The LATTC President search public forum with finalists, Dr. Nicole Albo-Lopez, Dr. Matilda Chavez, Dr. Alfred McQuarters, and Dr. Scott Thayer will take place tomorrow, Tuesday, February 28. You can learn more about each candidate via the candidate bios.
The forum will be held in-person at the Culinary Arts Building (E3-106A) according to the schedule below. Those who are unable to attend the forum in-person may stream it virtually via the Zoom link below.
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Three finalist candidates will visit campus in February. Each candidate will be on campus for two days and will have roughly 20 meetings with faculty, staff, students, and community leaders. The Board of Trustees would like to encourage the campus community to attend the campus forums as an opportunity to learn more about each candidate and ask questions. The participation, engagement, and feedback from the campus community will be critical for the Board of Trustees as we evaluate each of the finalists during the decision-making process.The CV, cover letter, and feedback survey for each finalist will be posted to the Presidential Search web page located on the Board of Trustees site 24 hours prior to their individual campus interviews. All feedback surveys will be available through Friday, February 17, 2023.At the campus forums, each finalist will make a brief presentation regarding their interest in PSU, which will be followed by an open question and answer period.
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The Boutique and Independent Firm Forum (BIFF) provides a venue for boutique, small and sole proprietor member firms to share best practices and exchange solutions to common challenges. The forum is a noncompetitive environment where members contribute openly as much as they feel comfortable sharing in facilitated discussions. Discussion topics range from client development and marketing, to operational issues around running a firm, all focused on trends in the executive search and leadership consulting profession.
The forum will offer University community members the opportunity to have input regarding the position and the desired characteristics and experience of someone in that role, says Marcelle Haddix, associate provost for strategic initiatives.
The Office of Academic Strategic Initiatives also announced the formation of a committee consisting of faculty, staff and students to take part in the search process. Committee members are the following:
The person will also be looked to for creative and strategic leadership to foster collaborative, co-curricular partnerships contributing to excellence in teaching, research and the student experience.
Ohio University Executive Vice President and Provost Dr. Elizabeth Sayrs announces four finalists for the position of vice president for research and creative activity/dean of the Graduate College with interviews on Feb. 27 and March 3, 9 and 20.
As part of the interview process, the University community will have an opportunity to interact with the candidates during open forums. Candidates will deliver a brief presentation and answer questions from students, faculty, and staff.
Founded in 1976 as a nonprofit organization, the Police Executive Research Forum (PERF) is a police research and policy organization and a provider of management services, technical assistance, and executive-level education to support law enforcement agencies. PERF helps to improve the delivery of police services through the exercise of strong national leadership; public debate of police and criminal justice issues; and research and policy development.
PERF produces publications that summarize its research findings and development of policy guidance and best practices. Most PERF reports are available without charge in our Online Library. Recent publications include:
The Statistics & Mathematics Career Forums are held during the Fall and Spring terms of each academic year. Undergraduate and graduate students are invited to attend the Career Forums to meet and network with various companies who may be hiring for full-time, part-time, or internship work. Students in Statistics, Statistics + CS, Mathematics, and Mathematics + CS programs are welcomed to attend the event by registering beforehand during the announced registration period. Additionally, students interested in being apart of the Career Forum will want to register with Handshake @ Illinois in order to create their unique account and network with employers more efficiently. Through Handshake you will also be notified of other career fairs and forums that are held across campus and that are open to students outside of a particular degree program.
Students who register before the posted deadline can opt to have their resumes provided to the attending companies in advance. You are still encouraged to bring several copies of your current resume for employers to view during the event. Students are encouraged to research the posted list of companies in advance of the event so that they may prepare for quick discussions with recruiters during the event or possibly on the spot interviews. In addition to doing research on the attending companies you should also take advantage of the many workshops and services provided by The Career Center. In addition to hosting a variety of workshops, they can help you write your resume, cover letter, personal statement, and general professional communication and letters.
The attending companies for each career forum does change depending on availability of a recruiter and the availability of positions they have to offer. So be sure to review the attending companies each semester upon receiving the career forum email announcements.
Background: Initial reports describing coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) were dominated by the presence of cough, breathlessness, and fever; anecdotal reports suggested anosmia may also be a manifestation. We used Google Trends (GT) to investigate whether there was a surge in individuals searching for information related to smell loss during the COVID-19 epidemic in Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom, the United States, Germany, France, Iran, and The Netherlands.
Methods: GT was used to explore internet activity related to loss of smell in the 8 aforementioned countries. Spearman rank analysis was performed to correlate loss-of-smell-relative search volumes (RSVs), with the increases of daily confirmed cases of COVID-19 and deaths attributed to disease. As a control event, we also performed analysis of smell-related searches during the last UK influenza epidemic of 2009.
Conclusion: There is a strong correlation between the frequency of searches for smell-related information and the onset of COVID-19 infection in Italy, Spain, UK, USA, Germany, France, Iran, and The Netherlands. We hypothesize this may relate to a previously underrecognized symptom.
She received her A.B. from Harvard University, her J.D. from Yale Law School, and a Ph.D. in History and Social Study of Science and Technology from M.I.T. Prior to joining UCLA Law, Mnookin was professor of law and Barron F. Black Research Professor at the University of Virginia School of Law. She was also visiting professor of law at Harvard Law School.
Dean Mnookin is a tremendous leader and person, and the University of Wisconsin is lucky to have her as its next chancellor. Her inclusive, collaborative approach to leadership, understanding of leading public research universities, and deep commitment to making a difference has allowed her to have an important impact at the law school, across the University, and nationally and internationally in partnership with other deans. I cannot imagine a more ideal choice.
"The Board of Curators has begun a nationwide search to identify and recruit the best possible person to become the University of Missouri's next president," said Don Walsworth of Marceline, chairman of the Board of Curators. "We seek an exemplary leader of national stature to guide the University during an era marked by great challenges and unlimited opportunities for higher education."
Walsworth and Curators Bo Fraser of Columbia and Warren Erdman of Kansas City are scheduled to attend Monday's forum in Columbia, which begins at 4 p.m. and runs until 5:30 p.m. in Room 208-C of Reynolds Alumni Center on the MU campus.
On Tuesday, March 20, presidential search forums are scheduled for Rolla and Springfield. The Rolla forum runs from 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. in the Carver-Turner Room at the Havener Center on the University of Missouri-Rolla campus. The Springfield forum runs from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. that day at the Discovery Center Auditorium, 438 East St. Louis Street.
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