February 10, 2010 Published by Site Default Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. LinkedIn 0 CMU Australia Scholarships for International Students Pocket Tweet Deadline: 31/03/2010Open to: applicants with master’s qualifications in political science or related fieldFund: $25,000 per annumUniversity of Sydney offers a full-time postgraduate scholarship (commencing in Semester 2, 2010) to undertake research leading to a PhD in international conflict. The project will investigate the roles of norms, political culture, values, and/or similar factors in patterns of interstate conflict across different regions of the world. The research will be complementary to, and in close interaction with, an ARC-funded project on the role of political institutions in regional conflict dynamics.Eligibilty– applicant should have a strong Honours degree, and/or master’s qualifications in political science or related field– applicants should have a particular interest in theories of international conflict, and strong skills in qualitative social science research methods.Local and international students can apply however tuition fees payable by international students are not covered by this scholarship.ScholarshipThe scholarship is valued at $25,000 per annum (tax exempt) and may be renewed for up to three years, subject to satisfactory progress.Application processApplicants should submit following documents:1. CV2. a copy of an academic transcript,3. the names and contact details of at least two refereesand sent it by 31 March 2010 to Dr. Benjamin Goldsmith at: [email protected] mail to following address:Dr. Benjamin GoldsmithDepartment of Government & International RelationsMerewether H04The University of SydneyNSW 2006For further information contact Dr. Benjamin Goldsmith at: [email protected] detailed info ← Fellowships at the National Gallery of Canada +1 PhD Scholarship in International Conflict, Sydney Similar Stories Share 0 Showing the best of you! → Reddit PhD Scholarship in Archaeo-geochemistry: ISOTOPES AND TRACE ELEMENT IN HUMAN REMAINS Google PhD Fellowship Program for graduate students
The new Kolkata branch joins offices established in Mumbai, Kochi, Chennai, Bengaluru and New Delhi. Dibakar Roy has been appointed manager – international moving for the Kolkata office. GAC International Moving provides packing and moving services. It has operated in the Middle East for over 30 years and extended its services into India and Sri Lanka during 2012. The company expects the encouraging demand for its services to continue. Klaus Holmager, regional manager for the Middle East and Indian Subcontinent, stated: “After Kolkata, we will be looking at bringing our services to other areas within the region to meet our customers’ needs.” GAC International Moving is a subsidiary of integrated shipping, logistics and marine services provider GAC Group.Dibakar Roywww.moving.gac.com
By Nick Creely AFL Victoria has announced that the Cranbourne Football Club will transfer its VFL Women’s licence to the…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.
… added another “zero” to cheque in battle for child support before courtsA mother of one is accused of forging a cheque for child support under the pretense that it was issued by the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts late last year. She presented same to Republic Bank (Guyana) Limited, and received a quantity of cash in return. Arraigned before Georgetown Magistrate Faith McGusty on Thursday morning, Joanna Beckles pleaded not guilty to three counts of forgery, the first of which detailed that on December 21, 2017, at Georgetown, with intent to defraud, she uttered to city bank teller Shenika Smith a cheque dated December 19, 2017 and valued at $60,000, knowing same to be false.In addition, on the day in question, she obtained a sum of $60,000 cash from the teller on or upon a forged instrument purporting to show that same was issued by the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts.Moreover, the accused, between December 19 and December 21, 2017, with intent to defraud, forged one cheque in favour of herself, purporting to show that the said cheque was written for $60,000 instead of $6,000.The mother of one was granted $50,000 bail and instructed to return to court on August 7.
With the HR Technology Conference (#HRTechConf) just around the corner, we’re inviting our Next Official Bloggers to offer their perspective on how technology is impacting the profession today — and their predictions for the future.The following is a Q & A with Next Official Blogger Sharlyn Lauby:Q: What area of human resources profession (recruiting, OD/training, comp/benefits, employee relations, etc.) do you see technology affecting the most in the next 5 years? SL: A lot of great technology options currently exist in recruiting, training, recognition, etc. I think some of the individual health and wellness applications currently on the market will start to offer enterprise solutions. Employees will be able to support each other in staying healthy.I also believe we will see some employee relations technology solutions. I see the need as we become a workforce of working anywhere, anytime. But I must admit it will have to be designed carefully, so we don’t lose the “relationship” part. Q: Employees are increasingly using smartphones and tablets to access their employers’ HR services. How will employees’ evolving expectations affect an organization’s HR technology regarding access and security?SL: You’re absolutely right – employees expect to manage certain aspects of their career using their mobile devices. When we can use our phones and tablets to have conversations with family on the other side of the globe, buy just about anything we want, and store valuable documents, then we expect our mobile devices to be acceptable for more things at work.But with that comes responsibility. Anyone today using a mobile device needs to learn basic technology etiquette. They need to understand what secure and unsecure networks are and how to develop a good password. For some people, this will sound very basic but there are lots of people who don’t follow sound technology security practices. HR departments should include in onboarding a technology etiquette and essentials program. Q: Technology is enabling HR to look at how their strategy affects organizational performance, in addition to HR-specific problems. To what extent are today’s HR professionals able to step outside the box that has traditionally defined their role?SL: I believe HR pros can and should take a holistic approach to technology and the organization. It will be difficult to develop any kind of strategy operating in a silo.HR professionals have the opportunity to be the champions of experimentation. One of the things I’ve discovered over the past few years, during the Great Recession and the rise in social media, is that we can learn a lot by just trying new things. We can help our organizations see the value in being an effective adopter of new ideas and concepts. Q: What steps can an HR professional take to begin to incorporate mobile technology into their talent management strategies?SL: HR professionals have to understand what technology is available today. You don’t have to own it all or use it all. But human resources need to know what’s available and decide if it has potential. If we don’t stay on top of what’s available, we run the risk of being left behind. Technology moves much too quickly. Q: What’s your HR technology trend prediction for 2015?SL: We haven’t seen the full potential of wearables yet. Whether it’s watches, bands, glasses, etc., wearables are becoming a part of our lives and the data we can get from them is amazing. Now can we use these devices to help us at work? I can’t wait to see what happens.
At AFF’s “Lunch with a Leader” on October 23, Cato vice president and senior fellow David Kirby considered the definition of success and related practical leadership advice grounded in personal experience.“When I first started managing people, I failed a lot. So I started to look for examples, and I ended up combining elements of the management philosophies of various entrepreneurs. I experimented and found what worked.”Kirby delineated two key components of leadership: management style/philosophy and motivating others.Forget everything you think you know about management. Effective managers are leaders in the sense that they motivate, guide, and empower a team.Resist the urge to lecture, maintain strict control, and solve other people’s problems. Rather, empower others to achieve and get out of the way. Kirby explained:“There are two types of people I never want to work with: the kind of people who want to tell others what to do, and the kind of people who want to be told what to do. As a team leader, you don’t want to be the first type and you don’t want your team to be the second type—you’ll be exhausted and your team will be completely dependent.”Build a team of passionate people and develop a vision—shared beliefs and boundaries—that everyone owns. Shared beliefs will motivate your team. Boundaries will empower individuals to operate freely and confidently, and establish accountability. Then challenge your team to get things done by solving their own problems and answering their own questions (within those parameters).Of course, there isn’t necessarily one perfect formula. As your career progresses, observe the management styles and motivational tactics of those around you for inspiration. Regardless of what philosophy you choose, management, and leadership, are learned over time.Interested in learning more about AFF opportunities for students? Contact Greta Pisarczyk, director of student outreach for America’s Future Foundation, at [email protected]
After a six-tackle, 2.5-sack performance against Penn State, Ohio State sophomore defensive lineman Joey Bosa has been named the Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week.Bosa, who leads the Big Ten in sacks (8.0) and tackles for loss (11.5) clinched Saturday’s game for the Buckeyes when he brought down Penn State sophomore quarterback Christian Hackenberg on fourth-and-five in double-overtime.The award is the first for Bosa, and he becomes the first Buckeye to win the award since former OSU linebacker Ryan Shazier won it last November following a 20-tackle performance against Indiana on Nov. 23.Bosa, who has started every game this season, started 10 games as a true freshman in 2013 and tallied 7.5 sacks and 13.5 tackles for loss.The Fort Lauderdale, Fla., native was also named Athlon’s Defensive Player of the Week on Sunday.Bosa and the Buckeyes are scheduled to take on the Illinois Fighting Illini Saturday at Ohio Stadium. Kickoff is set for 8 p.m.
The AC Milan striker screamed at the referee on Sunday and was sent off, now he faces a two-match banAC Milan striker Gonzalo Higuain has been handed a two-game ban by the Italian Lega Serie A after being sent off on Sunday in the match against Juventus.The Argentinean screamed at referee Paolo Mazzoleni after being shown a yellow card, earning him another one and being sent off.According to Football Italia, video replays showed him screaming “you always whistle at me!” after being sent off.Lukaku backed to beat Ronaldo in Serie A scoring charts Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Former Inter Milan star Andy van der Meyde is confident Romelu Lukaku will outscore Cristiano Ronaldo in this season’s Serie A.Higuain has been also awarded a warning for his attitude after refusing to leave the pitch.The Argentinean footballer will miss the match against Lazio on November 25th, and the Parma game on December 2nd.He will be available for the UEFA Europa League match on November 29th against Dudelange.
City Manager Paul Ostrander: “The City has received numerous complaints about nails and screws being left on City beaches from pallet fires, creating a hazard for vehicles, pedestrians, and animals. The ordinance will prohibit the burning of wood materials containing metal fasteners on City beaches.” The intent is to regulate camping, fires and other activities on City beaches that threaten or have the potential to threaten or damage public and private property, use and enjoyment of the beaches, public safety, health and welfare, and other City interests. Any violation of the ordinance is subject to a fine up to $500, requiring a mandatory court appearance, to set a fine amount of $50. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Kenai City Council approved an ordinance that prohibits the burning of pallets and other wood materials containing metal fasteners on North and South city beaches back in 2018. The ban has been in place since July 1, 2018.