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Sustainable design is part of who we are and what we do.

Our coffee comes directly from the earth so we naturally take an interest in treating it well. We strive to reduce the impact our stores have on the environment and this commitment influences almost every aspect of how we approach design and construction, including landscape, building methods, materials, lighting and more.

We believe a coffeehouse should be a welcoming, inviting and familiar place for people to connect, so we design our stores to reflect the unique character of the neighborhoods they serve. We are also interested in the way design can connect us all to sustainable building practices and provoke thoughtful questions and engagement with the built environment. In addition to reducing energy and water consumption, we incorporate reused and recycled materials wherever possible and often use locally inspired design details and materials in our stores.

To guide our efforts, we use the U.S. Green Building Council s LEED certification program as a benchmark for success. (LEED is short for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design.) We started our LEED certification globally for all new, company-owned stores beginning in late 2010 and are gaining momentum as we continue the program. Currently we have LEED certified stores in 19 countries around the world.

Starbucks design studios are located around the globe so that our designers can fully understand the communities they serve. The mission of each designer is to create a spectacular Starbucks caf experience that is steeped in the local culture and designed to reflect the unique characteristics of each neighborhood. Together, we are fully committed to our goal of creating sustainably designed, locally relevant stores that inspire and nurture the human spirit one person, one cup, and one neighborhood at a time.

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Home Decorating Trends Homedit

Oriental homes have always been fascinating for the rest of the world. Chinese interior design in particular has been studied and recreated in many situations. But what exactly does this style offer and what makes it special?

One of the first things anyone can notice is that Chinese or Oriental-inspired decors in general are very simple. The rooms are not filled with furniture or decorations. Only the basics are included. It s all about knowing how and where to place these valuable elements and how to create a balanced and inviting décor.

Also, another thing we admire in these spaces is the exotic look. Certain patterns, details, colors and shapes are specific to this style. However, even though we can identify all these elements that make an Oriental décor unique, reproducing the look and recreating the atmosphere proves to be a tough challenge. You have to understand the basics and to really become part of this world in order to be able to properly illustrate the style and to adapt it to a different environment.

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Creating the Coffee Shop Brand Experience: a Designer’s View

By Mya Stark on November 13, 2013

By John Barnett and Anna Burles, JB | AB Design

Designing a coffee shop isn’t just about getting the right look. Or serving the best coffee. It’s about creating an experience which not only shouts about the amazingness of your coffee, and how that makes people feel good, but also an experience which gives a double-shot boost to your brand.

We design coffee shops in different parts of the world for clients who roast and grind and brew really great coffee. We’re also serious coffee drinkers, which—handily—makes us a target consumer for the brands we work for. The challenge for our clients is that we, like coffee lovers everywhere, are increasingly spoiled for choice.

It’s a crowded marketplace for sure, with an ever-growing breed of artisan coffee brands opening up shop in our towns and cities. So what makes us (or you) choose one brand’s coffee shop over another? And how can we as designers use our professional and personal insight to help you as a client stand out in a way which makes consumers stay loyal to you?

Through our work in the coffee industry, we sometimes find clients feeling perplexed about how to approach the design of their environments in terms of identifying the most important elements to get right. We usually advise taking a step back to look at the business as a whole, to see what the new venue needs to deliver on all fronts.

A successful coffee shop integrates everything the brand represents into a three-dimensional space—not just a cool interior, but great customer service, a great product, smart and efficient operations and a powerful identity brought to life through branding and innovative graphics. Everything works together to create something even bigger. All the parts have to work in sync and if any don’t, the cracks start to show and the business suffers. These guiding principles are a must:

Share the same creative business goals
The Holy Grail for designer and client has to be the same from the outset. To design something different, which cuts through the competition, delivering not only an exciting visual experience, but one which works to drive foot traffic and make money for the coffee shop brand. If your designer is only interested in creating the hottest new look in town, run for the hills.

Bring the customer center-stage
The coffee shop experience should always be built around the customer and the design tailored to fit him or her, culturally, socially and geographically, like a glove. Today’s consumers are savvy and warm to brands which mirror their view of themselves in the world, responding less and less to identikit design. So it follows that coffee shops in a chain shouldn’t be clones of each other, but tailored to fit the space you’ve chosen. Adding a local twist (or three) can make all the difference to making the consumer feel that the shop has been designed thoughtfully for him or her.

Get the customer journey right and the rest will follow
Understanding how customers will interact with the space is key. From what they see when they approach the shop from across the street through to how they move through the space. What they see at any given point will drive the decisions they make. We always put ourselves in the place of the customer, analyzing the way different types of customers might make decisions about the brand in and out of the shop environment. These decisions drive the interior design, spatial arrangements, bar configuration, graphic communications and customer service. Exploring this helps us work with the brand to talk to the customer through the design of the shop at the exact point where they make their decision.

Make sure design and operations are integrated (and willing bedfellows)
If you want to create an amazing interior display of coffee beans or coffee bags, make sure you also put in place some strict visual merchandising rules to maintain the display, or it’ll fall apart, become messy, and you won’t make a dime.

The coffee shop is the biggest and one of the most expensive marketing tools a business has and it should be used for maximum effect. The store design is like a silent barista, talking to the customer in discreet ways, in a tone of voice which makes them warm to your brand and love what you do.

Here are our top 6 tips for creating an exciting environment that does the things you want it to:

The shop is a stage. Raised seating all around the brew bar ensures the whole coffee shop is focused on the art of the barista in Travelers Coffee. Graphics communicate the provenance of the brand and the coffee.

Showcase your baristas’ skills: all the care and attention that goes into preparing the perfect cup. This is key to educating the customer about specialty coffee. Every point in the customer journey should be focused on spotlighting the barista and the theatre of making coffee. Help people understand the craft of great coffee and they will be encouraged to try new things. The design and spatial planning of the whole environment needs to be focused on this.

2. Customers eat with their eyes

The way to a person’s stomach is through his or her eyes. Which is why mouth-watering food and drink display and photography is key to the commercial success of the menu. Creating sumptuous imagery will stimulate the perception of taste, aroma and appeal.

Graphic communication shouldn’t just be confined to the menu. The whole shop is a canvas for imagery and messaging that forms the basis of a conversation with your customers. Graphics can be updated and changed inexpensively, keeping the brand fresh and relevant. Graphics need to say something inspiring, not just look pretty. Use graphics to showcase your baristas’ skills, your specialist coffee and the deliciousness of your food. Customers can sometimes feel paralyzed by too much choice, so using graphics to tell a visual story can help them navigate the options more easily.

See it, like it, buy it. The customer always leaves with a pack of coffee. Our new concept coffee shop for Travelers Coffee in Russia delivers great product displays integrated into the customer journey and environment.

The single most important principle we adopt when we’re designing is “See it, Like it, Buy it.” Great visual merchandising sells products. Easy to understand, accessible displays, attractive, persuasive point of sale and clear pricing at every customer decision point (not just at the bar) will increase profits.

Creating ambience. Circular manual brew bar for speciality coffee brand Traveler’s Coffee.

Never underestimate the power of great lighting. It will transform the environment, creating mood and focus exactly where you want the customer’s eye to land. Yet it is one of the elements so often overlooked and under-budgeted.

Gather round the table. The Globe, set to lead a third-wave coffee revolution in the heart of Siberia.

Customers know exactly what they want from their individual coffee moments, and the environment needs to give it to them, offering different reasons to visit whatever the occasion, time pressure or mood. Flexible design and clever seating arrangements will create special solitary spaces for those who seek them, as well as buzzy zones where people can enjoy socializing with friends.

Commercial design has two functions, to give pleasure and to sell. Focusing our work on both of these at every stage of the design process creates real value for customers and owners.

We also tend to get involved in every detail of the coffee shops we’re designing. Not only concepting the space itself but every element of the brand experience, helping design everything from the architecture through to the interior look and feel, as well as how the brand identity comes to life in the space, the graphics on the walls and menu boards, even down to the uniforms. We find this holistic approach works particularly well to make sure good design becomes good business.

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PROJECT: CAMPARI GIFT BOX

Casa Rex is a highly acclaimed international design consultancy credited with over 100 awards, with offices in Sao Paulo and London. Headed up by Gustavo Piqueira, a multi-cultural team of almost 40 people develop strategic design for global consumer brands; original design for editorial, corporate and environmental projects; and cutting-edge experimental design for anything from typefaces to homeware – affirming that Casa Rex can’t be boxed in the traditional agency or design studio terms.
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Development of a special edition gift box to celebrate the launch of Campari’s new bottle and packaging design in Brazil. The gift pack is lined by red fabric, the brand’s signature color, and closed with a unique golden lock, which when unlaced, opens the packaging as a book, revealing within its pages a unique narrative which takes consumers through a retrospect of the brand’s evolution across the years, passing through its previous iconic bottles to finally find, nested within the box, Campari’s new bottle.
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If your vehicle has stopped running due to non-accident related events (e.g. mechanical or electrical breakdown), use your roadside assistance coverage to help with:

  • Towing Whenever your covered vehicle requires more than at-the-scene service, we can arrange to tow it anywhere within a 15-mile radius, or to the nearest qualified repair facility if one doesn’t exist within 15 miles. Keep in mind that you will be responsible for the cost of any parts and/or repairs made to your vehicle.
  • Winching Service Defined as an at-the-scene service when we can pull your car out of an area with a motor-powered cable or chain. We’ll offer this service if your car is trapped in mud, snow, water or sand within 100 feet of road or highway.
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  • Locksmith Service If your keys are lost, stolen or accidentally locked inside your vehicle, we will dispatch a qualified service provider. You’ll only be responsible for keys/costs to replace them.
  • Flat Tire Change No need to panic if you have a flat. A roadside professional can put the spare tire on your vehicle at the scene.
  • On Scene Labor Related to disablement, up to one hour.

Note: The number of roadside events we cover in any rolling six-month period may not exceed your policy limit in order for coverage to apply.

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Please note that in some states, such as North Carolina and Virginia, Roadside Assistance coverage is subject to limits stated on your policy.

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Summer of soccer: when Shamrock Rovers conquered America

When the Shamrock Rovers squad managed by Liam Tuohy touched down in Los Angeles that summer’s day, Maureen O’Hara was at the airport to greet them. She grew up watching Rovers at Milltown in the 1930s, sitting with her father in the directors’ box, worshipping the likes of Sacky Glen and Paddy Moore. Now, decked out in green-and-white hooped shirt, Hollywood’s Queen of Technicolor posed for photographs as she hugged the latest generation, was interviewed by television reporters, and did everything she could to promote her hometown heroes arriving in Tinseltown.

It was the tumultuous summer of 1967 and the Dublin outfit were one of a dozen from Europe, Brazil and Uruguay invited to participate in the inaugural and only season of America’s United Soccer Association. It was a bizarre, overly-ambitious experiment, based on the belief that transplanting entire veteran professional teams (and part-timers in the case of the Dubliners and Glentoran) to various cities across the US would showcase the beauty of the game and grow an instant fanbase. Far-fetched as it may have sounded, some of the biggest names in the American sports business, including the Ford family, invested in what turned into an odd yet compelling interlude.

Sport and celebrity

To tap into the Irish expatriate community, Boston Shamrock Rovers, as they were rebranded, were based in New England where they quickly discovered America’s tendency to blur the lines between sport and celebrity. Having found himself strutting down the catwalk in a fashion show alongside Mick Leech (on a few weeks’ leave from Guinness), Paddy Mulligan was then invited to address students at Harvard University, an offer he initially rebuffed before realising there might be some merit in sharing his, eh, slightly different life experience on the northside of Dublin with a bunch of Ivy Leaguers.

Terry Conroy. a long way from his native Cabra, discovered the power of his accent and ethnicity when he fetched up at the airport in Cleveland as part of the Stoke City ensemble. Once the local sheriff, replete with wide-brimmed cowboy hat, was informed the 20-year-old was from Ireland, his Hibernophile radar kicked in and he insisted on personally driving the Dubliner through the streets of the city in an open-topped Cadillac.

The Los Angeles Wolves, captained by Northern Irish player Derek Dougan, winners of the solitary US soccer championship, in 1967. From ‘Summer of ’67: Flower Power, Race Riots, Vietnam and the Greatest Soccer Final Played on American Soil’ by Ian Thomson

“Why does he get to ride up front with the sheriff?” complained Maurice Setters as he and the rest of the team filed onto a far less glamorous bus to make the same journey.

Record books

The future Ireland assistant manager earned his own footnote in the record books when he scored the competition’s first goal as the wonderfully-named Cleveland Stokers eked out a 2-1 victory over the Washington Whips (an Aberdeen side who, in a typical promotional gimmick, boasted President Lyndon Johnson as a season-ticket holder) at DC Stadium on May 26th, 1967. The manner in which the 50th anniversary of the league’s birth passed without recognition last week sums up how this is a largely forgotten episode in America’s colourful soccer history.

That the memory endures at all is due to the diligence of Ian Thomson, a Scottish-born writer, who chronicled the United Soccer Association’s solitary season in forensic detail in his wonderful book, Summer of ’67: Flower Power, Race Riots, Vietnam and the Greatest Soccer Final Played on American Soil .

The unwieldy title succeeds in capturing how these players were visiting a country wracked by turmoil and chaos. Squads visiting Chicago were warned to go outside in groups, some of the Washington Whips watched the Detroit riots in which 43 people died that July from their hotel rooftop, and, after tanning too long in the Dallas sun, Dundee United’s Tommy Millar was mistaken for an Indian by a southerner still pining for segregated restaurants.

Childhood friend

In a golden age for music, many teams collided with stars as they criss-crossed North America. The Los Angeles Wolves’ Dave Wagstaffe caught up with Davy Jones, a childhood friend from Manchester, by then at the height of his fame with The Monkees. The squad attended a filming of an episode of the band’s eponymous television show and Wagstaffe regularly tooled around the city in his old pal’s GTO Pontiac convertible.

Hibs went to watch The Everly Brothers play the Imperial Room in Toronto one evening, and their celebrity had gained enough wattage that the emcee introduced them to the crowd and asked the players to stand up. They were so drunk, that was a big ask. Another night, Chuck Berry was in town and found himself heading out on the lash with the diminutive Scottish striker Jimmy O’Rourke, a man who barely reached his shoulder. Throw in Shamrock Rovers having an impromptu sing-song with a 17-year-old tyro named Stevie Wonder, and there’s a wonderful portrait of cultures colliding off the field.

Strung-out hippies

Of course, so much about America then was novel. Teams visiting San Francisco to take on the Golden Gate Gales (Den Haag of Holland) encountered strung-out hippies for the first time, and one Dundee United player regaled his colleagues with the tall tale of a suburban homeowner opening a garage door with a remote control button.

If the action never quite lived up to the hyperbolic advance billing, and crowds dwindled as the campaign wore on, Los Angeles Wolves, captained by Northern Ireland’s Derek Dougan. defeated the Washington Whips 6-5 after extra time in an epic final before 17,000 at the Los Angeles Colosseum. A suitably Hollywood ending to the whole enterprise.



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Social Welfare Scholarships

Do Yourself a Favor

Social welfare is a specialty within social work that focuses on specific demographic or economic groups, or neighborhoods, communities or segments of society, with an ultimate goal of supporting the well-being of that particular demographic. Its emphasis is creating a more humane and just society for everyone. Studies in the field provide curriculum in a broad range of social services, including sociological and economical, work-related coursework. If you are pursuing social welfare as a degree, you may choose to focus on a particular population. Make sure you explore the emphasis of each program or scholarship before deciding on your path. Sometimes, they are in specialized issues: poverty; hunger; homelessness;, mental illness; disenfranchized children, families, seniors or minorities; substance abuse; housing; and other societal issues.

A degree in social welfare prepares you for a wide range of careers, including those in government, non-profits, business and education. Many graduates go on to careers in social work, non-profit organizing, fundraising, or counseling, while others continue onto higher degrees.

Scholarship Programs

The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Helen Bader School of Social Welfare offers varying degrees in criminal justice or social work. There are several scholarships awarded based on the information undergraduates provide in the scholarship application, including:

  • Harry and Esther Kovenock Award for undergraduates awards $1,000 for senior social work students with a 3.2 GPA or higher and financial need.
  • National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (N.O.B.L.E.) goes to under-represented minorities with a 2.5 GPA or higher who want to pursue careers in correctional or criminal justice; the amount varies.
  • Kathleen Scheller Memorial Scholarship, $1,000, goes to a non-traditional student (40 years or older) who wants a career n social work and has a financial need.
  • Robert L. Stonek Award, $1,000, goes to an undergraduate or graduate with academic achievement in criminal justice who has a commitment to the field as a practitioner, educator or researcher.
  • Alumni/Yolanda-Vega Will Scholarship, $1,000, goes to undergraduates and graduates in social work or criminal justice who works full-time and/or has significant family demands.
  • Greater Milwaukee Association of Realtors Youth Foundation Scholarship (G.M.A.R.), $1,000, goes to undergraduates and graduates in social work or criminal justice with a financial need, academic achievement and innovative approaches to dealing with problems in youth.
  • Don and Helen Banta Scholarship, $500, for a graduate in social work with a 3.0 GPA or higher.
  • Both the Lucetta Bissell Award and the Social Welfare Community Organization Scholarship go to female graduate students in social work and is based on financial need and academic achievement and leadership in community involvement.

Students interested in pursuing a major in social welfare at the University of Kansas may be qualified for any number of scholarships through the School of Social Welfare:

  • Monte Murphy Fund is dedicated to assisting graduate students with financial need with awards ranging from $500 to $,1500. Applicants must be in good academic standing and maintain a 3.0 GPA.
  • William Palm Minority Fund helping under-represented ethnic students working on their graduate degree with awards ranging from $700 to $1,500. Financial need is the biggest criteria, although applicants must be in good academic standing and maintain a 3.0 GPA.
  • Tikkun Olam Scholarship supports a graduate student who is committed to Jewish culture, language and thought, and plans on working in social service administration in Kansas City. Funded through a consortium of Kansas City-area Jewish foundations, the scholarship provides a generous stipend of approximately $10,000 per year ($5,000 per semester).
  • Christine Smith Scholarship is funded through a personal estate. Each year, the program awards a scholarship to a graduate or doctoral student specializing in children and family issues at a notable university in the United States or Canada. The $15,000 award goes to the student who has two or more years of recent professional experience in the field of social work or a related field, and who, on completion of their research or study, will apply their knowledge and skills to make a contribution to societal well-being.
  • University Educational Opportunity Fund monies are set aside to aid social work students who are committed to serving Native American children, juveniles and their families.

School of Social Welfare majors attending SUNY-Stony Brook in New York provides a well-balanced program for both undergraduate and graduate students. The comprehensive program preps the next generation of professionals for careers in a range of social work specialties, particularly in the realm of healthcare. It also offers specialized scholarships:

  • Students can apply for various scholarships as they become available: the National Hispanic Scholarship, Project 1000 (for Hispanic students), the Jewish Foundation for Education of Women Scholarships (non-sectarian), and New York State Regents Professional Opportunity Scholarships (for minority students).
  • Hy Frankel Award, $3,000, is given to a graduating student who is committed to combining law and social welfare to advocate and promote the well-being of children, families and communities.
  • Sylvia Cutts Memorial Scholarship awards $500 to an outstanding African-American female student with financial need.
  • W. Burghardt Turner Fellowships supports an incoming minority (African American, Native American and Hispanic American) with full tuition and a stipend for two full years of study. The stipend is $10,000 each year for two years.

Each spring, the University of North Carolina s School of Social Work awards 28 scholarships and four awards for returning students working on their Masters in Social Work, including:

  • Melvarene Johnson Adair Scholarship and Chaney-Jacobs-Preyer Scholarship are for any student who is in good academic standing and demonstrates financial need.
  • Annie Kizer Bost Award is given annually to the graduating student who, in the opinion of the faculty, shows the greatest potential for service to the public welfare system of North Carolina.
  • Armfield Scholarship goes to a first-year student to promote racial and cultural diversity within the student body.
  • Bertie Oscar Edwards Award goes to students in good academic standing from Western North Carolina who have an interest in domestic violence, child abuse, mental illness, or mental health services.
  • Kirsten E. Hewitt Memorial Scholarship supports students who are interested in working with the elderly population.
  • Alan Keith-Lucas Scholarship supports students in the distance education program.


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RN-BSN Completion Program

The RN-BSN Completion Program is designed for working nurses who have either an Associates degree or diploma in nursing and who are currently licensed to practice nursing. Prospective students should complete all general education and nursing support course work before starting nursing courses, however course work can be completed concurrently with nursing.

Courses are presented online. Clinical practice/project is required for the community health course.

The minimum semester hour requirement for the baccalaureate degree is 125 s.h. for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

Requirements

All students seeking the Bachelor of Science in Nursing must complete requirements 1-4 below and the foreign language/global issues requirement for major≠.

  1. University General Education curriculum- 45 s.h.
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    3. Transfer nursing courses from associate’s degree or diploma in nursing 29 s.h.
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Customer satisfaction is our number one priority, and it shows, as we have been crafting interiors for our clients and their friends for over twenty five years.

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We work hard to ensure the quality and diversity of our products, services and facility are unique throughout the world. You can expect personalized service, on-time delivery and access to exclusive product lines.

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We collaborate with you to define the scope of your project and ensure the details of your project are developed and coordinated the specifics of lighting, plumbing, cabinetry, wall covering and flooring down to the installation of furnishings and the final touches of accessories.

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