The Mahindra Humanities Center welcomes all Harvard graduate students to submit proposals to coordinate an Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Conference. Funding for the conference will be available up to the amount of $8,000. The Barker Center’s Thompson Room has been reserved on Friday, April 20 and Saturday, April 21, 2018. Proposals should consist of a one- to two-page description, outlining the proposed theme, structure, timeline, keynote speaker (if applicable), and well-thought-out budget. Conference topic should be interdisciplinary, and proposal should make the case for its innovative approaches and relevance to a range of fields. Please submit proposals via email to [email protected] by Monday, Oct. 2, 2017. For complete guidelines, visit the link below. Read Full Story
12-16 Champion Lane, Wellington Point. 12-16 Champion Lane, Wellington Point.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor7 hours agoGlenn Bool, from McGrath Estate Agents Bulimba – Balmoral, said he was honoured to market the home, which goes to auction on April 9 at 2pm.“It was a direct referral from the previous vendor at 18 Champion Lane, right next door, which I sold two years ago,” Mr Bool said. 12-16 Champion Lane, Wellington Point.One of Australia’s most successful businessman Michael Sherrin is selling his two-bedroom, two-bathroom home at Wellington Point. The property, at 12-16 Champion Lane, is on a massive 1280sq m block with views overlooking King Island and Moreton Island.Sherrin is the owner of a successful motor racing team, Sherrin Racing, and owner of Sherrin Rentals, an earthmoving equipment rental company. 12-16 Champion Lane, Wellington Point.He said it was rare for a property like Champion Lane to come on the market.“Apart from the sale of 18 Champion Lane, the most recent sale prior was in 2002, so it is extremely tightly held and highly sought real estate.” 12-16 Champion Lane, Wellington Point.Mr Bool said standout features of the home included the land content.He said there were three lots on the one title so it had “enormous” development potential. “The views are direct north from the rear across the bay and islands, and cannot be built out,” Mr Bool said.
Facebook Twitter Google+ The Daily Orange is a nonprofit newsroom that receives no funding from Syracuse University. Consider donating today to support our mission.Syracuse football will play five home and away Atlantic Coast Conference games and one nonconference game this season, according to an updated 2020 schedule SU Athletics released Thursday. The updated schedule comes after the ACC switched to 10 conference games and one nonconference game amid coronavirus concerns. The Orange will play its nonconference game of the season against Liberty in the Carrier Dome on Oct. 17.Nine of the Orange’s 11 opponents remain unchanged from the original schedule, which featured four nonconference and eight conference games. Instead of playing Western Michigan, Rutgers and Colgate, the Orange will now face Notre Dame and North Carolina. Syracuse will also have five away games instead of the originally planned six, and two of those opponents will finish the 2019 season in the AP Top 25 (Notre Dame and Clemson).The Orange will still open with back-to-back road games, though the season’s start has been delayed by one week. Instead of opening the renovated Carrier Dome against Colgate on Sept. 19, SU will host Georgia Tech on Sept. 26. Following a week four bye, the Orange play four home games in five weeks, with a road trip to national runner-up Clemson sandwiched into the five game stretch. AdvertisementThis is placeholder textFollowing a second bye in November, SU concludes its regular season with a Friday night road trip to Louisville, the home finale against North Carolina State and a road trip to Notre Dame for its final 2020 game. The Fighting Irish are playing a full ACC schedule this season instead of its traditional four ACC opponents that rotate annually.Here’s Syracuse’s full schedule, with the nonconference game bolded and opponents’ 2019 record included:Sept. 12 — at North Carolina (7-6)Sept. 19 — at Pittsburgh (8-5)Sept. 26 — vs. Georgia Tech (3-9)Oct. 3 — BYEOct. 10 — vs. Duke (5-7)Oct. 17 — vs. Liberty (8-5)Oct. 24 — at Clemson (14-1)Oct. 31 — vs. Wake Forest (8-5)Nov. 7 — vs. Boston College (6-7)Nov. 14 — BYENov. 20 (Friday) — at Louisville (8-5)Nov. 28 – North Carolina State (4-8)Dec. 5 — at Notre Dame (11-2) Published on August 6, 2020 at 9:55 am Contact Anthony: [email protected] Comments
The United Nations has named Josette Sheeran, the head of the World Food Programme (WFP) as a high-level envoy for Haiti who will develop a comprehensive fund-raising strategy to finance its plans to deal with the cholera outbreak in the country.UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres says Sheeran has accepted a salary of one US dollar per year to be fully engaged in fundraising.Last week, UN Deputy-General Secretary Amina J. Mohammed told member states that only US$2.7 million had been raised in dealing with the epidemic that has resulted in the death of thousands of people.He said that only US$183,000 was leftIn February, Guterres wrote to member countries asking if they intended to make voluntary cholera contributions and received a lukewarm response.He is reported to be asking countries to turn over US$40.5 million to the cholera fund, money that will be left over when the mission in Haiti ends.The UN has not accepted responsibility for the introduction of the disease in Haiti even though scientific studies have traced it to Nepalese soldiers that were stationed near a river in the rural town of Mirebalais in the Central Plateau region after the devastating 2010, earthquake.Sheeran, a former US State Department official, has experience in attracting world attention to burgeoning problems. In 2008, as food prices dramatically increased, she warned of a worldwide food crisis and heavily lobbied the United States and other governments for additional aid.Haitian President meets with Mike Pence in Miamiwww.caribbeannationalweekly.com