LinkedIn 0 SME Week Youth Essay Competition 2019 – Launch International Postdoc Fellowships at Freie Universität Berlin Tweet Youth4Regions – the programme for aspiring journalists May 30, 2014 Published by tatjana +1 Share 0 Reddit Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. ← iversity Free Online Course: DNA – From Structure to Therapy The Blue Book Traineeship Similar Stories Deadline: 4 July 2014Open to: postdoctoral researchers of all disciplines and all nationalitiesFellowship: 26,500 to 34,400 Euro annual salary plus other benefitsDescriptionThe Dahlem Research School’s Postdoc Fellowship Program – co-financed by the German Excellence Initiative and the Marie Curie Program of the European Commission – provides funding for outstanding postdoctoral researchers from all disciplines to conduct their own research project at Freie Universität Berlin.The program is designed to promote the further academic career development through research funding, a tailored qualification program including essential professional guidance on preparing grant proposals, and the opportunity to develop teaching and leadership skills. At the end of the funding period, DRS fellows are expected to apply for funding for follow-up research projects at Freie Universität Berlin.Dahlem Research School offers 20 Incoming Postdoc Fellowships, starting in January 2015, for period of 18 months. Applicants have to submit a project plan based around the research fields/ key topics of the participating Excellence Projects or Focus Areas (check HERE).EligibilityThe call is open to postdoctoral researchers of all disciplines and all nationalities who completed their doctoral degree no longer than 6 years before the deadline and who have not lived in Germany for longer than 12 months during the last 36 months before the deadline.FellowshipAn employment contract at level TV-L FU E13 (annual net salary of approx. 26.500 to 34.400 Euro, depending on previous work experience and marital status);Social security and health insurance included;A total research allowance for the duration of the project of 10.800 Euro for non lab-based/ 16.200 Euro for field trip-based/ 21.600 Euro for lab-based projects;A monthly mobility allowance of 200 Euro and a one-time travel allowance;A fully funded intensive German course;A tailored qualification program, access to the Academic Profile Development Program and the Professional Development Program delivered by Dahlem Research School.ApplicationApplication deadline is 4 July 2014, noon.To apply, register online HERE.For further information visit the official website HERE. Pocket Master and PhD Scholarships at Andrássy University Budapest →
• The track length is 1.99 miles, and the road course itself features more than 160 feet of elevation change from the highest point (Turn 3a, 174 feet) to the lowest. (Turn 10, 14 feet).• Drivers who complete Sunday’s Monster Energy Series race will make 1,100 turns around the road course. The race is scheduled for 110 laps.• Nearly 4,000 sheep, housed at the raceway, provide, uh, natural land care and help maintain the facility’s grasses and fire lanes. So, yeah, animal lawnmowers.• The NASCAR configuration of the Sonoma Raceway road course is lined with 1,000 tire packs made up of 25,000 tires, 90,000 screws, 90,000 clips and 180,000 washers.• One of the more unique Victory Lane settings in the sport, winners in Sonoma celebrate with a sip from the Champion’s Goblet in the Wine Country Winner’s Circle. The goblet, which is handcrafted by a local glass blower from Sonoma, was introduced in 2006 and incorporates the raceway’s rich wine country heritage. Welcome to Sonoma Raceway, where the course is long and the turns are right. Sunday’s race (3 p.m. ET, FS1, PRN, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio) is the first of two road course for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series this year.To get ready, read on for a full track printout and five interesting facts about Sonoma.
The SM East football team practiced Thanksgiving morning, getting ready for their Saturday showdown.SM East gets its second chance to bring home the school’s first state football championship Saturday. With 16 starters returning from last year’s team, the Lancers have plenty of experience with the big game atmosphere of a state title game — but they’re also facing one of their toughest opponents of the past two years. Hutchinson got off to a rocky 2-4 start after suffering a number of key injuries early in their season. But they’ve been steamrolling opponents ever since, not having lost since Oct. 10. Here are three keys for the Lancers to secure the state title against Hutch:Execute like they have all year. Olathe North only got back into last week’s substate game after the Lancers had two uncharacteristic flubs on offense. Chaz Burgess picked off a pass from Gunnar Englund in the third quarter and ran it back for a touchdown, and the Eagles blocked a punt on the ensuing possession to set up a short touchdown drive. What’s more, on two occasions the Lancers drove into the red zone only to be turned away without scoring. Much of SM East’s dominant success throughout the regular season can be attributed to its workmanlike, mistake-free efficiency on offense. If the Lancers can return to form Saturday, they’ll be tough to beat.Contain Blaik Middleton. The success of Hutchinson’s offense rides in large part on the legs of running back Blaik Middleton, who lit up Free State last week for six touchdown, three of them on runs of more than 50 yards. Take a look at this touchdown against Maize earlier this season to get a sense of what he can do:The Lancers defense has been excellent all season long, and did a solid job keeping Olathe North’s Venus Triplett, the Sunflower League’s leading rusher, under control last week. If they can put similar pressure on Middleton and Hutchinson’s talented offensive line, they should be able to keep Hutch from putting up gaudy offensive numbers.Keep Hutch guessing. The great thing about the Lancers’ offense is that they can hurt opponents a number of ways. With Sam Huffman and Jackson Gossick as speedy threats on the wings, Wyatt Edmisten pounding the ball up the middle, Gunnar Englund able to break away for big keepers, and Alec Dean and Sky Tate posing big-gain threats through the air, the Lancers have no shortage of weapons. Coach Dustin Delaney has used all of those weapons as he has dialed up unique offensive game plans throughout the year. Look for him to throw something unexpected at the Salt Hawks.Remember there’s a community pep rally for the Lancers tonight in the U.S. Bank parking lot at the Village Shops. The rally, which will feature the players, coaches, cheerleaders and the school choir, kicks off at 7 p.m.And tomorrow morning there will be a send off rally at 7:30 a.m., where fans will gather by the Village Shops clocktower to cheer the Lancers as their buses make their way through the shopping center on their way to Emporia.Some parents at the Thanksgiving morning practice and tailgate were in full cheering mode. 1981 SM East graduate Shelly Stewart Jensen took the challenge seriously.
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Together with all Premiership Clubs, we’re aiming to help raise £20,000 for Restart’s confidential counselling service which helps players facing mental health struggles.“Having someone to look after you – physically, mentally, emotionally – is so important, not just for us as players but for our families too,” said Jordan Crane.”Restart’s confidential counselling service is vital to those players and families that are going through tough times. Join me and support Restart Weekend 2019.” Join us and support Restart this weekendThe Restart team will be fundraising at the game by hosting a raffle and bucket collection in aid of the charity.In the meantime:Check out the Restart Weekend online auction to bid on signed Bristol Bears and England memorabilia and also unique player experiencesHelp Restart Turn The Premiership Red and purchase a Restart t-shirt, as worn by the players during their warm up this weekend, and wear it at the gameDonate to help players suffering with mental health issuesEvery penny raised will make a huge difference to those players and their families when they need Restart’s support the most. Thank you.Follow us @RestartRugby for latest Restart Weekend updates and news!#RestartWeekend2019
Sony Pictures(LOS ANGELES) — Sony Pictures has relented — at least partially — on its plan to offer consumers “clean versions” of previously released movies.Last week, Sony announced that it would make its cleaned-up broadcast TV or airline versions of 24 movies available to consumers who purchase films on various download and streaming sites. But that plan faced strong objections from some filmmakers and from the Directors Guild of America, reported Variety. “Directors have the right to edit their feature films for every non-theatrical platform, plain and simple,” the Guild said, adding that releasing a cut made for one platform on another violates the Guild’s agreement with the studio.Judd Apatow, producer of one movie on Sony’s list, Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby, had particularly not-clean words for the plan on Twitter, writing, “This is absolute bulls*** and @sony and @SonyPictures is gonna get hell for F****** with our movies. Shove the clean versions up your a****!”On Wednesday, Sony announced a change in its plans, saying the studio won’t sell clean versions of the movies against directors’ wishes.“Our directors are of paramount importance to us and we want to respect those relationships to the utmost,” Man Jit Singh, president of Sony Pictures Home Entertainment said in a statement to Variety on Wednesday. “We believed we had obtained approvals from the filmmakers involved for use of their previously supervised television versions as a value added extra on sales of the full version. But if any of them are unhappy or have reconsidered, we will discontinue it for their films.”Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico Related
Sumner Newscow report — Don’t forget, this is the last day that people can register to vote in the 2018 General Election. You can do so by clicking here. You can also register by filling a voter registration application form at the Sumner County Clerk Election Office at 501 N. Washington, Room 101, Wellington, Kans. 67152.Voter Registration Applications must contain an original signature and cannot be faxed. The last four digits of your social security number or your entire driver’s license number are required.If you change your name or address, or wish to change your party affiliation, you are required to update your voter registration.Registration closes 14 days prior to any election and reopens the day after the election.
Meanwhile, the final of the Europa League will be played in the Polish city of Gdansk, with the women’s Champions League final being awarded to Vienna in Austria. The game will be played at the Atatürk Olympic Stadium, which is the same venue which hosted the famous 2005 final between Liverpool and AC Milan. The stadium was opened in 2002 and is where the Turkish national team usually play their home matches. CEST IN SPORT.ES Javier Giraldo Estambul, sede de la final de la Champions de 2020 FROM Kiev TO MADRID UEFA met in Kiev on Thursday to discuss where the European finals at the end of the 2019-20 season will be played, with the Champions League final given to Istanbul. Saturday’s final between Real Madrid and Liverpool will be played in Kiev (Ukraine) and next year’s host city has already been chosen for the Champions League final: it will be played at the Wanda Metropolitano in Madrid (Spain). @javiergiraldo 24/05/2018 Upd. at 17:35 Finally, the 2020 European Super Cup will be played at Porto’s Do Dragao home (Portugal), which opened in 2003. As for the 2019 Europa League, the final will be played in Baku (Azerbaijan), while the winners of this year’s Champions League and Europa League will meet in Tallin (Estonia) this August.
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