Some people join the medical industry because of the prestige while others do it for the financial security it offers, but there are some who do it because they want to help people. Dr. Sameer Jejurikar is one of those people who feels passionate about lending a helping hand to those in need. He is the kind of plastic surgeon that people remember for his compassion and attention. Dr. Sam does not only help people attain their dreams but joins in their journey because he wants to understand each patient.
The idea of getting to know a patient is part of what makes Dr. Sam’s approach so well-received by his patients and admired by his colleagues. He is a fully board-certified plastic surgeon, but he is like a friend to those who have been lucky enough to work with him. At the moment, he is a member of one of the most sought after plastic surgery centers in Texas called the Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute. Part of the reason this cosmetic center wanted to work with him dealt with his expertise in plastic surgery and experience, which are definite pluses. Still, it seems it is Dr. Jejurikar’s compassion that has really given him the respect he enjoys from people.
It should be noted that Dr. Sam’s compassion goes beyond the walls of this plastic surgery center. The cosmetic surgeon has an active community life where he participates in events around his community, not to mention his annual medical missions. There are a number of impoverished kids in Bangladesh who are in need of help. These children have no one to bring them joy and health, which is the reason Dr. Sam volunteers with Smile Bangladesh every year to help these children. This non-profit organization gathers a number of medical professionals and takes them to help these children who greatly need it.
New York Fashion Week is a yearly venue that honors the fashion apparel of the best and most promising of newcomers to the fashion scene. It is put on by the Academy of Art University, which held it 21st runway showcase on September 9, 2017. In all seven collections were on display: five womenswear and two menswear. The designers featured came from all over the world, from China to Maine. The audience including many of the top names in the fashion industry, including a few living legends.
The runway show lasts only about 15 minutes but was preceded by hours and hours of preparation. They were also 15 minutes that displayed some of the finest work of designers who will dramatically shape the fashion landscape of the future. The designers featured include Hailun Zhou, Eden Slezin, Dina Lam who collaborated with Carlos Rodriguez, SayaShen, JoannaJadellah who collaborated with Cana Klebanoff, Ryan Yu, and Jelly Shan. The Academy of Art University has been an imperative part of the international art community since it opened in 1929.
At that time it was entirely dedicated to advertising art. It was led by Richard S. Stephens until 1951. From that time until 1992 it was led by his son, Richard A. Stephens. In 1992, he left and was replaced by his daughter, Elisa Stephens, who continues to lead the institution. Under her leadership, the number of students at the school has grown astronomically. RAAU currently boasts 283 full-time teachers, 1154 part-time teachers, and around 12,600 students. It is said that about 58% of these students are female. The school has funded and hosted New York Fashion Week biannually since 2005. In 2007 it received regional accreditation from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. The leadership of the school remains very optimistic about its future.
Fagali’i Airport is located in the South Pacific region of Fagali’i, Samoa. It’s runway is 2,198 feet and made of asphalt. It is owned and operated by the Polynesian Airlines and Samoa Airport Authority. Fagali’i Airport is unique because its airstrip used to be grass only and it has a shorter runway compared to other airports in the region. It is a five minute drive from downtown Apia and because of it’s proximity it is used mainly for internal flights to Pago Paga (pronounced “Pah-Ngo Pah-Ngo”) and international flights sometimes as well.
Fagali’i Airport was met with a lot of controversy for safety reasons from the community and the government. Shortly after this backlash, it decided to undergo renovations. Fagali’i’s airstrip was paved and the airport re-opened July 6th, 2002. According to dohop.com Polynesian Local General Manager, Brent Schwenke helped to facilitate the grand opening which was attended by Polynesian Officials and the Samoan Government. Fagali’i Airport had was different from other airports in the region because, at the time, Polynesian Airlines were the only ones able to service the airport. The privately-owned “South Pacific Express” was in direct competition with Polynesian Airlines and utilized Faleolo Airport. Though smaller, Fagali’i was still able to maintain an advantage.
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Dynamics have, of course, changed over the years and the airport has been used by other airlines in the region. Some airlines that operated from the airport are: Polynesian Airlines, Samoa Air, South Pacific Island Airways and Talofa Airways. Fagali’i Airport was used mostly for daytime service and Faleolo Airport was used for night time service. Fagali’i unfortunately closed again in 2005 due to more safety and noise complains. On July 1st, 2009 it re-opened again. In order to re-open, it had to pass safety inspections from the Samoa Airport Authorities and it also had to pass civil inspection by the Pacific Aviation Office (PASO) according to encontreomedico.com.br. Right now, it is currently opened and flights are able to be taken in and out of the region.
Learn more about Fagali Airport: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fagali%27i_Airport