Similar Stories Student Panel on Global Youth Forum 2010 Deadline:25/06/2010Open to: High School students between 16 and 18 years oldThe People to People International Global Youth Forum 2010 will be held in Atlanta in Georgia, USA from 11 to 14 November. Young people between 16 and 18 are invited to join this conference about peace through understanding, and the special theme Global Health.If you become a member of The International Student Panel at the GYF, you will receive a full tuition scholarship to the 2010 GYF in Atlanta, Georgia USA that will cover their lodging, food and activities beginning November 10, 2010 and ending on November 14, 2010. The scholarship will also include the price of roundtrip airfare between the students’ hometown and Atlanta National Airport (ATL). Cost of visas, unaccompanied minor fees or passport fees is not included.The International Student Panel at the Global Youth Forum (GYF) will serve as a forum for students of diverse backgrounds and cultures to share and dialogue about their experiences within their home country. Each participant will be provided with a list of pre-planned questions to prepare prior to their arrival at the GYF, though there will also be an unscripted question and answer time that will occur between the panel participants and the entire GYF delegation.Qualifications 16 – 18 years of age during the time of the Global Youth Forum A high school student (even if students are 18 years of age, but a university student, they will not be considered) Excellent communication skills High degree of fluency in the English language Comfortable speaking in front of large groups Knowledge of world affairs Active within their community Commitment to and belief in the mission of People to People InternationalScholarshipStudents selected to participate on the panel will receive a full tuition scholarship to the 2010 GYF in Atlanta, Georgia USA. The scholarship covers the cost of lodging, food and all activities during the GYF. PTPI will also pay for round trip airfare between the student’s home town and Atlanta. Cost of passports, visas and unaccompanied minor fees is not included.ApplicationTo apply for the Global Youth Forum International Student Panel:Fill in the application form before June 25, 2010Send your completed application form to People to People International by either: E-mail: [email protected] (scanned applications) Fax: +49 30 88916434 Postal mail: PTPI, Schillerstr. 59, 10627 Berlin, GermanyPlease note: Incomplete applications will not be considered.Based on the strength of your application, you will be contacted by PTPI World Headquarters for a phone interview within two weeks of submission of your application.By July 9, you will be notifiedMore information about the International Student Panel can be found here.More information about the Global Youth Forum 2010 conference can be found here. +1 Reddit Pocket Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Tweet ← Romani Internship Programme, Budapest Share 0 LinkedIn 0 Humanity in Action Fellowship Program June 8, 2010 Published by Site Default Human Rights Advocates Program, USA →
Share 0 Deadline: 27 August, 2012Open to: international artistsPrize: Aarhus Prize of 50,000 DKK (EUR 6,700)DescriptionArtists are invited to submit entries for the 3rd biannual Sculpture by the Sea Aarhus – Denmark exhibition to be staged from 1 – 30 June, 2013.With approximately 600,000 visitors over a period of four weeks, the exhibitions in 2009 and´2011 were fantastic successes.The exhibition is launched under the patronage of The Crown Prince and Crown Princess of Denmark. Sculpture by the Sea Aarhus- Denmark looks forward to exhibiting sculptures from all over the world in June 2013.EligibilityThe call is open to international artists. All types, forms and sizes of sculpture in all materials are eligible for entry to Sculpture by the Sea Aarhus – Denmark (SXS DK). The exhibition site can accommodate the largest to the smallest sculpture, however when submitting works artists are required to consider safety, ease of installation and removal, the environment and the ability of their work to withstand sun, strong wind, rain, salt spray and playful children climbing on the sculpture.The only sculptures that may be ineligible for the exhibition are those using fire or very loud amplified sound.Aarhus Council authorises the SXS DK Foundation to stage the exhibition along the coastal walk from Tangkrogen to Ballehage. Please note that works that are considered by the SXS DK Foundation or Aarhus Council to be unsafe will be ineligible. Aarhus Council is committed to maintaining and supporting events that include participation from the broader community and are not discriminatory or offensive in any way.Artists awards and subsidiesFor each exhibition we seek to generate artist subsidies and awards, many of which are finalized throughout the year.Subsidies and awards confirmed to date for 2013:The Sculpture by the Sea, Aarhus Prize of 50,000 DKK (EUR 6,700).The Public Choice Prize of 25,000 DKK (EUR 3,300). The Children’s Choice Prize of 25,000 DKK (EUR 3,300).Subsidies of 10,000 DKK (EUR 1,300) for all artists.In addition the organizers will provide ALL artists with: 1.Freight for their sculptures to and from Aarhus and a maximum amount of 3,700 DKK (EUR 500) for packaging and 2.Heavy equipment for the installation and de-installation of their sculpture.The freight and installation / de-installation assistance is subject to discussion with the Site Manager by each artist after they have been selected for SXS DK and an agreement reached detailing the level of support approved by the Site Manager.Only costs which have been approved in advance by the Site Manager of SXS DK will be covered.Once selected, artists will be informed when the subsidies will be paid.ApplicationVisit the Aarhus 2013 Application and Entry forms, for more information and application. Questions regarding Open Call please contact Exhibition Coordinator Lisbeth Bruhn Gitz-Johansen: [email protected] CLOSE: 3PM MONDAY- 27 AUGUST, 2012.The Official Website Similar Stories July 13, 2012 Published by ruzica Reddit Alfred Friendly Press Fellowships for Journalists → Macedonian student brings goodwill to world’s happiest nation Pocket LinkedIn 0 +1 Third Biannual Sculpture by the Sea Aarhus Aarhus, Denmark Aarhus University ← Youth Peace Camp, Albania Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Tweet
Tokyo Electric upgrading grid with 100-km-long transmission lineTokyo Electric Power Co. is building a 100-kilometer-long electricity transmission line in central Japan as part of the country’s efforts to upgrade its grid infrastructure in view of surging renewable power. October 7, 2014 Ilias Tsagas Installations Manufacturing Markets Markets & Policy Modules & Upstream Manufacturing Utility Scale PV Asia Japan Japanese flagImage: Flickr/ かがみ～Share pv magazine has learned that Tokyo Electric Power Co., Ltd (Tepco), has begun construction of a new, 100-kilometer-long transmission line connecting the Nagano and Gifu prefectures in central Japan. Tatsuhiro Yamagishi, communications officer at Tepco, confirmed the news, adding that Tepco aims to complete the project by 2020. The new 200 kV electricity line “will be able to transfer from an original 600,000 kW to 1.5 million kW, a 900,000 kW increase,” Yamagishi said. Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) said that prior to construction, the project had won the approval of all government-related institutions, including approvals from Nagano and Gifu prefectures. Meanwhile, METI added that another very shorter electricity line, about 1 kilometer, will also soon be constructed by Chubu Electric Power Co., Inc. This is a 500 kV line, also adding to the existing line infrastructure about 900 MW of extra power transfer. The two projects are in line with a decision by the Japanese cabinet to update the country’s grid infrastructure and add flexibility to the power system. The Tepco and Chubu projects have received priority status. Japan’s PV deployment surge Japan is poised to top 8 GW solar installations this year, adding about 5.1 GW of PV in the second half of the year alone, according to a recent analysis by GlobalData. The country’s PV deployment success stems mostly from residential as well as commercial and institutional projects of up to 1 MW each. However, the number of large-scale solar PV projects are also starting to increase significantly, GlobalData said. A crucial change affecting large-scale PV projects appears to be in sight though. According to Reuters, which cites reports by Japan’s Yomiuri newspaper, METI is planning to change the timing for the calculation of the feed-in tariff (FIT) for PV installations larger than 1 MW. Under the current support scheme, solar PV projects lock in a FIT at the time of approval by the government’s institutions. Under the new system METI is preparing, large-scale projects will only lock in a FIT when connecting to the grid, Reuters said. The reason for this change is the huge delay often taking place between a project’s period of approval and deployment. Japan’s government tends to reduce FITs every business year, leading to many photovoltaic projects receiving a higher FIT at their time of connection than the one available for similar projects applying for approval at this time. By introducing a change in the timing of FIT determination for large-scale projects, METI may limit the amount paid for FITs. Long delays between licensing and construction of PV projects had also pushed METI earlier this year to annul many FIT-granted projects that had previously been found to have purposefully held back development in the hope that component costs would fall, according to GlobalData. 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iStock/Thinkstock(THOUREAU, N.M.) — Five of the eight people killed in a horrific bus crash in New Mexico on Thursday have been identified.Authorities also announced all eight people died as a result of blunt force trauma, according to the medical investigator.The first five victims were identified as Charla Bale, 34, Terry Mason, 45, Veronica Jean Williams, 49, Sadie Thomas, 50, and Luis Alvarez, 50.Authorities believe, based on an interview with the driver, that the tractor trailer blew out a tire and veered across a median before it hit a Greyhound bus head-on, according to New Mexico State Police. The accident happened on I-40 near Thoreau, New Mexico.Alvarez was the driver of the bus. “My heart goes out to the families of these victims. We are always diligent to try and identify decedents quickly so we can release them back to their families,” Dr. Kurt Nolte, chief medical investigator, said in a statement. “We know there are other families who are still waiting for word of their loved ones and we are using several identification methods to make those identifications.”New Mexico State Police and the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) continue to investigate the accident.The NTSB has downloaded and will analyze information from the electronic logging devices (ELD) of both the Greyhound bus and the semi truck. ELDs have been mandated for all commercial vehicles since December 2017, and it synchronizes with a vehicles engine to record driving time. The NTSB said information obtained from both ELDs will be important to their investigation, providing information on the vehicle’s motion. The NTSB has identified Jag Trucking Inc., a new company that began operating in 2014, as the operator of the semi. Jag started the New Entrant Safety Assurance Program in 2014 as required by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration and completed the program with a satisfactory rating.On Monday, NTSB investigators will meet with Jag company representatives and are working to schedule an interview with the driver. They’re currently an unrated carrier.The NTSB has subpoenaed blood tests for both the semi driver and bus driver, and they are interviewing passengers on the bus to figure out how injuries occurred.The agency released photos of investigators inspection of the left tire of the truck, which may have caused the accident. Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
jejim/iStock(BOSTON) — The former Stanford University sailing coach charged in the massive “Varsity Blues” college entrance cheating scam avoided a prison term Wednesday when he became the first defendant in the nationwide scandal to be sentenced.John Vandemore was sentenced in Boston federal court to six months of home detention and two years of supervised release. He was also ordered to pay a $10,000 fine.Vandemore had pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit racketeering.This is a breaking news story. Please check back for updates. Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
S chedule Information : This is a full time,tenure track position that requires a minimum 15 contact hours ofteaching per week in addition to a minimum of 10 office hours perweek for student consultation.Weeks per fiscal year : Faculty are covered under a9-month contract period (August thru May)Benefits : Health, Dental, Life & DisabilityInsurance; Sick and Holiday pay; Personal Business; EducationalAssistance: Tuition Waivers at Harper & ProfessionalExpensePosition Description and Duties : Harper College’sManufacturing program offers students advanced training andcredential opportunities as well as transferable college credits.Our state-of-the-art equipment, labs and classroom facilities allowfaculty to teach students using the latest technology in the field.Program faculty network, develop and maintain close partnershipswith surrounding businesses so that paid internship and employmentopportunities are available for our students. In its third year,the program is growing which means there is a need for anexperienced professional who can share their knowledge andenthusiasm with our students.As a Full-time Tenure Track Manufacturing Technology instructor,the successful candidate will teach courses in Precision Machining.Teaching in both the classroom and laboratory settings, thesuccessful candidate will use a combinationofhands-ondemonstrations along with classroom/onlinelectures to teach students machine tool theory and safety as wellas a variety of technical assignments and laboratory instructionthat will prepare the students to enter today’s manufacturingworkforce.This candidate will be experienced and be comfortable teachingtheory and methods in conventional (manual) machine tool operation,blueprint reading/engineering drawings, precision (andnon-precision) measuring tools, set-up, programming and operationof CNC Lathes and Mills, knowledge of 3D modeling and operation ofCAD/CAM software. Additive manufacturing knowledge andwelding/fabrication knowledge is a plus. The faculty member willdemonstrate procedures and prepare students for possible NIMS andother industry-related certifications.Experience with online/blended teaching and willingness to learn aLearning Management System (LMS) for documentation, tracking,reporting, and delivery of educational/training courses preferred.Experience working with adult learners.The faculty member will maintain the highest possible standards ofclassroom and laboratory instruction; apply innovative teaching andlearning pedagogies and keep abreast of new information anddevelopments in manufacturing. The faculty member is expected toconduct assigned classes/labs, develop lessons and applicableassignments to meet learning objectives of class, provide asyllabus for each class, and use learning assessments to improvestudent learning.This is a full time, tenure track position that requires a minimum15 contact hours of teaching per week in addition to a minimum of10 office hours per week for student consultation. Service oncollege committees and participation in departmental and divisionalinitiatives is required. Faculty are covered under a 9-monthcontract period (August thru May)Educational Requirements : Associate’s degreerequired, Bachelor’s degree preferred.Note: Relevant work-related experience in the field orprofession, certifications and/or licensures may be considered inlieu of the Bachelor Degree educational preference.Experience Requirements : Must have significantdocumented work experience in the field to include competencies,skills, and knowledge in Precision Machining and have the abilityto teach a variety of manufacturing courses.Application Review Date: Applications are accepted until theposition is filled though priority will be given to applicationsreceived on or before: March 2, 2021Special Notes: *You will not be able to completethe application without attaching the following documents: *Official transcripts required upon hire.*Employment is contingent upon a Criminal BackgroundCheck.*Employment Sponsorship is not available.Advertised: February 16, 2021 Central Standard TimeApplications close: Cover letterCV/Resume (Does not substitute for completed application)Copies of undergraduate and graduate transcripts fromRegionally accredited institutionsA one page single-spaced statement of your teaching philosophy.In your teaching philosophy, please include how you approachclassroom management, how you assess students, and how you useinstructional technology.
Turkey will allow German lawmakers to visit the Incirlik Air Base after banning them from entering following a parliament vote on a resolution that describes the killings of Armenians during Ottoman times as genocide.Die Welt reported on Thursday that Turkey most likely had a change of heart following Chancellor Angela Merkel’s statement at the G20 that the resolution, adopted by the Bundestag June 2, was not binding.Turkey’s Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu said German parliamentarians will be allowed to visit their soldiers in the air base after Berlin “fulfilled Turkey’s expectations regarding the so-called Armenian genocide resolution approved recently by its parliament,” according to a report by state-run Anadolu new agency. Speaking at a joint press conference in Ankara on Thursday with his Saudi counterpart, Çavuşoğlu said: “We did not give the needed permission to visit Incirlik. The reason was obvious.” He said Turkish officials were satisfied with Merkel’s assurance that the resolution is not binding and said her statement “could serve as an example and a guide for anyone in the world, especially for parliamentarians,” according to Anadolu.“In other words, it said: genocide is a legal term, it is not a generic and political term,” Çavuşoğlu said.The lawmakers’ visit to Incirlik in southern Turkey was scheduled for early October.German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier welcomed Ankara’s decision. He said it brings the trip to the air base, in which 250 German soldiers are based to participate in the U.S.-led air campaign against ISIL positions in Syria, “a step closer.”On Tuesday, Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen announced that she planned to invest €58 million in Incirlik. Also On POLITICO Germany and Turkey: not friends, but allies By Matthew Karnitschnig Schulz reassures Erdoğan of support for Turkey By Zia Weise
Cette semaine Nicholas Vinocur et Pierre Briançon parlent de Emmanuel Macron et de la réforme du marché du travail.
One of the most anticipated sets at LOCKN’ Festival 2015 was the Mad Dogs & Englishmen tribute to Joe Cocker. Anchored by the Tedeschi Trucks Band, the group hosted an incredible lineup of special guests throughout the night, including Leon Russell, Dave Mason, Rita Coolidge, Chris Robinson, Doyle Bramhall II, John Bell, Alecia Chakour, and Warren Haynes. The set featured some of Cocker’s most cherished hits, producing some of the most memorable moments from the festival.Watch full video from this prized performance below. Check that out, as well as the full setlist, below.[Video: Tran Van]Setlist: Tedeschi Trucks Band & Friends, Tribute To Joe Cocker and Mad Dogs & Englishmen | LOCKN Festival | Arrington, VA | 9/11/15Set: Introduction, The Letter, Darling Be Home Soon, Cry Me A River, Girl From The North Country, Dixie Lullabye, Bird On A Wire*, The Weight, Superstar*, Delta Lady#, Let’s Go Get Stoned @, Something^, Band Intros, She Came In Through The Bathroom Window+, Feelin’ Alright %, Sticks And Stones $, Space Captain $Encore: Ballad Of Mad Dogs And Englishmen (Leon Russell Solo), With A Little Help From My Friends* With Rita Coolidge On Vocals# With John Bell On [email protected] With Alecia Chakour On Vocals^ With Doyle Bramhall On Vocals+ With Warren Haynes On Guitar And Vocals% With Dave Mason On Vocals$ With Chris Robinson On Vocals
Should Central Arkansas and Lamar both win, the teams would tie for the Southland title, but Central Arkansas would hold the tiebreaker advantage for the top seed. All other scenarios would give the Lady Cardinals the No. 2 seed. In any event, Lamar has earned a bye into the tourney semifinals, meaning the Lady Cardinals won’t play until next Saturday in Katy. “Having a bye into the semifinals is nice,” Harmony said. “It means you have to just win twice to win the tourney. That’s a lot better than having to win three or four games in as many days.” Southeastern Louisiana (8-21, 7-10) has already been officially eliminated from tournament consideration, so Saturday’s game will be the last of the season for the Lady Lions. Southeastern Louisiana was a 67-62 winner over Lamar back on Jan. 18 in Hammond, La. Saturday will be Senior Day for Lamar, as the Lady Cardinals honor four players who will be playing their last regular-season game: Gia Ayers, Francesca Bellatin, Chantelle Brockett and Alice Robinson. Ayers, who leads Lamar in scoring (15.3), will be playing her 100th career game. The entire regular season for the Lamar Lady Cardinals boils down to one game: Saturday’s clash with Southeastern Louisiana at the Montagne Center. Tipoff is 4 p.m. A win would give the Lady Cardinals (17-11 overall, 12-5 Southland Conference) a share of the conference crown for the first time since the 2009-10 season. A loss would leave Lamar tied for second. “We have to give it everything we have,” Lamar coach Robin Harmony said. “We’d like to raise a banner next season.” A Lamar win combined with a Stephen F. Austin win over Central Arkansas would give the Lady Cardinals a share of the Southland title with SFA and the top seed in next week’s Southland Conference Tournament. It would also assure a guaranteed berth in a postseason tournament.