send water downstream to the farmers so their fields are empty. Those countries then traded with other countries and so on and so on. Eventually it spread to Europe and Africa. What Does This Mean? How Did Rice Come to Canada Rice was first cultivated in china in 2500 BC. It is high in starch and can be stored indefinitely so it is an ideal food to grow in large quantities. It is also very versatile so it is great for growing anywhere. This was one of the reasons the chinese traded it to other countries. Those countries then traded with other countries and so on and so on. Eventually it spread to Europe and Africa. Later on when the europeans discovered Canada, it somehow spread here. Where was it first cultivated? Those countries then traded with other countries and so on and so on. Eventually it spread to Europe and Africa. There are many different types of rice. The most commonly grown types are Oryza Sativa and Oryza Glaberrima. Oryza Sativa is the more popular of the two species. No one knows how it spread here but there are some theories. One theory is that the African slaves brought it over from their homeland. Another theory is that a bag of rice was given to some Americans when they repaired a British ship. Rice How Did Rice Spread to the Rest of the World How Many Different Species of Rice are There? The End What Problems are Rice Farmers Facing Today? Rice is so important to so much of the world. For 3.3 billion people rice accounts for 30 - 80% of their diet. For millions of those people rice is at least 75% of their diet. Rice is produced on every continent except Antarctica. Without rice our world would be very different than it is today. By Jack Pedersen

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