first_img Similar Stories Scripps Howard Internship Program, Washington IBM Great Minds Student Internships 2021 for Master’s Students in EMEA Open to: undergraduate journalism or communications studentsDeadline: 12/09/2011The Scripps Howard Foundation Semester in Washington internship program brings two international students per year to Washington, D.C., to work at the Scripps Howard News Service for a semester.The internship is designed to give international students an opportunity to cover events in the U.S. capital, as well as to report and write feature stories for the Scripps Howard Foundation Wire.Eligibility* The internship is open to undergraduate journalism or communications students who intend to pursue careers in journalism after graduation.* Interns must be fluent in both spoken and written English.FundRound trip airfare and housing will be covered for the selected interns. They will also receive a weekly stipend.Application procedureAll interested applicants should submit online application, which include essay and relevant articles that may serve as samples of applicant’s work.The application deadline is 12th September 2011 (for the January to April 2012 term).For more information contact:International Center for Journalists1616 H Street, N.W., Third floorWashington, D.C. 20006, USATel: 202/737-3700Fax: 202/737-0530Claritza E. Jimenez, Program OfficerE-mail: [email protected] Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. 2021 Washington Post Newsroom Internships Program July 8, 2010 Published by Site Default Reddit ← Virtual Internship: Sustainable Event Alliance +1 Doctoral Studentship in Psychology Addictive Behaviour, University of London, UK → LinkedIn 0 Share 0 More detailed info Tweet Pocket FOMOSO -⁠ 2 New Online Voluntary Internshipslast_img read more

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first_imgMaster’s Programme in Human Rights and Democratization Similar Stories Corridors Summer School 2020 in Germany +1 Deadline: 02 July 2017Open to: all interested applicants who hold bachelor’s Degree or a Degree equivalent to Bachelor’sScholarship: full scholarships for up to 25 studentsDescriptionThe Regional Master’s Programme in Human Rights and Democratization the Caucasus is established with the financial support of the European Union. It is a part of the Global Campus for Master’s Programmes and Diplomas in Human rights and Democratization around the world. The MA is implemented in cooperation with the European Inter-University Center (Venice), and in partnership with leading universities of Armenia, Ukraine, Belarus, and Georgia. The Regional Master’s Programme in Human Rights and Democratization is an interdisciplinary program (with legal, political and multidisciplinary components), with duration of 1 year (60 ECTS). It is implemented by Yerevan State University (home university), Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (host university), Belarusian State University (host university), and Tbilisi State University (host university). The official languages of the Programme are English and Russian.EligibilityAcademic merit (Educational background);Motivation: Interest in human rights and democratization issues;Provided written paper;Commitment to idea of voluntarism and social involvement;Experience in relevant fields.ScholarshipThe program foresees full scholarships for up to 25 students from target countries for academic years 2017-2018;The Scholarship covers tuition fee, travel, and living expenses;The priority will be given to non-resident students.How to apply?In order to apply please fill the application.Also, you will need to submit the following documents:• A full Curriculum Vitae;• Motivation Letters (1000-1500 characters) both in English and Russian;• Essay (1500-2000 words) on Human Rights and Democratization relatedtopics (please consult the website for more detailed information concerningthe essay topics and requirements);• Contact details for two nominees to provide Reference Letters (one fromacademia, and one from a current or former employer, if the applicant haswork experience);• Scanned University Diploma or Diplomas;• Academic Transcripts.For more information please visit the official web page. ← Apply for the ACT4FREEMOVEMENT Training Series Tweet Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Redditcenter_img CES Master’s Programme in Human Rights and Democratisation 2020/2021 NCSA Emerging Scholars Award for 2018 → LinkedIn 0 Call for Applications for the Cross-border Journalism Programme 2019 June 16, 2017 Published by sanja Pocket Share 0last_img read more

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first_imgMassachusetts reaches nearly 15,000 solar workersThe state’s latest report on clean energy found 14,820 workers in Massachusetts’ solar sector, at the very moment when the industry is threatened by legislative inaction on net metering caps. December 1, 2015 Christian Roselund Legal Manufacturing Markets Markets & Policy Share The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center’s (MassCEC) annual Clean Energy Industry reports can claim to be something of a “gold standard”. The thorough and comprehensive report’s methodology for counting clean energy jobs has been copied in 10 states including California, Illinois and Pennsylvania.The fifth edition of the report clocked an increase in clean energy workers to just shy of 99,000, an 12% growth over the previous year and well ahead of the economy at large. Among those 99,000 workers are 14,820 in the state’s solar PV sector.This is the second-highest number in the nation, and is particularly impressive given a number of the state’s larger manufacturers in the PV industry, such as PV module maker Evergreen Solar and inverter maker Satcon, went bankrupt in recent years.This makes solar PV the largest renewable energy employer in the state, with more than five times as many solar workers as workers in the wind sector. Solar employment has been growing even more rapidly than the larger clean energy sector, with a quarter of the jobs in the sector added over the last year.These tend to be well-paying jobs, that require little higher education. Over 95% of solar PV businesses report paying installation workers over $40,000 annually, and only 12% required bachelor’s degrees.Solar businesses also tend to be small. MassCEC found 1,619 solar businesses in the state, and more than 2/3 of these had 10 permanent employees or less. This increase in employment comes on the back of rising installation levels. According to GTM Research Massachusetts installed 308 MW of solar PV in 2014, as the fourth-largest market in the United States.Much of this is currently under threat, as the two houses of Massachusetts’ legislature failed to reach a mutually acceptable compromise before winter recess. The possibility of a compromise during this recess is further limited by Senate President Stan Rosenberg’s plans to leave for Israel on December 3. Senator Rosenberg’s presence is seen as essential for crafting a compromise.The net metering caps do not affect PV systems smaller than 10 kW for arrays with single-phase inverters and 25 kW for three-phase inverters. However, as much as 100 MW of commercial and community solar projects could be stalled until the caps are lifted. “Unfortunately, as solar hit net metering caps in 2015 in half the Commonwealth – with no legislative solution agreed to by legislators – 2016 is shaping up to be a solar job killer,” said Sean Garren of Vote Solar.This content is protected by copyright and may not be reused. 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first_img SIGN UP Subscribe to the Horse Sport newsletter and get an exclusive bonus digital edition! Email* More from Horse Sport:Christilot Boylen Retires From Team SportAfter an exemplary career as one of Canada’s top Dressage riders, seven-time Olympian Christilot Boylen has announced her retirement from team competition.2020 Royal Agricultural Winter Fair CancelledFor only the second time in its history, The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair has been cancelled but plans are being made for some virtual competitions.Royal Agricultural Winter Fair Statement on 2020 EventAs the Province of Ontario starts to reopen, The Royal’s Board and staff will adhere to all recommendations put forward by government and health officials.Government Financial Assistance for Ontario FarmersOntario Equestrian has recently released this update of several financial assistance packages available, including those for farm business. Horse Sport Enews We’ll send you our regular newsletter and include you in our monthly giveaways. PLUS, you’ll receive our exclusive Rider Fitness digital edition with 15 exercises for more effective riding. Canada will have a chance to make history on Sunday in the final of the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping Final series, after two flawless performances from Tiffany Foster of Schomberg, ON riding Artisan Farms LLC’s Verdi III, an 11-year-old Dutch Warmblood gelding (Hors La Loi II X Cantessa), and Eric Lamaze of Schomberg, ON riding Artisan Farms LLC’s Powerplay, a nine-year-old Holsteiner gelding (Casall X Perlmutt). Canada secured 7th place in the preliminary round and qualification for Sunday’s final.Mac Cone of King City, ON riding Chadburn Holdings Inc.’s Amor Van De Rostal, a 13-year-old Belgian Warmblood gelding (Peter Pan X Orsina) and Jonathan Asselin of Calgary, AB riding Attaché Stables’ Showgirl, a 13-year-old Selle Francaise mare (Gold De Becourt X Vedette Normande) had 9 faults each, two knockdowns and a time fault, giving the Canadian team a final score of 9 faults.Draw Comes as an AdvantageThe course designed by Spain’s Santiago Varela Ullastres tested the riders’ technical ability with several related distances that required decisive riding. The triple combination of a vertical at 11a, oxer at 11b and vertical at 11c proved to be the site of many problems. Asselin and Cone both had faults at the B element of the triple combination. Cone’s Amor van de Rostal also lowered the Sagrada Familia vertical, a 1.60m obstacle modeled after the famous Barcelonan landmark.Time allowed at 81 seconds proved to be a question on its own, with many riders including Asselin and Cone picking up time faults. In the end, it was the time and the luck of the draw that determined the outcome of the event. The Canadian team riders were drawn last in the order, determined on Thursday evening prior to the start of competition. Chef d’Equipe Mark Laskin commented that 18th, and last to go, was a “great place” to be drawn. The draw certainly came as an advantage. Eight teams out of the 18 would go through to Sunday’s final from today’s preliminary round. As the anchor rider and last rider to go in the class, Lamaze had the opportunity to alter the placing significantly.Battle for QualificationIt was a veritable battle for the bottom two qualification places, as two other teams finished on 9 faults. The Ukraine and United States rounded off the top 8 placings with 9 faults each when Lamaze entered the ring as the last rider. This meant that if Lamaze had a clear round, Canada would finish on 9 faults. In the event of a tie, the combined time of the riders, not counting the drop score, would determine rankings. Lamaze said, “It was not only to go clear, it was go within a certain time to be back in the second round, so the instructions were clear.”Lamaze did not disappoint, giving Canada the clear round that was needed to qualify for the final with a time that would put the team ahead of Ukraine for 7th place. The 9-year-old gelding Powerplay is a reliable mount for Lamaze, “My horse is a bit young but he’s a very good jumper and I can trust him to do the right thing.” he said of the Casall sired gelding.The Canadian team will compete in the Final on Sunday, where 1,500,000 Euros is at stake. Foster and Lamaze will also share in the 200,000 Euro prize fund for riders who go clear in Friday or Sunday’s competition. The riders are hopeful, and today’s result proves that Canadian riders can certainly hold their own in top level competition. Laskin commented, “Canadian riders — you can’t count us out.” All teams will start on a clean slate on Sunday in the competition over one round, with a jump off if necessary.The team is supported by Chef d’Equipe Mark Laskin, Team Manager, Karen Hendry-Ouellette, Team Veterinarian, Dr. Sylvie Surprenant and Stable Manager, Darren Roberts.To learn more about the CSIO5* Barcelona visit: http://www.csiobarcelona.com/eng/presentacion.aspFor complete results visit: http://www.csiobarcelona.com/eng/resultados.asp Tags: Eric Lamaze, Tiffany Foster, Jonathan Asselin, Showgirl, Mac Cone, Amor van de Rostal, Powerplay, Verdi III, Furusiyya FEI Nations’ Cup™ Jumping Final, last_img read more

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first_img SIGN UP More from Horse Sport:Christilot Boylen Retires From Team SportAfter an exemplary career as one of Canada’s top Dressage riders, seven-time Olympian Christilot Boylen has announced her retirement from team competition.2020 Royal Agricultural Winter Fair CancelledFor only the second time in its history, The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair has been cancelled but plans are being made for some virtual competitions.Royal Agricultural Winter Fair Statement on 2020 EventAs the Province of Ontario starts to reopen, The Royal’s Board and staff will adhere to all recommendations put forward by government and health officials.Government Financial Assistance for Ontario FarmersOntario Equestrian has recently released this update of several financial assistance packages available, including those for farm business. Registration is officially open for the 2018 Equestrian Canada (EC) Convention, taking place April 5-8, 2018 at the Brookstreet Hotel in Canada’s distinguished National Capital Region!EC is thrilled to provide the Canadian equestrian community with four days of exceptional educational opportunities, panels with renowned speakers and athletes, community updates from EC leadership, and exciting social and networking events – revolving around the theme, Personal Excellence from #PonyToPodium.Click here to register now.Special Hotel Group RateAfter completing your 2018 EC Convention registration, book your hotel room at the Brookstreet by March 4, 2018 to receive a special group rate.Click here to book your hotel.From start to finish, you won’t want to miss a minute! Highlights include:Elite Speakers & PresentersClaire Smith – Canadian Eventing Olympian & AuthorCarolyn Trono – Sport for Life Director of Long-Term Athlete DevelopmentClive Milkins, EC Para-Equestrian High Performance Technical LeaderEight EC officials’ clinics with top clinicians, including:Jumper Judge Clinic with Marjorie Dennis, Retired FEI 3* & Senior EC Jumper Judge Hunter/Jumper Course Design Clinic with Chris Brandt, FEI 2* Jumping Course DesignerEventing Course Design Clinic with Jay Hambly, FEI 3/4* Eventing Course DesignerInnovative Education, Workshops & Info SessionsFacebook Livestream: Rise & Shine Welcome Breakfast – Official EC update from senior leadershipCoaching HP1 Module: Analyze Performance with Dr. Hilary Clayton, BVMS, PhD, Dipl ACVSMR, MRCVSWhat Can Long-Term Equestrian Development 2.0 Do for Us? with Carolyn Trono, Sport for Life Director of Long-Term Athlete Development and Anne Welch, FEI Level 2 Steward and EC LTED Working Group ChairCanada’s NextGen Athletes – Engage in a panel discussion with up-and-coming Canadian equestrian athletes and NextGen expertsExciting Social EventsDoors Open EC – Equestrian Canada Open House: Kick off Convention by touring the EC office, meeting and interacting with EC staff and enjoying refreshments! (Free transportation to and from Brookstreet Hotel provided).EC Awards Reception – Celebrate the impressive achievements of individuals, equines and organizations!Whether you want to fully immerse yourself and attend all four days, choose the days you attend “à la carte,” or buy tickets solely for the EC Awards Reception, a variety of registration packages are available to fit all preferences.Exclusive U25 OfferNew for 2018, athletes and delegates under the age of 25 are encouraged to take advantage of the exclusive U25 Saturday Pass, providing discounted access to the full day of sessions and clinics on Saturday, Feb. 7, VIP seating for Canada’s NextGen Athlete Panel and a ticket to the EC Awards Reception! Tags: Equestrian Canada Convention, Horse Sport Enews Email* We’ll send you our regular newsletter and include you in our monthly giveaways. PLUS, you’ll receive our exclusive Rider Fitness digital edition with 15 exercises for more effective riding. Subscribe to the Horse Sport newsletter and get an exclusive bonus digital edition!last_img read more

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first_imgApplications are invited for appointment as Tenure-TrackAssociate Professor/Assistant Professor (several posts) in theSchool of Biomedical Sciences (Ref.: 503201), to commence assoon as possible, on a three-year fixed-term contract, with thepossibility of renewal and with consideration for tenure before theexpiry of a second three-year fixed-term contract, subject tosatisfactory performance.Applicants should possess: (i) a Ph.D. degree or equivalent in arelated discipline; (ii) evidence of international recognition anda strong record of scholarship with a demonstrated ability to workacross disciplines towards new research initiatives; (iii) a strongcommitment to engage students in inquiry-based learning at bothundergraduate and postgraduate levels; and (iv) a strong trackrecord of high-quality research as indicated by publication recordand external grants. The appointees are expected to participate inteaching biomedical sciences subjects relevant to human health anddiseases spanning basic biochemical, cellular and molecular biologyto whole body organization and homeostasis, across a wide range ofundergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes including medical,biomedical sciences, pharmacy, nursing and/or Chinese medicine.They will also be expected to establish an innovative andwell-funded research group that is open to interdisciplinarycollaboration. Research should be at the forefront of biology andmedicine, spanning basic molecular and cellular processes,developmental and stem cell biology, cancer, body defense system,neuroscience, bioinformatics and bioengineering. In the course ofcareer development, the appointees are expected to make substantialcontributions to the School’s strategic developments in academicand research collaborations locally, regionally andinternationally. Applicants who have responded to the previousadvertisement (Ref.: 502084) need not re-apply.A highly competitive salary commensurate with qualifications andexperience will be offered, in addition to annual leave and medicalbenefits. At current rates, salaries tax does not exceed 15% ofgross income. The appointments will attract a contract-end gratuityand University contribution to a retirement benefits scheme,totalling up to 15% of basic salary. Housing benefits will also beprovided as applicable.The University only accepts online application for the above posts.Applicants should apply online and upload an up-to-date C.V. Reviewof applications will start as soon as possible and continue untilJune 30, 2021, or until the posts are filled, whichever isearlier.Advertised: Feb 1, 2021 (HK Time)Applications close: Jun 30, 2021 (HK Time)last_img read more

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first_imgjeid-e3288d2522472f44b0db63c4db3fbec5 To apply, visit https://faculty.utexas.edu/career/64912 FY 20-21 Non-Tenure Track Faculty Position in Theatre andDanceCollege/School/Unit: College of Fine ArtsDepartment: Theatre & DancePosted: Sep 25, 2020Apply By: Aug 31, 2021DescriptionThe Department of Theatre and Dance offers a unique opportunity forprofessional development in teaching, creative practice andresearch. Positions are available periodically for non-tenure trackfaculty who are interested in teaching and who have the potentialto contribute to the development of the academic programs andcreative activity in the areas of Acting, Directing, Drama andTheatre for Youth, Scene Design, Costume Design, Lighting Design,Costume Technology, Theatre Technology, Theatre History/Criticism,Dance, and Playwriting. Positions are not available every semesterand are contingent on funding.The University of Texas at Austin and the Department of Theatre andDance is committed to fostering an inclusive and welcomingcommunity and to increasing the diversity of its faculty, students,and curricula. We welcome applicants who can help achieve theseobjectives.QualificationsQualifications must be commensurate with rank and include anoutstanding academic record, significant achievement in originalresearch/creative activity/exhibition record and a commitment ofquality teaching. The successful candidates are expected to teachundergraduate courses, collaborate with other faculty, and beinvolved in professional/creative research.Application InstructionsInterested applicants are invited to upload a letter of interest,curriculum vita, and the names and contact information of threereferences. All materials should be submitted by clicking the”Apply Now” button, below. Please do not send additional supportingmaterials until requested.Equal Employment Opportunity StatementThe University of Texas at Austin, as an equalopportunity/affirmative action employer, complies with allapplicable federal and state laws regarding nondiscrimination andaffirmative action. The University is committed to a policy ofequal opportunity for all persons and does not discriminate on thebasis of race, color, national origin, age, marital status, sex,sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, disability,religion, or veteran status in employment, educational programs andactivities, and admissions.last_img read more

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first_img Facebook (Photo supplied/ABC 57) A Warsaw man faces a sexual battery charge after a woman woke up and he was on top of her, according to court papers.Robert P. Snell, 44, of 920 Anchorage Road, was booked in the Kosciusko County Jail on Tuesday, Sep. 3, for sexual battery, a Level 6 felony.According to the probable cause affidavit filed Aug. 29 in Kosciusko Superior Court I, a woman told police she and Snell were both at a friend’s cookout back on June 2 and that Snell was drinking heavily. She told police Snell later left the cookout on foot and some people went searching for him, but she went home around 11 p.m. and went to sleep.When she woke, according to court papers, a strange man was on top of her having sex with her.The woman “grabbed her rifle from the headboard and shoved it into his chest and told him to get off of her. The male subject grabbed his trousers and headed down the hallway as she followed with a rifle in his back,” the probable cause affidavit states.The woman then realized the strange man was Snell. She told police she and Snell have never been anything more than friends and that she did not invite him into her home.Snell reportedly told police he did do that, then wrote an apology letter stating he was disgusted with himself and that he was wrong.Snell’s bond is set at $5,250. He’s expected in court on Sept. 30. WhatsApp Warsaw Man faces sexual battery charge Twitter Google+ Previous articleWater Main Break in MiddleburyNext articleMosquito borne virus death reported in Kalamazoo Times-Union WhatsApp Twitter IndianaLocalNews By Times-Union – September 9, 2019 0 266 Google+ Pinterest Facebook Pinterestlast_img read more

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first_imgU.S. President Donald Trump on Monday said that Saudi Arabia’s King Salman has denied knowledge of the disappearance of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, and that he ordered Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to meet with the king.“Just spoke to the King of Saudi Arabia who denies any knowledge of whatever may have happened ‘to our Saudi Arabian citizen,’” the president wrote in a tweet. “He said that they are working closely with Turkey to find answer. I am immediately sending our Secretary of State to meet with King!”Khashoggi, a Saudi journalist who had been living in exile in the United States, was last seen in Istanbul on October 2 entering the Saudi consulate to obtain an official document for his upcoming wedding. Khashoggi has been critical of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and other members of the royal family. Trump during an interview on “60 Minutes” on Sunday warned that there will be “severe punishment” over Khashoggi’s disapperance.The president also noted in the interview what the U.S. “would be very upset and angry” if Saudi Arabia ordered Khashoggi to be murdered.“As of this moment, they deny it and they deny it vehemently,” Trump said of Saudi Arabia. “Could it be them? Yes.”last_img read more

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first_imgFor the 10th year running, the Gem & Jam Festival will return to Tuscon, AZ! Taking place from February 12-14, the festival has unveiled a top-notch performing lineup to get fans excited about jams ahead. With Beats Antique, Lettuce, and The Polish Ambassador all headlining, you know this festival is going to have enough gems and jams for everyone!The full lineup includes a number of great performers, including Tycho (DJ), Nahko and Medicine For The People, Minnesota, Ott, Lyrics Born, Mark Finra (Mushroom Jazz), and Break Science w/ Shady Horns. Also featured are Desert Dwellers, Govinda, Dirtwire, Delhi 2 Dublin, Exmag, Marvel Years and so many more!There’s also a mini-PLM showcase on the bill, with Michal Menert and Eliot Lipp, as well as visuals from Jonathan Singer who was responsible for Fare Thee Well.Scope the full lineup below, and head to the Gem & Jam website for details.—-For those who can’t wait to see Lettuce, don’t miss them in Chicago for New Years Eve and in New York for the following two nights, January 1st and 2nd. More information about those shows can be found here.last_img read more

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