Job CategoryUniversity Faculty Minimum Education and/or Work Experience FLSA StatusExempt Qualifications Position Details Job TypeFull-Time Working ConditionsNone CampusRogers Park-Lake Shore Campus Desired Start Date08/09/2021 The candidate will have a PhD in English or a closely relatedfield, or have a plan in place to defend by May 2021. Candidatesfor the position must demonstrate clear potential for excellence inresearch and teaching and must be willing to support the mission ofLUC and the goals of a Jesuit Catholic education. Special Instructions to Applicants Physical DemandsNone The Department of English in the College of Arts and Sciences atLoyola University Chicago ( LUC ) invites applications for afull-time tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor,for academic year 2021-22, with a specialty in the Anglophoneliteratures of either Africa, South Asia, the Pacific, or theCaribbean. Strengths in postcolonial and decolonial studies;indigenous studies; critical refugee studies; migration studies;environmental justice; slavery studies; the intimacies of race,gender, and sexuality; or new logics of global connection,interchange, and solidarity are particularly welcome. Thesuccessful candidate will join an intellectual community withexisting strengths in South Asian, Asian American, Latinx, AfricanAmerican, and Caribbean literatures – as well as interdisciplinaryfoci in textual studies and the digital humanities, gender andqueer theory, modernism/modernity, and critical race theory – and auniversity that has made social justice central to its vision. Formore information about the Department, please visit our website atwww.luc.edu/english.This search is part of a University-wide, multiyear hiringinitiative designed to hire outstanding researchers and teacherswho are reflective of our diverse student body and committed tointerdisciplinarity (i.e., working with colleagues across differentsubfields and disciplines). Of special interest are candidates whocan further the University’s efforts to foster diversity, equity,and inclusion. International scholars are welcome to apply.The position involves teaching undergraduate courses as well asgraduate courses in our MA and PhD programs. The successfulcandidate will be expected to pursue a strong program ofscholarship, and to engage in service at the department level orabove. Organizational LocationPROVOST Position TitleEnglish, Assistant Professor, Global Literatures in English,Tenure Track Open Until FilledYes Is this split and/or fully grant funded?No Department NameENGLISH Position End Date Number of Vacancies1 Job Number85TBD Open Date11/24/2020 Job TitleEnglish, Assistant Professor, Global Literatures in English,Tenure Track Close Date Candidates should submit a cover letter and a current CurriculumVitae to www.careers.luc.edu. After an initial round of review,selected candidates will be asked to submit additional materials:(1) a writing sample; (2) a statement on teaching experience; and(3) a statement addressing past and/or potential contributions tomentoring a diverse student body through research, teaching, andother channels and engaging a diverse community through scholarshipand service. At that stage, candidates will also be asked toarrange for three recommendations from individuals prepared tospeak to their professional qualifications for this position to besubmitted electronically to the above website (letter writers willreceive an electronic prompt from LUC ).For full consideration, cover letter and curriculum vitae should besubmitted by December 21, 2020.LUC is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer with astrong commitment to our mission of social justice andtransformative education. The University believes that broaddiversity is critical to achieving its mission. Therefore, inholistically assessing the many qualifications of each applicant,we would factor favorably an individual’s record that includesexperience with an array of diverse perspectives, as well as a widevariety of different educational, research or other workactivities. Among other qualifications, we would also factorfavorably experience overcoming or helping others overcome barriersto an academic career or degrees.As a Jesuit Catholic institution of higher education, we seekcandidates who will contribute to our strategic plan to deliver atransformative education in the Jesuit tradition. To learn moreabout LUC’s mission, candidates should consult our website atwww.luc.edu/mission. For information about the university’s focuson transformative education, they should consult our website atwww.luc.edu/transformativeed. Location CodeENGLISH (02103A) Position Number Posting Details Duties and Responsibilities Quick Link for Postinghttps://www.careers.luc.edu/postings/14606 The candidate will have a PhD in English or a closely relatedfield, or have a plan in place to defend by May 2021. Candidatesfor the position must demonstrate clear potential for excellence inresearch and teaching and must be willing to support the mission ofLUC and the goals of a Jesuit Catholic education. Applicant DocumentsRequired DocumentsCover Letter/Letter of ApplicationCurriculum VitaeOptional DocumentsTeaching StatementWriting SampleOther DocumentSupplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).
FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail The Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office is seeking your help to identify this theft suspect. On April 04, 2017 this male suspect stole a small vending machine from the Old Court House. The suspect removed his jacket and concealed the machine before walking out of the building.Please click here to submit a tip or call our telephone tip line at (812) 421-6297.
Bassist extraordinaire Thundercat has announced the forthcoming release of his brand new album. Drunk, due out on February 24th via Flying Lotus’ eclectic Brainfeeder record label, will serve as a follow-up to 2015’s The Beyond / Where the Giants Roam.In coordination with this announcement, Thundercat has released a brand new song from the record called “What A Fool Believes.” The single is a silky smooth and funky R&B ballad that harkens back to an older era. It features two out-of-left-field guest appearances from Kenny Loggins and Michael McDonald. What should be a bizarre pairing turns out to be a great fit, as their soulful vocals are a perfect match for Thundercat’s sultry and soulful track.In an interview with Red Bull Music Academy, Thundercat explained that Loggins and McDonald are “guys that I’ve listened to and where I felt that I’ve learned that honesty in music.” He called Kenny Loggins “one of my favorite singers,” and spoke highly of McDonald’s creative output in the studio, explaining that “one of the most beautiful moments of it was realizing how amazing Michael McDonald was. He would go through so many ideas and have so much to offer.”Check out Thundercat’s “Show You The Way” with Michael McDonald and Kenny Loggins below, and look out for Drunk when it hits stores on February 24th.
Today, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band have announced thirteen new dates to round out their ‘Travelin’ Man” outing, which they’re billing as “the final tour” for the band.Last year, Detroit-native rocker and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Bob Seger was forced to suddenly cancel the remainder of his tour after undergoing emergency spinal surgery to repair a ruptured disc in his neck three weeks into the trek. This past May, after some speculation that the surgery may have sidelined him for good, Seger announced several rescheduled dates for later this year and early next year. Today’s newly announced shows are being marketed along with the 13 previously confirmed dates rescheduled from 2017 as “Travelin’ Man – The Final Tour.”Tickets for the newly added shows go on sale Sept. 28th and 29th, with fan club pre-sales on Sept. 25th. See below for a full list of dates on Bob Seger’s final tour (newly added dates in bold). For more information, head to Bob Seger’s website.Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band “Travelin’ Man – The Final Tour” Dates*newly added dates boldedWED, NOV 21 – Van Andel Arena – Grand Rapids, MISAT, NOV 24 – Sprint Center – Kansas City, MOTUE, NOV 27 – Wells Fargo Arena – Des Moines, IAFRI, NOV 30 – Enterprise Center – St. Louis, MOTHU, DEC 06 – Quicken Loans Arena – Cleveland, OHSAT, DEC 08 – KFC Yum! Center – Louisville, KYWED, DEC 12 – Xcel Energy Center – St Paul, MNFRI, DEC 14 – Allstate Arena – Chicago, ILTHU, DEC 20 – Bon Secours Wellness Arena – Greenville, SCSAT, DEC 22 – Infinite Energy Arena – Atlanta, GAJAN 09, 2019 – Huntington Center – Toledo, OHJAN 11, 2019 – Bridgestone Arena – Nashville, TNJAN 15, 2019 – Allen County War Memorial Coliseum – Fort Wayne, INJAN 17, 2019 – KeyBank Center – Buffalo, NYJAN 19, 2019 – Nationwide Arena – Columbus, OHJAN 22, 2019 – Peoria Civic Center – Peoria, ILJAN 29, 2019 – Rimrock Auto Arena – Billings, MTJAN 31, 2019 – Ford Center – Boise, IDFEB 02, 2019 – Moda Center – Portland, ORFEB 09, 2019 – Tacoma Dome – Seattle, WAFEB 15, 2019 – Talking Stick Resort Arena – Phoenix, AZFEB 17, 2019 – Pepsi Center – Denver, COFEB 23, 2019 – The Forum – Los Angeles, CAMAR 07, 2019 – Frank C Erwin Special Events Center – Austin, TXMAR 09, 2019 – Ford Center At The Star – Dallas, TXMAY 02, 2019 – The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion – The Woodlands, TXView Upcoming Tour Dates
Nicholas L. TilneyFrancis D. Moore Distinguished Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical SchoolJoseph Murray successfully transplanted a kidney between identical twins on Dec. 23, 1954, at what was then the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, having perfected the operation in the research laboratories at Harvard Medical School. The terminally ill patient recovered, married his nurse, fathered two children, and lived normally for the next decade.This unique approach quickly posed new challenges for the team. Among them: how to substitute a healthy donor organ for a failed one in a genetically dissimilar recipient. With knowledge of the intricacies of the host responses against foreign tissues advancing in parallel, Murray’s research team and a few other investigators were able to improve functional survival of transplanted kidneys with a newly defined immunosuppressive drug.With gathering clinical experience and the introduction of increasingly effective pharmacologic agents to inhibit host responsiveness, the transplantation of a spectrum of solid organs has become increasingly routine throughout the world, currently saving the lives of tens of thousands of patients. The biologically unexplained but compelling success of the transplantation of composite grafts — hands and faces — has become a recent harbinger of even more dramatic advances to come.The early laboratory and clinical studies of Murray and his successors (for which he received the Nobel Prize in 1990) revolutionized transplantation, have evoked novel approaches against cancer and immune disorders, and opened a range of applications of biology. This venture has evolved into one of the most important scientific advances of our time.
1Who needs a party dress? This Mather Lather T-shirt is a necessity. 2It takes two to make a thing go right! Ella Gibson ’14 and David Campos ’14 line the Mather House dining hall with plywood boxes, to which heavy-duty plastic will be stapled. 6All suds and no duds! Foam is dispensed to start the party. 11An unforgettable night. 4Luke Sundquist ’14 hauls some lumber. 5Students roll out tarp to weather the foamy storm. 7Torin Zonfrelli ’16 feels the power of foam. The Mather Lather has certainly earned its place as a revered tradition in the Mather House legacy. The bash, which draws more than 1,000 students from across all of Harvard’s Houses, typically goes until the wee hours of the morning.But before the party comes the daunting prep work. Students spend an entire afternoon lining the big dining room hall with plywood exterior, to which heavy plastic is stapled. This protects the carpeting from being damaged by the copious amounts of foam that gets pumped into the room throughout the evening.Near midnight, the room looks like a disco Slip ’n Slide. Partygoers in flip-flops and swimwear dance to the live DJ while, outside, the line at the door swells. It’s been said that the Mather Lather is a rite of passage for undergraduates, and where else but Harvard can you get so clean while getting down and dirty? 8You can’t put your arms around foam, but Torin Zonfrelli ’16 (left) and Edward Caputo ’16 try. 12Swimwear is the outfit of choice at the Mather Lather. Oh, and wearing sunglasses at night. 9Gettin’ foamy with it? 10Rub-a-dub-dub, thanks for the suds. 3Ella Gibson ’14 (from left), Max Shayer ’14, and Renzo Lucioni ’14 work on building the structure to house the 11th annual Mather Lather foam party.
Saint Mary’s student senate met Tuesday night to discuss changes to election policies and upcoming events on campus.Student body president Kat Sullivan said the goal for the alteration of election policies “is to establish a better understanding of the policies both for the candidates and the student body as a whole.”Senate members voted to implement changes to election policies, including permitting abroad students to campaign with a present Saint Mary’s student. Sullivan said Feb. 26 is the deadline for all campaign materials. Students can submit materials through an elections portal on OrgSync, she said.“Every candidate that is running will have to sign something saying that they have read these policies and they agree to abide by these terms,” student body vice president Maddy Martin said.Heritage Week at Saint Mary’s will begin Feb. 3, and various events will take place on campus, including a Heritage Week dinner in the Stapleton Lounge, saidCarmen Cardenas, president of the Student Diversity Board.Throughout the week, students will be encouraged to share their heritage, she said.“Any sort of Heritage – you could be the first person ever to attend Saint Mary’s, but you just want to write about how much you love Saint Mary’s,” Cardenas said.Cardenas said students who write admirable stories about their heritage will receive prizes, and the winners will be announced at the heritage dinner.An event titled, “Sugar Makes the World Go ‘Round,” will bring international desserts to the Noble Family Dining Hall on Feb. 6, Cardenas said. Following Heritage Week will be Women’s Appreciation Week, beginning Feb. 24, with the Diverse Student Leadership Conference (DSLC), taking place March 25 to 26.The DSLC will have two keynote speakers: Faisal Alam, a gay, Pakistani-American, and Kevin Powell, Cardenas said.Cardenas said a Saint Mary’s professor’s survey has found that diversity is not a popular conversation topic at the College.“On the worst points, Saint Mary’s students, faculty and staff have shown that there is not enough talk about religious diversity or sexual orientation,” she said.The goal of the conference will be to create dialogue on these subjects among Saint Mary’s students, Cardenas said.Martin said another event to look forward to is “Women Honoring Women,” to take place in April.“‘Women Honoring Women’ is a night where students can nominate a faculty member or someone who’s had an impact on their life at Saint Mary’s,” she said.Martin said students and their nominees are invited to a dinner where a nominee is voted Woman of the Year.
View Comments Related Shows It’s official! As Broadway.com first reported, Tony winner Martin Short will replace Nathan Lane as James Wicker in an extended run of the star-studded It’s Only a Play. Lane is set to headline BAM’s The Iceman Cometh in February. Short will begin performances in the role on January 7, 2015; Lane will play his final show on January 4, the date the production had initially been set to complete its limited run.The Terrence McNally comedy will now play at its current home, the Schoenfeld Theatre, through January 18 before moving to the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre, where it will begin performances on January 23. It will remain there through March 29. It’s Only a Play also stars Matthew Broderick, Megan Mullally, F. Murray Abrahm, Stockard Channing, Rupert Grint and Micah Stock.Short took home a Tony Award for his performance in Little Me. He was also nominated for The Goodbye Girl and headlined Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me. He shares an Emmy with John Candy, Andrea Martin and more for their writing on SCTV. His additional screen credits include Father of the Bride, Mars Attacks!, Three Amigos, Innerspace, Saturday Night Live and Primetime Glick.It’s Only a Play, directed by Jack O’Brien, is set on the opening night of Broderick’s character Peter Austin’s new play as he anxiously awaits to see if his show is a hit. With his career on the line, he shares his big first night with his best friend, a television star (Lane), his fledgling producer (Mullally), his erratic leading lady (Channing), his wunderkind director (Grint), an infamous drama critic (Abraham), and a wide-eyed coat check attendant (Stock) on his first night in Manhattan.The Helen Mirren-led The Audience begins previews at the Schoenfeld on February 17, 2015. Show Closed This production ended its run on June 7, 2015 Nathan Lane Star Files It’s Only a Play
View Comments The new season of the Golden Globe-winning Mozart in the Jungle will capture the scenic majesty of Venice, from the Grand Canal to Teatro La Fenice to Bernadette Peters shouting in a moving gondola. With the New York symphony on strike after a lockout, maestro Rodrigo (Gael García Bernal) travels to Italy for inspiration. It’s there he encounters a glamorous soprano (played by Monica Bellucci), threatens to throw his phone off a roof and gets in a shouting match with Gloria (Peters) in the aforementioned gondola. Check it all out in the new trailer, which also features an angry Debra Monk, below. The new season, which will include appearances by legendary tenor Plácido Domingo and composer Nico Muhly, will be available to stream on Amazon Prime on December 9. Bernadette Peters
By Taciana Moury/Diálogo September 28, 2018 The Marine Corps (FN, in Portuguese) of the Brazilian Navy (MB, in Portuguese) has been taking part in security operations in the city of Rio de Janeiro since Brazilian authorities sanctioned the use of the Armed Forces in operations to guarantee law and order (GLO, in Portuguese) on July 28, 2017. FN intensified activities after the government ordered federal intervention in the state of Rio de Janeiro via Decree No. 9288, February 16, 2018. In the past six month, the Fleet Marine Squad (FFE, in Portuguese) participated in more than 30 operations. According to FN Lieutenant General Paulo Martino Zuccaro, FFE commander, the participation of FN increased in unison with siege operations in Rio de Janeiro, which also last longer than those carried out in 2017. With federal intervention, public safety management moved from the state to the federal level, with Brazilian Army General Walter Braga Netto, public safety federal intervenor in Rio de Janeiro, responding directly to the president. “The technical aspects of the operations are similar to that of prior GLOs conducted in other states,” Lt. Gen. Zuccaro said. Following the intervention, authorities established an Intervention Joint Command comprised of officers from each service branch in the Eastern Military Command to conduct security operations, and coordinate and plan support operations for the National Public Security Plan. Within this context, MB assists Rio de Janeiro’s Public Security Secretariat, through a Marine Corps Operations Group (GptOpFuzNav, in Portuguese). “FN activities make up just one piece of the puzzle that contribute to the success of the operation as a whole. We can offer our amphibious capability to the Joint Command, which is a great advantage when the area of operation is close to the sea,” Lt. Gen. Zuccaro said. Currently, 300 FFE service members conduct daily patrols in the city within the most risky communities of the south side and in the Lins Complex of slums. FN also handles security on the main urban streets of Ilha do Fundão, near the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. A GptOpFuzNav was initially established to conduct various operations, such as perimeter security, assault, blockade, road clearance, and patrol. The increase in operations following federal intervention led to the creation of the Marine Corps Operations Group ARPOADOR-2018 to meet the needs of GLO’s operations. FN Colonel Reinaldo Reis de Medeiros, commander of ARPOADOR-2018, said the number of service members vary with the type of operation. “Some more complex operations may have an average of 850 to 1,000 Navy members,” he said. Maritime and ground operations On August 29th, an operation brought together more than 2,500 members of the Armed Forces, and Federal, Military, and Civil Police at the Salgueiro Complex of the city of São Gonçalo, in Rio de Janeiro’s metropolitan area. According to the Intervention Joint Command, members of MB, the First Naval District, and the Federal Police took part in ground operations and carried out a naval blockade and siege at Guanabara Bay, a maritime area adjacent to operations on the ground. “We estimate operations to directly and indirectly benefit about one million people, covering a land area of 32 square kilometers and a maritime area of 61 km². Two ships and 10 vessels, including an armored speedboat were used,” the Joint Command stated in a release. MB’s capabilities and equipment favor activities in the maritime environment, Col. Medeiros said. “Most of the operations conducted to date were on land,” he added. The Armed Forces in Rio de Janeiro conducted show of force, perimeter control, and dynamic stabilization operations such as road clearance, assault, and lockdown, among others. Nearly all of FFE equipment is available for security operations. Military motorcyclists of the Naval Battalion Police, known as scouts, also take part in the Rio operations. Patrol ships and rotary-wing aircraft of the Navy Fleet Command and Naval Operations Command also intervene when necessary. Population safety For Col. Medeiros, conducting activities in an urban environment with civilians is one of the biggest challenges with the operation in Rio de Janeiro. “The concern with collateral damage to the population imposes certain considerations and limitations, especially when we face irregular adverse forces that take advantage of people’s proximity,” he said. “The population’s safety is a priority and requires adjustments, often significant, to the modus operandi of military forces.” Careful preparation at the core of FN training ensures the safety of participating service members. Amphibious and riverside operations, limited use of force, including peacekeeping, GLO, non-combatant, and humanitarian evacuations are among the skills FN units count on. For Lt. Gen. Zuccaro, the intervention in Rio de Janeiro is a great opportunity to put to the test knowledge and techniques gained in different trainings and exercises, while adjusting to the reality of GLO operations. “It enables FN to improve performance in this type of operation,” he said. Authorities intend to keep up with operations until year-end, based on the Joint Command’s plan. “The marines are, by nature, an expeditionary troop always at the ready, which allows for immediate deployment to different types of environments and missions, anywhere, with the ability to adapt to various conditions,” Lt. Gen. Zuccaro concluded.