Work Type: Contact: Additional Information: Degree and Area of Specialization: Instructions to Applicants: PROFESSOR (CHS)(D01NN) or ASSOC PROFESSOR (CHS)(D02NN) or ASSTPROFESSOR (CHS)(D03NN) Job no: 97584-ASWork type: Faculty Full or Part Time, Faculty-Full Time,Faculty-Part TimeDepartment: SMPH/ANESTHESIOLOGY/ANESTHESIOLocation: MadisonCategories: Health Care, Medical, Social Services Major teaching responsibilities for residents and medical studentsin the operating room, and didactic sessions. Primary emphasis ofteaching will be in general and pediatric anesthesia procedures andtechniques, or in area of subspecialty training. Provision ofclinical anesthetic care to cardiothoracic surgical patients (i.e.working in the operating room, plus evening and weekend call) in ananesthesia team model or personally performed anesthesia.Opportunity for participation in clinical research for interestedcandidates.The successful candiate will also participate in professional,public, and university service. Applications Open: Apr 9 2019 Central Daylight TimeApplications Close: License or Certificate: Ongoing/Renewable MD or DO, Anesthesiology, cardiac anesthesiology Job Number: Diversity is a source of strength, creativity, and innovation forUW-Madison. We value the contributions of each person and respectthe profound ways their identity, culture, background, experience,status, abilities, and opinion enrich the university community. Wecommit ourselves to the pursuit of excellence in teaching,research, outreach, and diversity as inextricably linkedgoals.The University of Wisconsin-Madison fulfills its public mission bycreating a welcoming and inclusive community for people from everybackground – people who as students, faculty, and staff serveWisconsin and the world.For more information on diversity and inclusion on campus, pleasevisit: Diversity andInclusion Fern [email protected] Access (WTRS): 7-1-1 (out-of-state: TTY: 800.947.3529, STS:800.833.7637) and above Phone number (See RELAY_SERVICE for furtherinformation. ) Wisconsin medical license, board certified or board eligible inAnesthesiology The University of Wisconsin is an Equal Opportunity andAffirmative Action Employer. We promote excellence throughdiversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply.If you need to request an accommodation because of a disability,you can find information about how to make a request at thefollowing website: https://oed.wisc.edu/disability-accommodation-information-for-applicants/ MAY 16, 2019 Salary: Appointment Type, Duration: Anticipated Begin Date: Minimum Years and Type of Relevant Work Experience: Department(s): Completion of anesthesiology residency program, and certified oreligible for certification by the American Board of Anesthesiology.Completion of subspecialty fellowship training in cardiacanesthesia. NegotiableANNUAL (12 months) Principal Duties: This position will be a dual appointment with UW Madison and UWMedical Foundation.For appointment at the Associate Professor (CHS), or Professor(CHS), candidate must have sufficient documented academic work tomeet appointment requirements to these title levels withinrequested time period. Refer to for UW School of Medicine andPublic Health Guidelines for Appointment and Promotion of ClinicalHealth Sciences Track Faculty, for Associate Professor (CHS) orProfessor (CHS) levels. Institutional Statement on Diversity: Position Summary: Official Title: Employment Class: 97584-AS Academic Staff-Renewable A530900-MEDICAL SCHOOL/ANESTHESIOLOGY/ANESTHESIO Apply at https://jobs.wisc.edu/. Search for Job ID: 97584-AS.Please apply online by clicking “”. You will be asked to upload aresume and cover letter.Applications must be received by May 11, 2019 to receive fullconsideration. However, positions will remain open and applicationsmay be considered until the positions are filled. This is a position for a cardiac anesthesiologist primarily toprovide clinical anesthesia care with teaching opportunities toresidents and medical students.The School of Medicine and Public Health has a deep and profoundcommitment to diversity both as an end in itself but, also as avaluable means for eliminating health disparities. As such, westrongly encourage applications from candidates who foster andpromote the values of diversity and inclusion. Full or Part Time: 75% – 100% Employment will require a criminal background check. It will alsorequire you and your references to answer questions regardingsexual violence and sexual harassment.The University of Wisconsin System will not reveal the identitiesof applicants who request confidentiality in writing, except thatthe identity of the successful candidate will be released. See Wis.Stat. sec. 19.36(7).The Annual Security and FireSafety Report contains current campus safety and disciplinarypolicies, crime statistics for the previous 3 calendar years, andon-campus student housing fire safety policies and fire statisticsfor the previous 3 calendar years. UW-Madison will provide a papercopy upon request; please contact the University of Wisconsin PoliceDepartment .
BBC2 series Mary Queen of Shops is on the look out for an independent high street bakery to feature in its third series.The popular television series features retail guru Mary Portas helping independent shops to make a success of their business.The third series is to focus on the high street and will feature shops such as grocers, convenience stores and bakeries.The BBC would like to hear from independent bakeries in the UK who believe they would benefit from Portas’ retail and brand knowledge. For example if they are struggling in the recession, feel they have lost touch with current trends, or are unsure about how to increase their takings.All interested bakeries should contact Tom or Nikki on 020 7967 1285 for more information, or email [email protected]
Media enquiries Mr Matthew Field has been appointed Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina in succession to Mr Edward Ferguson. Mr Field will take up his appointment in August 2018.CURRICULUM VITAEFull name: Matthew FieldMarried to: Martina Field-KlisovicChildren: Two sons2016 – present EU Special Representative Office, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Senior Adviser/Head of Political Section2012 – 2016 Brasilia, Political Counsellor2010 – 2012 FCO, Head of Brazil & Southern Cone Team, Americas Directorate2009 – 2010 Skopje, Political Adviser to the EU Special Representative in Macedonia/Head of Delegation2006 – 2009 Zagreb, Head of EU/Political Section2004 – 2005 FCO, Resource Manager, Europe Directorate2003 – 2004 FCO, Desk Officer, Middle East Peace Process2003 Joined FCOFurther information For journalists Email [email protected] Follow the Foreign Office on Twitter @foreignoffice and Facebook Follow the Foreign Office on Instagram, YouTube and LinkedIn
Indiana progressive jam group Earphorik has an exciting new album due out today! Called The Boondock Sessions, the band’s second full length album sees them recording in the Boondock Studios in Niles, MI with Jim Leep and Umphrey’s McGee guitarist Jake Cinninger. The one-take studio session features the band’s original music, as the group dives deeper into their progressive influences.Earphorik continues to blow up in the Midwest jam scene, accompanying bands like TAUK, Aqueous, The Main Squeeze and more on recent performances. Having someone like Cinninger on their album only strengthens their reputation, as the Umphrey’s McGee player not only co-produced the album but also sat in on two tracks. Cinninger plays organ on “Root Too” and guitar on “Over Walls.” Thanks to the band, we can premiere this exciting Earphorik album! Listen to The Boondock Sessions, streaming in full below.Comprised of Chris Treesh (guitar/vocals), Austin Robinson (guitar/vocals), Nolan Opper (bass), and Ryan Moreno (drums), Earphorik is here to funk rock for the foreseeable future! For more information about upcoming shows, the album and more, head to the band’s Facebook page.
Rather than heading out to their usual Friday night festivities, the American Cancer Society (ACS) and Notre Dame’s own ACS club are hoping students will take the opportunity to participate in the Relay for Life, a symbolic overnight fundraiser for ACS, going on inside Gate E at Notre Dame Stadium from Friday night until Saturday morning.“The Relay for Life is an all-night walk to symbolize the 24-hour fight people undergo when battling cancer,” Student Committee chair for the Relay for Life Adam Lamm said. “Notre Dame really is a family, and with our unique community, we wanted our own event.”Participants create teams to walk with and focus their efforts on fundraising money to be donated to the ACS for cancer research. “There is ACS grant money being used here on campus, so it’s a neat way to bring it all full circle,” Assistant Director of University Events and Protocol Jessica Brookshire said.Another incentive for students to raise money is that the best student fundraiser will receive a semester of free books and any team who raises $5,000 or more will get a VIP, all-access tour of the stadium after the event, Brookshire said.Lamm said the Relay’s focus is “to celebrate those who have overcome cancer, to remember those who fought cancer, and to fight back to find a cure.”Friday’s event will be Notre Dame’s sixth Relay for Life and its first at Notre Dame Stadium, Brookshire said. Previous years’ relays have taken place at Stepen and on South Quad, but they moved to the stadium “for bigger, better publicity,” Brookshire said. “The charges behind creating the event were to pull the whole university together and the stadium is a great place for that,” she said.Drew McKenna, Intern with University Events and Protocol, said the open nature of the event makes the Relay of Life a true community event.“It’s rare to have an event that’s open for everybody,” he said. “There are class or department events, but nothing is really open to everyone. This is something all students, staff, and members of the community can participate in.”Students should register in advance at relay.org/ndin, but are allowed to show up at Gate E of the stadium Friday night to register and participate. “We have events planned throughout the night,” Lamm said.There will be an official opening ceremony at 6:30 p.m., and food and games for kids will be available throughout the night. Hacienda will also be hosting a midnight fiesta complete with games and chips and salsa.Special events include football locker room tours available from 7:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. for $5 a person where participants can get a picture with the famous “Play Like a Champion Today” sign and a silent auction from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. with prizes like football tickets, memorabilia, and a Brian Kelley meet-and-greet. “The silent auction should be amazing,” Brookshire said.Aside from hoping for good weather, McKenna hopes people take advantage of events like the locker room tour during the relay.Participants can also make luminaries in honor of people who have fought with cancer that will be lit later in the night. Notre Dame is officially honoring a couple of its own during the event, with Sophomore Kelsey Thrasher, who has been recuperating from chemotherapy at home in Indianapolis, as the relay’s honorary student chair. Rich O’Leary, a former lacrosse coach and the founder of the rugby program, is also being honored for his battle with cancer, which took his life last year, and his work at Notre Dame throughout his life. So far, the event has drawn 62 teams made up of more than 700 participants and expects to break attendance of 900 at the event. Lamm said the Notre Dame community has already exceeded $500,000 in donations.
The Walter Cerf Community Fund, a component fund of the Vermont Community Foundation, announced 2011 grant awards totaling $115,823 to 40 organizations. Since 2001, the fund has made grants to organizations located in AddisonCounty or Brandon, or that have a statewide reach and make a unique contribution to Vermont. Priority interests are the arts, education, historic preservation, and social services, reflecting the pattern of giving established by Walter Cerf during his lifetime. Cerf, a native of Germany who made Leicester, Vermont his home in his later years, gave more than $10 million to organizations and projects in Vermont before passing away in 2001. Cerf focused much of his giving within his community of Addison County and Brandon; grants from the Walter Cerf Community Fund reflect that focus, with two-thirds of the grants reserved for Addison County/Brandon projects and one-third reserved for statewide projects. Each grant awards up to $5,000. Each year, the fund awards one grant up to $25,000. This year, the Preservation Trust of Vermont received $20,000 to help repair and rebuild Vermont’s historic covered bridges and other critically damaged historic buildings throughout the state that sustained damage from Tropical Storm Irene. The grant aligns with Cerf’s love and appreciation of historic buildings in Vermont. Statewide Grants American Civil Liberties Union Foundation of Vermont$1,500 for operating support, including legal and education programs. American Precision Museum$2,500 to support exhibits marking the 150th anniversary of the Civil War. Central Vermont Community Action Council $2,000 to support the Vermont Women’s Business Center and their “Painting with Numbers” classes to provide hands-on learning to help artists build their business through strong financial management. Chandler Center for the Arts $2,500 to support a statewide contest to encourage Vermonters’ writing plays on current social issues and promote public dialogue. Curtains Without Borders$1,000 to support preservation of historic theater curtains in Vermont. Vermont Historical Society $1,500 to support Vermont History Day. Vermont Humanities Council $2,500 to support the Never Too Early program, which provides early literacy training for needy childcare providers and parents. Vermont Land Trust$2,000 to support historic preservation of the George Washington Reed House. Vermont Public Television$2,000 to support a documentary and associated programs about Burlington’s ultra-traditional Jewish community in the late 1800s. Addison County and the Town of Brandon Grants Addison Central Teens & Friends$3,000 to develop and implement an ongoing and sustainable leadership training program for teens. Addison County Readers$2,000 to expand Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library to more infants across Addison County through collaboration with Porter Birthing Center. Community Health Services of Addison County (d.b.a. Open Door Clinic)$4,000 to support diabetes clinics for uninsured Addison County adults. Everybody Wins! Vermont$3,000 to support the Everybody Wins! Vermont Power Lunch children’s literacy and mentoring program at Neshobe Elementary School in Brandon. Flynn Center for the Performing Arts$3,000 to subsidize tickets for low-income students from Addison County to attend the 2011-12 Flynn Student Matinee Series. Foxcroft Farm Harvest Program$3,000 to support the expansion of the Growing To Know Project to provide after-school educational enrichment and service-learning opportunities for Leicester School students. Leicester Central School$5,000 to support a school improvement project to continue student arts experiences, upgrade Guided Reading leveled readers, and upgrade and improve the safety of the school and community playground. Living Well Community Care Home$2,000 to create outreach materials documenting a pilot project other care homes can replicate to improve nutrition and their local farm economies. Mary Johnson Children’s Center$5,000 to support the installation of an AllSun Solar Tracker. Middlebury Area Summer Lunch & Recreation Support Group$1,000 for general support. Middlebury Cooperative Nursery School$1,000 to support energy efficiency at the Middlebury Cooperative Nursery School. Middlebury Transitional Care Coalition$3,000 to support facilities improvement for emergency and transitional housing. Otter Creek Child Center$2,000 to support the purchase of new cribs. Planned Parenthood of Northern New England$3,000 to support the Middlebury health center. Porter Medical Center$2,000 to support the establishment of an “End of Life Room” in Middlebury. Robinson Elementary School$2,000 to support second year of implementation for the Words Come Alive Program. RSVP & The Volunteer Center$2,000 to support and expand the RSVP Bone Builders exercise program. The Hub Teen Center & Skatepark$2,000 to support teen center programming with staff, materials, transportation, workshops and presentations, music, and food.Town of Middlebury$5,000 to support the roundabout centerpiece public art/monument design process. Vermont Adult Learning$2,323 to establish a music program at Vermont Adult Learning Childcare. Vermont Folklife Center$2,000 to support Invisible Odysseys, autobiographical dioramas by Mexican migrant workers in Vermont. Vermont Symphony Orchestra$1,000 to support the Vergennes concert of the 2011 Made in Vermont Music Festival statewide tour. Vermont Youth Conservation Corps$2,000 to support trail restoration work in the Moosalamoo National Recreation Area. Vermont Youth Orchestra Association$2,000 to support the Middlebury concert of the VYO Chorus and Concert Chorale. WomenSafe$2,000 to support volunteer training. The Vermont Community Foundation has been helping donors give to the causes and organizations they care about since 1986. We are Vermont’s largest and leading homegrown grantmaker. Together, our family of over 600 funds provides more than $18 million annually in Vermont through grants, loans, and other investments. In addition, we help keep Vermont’s nonprofit community vital by offering endowment management and planned giving services, and providing leadership in charitable giving of all kinds. For more information about the Foundation, visit www.vermontcf.org(link is external) or call 802-388-3355. 11.4.2011 Goddard College $2,000 to support planning for preservation and renovation of three early examples of Vermont’s design-build movement into a multi-use arts center. Preservation Trust of Vermont$20,000 to help repair and rebuild Vermont’s historic covered bridges and other critically damaged historic buildings throughout the state that have sustained damage from Tropical Storm Irene. St. Albans Historical Museum $2,500 to help the Board and community develop resources to sustain, improve, and grow the services provided by the museum. Upright Steeple Society$2,500 to replace the roof as part of a structural restoration project on an 1829 Greek Revival building in Lyndon, Vermont. Vermont Arts Council $2,000 to support “Breaking into Business”, a business training and support program for Vermont artists. Vermont Community Loan Fund$5,000 to support Project SUCCESS, providing technical assistance to home and center-based child care providers who want to start, grow, or improve their business.
Judges needed for FAMU mock trial event January 1, 2006 Regular News Florida A&M University will host the American Mock Trial Association’s southern regional tournament February 24–26 in Tallahassee and needs approximately 160 volunteer judges to preside over and score the tournament.“Recruiting a sufficient number of attorneys and judges is vital to the tournament’s success,” said Tyra R. Mason, assistant director of FAMU’s Pathway to Law Program.This year will mark the 22nd year the American Mock Trial Association has sponsored the tournament that features 20 regionals across the country. The winners qualify for the national tournament, held every year in Des Moines, Iowa.Since 1992, Florida A&M University has participated in competitions and has qualified for the national tournament 12 straight years. Last year’s FAMU team placed fifth in the nation.The tournament’s four rounds are scheduled to begin at 7 p.m., February 24; 9 a.m. and 2 p.m., February 25; and 9 a.m., February 26.Volunteer judges will be given a brief orientation to the case and the rules of competition before each trial. The judges’ meeting takes place 30 minutes before the beginning of each round. The trials last about three hours, and after each round the judges have an opportunity to provide students with brief critiques of their performance and offer suggestions for improvement. The total time commitment for each round is approximately four hours.For more information contact Mason at (850) 599-3664. Judges needed for FAMU mock trial event
In Oakland, Calif., the birthplace of Vice President-elect Kamala Harris, Mayor Libby Schaaf was in tears on Saturday as she spoke about the victory.“I’m proud, I’m relieved. I’m joyful,” Ms. Schaaf said in an interview, her voice cracking with emotion with nearly every word. “We will finally have decency and compassion in our nation’s highest office.”- Advertisement – Outside her home in the Oakland hills residents rang cowbells and whooped and cheered. Her husband dashed out of the house to share champagne with a neighbor.Ms. Schaaf has sparred with President Trump repeatedly over immigration and Mr. Trump’s characterization of Oakland as wracked with violence. – Advertisement – “To have a White House that was a constant source of battle was exhausting. And to have to battle your own federal government during one of the worst crises this world has ever seen was untenable,” Ms. Schaaf said. “Now we will have allies in the White House — and particularly will have a vice President who grew up on our soil, who grew up with our values, who grew up fighting for the same vision of a just and equitable world.”“It is like a whole new world,” Ms. Schaaf said. “These cities, it’s like living in hell,” Mr. Trump said in June, singling out Oakland and Detroit, among other cities. Ms. Schaaf on Saturday said she was elated to put that behind her.- Advertisement –
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