The Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation Visiting Scholars conductresearch on important issues related to the United States, Europeand World Order at the Johns Hopkins University School of AdvancedInternational Studies (SAIS) in Washington, D.C.During the academic year 2019-2020 the university intends to hostthe following scholars:• 1 academic year scholar for a nine (9) month period fromSeptember 2019 to May 2020• 2-3 short-term scholars for an in-residence period of between 1and 3 monthsScholars are integrated into research, training, and outreachactivities of the Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation Professor atthe university. During the academic year 2019-2020 research andrelated activities will focus on Europe’s role in global order.Scholars will join a cohort of post-doctoral fellows who will focuson this subject during a regular series of high-level seminars,peer review sessions, and opportunities for direct engagement withsenior foreign policy practitioners and leading scholars ofstatecraft and world order. Each scholar is expected to complete aresearch paper during the period of residence according to theterms of the assignment entered into with the Foundation.To view the posting seeking long term scholars, visithttp://apply.interfolio.com/57774Applicants must have a doctorate or be at the post-doctorate level,have demonstrated research capacity, be fluent in English, and beeligible for a J-1 visa. 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The backyard and pool at 36 Carroll St, Bardon.The impressive four bedroom build created by Corella Construction, sits perched on 551sq m of land with city glimpses and a pool. The property also has a built-in outdoor kitchen complete with barbecue and wine fridge, wine cellar and designer appliances. The ourdoor kitchen at 36 Carroll St, Bardon.Mr Wheelans said homes of this standard in the Bardon area are few and far between.“There aren’t a lot of new builds in the area,” he said.“Especially of this calibre.“This one is a stand out for sure.” The home at 36 Carroll St, Bardon.Marketing agent Simon Wheelans of Place Real Estate, Paddington said over 200 people came to the inspection of 36 Carroll St, Bardon.Mr Wheelans said it was the biggest turn out he had seen at a single open home in his 30 year career.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus21 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market21 hours agoRThe designer kitchen at 36 Carroll St, Bardon.When asked why he thought it was such a success, Mr Wheelans said it was the marketing campaign that really drove the big numbers. “We’ve been planning this one even since December,” he said.“We’ve been using social media accounts to promote it in a big way.” 36 Carroll St, BardonThis contemporary new build in Bardon had its first open home over the weekend, and boy, was it a big one.
307 Views 2 comments Share Sharing is caring! LifestyleLocalNewsRegionalTravel Region urged to stick with LIAT by: Dominica Vibes News – September 10, 2015 CARICOM Chairman, Barbados’s Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has urged the region to stick with LIAT. LIAT, the region’s longest serving airline, is facing tremendous financial challenges as it struggles to survive. At present, Antigua & Barbuda, Barbados, Dominica and St Vincent & the Grenadians share fiscal responsibility for the airline.“LIAT has severed the Caribbean very well for 50 years has a very, very good security record,” the CARICOM chairman told a press briefing in Dominica on Wednesday 9 September 2015.Prime Minister Stuart said like most other businesses, LIAT “has its challenges and those challenges require tax payers of certain parts in the Caribbean to pull their pocket”.“At present Barbados is the largest shareholder because we are committed to LIAT and LIAT unites the people of the Caribbean, it has done work in the Caribbean that no other airline has been able to do. So it has its challenges but we have to continue to support LIAT,” he said. Mr. Stuart said although LIAT is not perfect it has rendered an estimable service to the Caribbean for over fifty (50) years. “You only have to ask yourself the question, were there no LIAT, what would be the state of popular interaction in the Caribbean to understand how important LIAT is to the Caribbean, so LIAT justifies itself”.“We have to make sure that it is as efficient an airline as possible, we are doing that but this takes a little time,” he said. Prime Minister Stuart said despite the concerns of high airfares, “the truth is without LIAT, interaction of the people of the Caribbean would be non-existent and therefore we have to stay with LIAT to give it all the support that it needs while trying to ensure that it is as efficiently run an airline as possible”. A LIAT shareholder meeting is scheduled for Friday 11 September 2015 in Antigua. Share Share Tweet