lundi 28 mars 2016

Women’s History Month 2016 (March). Women’s History Month Theme: “Working to Form a More Perfect Union: Honoring Women in Public Service and Government”


 

Women's History Month, in March, is an annual declared month that highlights the contributions of women to events in history and their accomplishments throughout history and in contemporary society.

 

Growing out of a small-town school event in California, Women’s History Month is a celebration of women’s contributions to history, culture and society. The United States has observed it annually throughout the month of March since 1987.

 

“Working to Form a More Perfect Union: Honoring Women in Public Service and Government” is the theme for National Women’s History Month 2016.

The National Women’s History Month theme for 2016 honors women who have shaped America’s history and its future through their public service and government leadership. Although often overlooked and undervalued, collectively they have dramatically influenced our public policy and the building of viable institutions and organizations. From championing basic human rights to ensuring access and equal opportunity for all Americans, they have led the way in establishing a stronger and more democratic country.

Each of these public leaders succeeded against great odds. The diversity of their experiences demonstrates both the challenges and the opportunities women in public service have faced. Their ability to use the art of collaboration to create inclusive solutions and non-partisan policies, as well as their skill and determination, serve to inspire future generations. The tenacity of each Honoree underlines the fact that women from all cultural backgrounds in all levels of public service and government are essential in the continuing work of forming a more perfect union.

About Women’s History Month

Women’s History Month in the United States grew out of a weeklong celebration of women’s contributions to culture, history and society organized by the school district of Sonoma, California, in 1978. Presentations were given at dozens of schools, hundreds of students participated in a “Real Woman” essay contest and a parade was held in downtown Santa Rosa.

A few years later, the idea had caught on within communities, school districts and organizations across the country. In 1980, President Jimmy Carter issued the first presidential proclamation declaring the week of March 8 as National Women’s History Week. The U.S. Congress followed suit the next year, passing a resolution establishing a national celebration. Six years later, the National Women’s History Project successfully petitioned Congress to expand the event to the entire month of March.
To know more about Women’s History Month:


2016 National Women’s History Month Honorees

Sister Mary Madonna Ashton, CSJ
(1923-Present)
Public Health Leader and Minnesota Commissioner of Health
Daisy Bates
(1912-1999)
Civil Rights Organizer, Leader of the Little Rock School Integration
Sonia Pressman Fuentes
(1928 – Present)
NOW co-founder, first woman attorney in the Office of the General Counsel at the EEOC
Isabel Gonzalez
(1882-1971)
Champion of Puerto Ricans securing American Citizenship
Ella Grasso
(1919-1981)
Governor of Connecticut, First Woman Governor of any US State Elected in Her Own Right
Suzan Shown Harjo
(1945 – Present)
Native American Public Policy Advocate and Journalist
Judy Hart
(1941- Present)
National Park Founding Superintendent of Rosie the Riveter World War II Home Front National Historical Parkand Women’s Rights National Historical Park
Oveta Culp Hobby
(1905-1995)
WWII Director of the Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps and first Secretary of the US Department of Health, Education, and Welfare
Barbara Mikulski
(1936 – Present)
Longest Serving Woman in the United States Congress
Inez Milholland
(1886-1916)
Woman Suffrage Leader and Martyr
Karen Narasaki
(1958 – Present )
Civil and Human Rights Leader
Nancy Grace Roman
(1925 – Present)
Chief of Astronomy at NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
Nadine Smith
(1965 – Present)
LGBT Civil Rights Activist and Executive Director of Equality Florida
Dorothy C Stratton
(1899-2006)
WWII Director of the SPARS (Coast Guard Women’s Reserve),
First full-time Dean of Women at Purdue University, and Executive Director of the Girl Scouts of the USA
Betty Mae ‘Pa-Tuth-Kee’ Tiger Jumper 
(1922-2011),)
First woman elected Chairperson of the Seminole Tribe
becoming the first female ‘Tribal Chief’ in North America

About Women’s History Month

Women’s History Month in the United States grew out of a weeklong celebration of women’s contributions to culture, history and society organized by the school district of Sonoma, California, in 1978. Presentations were given at dozens of schools, hundreds of students participated in a “Real Woman” essay contest and a parade was held in downtown Santa Rosa.

A few years later, the idea had caught on within communities, school districts and organizations across the country. In 1980, President Jimmy Carter issued the first presidential proclamation declaring the week of March 8 as National Women’s History Week. The U.S. Congress followed suit the next year, passing a resolution establishing a national celebration. Six years later, the National Women’s History Project successfully petitioned Congress to expand the event to the entire month of March.
To know more about Women’s History Month:


dimanche 27 mars 2016

Easter Sunday 2016 , March 27th. Happy Easter Sunday 2016 from Ronald Tintin, Super Professeur, Lyna Hussein and Ronning Against Cancer.

Happy Easter Sunday 2016, March 27th !!! From Ronald Tintin, Super Professeur, Lyna Hussein and Ronning Against Cancer.

 

Easter Sunday is one of the most festive events among Christians worldwide. It commemorates Jesus Christ’s resurrection from death, as written in the Christian bible.



What are the origins of Easter ?

Many Christians celebrate Easter Sunday as the day of Jesus Christ’s resurrection, which is written in the New Testament of the Christian bible. According to the Gospel of John in the New Testament, Mary Magdalene came to the tomb where Jesus was buried and found it empty. An angel told her that Jesus had risen. Christians worldwide have celebrated Easter for centuries.
However, the roots of the Easter holiday’s traditions and activities can be traced back to pagan celebrations. The name Easter is believed to come from Eostara, the goddess of rebirth. In early times the Feast of Eostara celebrated earth’s resurrection and rebirth. Strict Puritans would have nothing to do with Easter – it was merely a human institution – in the past. Charles I, king of England, declared the day as scriptural as Sunday in 1647 but Parliament contradicted him in print and abolished it with other church festivals.
The Easter date depends on the ecclesiastical approximation of the March equinox. In 325CE the Council of Nicaea decided that the Easter date would be the first Sunday after the first full moon occurring on or after the March equinox. Easter is therefore delayed one week if the full moon is on Sunday, which lessens the likelihood of it falling on the same day as the Jewish Passover. Eastern Orthodox churches in many countries such as Greece still figure their Easter date based on the Julian calendar.

Symbols



Easter eggs and the Easter Bunny are both fertility symbols, holdovers from the feast of Eostara. Other symbolic parallels include the pagan joy in the rising sun of spring, which coincides with Christians’ joy in the rising Son of God, and the lighting of candles in churches, which corresponds to the pagan bonfires. The symbol of the cross and images of Jesus Christ, through paintings or statues, are remembered on Easter Day.

mardi 22 mars 2016

Brussels attacks 2016, March 22nd - Zaventem and Maelbeek bombs kill many. Pray For Brussels.



Very sad.

Pray For Brussels.
Two blasts hit Brussels Airport (Zaventem) this Tuesday morning (March 22nd 2016), and another one struck the Maelbeek metro station an hour later, in the European district.
According to our informations, 20 people died at the Maelbeek metro station, 130 injured and 10 died at the airport, 130 others are injured too.
Belgium has now raised its terror threat to its highest level (Level 4).

Ronald Tintin, Super Professeur and Ronning Against Cancer support Brussels and Belgium.

dimanche 20 mars 2016

International Day of Happiness - 20 March 2016

International Day of Happiness - 20 March 2016

Save the date and the place to be “International Day of Happiness” on Sunday, March 20th 2016 ;) Supported by Ronald Tintin, Super Professeur, Lyna Hussein and Ronning AgainstCancer.


"I will try to create more happiness in the world around me"

International Day of Happiness aims to promote the idea that the pursuit of happiness is universal.

In 2012, the United Nations (UN) declared March 20 to be observed as the International Day of Happiness


What is the International Day of Happiness ?

It’s a day to be happy, of course! Since 2013, the United Nations has celebrated the International Day of Happiness as a way to recognise the importance of happiness in the lives of people around the world. The UN just launched 17 Sustainable Development Goals that seek to end poverty, reduce inequality, and protect our planet – three key aspects that lead to well-being and happiness.
The United Nations invites each person of any age, plus every classroom, business and government to celebrate the International Day of Happiness each year on March 20. 

Background

Speaking at the High Level Meeting on "Happiness and Well-Being: Defining a New Economic Paradigm" convened during the sixty-sixth session of the General Assembly, Secretary General Ban Ki-moon stated that the world “needs a new economic paradigm that recognizes the parity between the three pillars of sustainable development. Social, economic and environmental well-being are indivisible. Together they define gross global happiness.
The meeting was convened at an initiative of Bhutan, a country which recognized the supremacy of national happiness over national income since the early 1970s and famously adopted the goal of Gross National Happiness over Gross National Product.
The General Assembly of the United Nations in its resolution 66/281 of 12 July 2012 proclaimed 20 March the International Day of Happiness recognizing the relevance of happiness and well-being as universal goals and aspirations in the lives of human beings around the world and the importance of their recognition in public policy objectives.
The United Nations invites Member States, international and regional organizations, as well as civil society, including non-governmental organizations and individuals, to observe the International Day of Happiness in an appropriate manner, including through education and public awareness-raising activities.

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samedi 12 mars 2016

Marathon training (Marathon de Paris) : Long tempo run (4000 m – 1000m – 40000m- 1000m – 4000m) on Friday, March 11th 2016 !!! :) Love,Fitness, Charity,Hope, Sport,Passion,Wellbeing with great motivation. Paris Marathon 2016 to supports the fight against breast cancer.

Hi  dearest readers ;)

Marathon training: Long tempo run (4000 m – 1000m – 40000m- 1000m – 4000m) on Friday, March 11th 2016 !!! :) Love,Fitness, Charity,Hope, Sport,Passion,Wellbeing with great motivation. Paris Marathon 2016 to supports the fight against breast cancer.
and the mobile application :aideetreussite.superprofesseur.com 

Are you ready for  a happy long tempo run (4000 m – 1000m – 40000m- 1000m – 4000m) on Friday, March 11th 2016 ?

Ronning Against Cancer with Great motivation and wellness to support the fight against breast cancer !!!

1. Warm up : 25’
2. Tempo run :
4000 m – 1000m – 40000m- 1000m – 4000m
3. Cooldown run : 20’

Time :
Distance :

Feel so good to run with great motivation!!!

Have a nice Saturday with the power of posivite thoughts !!! ;)

To know more about the project “Ronning Against Cancer” :
“Together, we can get rid of cancer”, feel free to follow and support us:



The project “Ronning Against Cancer” is supported by Super Professeur and Ronald Tintin.



Ronald Tintin, Founder

lundi 7 mars 2016

Les étapes de la démarche marketing – définition (cours de marketing) sur www.SuperProfesseur.com

Les étapes de la démarche marketing

La démarche marketing se déroule en cinq étapes :
 Connaissance des besoins des clients
 Segmentation
 Ciblage
 Marketing mix
 Contrôle de la démarche

Pour avoir plus d’informations sur les étapes de la démarche marketing et d’autres cours en marketing :

et l’application mobile de Super Professeur :aideetreussite.superprofesseur.com 


Ronald Tintin, Professeur et spécialiste du marketing

samedi 5 mars 2016

La démarche marketing – définition (cours de marketing) sur www.SuperProfesseur.com

Définition de la démarche marketing

La démarche maeketing consiste à étudier les besoins du consommateur et à adapter les différents éléments du marketing mix à ces besoins.

Pour avoir plus d’informations sur la définition de la démarche marketing et d’autres cours en marketing :

et l’application mobile de Super Professeur :aideetreussite.superprofesseur.com 


Ronald Tintin, Professeur et spécialiste du marketing

vendredi 4 mars 2016

Le marketing – définition (cours de marketing) sur www.SuperProfesseur.com

Définition du marketing

Le marketing  est l’ensemble des actions qui ont pour objectifs de prévoir, constater, stimuler, susciter ou renouveler les besoins des consommateurs et de réaliser l’adaptation continue de l’appareil productif et de l’appareil commercial d’une entreprise aux besoins ainsi déterminés.

Pour avoir plus d’informations sur la définition du marketing et d’autres cours en marketing :
www.SuperProfesseur.com et l’application mobile de Super Professeur :aideetreussite.superprofesseur.com 


Ronald Tintin, Professeur et spécialiste du marketing

Semi Marathon de Paris 2016 (Sunday, March 6th) : 24th edition. Ronald Tintin and the project « Ronning Against Cancer »’s UPCOMING event running to support the fight against cancer and “Women’s History Month 2016” in March. Run for charity and Do Good.

Save the date and the place to be “Semi Marathon de Paris » 24th edition on Sunday, March 6th 2016 ;) Supported by Ronald Tintin, Super Professeur and Ronning AgainstCancer.


Dearest readers ;)

Semi Marathon de Paris 2016 (Sunday, March 6th) : 24th edition. Ronald Tintin and the project « Ronning Against Cancer »’s UPCOMING event running to support the fight against cancer and “Women’s History Month 2016” in March. Run for charity and Do Good.

The Fitbit Semi de Paris is an unmissable race. Two months after your New Year’s resolutions for 2016, this season-opener is your chance to really get back in the swing of things. There’s no way to cheat in the Fitbit Semi de Paris: you’re going to have to push yourself to the limit! Speed, timing, motivation, performance: this race will set the pace for all your athletic challenges in the year to come. Be there or be square on 6th March 2016!

JUST THE 21,100 METRES YOU NEED!

Whether you’re still a bit of a running newbie or a total tarmac addict, the Semi-Marathon is just the right length. That’s why over 40,000 people register every year to pound the streets of the world’s fashion capital… in neon trainers.
Nobody knows better than us that you need to be prepared for a half-marathon. To make sure you’re ready on the big day, the organisers will be holding training sessions: vVO2max tests, hill training, GPP, long runs… There’s something for everyone, and that means no excuses!
21.1km is a distance that shows real athletic ambition, which will be illustrated by the photo of you at the finish line, looking totally worn-out. You’ll still post it on the social networks, of course: it must be the only time that sweat will earn you likes!

THE PARISIANS RECLAIM PARIS

If you live in Paris, then the Fitbit Semi de Paris is your chance to take back your city and show everyone what you’re made of once you get into your stride! Historically, you’ll be taking the east side. The race will start on the Esplanade du Château de Vincennes (no less!), but you’ll soon hit good old tarmac in the streets of the 12th arrondissement. Represent your neighbourhood! Are you really going to let yourself be overtaken by Little Miss Place de Clichy or that guy from Montparnasse?
Place de la Nation, Place de la Bastille: so long as your legs don’t fail you, you will cross the capital’s most iconic squares before reaching Châtelet. No time to stop at Les Halles for a panini – it will already be time to head back to Parc Floral to receive your finisher’s medal.
If you’re from elsewhere, challenge the Parisians and show them that you have bags of energy. You won’t be alone: over 4,000 foreigners intend to defend their countries’ honour whilst enjoying the party atmosphere guaranteed by musical entertainment along the entire route.
A handful of elite runners from Kenya and Ethiopia will also be there to try and break their records. Wherever you’re from, nothing’s stopping you from trying to outrun them. The Fitbit Semi de Paris is run on relatively flat terrain, which means that anyone can take part. Here’s looking at you!
Get your trainers on!
The organising team of the Fitbit Semi de Paris

To know more :


mercredi 2 mars 2016

Semi Marathon de Paris 2016 (6 mars) : 24ème édition. Ronald Tintin, Super Professeur et le projet « Ronning Against Cancer » sur le parcours pour courir solidaire en soutenant la lutte contre la cancer sous les couleurs de l’institut Curie

Save the date and the place to be “Semi Marathon de Paris » on Sunday, March 6th 2016 ;) Supported by Ronald Tintin, Super Professeur and Ronning AgainstCancer.

Très chères lectrices et les lecteurs ;)

La 24ème édition du Semi marathon de Paris aura lieu le dimanche 6 avril 2016.

L’Ecrivain et Marathonien Ronald Tintin dans le cadre du projet « Ronning Against Cancer » sera sur le parcours pour courir solidaire en soutenant la lutte contre le cancer sous les couleurs de l’ institut Curie.

Le Fitbit Semi de Paris, c’est la course à ne pas louper. Deux mois après les bonnes résolutions de 2016, c’est elle qui remet vraiment en jambe et lance la saison. Impossible de tricher au Semi, il va falloir donner de ta personne ! Allure, chrono, motivation, tenue, la course te donne des repères pour tous les challenges qui viendront jalonner ton année sportive. Aucun désistement ne sera accepté, rendez-vous le 6 mars 2016 !

LES 21 100 MÈTRES QU’IL TE FAUT !

Que tu sois un coureur encore un peu novice ou un acharné du bitume, le Semi-Marathon est la distance idéale. La preuve, c’est que plus de 40 000 personnes s’inscrivent chaque année pour défiler en baskets fluo dans la capitale de la mode.
On en est conscient, un Semi-Marathon ça ne s’improvise pas ! Alors pour être fin prêt le jour J, l’orga te propose des séances d’entraînement : tests VMA, séances de côtes, PPG, sorties longues … il y en a pour tous les goûts. Tu n’as plus d’excuse !
21.1km c’est une distance qui fait preuve d’une ambition sportive réelle. A l’arrivée, la photo de toi les traits tirés par l’effort - mais que tu posteras quand même sur les réseaux sociaux - en attestera. C’est sans doute la seule fois où la sueur te fera gagner des likes !

PARIS RENDU AUX PARISIENS

Si tu es Parisien(ne), le Fitbit Semi de Paris est une occasion de reprendre possession de ta ville et de montrer de quelle foulée tu te chauffes ! Historiquement, c’est de l’Est dont tu vas t’emparer. Le départ se fera sur l’esplanade du Château de Vincennes (rien que ça), mais tu seras rapidement au contact de la chaussée dans les rues du XIIème arrondissement. Représente ton quartier ! Te laisseras-tu dépasser par cette fille qui habite Place de Clichy ou ce type arrivé tout droit de Montparnasse ?
Place de la Nation, place de la Bastille, si tu peux compter sur tes jambes, tu traverseras les places les plus symboliques de la capitale avant d’atteindre Châtelet. Pas le temps de t’arrêter aux Halles pour manger un panini, il sera déjà l’heure de retourner au Parc floral récupérer ta médaille de finisher.
Si tu es provincial(e), viens donc défier les Parisiens et leur montrer que les régions ont de l’énergie à revendre. Tu ne seras pas seul(e), plus de 4000 étrangers entendent bien défendre eux aussi leurs drapeaux et profiter de l’ambiance festive promise par les animations musicales tout au long du parcours.
Quelques coureurs d’élite débarqués du Kenya ou d’Ethiopie ont prévu de venir exploser leur chrono. De Paris ou de province, rien ne t’interdit de te mesurer à eux, bien sûr. Au Semi, le parcours relativement plat autorise même tous les espoirs… mais on attend de voir ça !
A tes baskets !
L’equipe orga du Fitbit Semi de Paris


Pour plus d’informations :

Women’s History Month 2016 (March). Women’s History Month Theme: “Working to Form a More Perfect Union: Honoring Women in Public Service and Government”. Supported by Ronald Tintin, Super Professeur and Ronning Against Cancer in March 2016.

Women’s History Month 2016 (March). Women’s History Month Theme: “Working to Form a More Perfect Union: Honoring Women in Public Service and Government”.Supported by Ronald Tintin, Super Professeur,the mobile application aideetreussite.superprofesseur.com and Ronning Against Cancer in March 2016.
Picture : Rosie The Riveter « We Can Do It. » A powerful symbol of American women’s contributions during World War II and of female empowerment. Inspiration for Iconic Rosie the Riveter Image , a young (at 17) factory worker named Geraldine Doyle unwittingly inspired J. Howard Miller’s iconic “We Can Do It!” in 1942.