Job no: 100833-LIWork type: Faculty Full or Part Time, Faculty-Full Time,Faculty-Part TimeLocation: MadisonCategories: Dean, Director, Executive, Instructional,Research, ScientificDepartment: DEPT-A5490 Department(s): Limited Official Title: 100833-LI The School of Nursing is working with Academic Career &Executive Search (ACES) on this recruitment. Please go to thiswebsite, https://acesrch.applicantstack.com/x/openings, to visit their recruitment page. Search for “Wisconsin.”Interested applicants are requested to apply via the ACESwebsite.Please submit a cover letter referring to Position Vacancy Listing#100833, current curriculum vitae, three publications, and threeletters of reference as ONE pdf file.For full consideration, please submit your application by11/15/2020. Applications will continue to be reviewed until theposition is filled. Instructions to Applicants: Ongoing/Renewable An earned research doctorate in nursing or related field isrequired. This position is required to have a concurrent facultyappointment.To become tenured, the candidate’s qualifications must besufficient to meet the requirements for tenure at the University ofWisconsin-Madison, at the rank of Associate Professor or above. Weseek candidates who are tenured or who have the qualificationsnecessary to become tenured at UW-Madison in any health sciencesprofession.The School of Nursing is committed to inclusive excellence andstrongly encourages applications from candidates who foster andpromote diversity and inclusion.A criminal background check will be conducted prior tohiring. A549000-SCHOOL OF NURSING/RESEARCH/RESEARCH License or Certificate: Job Number: Current RN licensure in Wisconsin (or eligibility) isrequired. Minimum Years and Type of Relevant Work Experience: Contact: Position Duties: Degree and Area of Specialization: NegotiableANNUAL (12 months) Appointment Type, Duration: List of Duties Work Type: Additional Information: Diversity is a source of strength, creativity, and innovation forUW-Madison. We value the contributions of each person and respectthe profound ways their identity, culture, background, experience,status, abilities, and opinion enrich the university community. Wecommit ourselves to the pursuit of excellence in teaching,research, outreach, and diversity as inextricably linkedgoals.The University of Wisconsin-Madison fulfills its public mission bycreating a welcoming and inclusive community for people from everybackground – people who as students, faculty, and staff serveWisconsin and the world.For more information on diversity and inclusion on campus, pleasevisit: Diversity andInclusion ASSOCIATE DEAN(A51NN) The Associate Dean for Research and Sponsored Programs reports tothe Dean of the School of Nursing (SoN) and serves as the ChiefResearch Officer for the SoN. The Associate Dean works to advancethe quality and integrity of its research programs, providingstrategic vision, developing processes and procedures to supportgrant management and compliance processes, and providingconsultation and technical assistance to faculty, staff, students,and partners in the development of research proposals to advancethe school’s mission. The Associate Dean is responsible forproviding overall leadership and oversight for matters related toresearch innovation, compliance, and advancement. Linda [email protected] Access (WTRS): 7-1-1 (out-of-state: TTY: 800.947.3529, STS:800.833.7637) and above Phone number (See RELAY_SERVICE for furtherinformation. ) Institutional Statement on Diversity: Position Summary: Employment Class: The University of Wisconsin is an Equal Opportunity andAffirmative Action Employer. We promote excellence throughdiversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply.If you need to request an accommodation because of a disability,you can find information about how to make a request at thefollowing website: https://oed.wisc.edu/disability-accommodation-information-for-applicants/ Salary: Part Time: 50% – 80% Two years of academic leadership experience is required. Must havea record demonstrating leadership in the area of nursing research,significant contributions in research within a complex,research-intensive university, and a successful history of fundingresearch. The successful candidate will have a demonstrated abilityto participate and lead collaborative, interdisciplinary groups andfoster a culture that supports innovative research programsspanning knowledge creation, translation, dissemination, andimpact. Candidates should have exceptional conceptualization,organizational management, and leadership skills.The successful candidate must maintain an active program ofresearch.Qualifications must be sufficient to meet requirements for tenureat the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The University of Wisconsin-Madison is engaged in a Title and TotalCompensation (TTC) project to redesign job titles and compensationstructures. As a result of the TTC project, official job titles oncurrent job postings may change in Spring 2020. Job duties andresponsibilities will remain the same. For more information pleasevisit: https://hr.wisc.edu/title-and-total-compensation-study/.Employment will require a criminal background check. It will alsorequire you and your references to answer questions regardingsexual violence and sexual harassment.The University of Wisconsin System will not reveal the identitiesof applicants who request confidentiality in writing, except thatthe identity of the successful candidate will be released. See Wis.Stat. sec. 19.36(7).The Annual Security and FireSafety Report contains current campus safety and disciplinarypolicies, crime statistics for the previous 3 calendar years, andon-campus student housing fire safety policies and fire statisticsfor the previous 3 calendar years. UW-Madison will provide a papercopy upon request; please contact the University of Wisconsin PoliceDepartment . Advertised: 04 Oct 2019 Central Daylight TimeApplications close:
To follow the career of William Julius Wilson is to trace the evolution of the national conversation on race and class in America over the past half century.That was the overarching theme of the first full day of a three-day symposium celebrating the career of the Lewis P. and Linda L. Geyser University Professor Emeritus at the Knafel Center on Thursday.“One of the great functions of the University is to be a loving critic of society and of our country. Few people on our faculty have done that better,” said Harvard President Larry Bacow of Wilson, a MacArthur Prize Fellow who joined the Harvard faculty in 1996. “You have held a mirror up to our society. You have asked the toughest questions. You have challenged us as a nation, as a society, as a community to be better.”Bacow joined Edgerley Family Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Claudine Gay and Dean of Social Science Lawrence D. Bobo in praising the eminent sociologist before a capacity crowd.The Thursday-morning program began with a panel on “Race Relations/Inequality in Historical and Contemporary Perspectives” chaired by Mary C. Waters, the John L. Loeb Professor of Sociology. Panelists began with tributes and personal stories before engaging in a discussion of Wilson’s work.Jennifer Hochschild, the Henry LaBarre Jayne Professor of Government and professor of African and African American studies, tackled the questions raised in Wilson’s 1978 book, “The Declining Significance of Race: Blacks and Changing American Institution.” Looking at the book’s central assumption, Hochschild focused on context, asking, “Compared to what?”,Hochschild pointed out that in political terms, yes, issues of race appeared to be declining. The number of African Americans in Congress is increasing, as is white support for selected principles of racial equality, such as interracial marriage, candidates of color, and job access.However, she pointed out, in other ways race remains an issue. For example, although the number of Latinx eligible voters is rising, the number of Latinx voters is barely moving. In terms of state and federal incarceration, African Americans make up the greatest percentage by far. Although there has been some improvement, she noted that the overwhelming number of prisoners are young, poor African American men.Hochschild then turned the discussion to perception of race by displaying the results of a survey that asked whether a series of statements were racist. The respondents, who defined themselves along a liberal-conservative spectrum, rated comments about a border wall, integration, and the election of Donald Trump, among others. Hochschild said the results told her that “a large percentage of the American population just doesn’t see it.” Her conclusion was that while the importance of race is declining in some ways, largely thanks to demographics, in others it has increased.Orlando Patterson, the John Cowles Professor of Sociology, focused on two of Wilson’s books, his first, 1973’s “Power, Racism and Privilege: Race Relations in Theoretical and Sociohistorical Perspectives,” and his most recent, 2009’s “More than Just Race: Being Black and Poor in the Inner City.” Patterson said the first “draws brilliantly on history,” while the latter “probes deeply into the inner devastations of class and race oppression.”,Arguing for the importance of history and historical context, Patterson talked about the dual nature of oppression and racism.“There can be no serious study of racial oppression and inequality without fully recognizing that oppression works its evil in two ways, not one,” said Patterson.“There are the exterior structural brutalities of oppression and racism,” he said, naming unemployment and ghettoization as examples. “But we also know that 250 years of the social death of slavery and another century of the neo-slavery of Jim Crow … leave internal scars,” such as the “fragility of social relations,” as well as rage, hunger “not only for bread but for security,” and deep mistrust.Professor Jennifer Hochschild tackled the questions raised in Wilson’s 1978 book, “The Declining Significance of Race: Blacks and Changing American Institution.”Patterson pointed out that Wilson was raised by a single mother in poverty and understands the complex nature of these issues in a way that many in the field do not. Only by again broadening the field to include study of race and class issues in other countries can sociology make itself relevant, he said.New York University historian Thomas Sugrue, Ph.D. ’92, began by discussing the narrow-mindedness of his own field in the 1980s, when he first discovered Wilson’s work. Historians then were discouraged from studying sociology, or any other seemingly related work. However, Sugrue fell hard for Wilson’s works, which he recalled discovering in a Harvard Square bookstore while pursuing his doctorate here. In particular, he was inspired by Wilson’s 1987 “The Truly Disadvantaged: The Inner City, the Underclass, and Public Policy,” which he credited with shaping his own writings on work and the changing urban economy.Sugrue did note some flaws in the book’s approach. While Wilson dismissed simplistic early notions of African American society, he said, they both accepted a sexist view of gender roles in work. As a result, they both missed the importance of the movement of African American women into public service jobs, and how the elimination or downgrading of these jobs would affect society.“We need a more comprehensive study of class and race,” Sugrue said. But he said that even with its flaws, Wilson’s work laid the groundwork.Wilson briefly responded at the end of the session, noting that he agreed with the panelists’ major points. Responding directly to Hochschild, he said that his book had anticipated the changes she discussed. Economic class has become more important than race in some ways, he said, while the center of racial conflict has shifted from the economic to the socio-political sector.While thinking on race and class in American culture has shifted over time, the panelists agreed that Wilson’s work has both reflected and helped shape it. “Bill always wrote with a public audience in mind,” Sugrue said. “He always wrote that informed scholarship is necessary to engage on the important issues of our time.”The symposium will continue Friday at 8:30 a.m. with opening remarks by Dean of the Harvard Kennedy School, Douglas Elmendorf.
A variety of the Brazilian Navy’s resources are being employed in the exercises, such as a Combat Vehicle Landing Ship (Navio de Desembarque de Carros de Combate – NDCC), a General Cargo Landing Ship (Embarcação de Desembarque de Carga Geral – EDCG), helicopters and Amphibious Tanks (Carros-Lagarta Anfíbios – CLAnf). The Mexican Navy, for example, is contributing an NDCC and helicopters. During a press conference on November 16 to explain the importance of UNITAS, the resources involved and the activities conducted, Marine Corps Lieutenant General Alexandre José Barreto de Mattos said that “The goal of Unitas Amphibious is to increase interoperability and planning and execution capabilities for amphibious operations among the Forces of the participating countries. In addition, there are also national goals, including a level of integration among participating nations and training the general staffs to conduct joint operations through use of a multinational force in a realistic regional scenario.” By Dialogo November 18, 2015 It’s very important to keep up with the events taking place here in our country. It is important to maintain all Allied Forces operational in South America. I suggest the reserves be trained as well with training held annually to avoid losing touch. This release of information to the Brazilian people is important. Yes..I liked it. It is very positiveSince Brazil isn’t at warThe Marines are always in good shape. I’m not military, but I have always followed the news about this operation that unites the Americas by defending the sovereignty of three Americas. Congratulations. THESE OPERATIONS WON’T GUARANTEE US THAT OUR BRAZIL WILL NEVER TURN COMMUNIST! THE ONLY ONES WHO REMAIN THAT CAN FINISH CLEARING OUT THE CORRUPT MISGOVERNING OUR COUNTRY ARE THE FEDERAL POLICE AND FEDERAL PUBLIC PROSECUTOR. STEP TO THE FRONT PATRIOTS! As an ex-Marine, I see it as critically important for our country and to better prepare our troops. This type of exercise is very important. Our troops trained and prepared. May the strength of love and light prevail on the planet. This exercise is very important for both the Brazilian Navy and Marine Corps, as well as its contingent because of the integration of countries, different customs, and different languages, for which the military can share information. It is very important for the Navy of Brazil. Congratulations on this initiative and to Brazil for hosting and giving a warm welcome to our fellow military counterparts. ADSUMUS (Here we are). I think it’s excellent. I admire and respect the work of all service members. It is essential that information sharing always remain. I would like to take this opportunity to ask you to stick around longer. Make yourself at home and please feel welcome. Brazil needs you. May God bless you and warm regards! Nice. I liked it. The countries in the Americas need to do more than just military exercises. We need to share experiences in all sectors: health, economy, fighting hunger and unemployment so that we can truly come together to counter the dreadful communist policy that degrades our countries. I don’t want to see savage capitalism here, but rather, healthy capitalism that makes a country grow. Long live Brazil! And long live America! May God bless everyone. I was a Marine and I participated in this operation.It is very important for we Brazilians.I hope there are several more of these operations. It was great that the policies of the Armed Forces are in unison with the Naval Forces. The union of nations in priorities such as security is indispensable and just as the criminals advance to cause damage, so should we advance to counteract them.This union of forces helps us to form closer ties of friendship among countries.May God bless and help those involved. It’s an exercise of great value and is necessary to measure Marine Corps members’ level of Training. That multinational exercise allows for forming ties of friendship and security in the region. in 2016 will it be in rio de janeiro too ? The second phase of the largest, annual, regional naval exercise has kicked off in the waters of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans of South America: UNITAS, which means “united” in Latin. Brazil is the host of Unitas Amphibious (2015), a joint military training between the Marine Corps of various countries of the Americas. The event held November 15-24 is being led by the Brazilian Navy (MB), through the Marine Corps (FN) Command. From November 15-18, the Brazilian Navy’s Marine Corps Training Center is offering training in marksmanship, military operations in urban areas, operations with aircraft, operations with amphibious vehicles, and training on human rights, among other activities. From November 19-23, on Ilha da Marambaia, Rio de Janeiro, the tactical execution phase of the Operation will be conducted, to include an amphibious incursion in a simulated hostile setting, with the goal of liberating refugees and rendering humanitarian aid to them. The first phase, organized by the Chilean Navy, was carried out in the Pacific Ocean October 14-25, and involved training forces from the Western Hemisphere in various maritime scenarios. Twenty ships or patrol boats participated, plus three submarines and various aircraft from Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, the United States and other countries. More than 7,500 service members attended the training, in six foreign units and seven Chilean Naval units. The activities took place between Valparaíso and Coquimbo and involved 14 war ships. UNITAS began in 1960. It is the oldest multinational exercise organized by the US Navy. Colonel Michael Cuccio, Chief of Staff at United States Marine Corps Forces, South, who also participated in the press conference, said that his country brought to the joint exercises, among other things, helicopters, Osprey vertical take-off and landing aircraft, in addition to the USS GEORGE WASHINGTON (CVN 73) aircraft carrier. “During UNITAS, the forces participated in various security cooperation events in the theatre of operations, including military-to-military cooperation, humanitarian assistance, disaster response, joint exchanges, exercises and operations, in addition to maritime security.” Col. Cuccio also said that all the countries had benefited from this exchange, and that “no one is here to teach anyone else; instead, we all end up learning from each other.” Marine General Fernando explained that the exercise serves to prioritize collaboration in security matters and to improve coalition operations among the participating navies. The exercises are sponsored jointly by the United States and the partner nations of South America. Approximately 1,000 Marines from Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru and the United States are participating in the Atlantic phase of the exercises. The Commandant of the Brazilian Marine Corps explained during the press conference, held at the Brazilian Navy’s Marine Corps Training Center in Ilha do Governador, Rio de Janeiro, that “UNITAS is intended to deepen friendly relations and mutual cooperation among the participating navies; to highlight and promote awareness of human rights; to establish relevant lessons learned, thus improving diplomatic relations; and foster the bonds of mutual cooperation already existing among the Marine Corps of the countries in attendance.”
AdvertisementManchester United have confirmed via their official website and social media accounts that Marcus Rashford will don the iconic No. 10 jersey.Rashford now joins the rank of legends such as David Beckham, Ruud van Nistelrooy, Wayne Rooney and Zlatan Ibrahimovic who all wore the famous number.He wore the No. 10 for the first time in the Red Devils’ 1-0 defeat to Bayern Munich and after the match, Manchester United’s official Twitter account confirmed it was his new squad number.It’s official – @MarcusRashford is #MUFC’s new no.10! 👍 pic.twitter.com/aEGPzmz5WB— Manchester United (@ManUtd) August 5, 2018Rashford wore the No. 19 jersey last season and takes over the No. 10 from Ibrahimovic who joined LA Galaxy in March.Jose Mourinho told MUTV that Rashford wanted to wear the No. 10 from the very beginning.“He wanted it,” Mourinho said.“He always wanted it. Of course, he respected the big Rooney and then Zlatan wanted to have it.“Of course, he was in the shadow, waiting for the opportunity and now the shirt is empty.“It’s something fantastic for the kid, let’s give the shirt to him.” Football: Yerry Mina to Manchester United? Advertisement