TryTank Experimental Lab and York St. John University of England Launch Survey to Study the Impact of Covid-19 on the Episcopal Church TryTank Experimental Lab Featured Jobs & Calls Missioner for Disaster Resilience Sacramento, CA Rector Tampa, FL Tags Posted Jun 1, 2020 In-person Retreat: Thanksgiving Trinity Retreat Center (West Cornwall, CT) Nov. 24-28 Rector Bath, NC Submit a Press Release AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to PrintFriendlyPrintFriendlyShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis Seminary of the Southwest announces appointment of two new full time faculty members Seminary of the Southwest Virtual Celebration of the Jerusalem Princess Basma Center Zoom Conversation June 19 @ 12 p.m. ET Inaugural Diocesan Feast Day Celebrating Juneteenth San Francisco, CA (and livestream) June 19 @ 2 p.m. PT This Summer’s Anti-Racism Training Online Course (Diocese of New Jersey) June 18-July 16 Rector Hopkinsville, KY Rector Belleville, IL Press Release Service The Church Investment Group Commends the Taskforce on the Theology of Money on its report, The Theology of Money and Investing as Doing Theology Church Investment Group Rector Albany, NY Ya no son extranjeros: Un diálogo acerca de inmigración Una conversación de Zoom June 22 @ 7 p.m. ET New Berrigan Book With Episcopal Roots Cascade Books Remember Holy Land Christians on Jerusalem Sunday, June 20 American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem Bishop Diocesan Springfield, IL An Evening with Presiding Bishop Curry and Iconographer Kelly Latimore Episcopal Migration Ministries via Zoom June 23 @ 6 p.m. ET Featured Events Diocese of Maryland Truth and Reconciliation Commission statement Submit a Job Listing Rector Smithfield, NC Course Director Jerusalem, Israel Rector Pittsburgh, PA Associate Priest for Pastoral Care New York, NY Rector Knoxville, TN Associate Rector Columbus, GA Associate Rector for Family Ministries Anchorage, AK Family Ministry Coordinator Baton Rouge, LA Cathedral Dean Boise, ID Curate (Associate & Priest-in-Charge) Traverse City, MI Assistant/Associate Rector Morristown, NJ Rector and Chaplain Eugene, OR George Floyd Statements Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Hires Reverend Kevin W. VanHook, II as Executive Director Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Director of Music Morristown, NJ Rector (FT or PT) Indian River, MI Episcopal Migration Ministries’ Virtual Prayer Vigil for World Refugee Day Facebook Live Prayer Vigil June 20 @ 7 p.m. ET We, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland, are charged to identify, detail, and eradicate the legacy of chattel slavery here in Maryland. One of the most obvious and pernicious examples of the continued legacy of slavery in America is the use of state violence against black men and women. We condemn the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis Police Officers. And more than that, we condemn the entire system that continues to condone the use of excessive force to police black men and women across the U.S. Continued tolerance, even encouragement, of state-sanctioned violence causes senseless deaths like that suffered by George Floyd not only possible, but inevitable, given the state of our justice system.To “Strive for Justice and Peace among all people, and respect the dignity of every human being” is a covenantal obligation of the baptized within our Episcopal tradition. George Floyd was afforded neither justice nor peace. Not by the officer who killed him and not by the officers who stood silently by, complicit, while it happened. We call upon the City Attorney of Minneapolis to indict and arrest not just one but all the officers involved so that we can acknowledge the worth and dignity of George Floyd. And further, we affirm the worth and dignity of all people who continue to be targeted by state sponsored violence. Black lives matter, and we affirm this categorically because black lives are too casually devalued in the administration of justice.It is part of our common Christian faith to proclaim and celebrate our unity in Christ: “There is neither Jew nor Greek, slave nor free, male nor female, you are all one in Christ Jesus” (Galatians 3:28). If all are beloved in the Body of Christ, then we cannot allow the color of one’s skin to determine whether a child made in God’s own image ends up rich or poor, incarcerated or free, sick or healthy, alive or dead. We therefore call upon all Christians to dismantle the system of racism that defines American life, to eradicate white supremacy in all its forms, and to speak boldly and loudly to confront it, in honor of George Floyd, Auhmad Aubrey, Breonna Taylor, Freddie Gray, Tamar Rice and so many more.We encourage every church in the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland to speak publicly about the killings of George Floyd, Auhmad Aubrey and others. And we also encourage you to ask why black and Hispanic Marylanders make up more than half of all COVID-19 related deaths in the state and 3/4 of the diagnosed cases. Ask why unequal access to basic healthcare, and fresh produce and other nutritious food, ensures that black and brown Marylanders are likely to live shorter, less healthy lives, even before and after the seasons of COVID-19. Then act to change those differences. Each congregation and each Christian must find a way to tip the scales in the other direction; to make Paul’s promise in Galatians and Jesus’ promise in the Gospels more manifest on earth tomorrow than they are today. Tomorrow is too late.In Christ,The Truth and Reconciliation of the Episcopal Diocese of MarylandMs. Heather Neil and the Rev. Grey Maggiano, Co-ChairsThe Rev. Canon Christine McCloudThe Rev. Pamela ConradThe Rev. Nancy HennesseyMr. Scott KingMr. Michael CobbMs. Carrie BrownMs. Rebecca HackettThe Rev. Lauren WelchThe Ven. Ruth Elder, Archdeacon Youth Minister Lorton, VA Priest-in-Charge Lebanon, OH Rector Washington, DC Assistant/Associate Rector Washington, DC Submit an Event Listing Assistant/Associate Priest Scottsdale, AZ Curate Diocese of Nebraska The Church Pension Fund Invests $20 Million in Impact Investment Fund Designed to Preserve Workforce Housing Communities Nationwide Church Pension Group Rector Collierville, TN Priest Associate or Director of Adult Ministries Greenville, SC Rector/Priest in Charge (PT) Lisbon, ME Rector Martinsville, VA Director of Administration & Finance Atlanta, GA Canon for Family Ministry Jackson, MS Join the Episcopal Diocese of Texas in Celebrating the Pauli Murray Feast Online Worship Service June 27 Rector Shreveport, LA
In June 2013 The Telegraph reported that Patel, then a Conservative backbencher, “said reforms could include scrapping DfID and replacing it with a trade-focused body to help businesses invest in the developing world.”Now it seems that her views have ameliorated since she started working within DfID. Just two days ago DfID announced that it was doubling its matched giving fund for the DEC East Africa Appeal from £5m to £10m.Partnership with the Charity CommissionThe Secretary of State also announced a new partnership between the DfID, the Charity Commission and the wider sector.This new partnership will provide training to small and medium sized organisations working overseas on development to build their skills and capabilities and increase their effectiveness. It is also designed to increase public trust and support for development work.Chairman of the Charity Commission William Shawcross said:“Helping small and medium sized charities deal with today’s huge risks is crucial. This work will be key in building capacity to ensure these charities can operate to the highest standards. We hope this new project with DFID will lead to even deeper co-operation between us.” AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis56 DfID offers new funding for small UK charities working internationally The UK government’s Department for International Development (DfID) has created its first fund for very small, grassroots British charities working internationally helping the world’s poorest people.The new fund was announced today by International Development Secretary Priti Patel at the Bond annual conference of NGOs working overseas. It will help eligible organisations to expand the work they do to have a greater impact.DFID’s new Small Charities Challenge Fund will open for applications this Summer. The Fund will be targeted at small UK-registered civil society organisations, so not just registered charities, with an annual income of less than £250,000.DfID has never before established a fund for charities of this size. Tagged with: Funding small charities statutory funding Rt Hon Priti Patel MP, Secretary of State for International Development. Picture: Russell Watkins/Department for International Development on Flickr.com 184 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis56 183 total views, 1 views today Ms Patel told conference delegates:“Britain’s small charities do amazing, often highly innovative work in some of the world’s poorest places. Often staffed by volunteers, their dedication to the most disadvantaged in the world is remarkable.“Giving Britain’s small charities financial support will give a real boost to the excellent work they do. I will increase DFID’s support for these grassroots charities as I believe that smaller charities are a crucial part of the Great British offer on international development.” About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. The Small Charities Challenge Fund has been created in response to the consultation with smaller charities during DFID’s Civil Society Partnership Review. Main photo: Priti Patel speaking at Bond Conference. Photo: Bond UK Howard Lake | 20 March 2017 | News DfID’s main funding for civil society organisationsDFID’s main funding for charities and civil society organisations are:UK Aid Match – a scheme that match-funds public donations to charity appeals for projects to reduce poverty in developing countries, giving the British public a say in what international development issues are important to them. Doubling UK Aid Match is a manifesto commitment.UK Aid Direct – providing grants to small and medium-sized civil society organisations, primarily for work to directly tackle poverty in poor communities around the world.UK Aid Connect – a new partnership approach that will allow civil society organisations to work collaboratively, bringing together knowledge, practice and expertise for solutions to some of the most difficult development problems.UK Aid Volunteers – which will include the manifesto commitment to triple in size the International Citizen Service (ICS) youth volunteering scheme and provide opportunities for new partnerships with volunteering agencies.
The Pentagon deployed six F-22 fighter jets to Korea.Where does the danger of yet another war come from?Does it come from the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, which has no military bases or soldiers or nuclear weapons anywhere in the world but on its own soil? Or does it come from the U.S. billionaire ruling class, which dictates U.S. military and foreign policy? The U.S. has been militarily occupying the southern half of Korea since 1945. U.S. warplanes, warships, submarines, troops and military “advisers,” armed with everything from assault rifles to nuclear weapons, are spread all over the world.This is the question that should have been on the agenda of the United Nations Security Council on Dec. 22, when its 15 members voted for an even stiffer round of sanctions against the DPRK. These sanctions reduce the country’s ability to import refined petroleum products by 90 percent and set a cap on crude oil imports. They also mandate the return within 24 months of the estimated 100,000 DPRK citizens working abroad, whose remittances to home contribute to the national economy.The DPRK foreign ministry responded to these sanctions, declaring them “an act of war.” And rightly so. Because attempts to starve and freeze an entire country can be as deadly as shooting.The sanctions are timed to hurt the DPRK at the cruelest time of year in this far-northern country. As we write this, Korean people must be tightening their belts and figuring out how to stave off hunger and frost during the coldest winter months. How will the sanctions affect the schools in this socialist country, which wiped out illiteracy decades ago and provide every person with a free education? How will they affect the hospitals and clinics — where 70 percent of the doctors are women — that give total medical care and regular checkups free to the entire population?People living in the United States never hear about the DPRK’s great social achievements. They are made all the more spectacular by the fact that the U.S. military, from 1950 to 1953, dropped more bombs on north Korea than in the entire Pacific theater during World War II. People here cannot imagine what it must have been like to build up an economy focused on meeting people’s needs when every single building higher than one story had been blasted to bits by U.S. planes during the Korean War.But the Koreans know the horrors of war. That is why they have focused on the need for self-defense ever since — to defend what they have built up literally from the ashes.U.S. a warfare stateThe total U.S. military budget for fiscal year 2018 is $824.6 billion, making it larger than the next nine countries combined. (thebalance.com) This huge budget feeds the military-industrial-banking complex and the tremendous gap in incomes in this country.In late October, right before Trump’s trip to China, the U.S. sent two more U.S. Navy carrier strike groups to the Pacific, making a total of three aircraft carriers and their accompanying fleets of cruisers, destroyers and submarines. There have been so many U.S. warships in the Pacific this year that a number of serious naval accidents have occurred there.Every summer, fall, winter and spring, the U.S. holds war “games” in south Korea, practicing for the invasion of the north and the “decapitation” — the Pentagon’s own word — of its leadership. Recently, these U.S. military exercises have included thousands of soldiers from Japan, the hated colonial power that ruled all Korea from 1910 to 1945.In early December, the U.S. launched another set of these war “games” in which six F-22 fighter jets, as well as six F-35As and 12 F-35Bs, were involved for the first time. These supersonic aircraft zooming towards the DPRK’s border ramped up the possibility that the Koreans might think an attack had begun. Faced with this relentless aggression, Korean scientists have been able to construct nuclear weapons and a missile system capable of delivering them to U.S. targets if they are attacked. Given what the DPRK is up against, what country in the world could be more justified in claiming the need for this type of defense?The UN voteChina and Russia, world powers that are the DPRK’s two northern neighbors, are the ones tasked by this new sanctions resolution with cutting down most of its oil shipments and sending home its nationals working in their countries. Back on Sept. 6, the New York Times reported that the Trump administration had “circulated a draft resolution at the United Nations Security Council that would effectively empower the United States Navy and Air Force to interdict North Korean ships at sea, inspect them to determine whether they are carrying weapons material or fuel into the country, and use ‘all necessary measures’ to enforce compliance.”People’s China and capitalist Russia are said to have agreed to the Dec. 22 U.N. vote increasing sanctions on the DPRK partly because of this U.S. threat to start boarding Korean ships on the high seas. They are justifying their vote as meant to avert an incident that could lead to war.However, they voted for previous sanctions resolutions, and that did nothing to stop the U.S. from intensifying its war threats against the DPRK or keep it from moving even more military personnel and equipment into the area. Will this latest resolution, instead of appeasing the imperialists, merely whet their appetite for more and more concessions at the expense of the Korean people? When will the governments of China and Russia draw the line and say, “No pasarán” [“They shall not pass”]?The problem is not just that an unfortunate incident could lead to war. The problem is that U.S. policy, as expressed in its pronouncements and its military exercises, is to destroy the socialist government of the DPRK and turn the northern half of Korea into a U.S. neocolony.It should be remembered that no U.S. administration has been willing to sit down with representatives of the DPRK and negotiate an end to the state of war that has existed since 1950, despite many, many requests from the Koreans for such discussions and a peace treaty. What this means is that the Pentagon can launch an attack at any time without even the figleaf of consulting Congress — because an official state of war already exists.Were China and Russia to have vetoed the sanctions resolution, they would certainly have risked incurring the wrath of the imperialists. But doesn’t going along with such a resolution incur the even greater risk of emboldening the most aggressive forces within the imperialist policy makers, who want unchallenged domination over the world and see both China and to a lesser degree Russia as rivals?The actions of the DPRK’s neighbors so far must have confirmed to the Koreans that to prevent the U.S. from starting another war, they must have a very powerful deterrent of their own. And isn’t that why both the USSR, when it existed, and People’s China developed their own nuclear weapons?FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
Audio Playerhttps://dts.podtrac.com/redirect.mp3/hoosieragtoday.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/Purdue-Crop-Chat-Episode-14.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Podcast (wirepodcastshat-rss): Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: RSS Purdue Crop Chat Episode 14- A Harvest Recap Facebook Twitter Home Indiana Agriculture News Purdue Crop Chat Episode 14- A Harvest Recap Previous articleKeys to Choosing the Right HybridsNext articleKeys to Choosing the Right Hybrids and Moderating Temperatures on the HAT Wednesday Podcast Eric Pfeiffer Purdue Extension Corn Specialist Bob Nielsen and Soybean Specialist Shaun Casteel give a rundown of what happened during #Harvest20 in the latest Purdue Crop Chat Podcast.They also discuss the keys to choosing the right hybrids for 2021 and what the 2020 crop could have been if not for drought conditions across much of the state. SHARE SHARE By Eric Pfeiffer – Dec 8, 2020 Facebook Twitter
Facebook Google+ There are calls for Labour Donegal Senator Jimmy Harte to apologise for comments he made yesterday regarding an article which appeared in the Irish Independent.They reported yesterday that a Polish woman claimed she was living the good life in Donegal on social welfare payments.Senator Harte responded to the story by saying that he himself would pay for the woman’s flight home.The Polish Ambassador to Ireland has since written to the Irish Independent, concerning an article it published yesterday, and he says article had been translated incorrectly and is totally inaccurate.And Sinn Fein Cllr Jack Murray is now calling on Senator Jimmy Harte to apologise for the comments he made yesterday……[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/murr1pm.mp3[/podcast] WhatsApp Google+ By News Highland – February 2, 2012 Almost 10,000 appointments cancelled in Saolta Hospital Group this week Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector published SF Cllr calls on Senator Jimmy Harte to apologise over Polish comments Twitter Twitter Previous articlePolish Ambassador says Polish Community more optimistic about country’s prospectsNext article‘Magda’ says she loves Donegal and wants to open her own business here News Highland News Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Business Matters Ep 45 – Boyd Robinson, Annette Houston & Michael Margey Need for issues with Mica redress scheme to be addressed raised in Seanad also LUH system challenged by however, work to reduce risk to patients ongoing – Dr Hamilton Facebook WhatsApp Pinterest
News UpdatesPolice Order Prohibiting Dissemination Of Information Via Social Media To Protect People From Fake News On Covid-19: Bombay HC [Read Order] Nitish Kashyap15 April 2020 8:45 AMShare This – xThe Bombay High Court on Wednesday observed that the order passed by Mumbai Police dated April 10 prohibiting people from disseminating information through social media platforms like Whatsapp, Twitter, Facebook, Tik Tok, Instagram etc was prima facie done with the objective of protecting people from false or incorrect information about Covid-19. Justice RK Deshpande via video…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Bombay High Court on Wednesday observed that the order passed by Mumbai Police dated April 10 prohibiting people from disseminating information through social media platforms like Whatsapp, Twitter, Facebook, Tik Tok, Instagram etc was prima facie done with the objective of protecting people from false or incorrect information about Covid-19. Justice RK Deshpande via video conferencing facility set up in courtroom number at the High Court, heard the writ petition filed by one Pankaj Rajmachikar and noted that there was no urgency in the matter directed the registry to list the matter in regular course. While Advocate Sandeep Parikh appeared on behalf of the petitioner, Government Pleader Poornima Kantharia along with AGP Kedar Dighe appeared on behalf of the State. The Deputy Commissioner of Police (Operations) Pranaya Ashok issued the order dated April 10, 2020 under Section 144 of CrPC stating that there has been widespread dissemination of fake or false news through social media platforms like Whatsapp, Twitter etc. Moreover, the order states that any content which is derogatory or discriminatory towards a particular community or religion, causing panic and confusion among the general public; or spreads any misinformation against government functionaries and steps taken by them in order to prevent the spread of Covid-19 virus, the concerned individual posting such content would be liable for prosecution. Court observed- “The complaint is in respect of the directions issued in terms of paragraph 4 therein, prohibiting the persons from disseminating the information through Messages, Social media platforms like Whatsapp, Twitter, Facebook, Tik Tok, Instagram, etc. Prima facie, the object of issuing the order seems to genuinely protect the persons from false and incorrect information being provided in respect of COVID-19 disease, which is spread all over.”Click Here Download Order[Read Order] Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Story
NewsOn 1 Feb 2001 in Personnel Today This month’s newsSwiss life buys MTL Occupational healthcare specialist MTL Medical Services has been bought bythe UK arm of Swiss life assurance firm Swiss Life. MTL would fit well with itscurrent disability insurance operations, said Swiss Life (UK). MTL had beenowned by bus and train company Arriva, which bought the business in Februarylast year for its public transport operations. NHS to go on-line The Government has outlined its future plans for telemedicine in the NHS,saying it is to invest £700m in the new technology. Key elements will include aweb site, www.tis.bl.uk, e-mail chat room,telephone inquiry and current awareness services. All local health services willhave telemedicine facilities by 2005 allowing patients to consulttheir GPs andget backtest results without leaving their home, it added. Arthritis advice The Arthritis Research Campaign has produced a guide encouraging people withthe condition to keep active to reduce pain and improve self-confidence. KeepMoving includes an exercise wall chart. Free copies are available from thecampaign, at St Marys Gate, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S41 7TD. Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos.
Previous Article Next Article Pregnancy offers no bar to fixed term contractsOn 27 Nov 2001 in Personnel Today A known state of pregnancy does not protect employers from discriminationliability – even if witheld at interviewA person dismissed or refused employment on pregnancy grounds will have aclaim for sex discrimination based on the principle established in the case ofWebb v EMO Air Cargo (UK) Ltd in 1994, ICR 770. This case established that an employee did not need to show that she hadbeen less favourably treated than a man would have been in similarcircumstances due to the fact her dismissal was related to pregnancy. It washeld that reference to a male comparator was inappropriate as pregnancy was acondition unique to women. As such, the dismissal could not be justified evenby the employee’s inability to fulfil her initial obligations under thecontract. However, the facts of the case were that Mrs Webb had been recruited to apermanent role, albeit initially to cover another employee’s maternity leave.The judgement emphasised that just because it was discriminatory for anemployee on an open-ended contract to be dismissed on account of her intendedabsence, it would not necessarily be so in the case of an employee on a fixedterm contract where the maternity leave might blot out all, or a substantialpart of, the intended period of employment. This month the ECJ considered that question in Tele Danmark A/S v Handels ogKontorfunktionaerernes Forbund I Danmark (HK) 2001, IDS 696. The employers haddismissed the employee when they found out that she was pregnant, but statedthat the reason for the dismissal was not the pregnancy as such, but thatbecause of it she would be unable to perform a substantial part of the fixedterm contract she had agreed. In addition she had known at the recruitment stage that she was pregnant andhad hidden this from them even though she must have been aware of its impact onthe contract period. The ECJ rejected the employer’s arguments. It said that the protectionafforded to an employee during maternity leave could not be dependent uponwhether her absence on that leave would cause financial loss to the employer,or even if her presence over the contract period was necessary to the properfunctioning of the business. Where does this leave employers? It will mean that even if an applicantconceals the fact that she is pregnant, and is hence unable to attend theworkplace during all or part of a fixed term contract, she will still be protectedand able to claim discrimination if dismissed, or if the offer of employment iswithdrawn. Could employers ask candidates if they are aware of any reason why theycannot work the full contract period during the recruitment process? If so, itwould make not mentioning a pregnancy an outright lie rather than passivenon-volunteering, and thus allow employers to dismiss on the basis of thedeceit involved rather than the pregnancy. While this might attract the sympathy of the tribunal, it is far from aguaranteed defence in law since it is, in effect, an admission that had theemployer known she was pregnant, it would not have employed her. This itselfwould be a discriminatory stance. There will often be financial consequences from wasted recruitment costs andunless there is capacity in the workforce, the whole process may have to berepeated again. The employee will not generally be entitled to statutorymaternity pay in these circumstances as she will not meet the qualifyingservice provisions. However if there is a contractual maternity pay scheme thatis not dependent on a minimum length of service, the employee may have a rightto be paid under it without ever setting foot in the workplace. This is a heavy burden for any employer which may tempt some to favour maleapplicants for such temporary posts. However, it should be remembered thatdiscriminating in the recruitment process still creates potential liability forclaims. By Sue Nickson, a partner and national head of employment law at HammondSuddards Edge Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos.
Tectonic landforms reveal that the West Antarctic Ice Sheet (WAIS) lies atop a major volcanic rift system. However, identifying subglacial volcanism is challenging. Here we show geochemical evidence of a volcanic heat source upstream of the fast-melting Pine Island Ice Shelf, documented by seawater helium isotope ratios at the front of the Ice Shelf cavity. The localization of mantle helium to glacial meltwater reveals that volcanic heat induces melt beneath the grounded glacier and feeds the subglacial hydrological network crossing the grounding line. The observed transport of mantle helium out of the Ice Shelf cavity indicates that volcanic heat is supplied to the grounded glacier at a rate of ~ 2500 ± 1700 MW, which is ca. half as large as the active Grimsvötn volcano on Iceland. Our finding of a substantial volcanic heat source beneath a major WAIS glacier highlights the need to understand subglacial volcanism, its hydrologic interaction with the marine margins, and its potential role in the future stability of the WAIS.
Syracuse University has a long history of engaging veterans and themilitary-connected community through its educational programs,community outreach, and employment programs. After World War II,Syracuse University welcomed more than 10,000 returning veterans toour campus, and those veterans literally transformed SyracuseUniversity into the national research institution it is today. TheUniversity’s contemporary commitment to veterans builds on thishistorical legacy, and extends to both class-leading initiativesfocused on making an SU degree accessible and affordable to thepost-9/11 generation of veterans, and also programs designed toposition Syracuse University as the employer of choice for militaryveterans, members of the Guard and Reserve, and military familymembers. Hours Job TitleAssistant/Associate Professor Public Organizations &Democratic Institutions (Tenure-Track/Tenured) To support their work, the successful candidate will have theopportunity to affiliate with one or more of Maxwell’s elevenCenters, Institutes, and Multidisciplinary Research Initiatives,which help concentrate Maxwell’s distinctive interdisciplinary andmultidisciplinary approach to the study of contemporary public andpolicy issues. In addition to maintaining an active researchagenda, the successful candidate is expected to have the knowledgeand skills to teach core public management / administration coursesin our professional Master of Public Administration program. Thesuccessful candidate’s teaching may also support our Master of Artsin International Relations program, Executive Education programs,doctoral program in Public Administration, and/or undergraduatecourses across the Maxwell School. Finally, the successfulcandidate will be prepared to help advance Syracuse University andthe Maxwell School’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusionin our work with students, colleagues, and wider communities. Pay RangeCommensurate w/ Experience Quick Linkhttps://www.sujobopps.com/postings/85506 CampusSyracuse, NY determined by department/chair Physical Requirements LocationSyracuse, New York Syracuse is a medium-sized city situated in the geographic centerof New York State approximately 250 miles northwest of New YorkCity. The metro-area population totals approximately 500,000. Thearea offers a low cost of living and provides many social,cultural, and recreational options, including parks, museums,festivals, professional regional theater, and premier shoppingvenues. Syracuse and Central New York present a wide range ofseasonal recreation and attractions ranging from water skiing andsnow skiing, hiking in the Adirondacks, touring the historic sites,visiting wineries along the Finger Lakes, and biking on trailsalong the Erie Canal. Unionized Position CodeNot Applicable Priority Consideration01/31/2021 Posting Details Open Until FilledYes In addition to completing an online application, please attach acurriculum vitae and cover letter.Applications will be reviewed as they arrive with fullconsideration given to those received by January 31, 2021. However,the department will continue to consider applications until thisposition is filled. Tools/Equipment Job Description We seek an engaging and entrepreneurial scholar who asks importantquestions and thinks creatively about the challenges andopportunities for public organizations and democratic institutionsin the 21st century. We welcome applicants from publicadministration, sociology, political science, internationalrelations, and related disciplines. We also are open to myriadfoci, methods, and issues in domestic, international, andcomparative contexts. As examples, applicants might study issuessuch as: social equity and social justice; building, managing, andleading diverse public organizations; public values, policyconflicts, and ethics; network, collaborative, or participatorygovernance; organizational behavior, service delivery, and publicgovernance / public management; citizen-state interactions andadministrative burden; accountability, responsiveness, andperformance; transparency and open government; democraticconsolidation and institutional resilience; threats to democraticinstitutions; or public administration in autocratic versusdemocratic settings. Job #075489 Job Specific Qualifications About Syracuse University The Department of Public Administration and International Affairs (PAIA ) at Syracuse University’s Maxwell School of Citizenship andPublic Affairs seeks to hire a TENURE TRACK Assistant or TENUREDAssociate Professor whose scholarship focuses on the intersectionof public organizations and democratic institutions. This positionstarts in fall 2021 and is part of a broader Syracuse UniversityCluster Hires Initiative. The Citizenship and DemocraticInstitutions ( CDI ) Cluster draws together a diverse group ofscholars who address critical issues related to the contestedmeanings of citizenship, civic engagement, public management, andthe impacts of democratic institutions on social and economicwell-being. The successful candidate will help shape future,multi-disciplinary hiring in the CDI Cluster, and lead andcontribute to externally funded projects and interdisciplinaryresearch initiatives within the Maxwell School and across theUniversity. Application Instructions Qualifications Syracuse University is a private, international research universitywith distinctive academics, diversely unique offerings and anundeniable spirit. Located in the geographic heart of New YorkState, with a global footprint, and nearly 150 years of history,Syracuse University offers a quintessential collegeexperience.The scope of Syracuse University is a testament to its strengths: apioneering history dating back to 1870; a choice of more than 200majors and 100 minors offered through 13 schools and colleges;nearly 15,000 undergraduates and 5,000 graduate students; more thana quarter of a million alumni in 160 countries; and a studentpopulation from all 50 U.S. states and 123 countries. For moreinformation, please visit www.syracuse.edu. Application Deadline About the Syracuse area Job CategoryFaculty Commitment to Supporting and Hiring Veterans RankAssistant Commitment to a Diverse and Inclusive Campus Community Syracuse University is an equal-opportunity, affirmative-actioninstitution. The University prohibits discrimination and harassmentbased on race, color, creed, religion, sex, gender, nationalorigin, citizenship, ethnicity, marital status, age, disability,sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression, veteranstatus, or any other status protected by applicable law to theextent prohibited by law. This nondiscrimination policy coversadmissions, employment, and access to and treatment in Universityprograms, services, and activities. Message to Applicants Syracuse University maintains an inclusive learning environment inwhich students, faculty, administrators, staff, curriculum, socialactivities, governance, and all other aspects of campus lifereflect a diverse, multi-cultural, and international worldview. TheUniversity community recognizes and values the many similaritiesand differences among individuals and groups. At Syracuse, we arecommitted to preparing students to understand, live among,appreciate, and work in an inherently diverse country and worldmade up of people with different ethnic and racial backgrounds,military backgrounds, religious beliefs, socio-economic status,cultural traditions, abilities, sexual orientations and genderidentities. To do so, we commit ourselves to promoting a communitythat celebrates and models the principles of diversity andinclusivity. Job TypeFull-time Job Posting Date12/17/2020 EEOC Responsibilities FLSA StatusExempt