Awards and prizes

Awards and prizes

December 7: Science, technology, and math. The Urban Land Institute is usurpation applications for a 14th Annual ULI Hines Student Competition. This is an ideas foe that calls for multidisciplinary connoisseur tyro teams of 5 students to digest an civic growth prophesy and contest to win $50,000. Students contingency form their teams and request by Dec 7. Visit a institute’s website for some-more details. Contact: Urban Land Institute; udcompetition@uli.org; http://uli.org/programs/awards-competitions/hines-student-design-competition

December 15: Business/administrative affairs. The American Association of University Administrators is soliciting nominations for an array of awards noticing superb sold executive and caring use or model higher-education organizational and module models. Visit a organization’s website for some-more details. Contact: Dan King; (814) 460-6498; dking@aaua.org; http://www.aaua.org

December 15: Science, technology, and math. The Gruber Foundation is usurpation nominations for a Cosmology Prize. Nominations are acquire from a fields of astronomy, cosmology, mathematics, and a truth of science. Individuals, organizations, and institutions that are active in or have an appreciation for contemporary cosmological investigate and investigate might contention nominations. Visit a foundation’s website for some-more details. Contact: Gruber Foundation; (203) 432-6231; nominations@gruber.yale.edu; http://gruber.yale.edu/cosmology-prize-nomination-criteria

January 15: Humanities. Poets Writers has comparison a state of Hawaii for a 2016 Writers Exchange Award. Poets and novella writers who are residents of Hawaii are acquire to contention an concentration if they: have never published a book; or have published no some-more than one full-length book in a genre in that they are applying; and have resided in Hawaii for during slightest dual years before to a date they contention their manuscript. Visit a website for some-more details. Contact: Poets Writers; http://www.pw.org/about-us/maureen_egen_writers_exchange_award

January 29: Science, technology, and math. ABB has determined a ABB Research Award in Honor of Hubertus von Gr√ºnberg, that honors a best Ph.D. theme within a fields of energy and automation, as unsentimental in utilities, industries, and ride and infrastructure. It consists of a $300,000 personal investigate extend for postdoctoral investigate within a operation of energy and automation in a areas in question. Visit a program’s website for some-more details. Contact: http://new.abb.com/hvg-award

February 1: Arts. Nominations for Northwestern University’s Nemmers Prize in Music Composition will be supposed from Oct 1 by Feb 1, 2016. The esteem carries an endowment of $100,000 and is open to those with superb career achievements. It is ubiquitous in concentration and therefore awarded to any exemplary composer though courtesy to citizenship or institutional affiliation. Only vital composers might be nominated. The target contingency be permitted for a four-week residency during Northwestern U. (the weeks might be non-consecutive) and means to correlate with imagination and students. Visit a university’s website for some-more details. Contact: Nemmers Prize; http://www.nemmers.northwestern.edu

February 1: Social and behavioral sciences. The W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research is usurpation proposals for a Early Career Research Awards that yield resources for youth imagination (untenured and within 6 years of carrying fitting a PhD) to lift out policy-related investigate on labor marketplace issues. The hospital encourages investigate proposals on all issues compared to labor markets and open workforce policy. The extent endowment volume is $5,000. Visit a institute’s website for some-more details. Contact: W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research; http://www.upjohn.org/about-us/news-information/grant-opportunities

April 15: Social and behavioral sciences. Brandeis University accepts nominations for a Joseph B. and Toby Gittler Prize, that recognizes people who have done superb contributions to racial, ethnic, and/or eremite relations. The endowment includes a $25,000 money esteem and a medal. Both a esteem and endowment are presented during a rite that includes a usurpation and a open harangue by a recipient. Recipients need not be American adults or reside in a U.S. To be considered, possibilities contingency be rigourously nominated. Self nominations are not accepted. Nominations contingency be perceived by Apr 15 for possibilities to be deliberate for an endowment to be conferred in a following educational year. Visit a university’s website for some-more details. Contact: John Hose; (781) 736-3005; hose@brandeis.edu; http://www.brandeis.edu/gittlerprize/index.html

July 8: Social and behavioral sciences. The W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research invites submissions for a annual esteem for a best Ph.D. theme on employment-related issues. A first-place esteem of $2,500 is being offered, and adult to dual honest discuss awards of $1,000 might also be given. The theme might come from any educational discipline, though it contingency have a estimable process focus. Any chairman whose theme has been supposed during a 24-month generation from Jul 1, 2014 to Jun 30, 2016 is authorised for a prize. Contact: W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research; (269) 343-5541; communications@upjohn.org; http://www.upjohn.org/about-us/news-information/dissertation-award

Humanities. Translations of Japanese novel into English for caring for a Japan-U.S. Friendship Commission Prize for a Translation of Japanese Literature. The Donald Keene Center of Japanese Culture annually awards $6,000 prizes for a best interpretation of a complicated work or a exemplary work, or a esteem is divided between equally renowned translations. Visit a website for some-more details. Contact: Donald Keene Center of Japanese Culture; http://www.keenecenter.org/content/view/58/76

Humanities. Columbia University awards a Bancroft Prizes annually to authors of renowned works in possibly or both of a following categories: American story (including biography) and diplomacy. The foe is open to all regardless of tie to Columbia University. Applicants do not need to be a U.S. citizen to apply. Submitted works contingency be created in English or have a published interpretation in English. Volumes of papers, letters, and speeches of famous Americans, unless edited by a author, are not eligible. Autobiography comes within a terms of a esteem though books stating on new personal use of Americans, within a singular area both in time and geography, are not deliberate eligible. Visit a university’s website for some-more details. Contact: http://library.columbia.edu/about/awards/bancroft.html

Science, technology, and math. The American Chemical Society Award for Encouraging Women into Careers in a Chemical Sciences, determined by a Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation, recognizes poignant accomplishments by people who have wild or fostered a seductiveness of women in chemistry, compelling their veteran growth as chemists or chemical engineers. The endowment consists of $5,000; a certificate; a extend of $10,000 that will be done to an educational establishment designated by a target to strengthen a activities in assembly a objectives of a award; and adult to $1,500 for transport losses reimbursement. Nominations for a award, due Nov 1 annually, might come from any veteran setting: academia, industry, government, or other eccentric facility. Visit a organization’s website for some-more details. Contact: American Chemical Society; (202) 872-4575; awards@acs.org; http://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/funding-and-awards/awards/national/bytopic/acs-award-for-encouraging-women-into-careers-in-the-chemical-sciences.html

Science, technology, and math. The American Chemical Society Award for Encouraging Disadvantaged Students into Careers in a Chemical Sciences, determined by a Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation, recognizes poignant accomplishments by people in sensitive students, underrepresented in a profession, to name careers in a chemical sciences and engineering. The endowment consists of $5,000; a certificate; a extend of $10,000 that will be done to an educational institution, designated by a recipient, to strengthen a activities in assembly a objectives of a award; and adult to $1,500 for transport losses reimbursement. Nominations for a award, due Nov 1 annually, might come from any veteran setting: academia, industry, government, or other eccentric facility. Visit a organization’s website for some-more details. Contact: American Chemical Society; (202) 872-4575; awards@acs.org; http://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/funding-and-awards/awards/national/bytopic/acs-award-for-encouraging-disadvantaged-students-into-careers-in-the-chemical-sciences.html

Fellowships

December 19: Professional fields. The International Women’s Media Foundation is usurpation applications for stating fellowships to a Mexico-U.S. extent and Colombia. Six women reporters will be comparison to news on mercantile growth and a tellurian impact of emigration on a Mexico-U.S. extent from Apr 1-14; and 6 women will also be comparison to cover themes of farming and mercantile growth in a post-conflict context in Colombia from Apr 1-14. Applicants contingency be dependent or freelance women reporters with during slightest 3 years of veteran knowledge in broadcasting operative in print, broadcast, or digital media. Applicants contingency be means to denote support from an editor or have a proven lane record of announcement in distinguished media outlets. All nationalities are acquire to apply. Applicants with Spanish and English denunciation inclination are strongly elite and contingency have glorious created and created skills in sequence to entirely attend in and advantage from a program. Visit a foundation’s website for some-more details. Contact: http://www.iwmf.org/our-impact/adelante/fellowship-opportunities/call-for-applications

December 31: Arts. The Library of Congress is usurpation applications for a Harper-Inglis Postgraduate Conservation Fellowship, that provides rising conservators who have finished their grave credentials in book, paper, or sketch charge with a event to concentration on a investigate devise while enlightening their unsentimental skills. Applicants contingency be U.S. citizens; graduates of a famous art charge connoisseur module or have homogeneous training in book, paper, or sketch conservation; and have no some-more than 5 years of applicable work experience. A contribution of $39,000 will be supposing for this year-long fellowship. Visit a library’s website for some-more details. Contact: Mary Oey, Conservation Division; moey@loc.gov; http://www.loc.gov/preservation/outreach/intern/HIcons.html

December 31: Social and behavioral sciences. Applications for a Beyster, Kelso, and George S. Pillsbury Fellowships and compared fellowships for a 2016-2017 educational year for a investigate worker batch ownership, distinction sharing, and broad-based batch options in a U.S. house and in society, and a thought and use of broadened tenure of collateral in a approved multitude in a United States. The fellowships are open to Ph.D. possibilities and postdoctoral scholars and those with veteran degrees. Most stipends are for $25,000 or $12,500 and are awarded during a scholars’ home university or for residency during Rutgers University School of Management and Labor Relations. Submit a 1500-word devise outline and 3 references sent alone by a referees in sequence to apply. For information, greatfully email: beysterfellowships@smlr.rutgers.edu or kelso_fellowships@smlr.rutgers.edu. Contact: Rutgers School of Management and Labor Relations; beysterfellowships@smlr.rutgers.edu; http://smlr.rutgers.edu/research-and-centers/fellowship-programs

January 15: Arts. Applications for a Terra Foundation’s Summer Residency module are due on Jan 15. The module brings together doctoral scholars of American art and rising artists worldwide for a nine-week residential module in a ancestral encampment of Giverny, France. It encourages eccentric work while providing seminars and mentoring by comparison scholars and artists to inspire thoughtfulness and debate. Candidates worldwide can apply. Applicants contingency possibly be a visible artist with a master’s grade or a homogeneous during a time of application, or a doctoral claimant researching American art and visible enlightenment or a purpose in a context of ubiquitous artistic sell before to 1980. Candidates during all stages of doctoral investigate and essay are acquire to apply. Applicants contingency be nominated by their theme confidant or highbrow or before art-school supervisor. Visit a foundation’s website for some-more details. Contact: tsr@terraamericanart.eu; http://www.terraamericanart.org/what-we-offer/grant-fellowship-opportunities/terra-summer-residency

January 15: Other. The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee is usurpation applications for a Ruth and David Musher/JDC Archives Fellowship, that awards one brotherhood per year to a academician intent in graduate-level, postdoctoral, or eccentric investigate to control investigate in a JDC Archives trickery in New York or Jerusalem. A $2,500 will be provided. Applications are due Jan 15. Contact: American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee; archives@jdc.org; http://archives.jdc.org/about-us/fellowships.html

January 15: Other. The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee is usurpation applications for a Fred and Ellen Lewis/JDC Archives Fellowship, that awards adult to dual fellowships any year to scholars intent in graduate-level, postdoctoral, or eccentric investigate to control investigate in a JDC Archives trickery in New York or Jerusalem. Fellows accept grants of $2,000 to $5,000. Applications are due Jan 15. Contact: American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee; archives@jdc.org; http://archives.jdc.org/about-us/fellowships.html

January 22: Humanities. Applications are being supposed for a Library of Congress‚Äôs 2016 Junior Fellows Summer Intern program. The module is for 10 weeks and provides a contribution of $3,000. Applicants contingency be U.S. citizens, now enrolled in a degree-granting module during an accredited higher-education establishment during a undergraduate or connoisseur levels, or have graduated given Aug from an undergraduate or connoisseur program. Visit a library’s website for details. Contact: Kristopher Nelson; (202) 707-5764; juniorfellows2016@loc.gov; http://www.loc.gov/hr/jrfellows/index.html

January 31: Health/medicine. The American Parkinson Disease Association is usurpation applications for a Medical Students Summer Fellowship, that enables medical students to perform supervised laboratory or clinical research. The brotherhood is for 3 months and a contribution of $4,000 will be provided. Applicants should be full-time medical students in good educational station during a credited U.S. medical school. Visit a organization’s website for some-more details. Contact: American Parkinson Disease Association; http://www.apdaparkinson.org/research/medical-students-summer-fellowships

February 1: Humanities. Applications for a John Dana Archbold Fellowship that supports educational sell between a U.S. and Norway. Fellowships are charity to Americans and Norwegians for a year of graduate, postdoctoral, or veteran investigate or research. Visit a website for some-more details. Contact: Anne-Brith Berge; (281) 537-6879; anne-brith@nacchouston.org; http://noram.no/en/scholarship-americans

March 1: Humanities. The American Philosophical Society Library offers short-term residential fellowships for conducting investigate in a collections. We are a heading ubiquitous core for investigate in a story of American grant and record and a European roots, as good as early American story and culture. A contribution of $3,000 per month is awarded for a smallest of one month and a extent of 3 months. Candidates who live 75 or some-more miles from Philadelphia might accept some preference. Visit a website for some-more details. Contact: American Philosophical Society Library; (215) 440-3443; libfellows@amphilsoc.org; http://www.amphilsoc.org/grants/library

March 11: Health/medicine. The American Parkinson Disease Association is usurpation applications for a Postdoctoral Research Fellowships for a 2016-17 educational year. The fellowships lift grants of adult to $35,000. Applicants contingency have finished their M.D., O.D., Ph.D, M.D./Ph.D., O.D./Ph.D., or clinical residency module within dual years of a conflict of a due award. Visit a organization’s website for some-more details. Contact: American Parkinson Disease Association; http://www.apdaparkinson.org/research/postdoctoral-research-fellowships

March 11: Health/medicine. The American Parkinson Disease Association offers a Dr. George C. Cotzias Memorial Fellowships to assistance immature neurologists settle careers in fields applicable to a problems, causes, prevention, diagnosis, and diagnosis of Parkinson’s illness and compared neurological transformation disorders. Fellows will accept $80,000 per year for 3 uninterrupted years to cover income support and investigate expenses. Applicants be physicians and contingency be U.S. adults or permanent residents who are completing, or have completed, training in a clinical fortify endangered with disorders of a shaken system. Applicants should be instructors or partner professors and should be no some-more than 6 years over execution of their clinical training during a time of submission. Also, margin contingency be sponsored by a nonprofit establishment in a U.S. or a territories. Visit a organization’s website for some-more details. Contact: American Parkinson Disease Association; http://www.apdaparkinson.org/research/dr-george-c-cotzias-memorial-fellowship-application

November 1: Humanities. The American Philosophical Association administers a David Baumgardt Memorial Fellowship to support and disseminate investigate in a margin of ethics. Competition for this brotherhood is open to possibilities of any nationality, operative in any country, whose investigate has some temperament on a philosophical interests of a late David Baumgardt. The brotherhood provides a $5,000 award. Visit a organization’s website for some-more details. Contact: American Philosophical Association; prizes@apaonline.org; http://www.apaonline.org/?baumgardt

December 6: Other. The John W. Kluge Center during a Library of Congress is usurpation applications for a brotherhood in digital studies. The brotherhood is open to scholars worldwide who are meddlesome in conducting deep, empirically-grounded investigate into a consequences of a digital array on how people think, how multitude functions, and on ubiquitous relations. Proposals might also try and investigate rising trends and new phenomena that might beget element changes in a future. All proposals contingency state a significance of a investigate to elemental meditative about a tellurian condition. A contribution of $4,200 per month for adult to 11 months will be provided. The brotherhood is open to U.S. adults and unfamiliar nationals. Scholars from all disciplines might apply. A Ph.D. or other modernized depot grade is strongly preferred. Visit a library’s website for some-more details. Contact: John W. Kluge Center; (202) 707-3302; scholarly@loc.gov; http://www.loc.gov/loc/kluge/fellowships/kluge-digital.html

Health/medicine. Applications acquire for a Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars module during a University of Pennsylvania. The module is for dual to 3 years and it provides masters-level interdisciplinary training to scholars to yield them with a compulsory skills to urge health and medical in village settings. Visit a program’s website for some-more details. Contact: http://www.med.upenn.edu/rwjcsp/program.shtml

Humanities. Hagley Museum and Library invites applications for a Henry Belin du Pont Research Dissertation Fellowships. These fellowships are designed for connoisseur students who have finished all march work for a doctoral grade and are conducting investigate on their dissertation. This is a four-month residential fellowship. A contribution of $6,500 is supposing as good as giveaway housing on Hagley’s grounds, use of a computer, mail and Internet access, and an office. The annual deadline is Nov 15. Visit a library’s website for some-more details. Contact: Hagley Museum and Library; http://www.hagley.org/library-fellowships

Humanities. The Hill Museum and Manuscript Library invites applications for a Swenson Family Fellowships in Eastern Christian Manuscript Studies. The brotherhood is open to connoisseur students or postdoctoral scholars (those who are within 3 years of being awarded a doctoral grade during a time of application) with demonstrated imagination in a languages and cultures of Eastern Christianity. Awards operation from $2,500 to $5,000 and residences final from dual to 6 weeks. The deadlines are: Apr 15 (for residencies between Jul and Dec of a same year) and Nov 15 (for residencies between Jan and Jun of a following year). Visit a library’s website for some-more details. Contact: hmmlfellowships@csbsju.edu; http://www.hmml.org/research2010/Swenson.htm

Humanities. The National Endowment for a Arts’s Translation Projects grants support a interpretation of specific works of prose, poetry, or play from other languages into English. Grant amounts are for $12,500 or $25,000. Translations of writers and of work that are not good represented in English interpretation are encouraged. Also, priority will be given to projects that engage work that has not been before translated into English. Who might apply: U.S. adults and permanent residents. Visit a organization’s website for some-more details. Contact: National Endowment for a Arts; (202) 682-5034; LitFellowships@arts.gov

Humanities. The Herzog Aug Bibliothek is usurpation applications for a doctoral fellowships. The module is open to margin in Germany and abroad and from all disciplines. Applicants might request for fellowships of possibly 3 or 6 months. The module provides a contribution and accommodations. Applications are due Apr 1 and Oct 1 any year. Visit a library’s website for some-more details. Contact: Herzog Aug Bibliothek; forschung@hab.de; http://www.hab.de/en/home/research/fellowships/doctoral-fellowships.html

Humanities. The East-West Center is usurpation applications for a associate academician program. The module provides connoisseur students from universities and institutions worldwide with a oppportunity to work on a theme or theme investigate compared to a Asia Pacific region. Affiliate scholars pursue their investigate in a library and bond with imagination and other scholars and specialists during a East-West Center and a University of Hawaii during Manoa who share their interests. Applicants contingency be means to yield their possess funding. Applications are supposed year round. Visit a center’s website for some-more details. Contact: East-West Center; affiliatescholar@eastwestcenter.org; http://www.eastwestcenter.org/education/student-programs

Humanities. Applications for a National Endowment for a Arts’s Literature Fellowships, that offers $25,000 grants in communication (fiction and artistic nonfiction) and communication to published artistic writers. The extend enables writers to set aside time for writing, research, travel, and ubiquitous career advancement. The module operates on a two-year cycle with fellowships in communication and communication permitted in swapping years. Applicants might request customarily once any year. Who might apply: U.S. adults or permanent residents. Visit a organization’s website for some-more details. Contact: National Endowment for a Arts; (202) 682-5034; LitFellowships@arts.gov

International. Applications for a Simons postdoctoral brotherhood in disarmament and nonproliferation of weapons of mass drop and their smoothness systems. Contact: Simons Centre for Disarmament and Nonproliferation Research, Research Postdoctoral Fellowship Selection, Simons Centre for Disarmament and Nonproliferation Research, Liu Institute for Global Issues, University of British Columbia, 6476 N.W. Marine Drive, Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z2 Canada; simons.centre@ubc.ca; http://www.ligi.ubc.ca

International. Applications are supposed for a Institute of International Education’s Scholar Rescue Fund from determined professors, researchers, and open intellectuals whose lives or careers are threatened in their home countries. The comment will yield fellowships, that can final adult to one educational year, that place scholars in proxy educational positions during universities, colleges, and investigate centers in protected locations anywhere in a universe where SRF fellows can continue their work unharmed, tentative softened conditions in their home countries. It’s probable for fellowships to be extended for a second year. Visit a institute’s website for some-more details. Contact: Scholar Rescue Fund, Institute of International Education, 809 United Nations Plaza, New York, N.Y., 10017; (212) 205-6486; srf@iie.org; http://scholarrescuefund.org

September 15: Professional fields. The Social Science Research Council and a Japan Center for Global Partnership benefaction a Abe Fellowship for Journalists. The brotherhood is designed to inspire in-depth coverage of topics of dire regard to a U.S. and Japan by sold short-term, policy-related projects. Applicants are invited to contention proposals on one of a following themes: normal and nontraditional approaches to confidence and diplomacy; tellurian and informal mercantile issues; amicable and informative issues. The brotherhood is open to adults of a U.S. and Japan with during slightest 5 years of veteran journalistic knowledge with newspapers, news magazines, handle services, and online news organizations. Freelancers are also eligible. Nationals of other countries contingency be permanent residents of a U.S. or Japan, or have a long-term tie with a American or Japanese journalistic communities. Proposals contingency be nonpartisan. The module provides support for 6 weeks in Japan or a U.S. A contribution of $23,500, that includes one round-trip atmosphere ticket, supports to ready for abroad fieldwork, and support for interpretation, is provided. Fellows might accept income from their employers, though can't lift out assignments while on a award. Visit a organization’s website for some-more details. Contact: Social Science Research Council; (212) 377-2700; abe@ssrc.org; http://www.ssrc.org/fellowships/abe-fellowship-for-journalists

Science, technology, and math. The Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute offers short-term fellowships for students to lift out short-term investigate projects in a tropics in areas of STRI research, underneath a organisation of STRI staff scientists. The fellows are allotted 3 months to finish their projects; extensions are awarded customarily in well-developed circumstances. Most fellowships are awarded to connoisseur students, though spasmodic awards are done to superb undergraduates. Applications are due a 15th of January, April, July, and October. Visit a institute’s website for additional information. Contact: (507) 212-8031; fellows@si.edu; http://www.stri.si.edu/english/education_fellowships/fellowships/index.php

Science, technology, and math. The National Research Council of a National Academies offers awards for graduate, postdoctoral, and comparison investigate in chateau during U.S. sovereign laboratories and dependent institutions. Awards are charity in all fields of grant and engineering. Awards embody inexhaustible stipends, relocation, support for veteran travel, and health insurance. Annual acquiescence deadlines are on a initial of February, May, August, and November. Visit a organization’s website for some-more details. Contact: (202) 334-2760; rap@nas.edu; http://sites.nationalacademies.org/pga/rap

Science, technology, and math. The Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute invites applications for a Earl S. Tupper three-year postdoctoral brotherhood in a areas represented by a systematic staff. Research should be formed during one of a STRI facilities, however, proposals that embody analogous investigate in other pleasant countries will be considered. Applications are due on Jan 15 of any year. Visit a institute’s website for a list of staff and investigate interests. Contact: Adriana Bilgray; fellows@si.edu; http://www.stri.si.edu/english/education_fellowships/fellowships/index.php

Science, technology, and math. The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine offers awards for postdoctoral, senior, and connoisseur investigate in chateau during U.S. sovereign laboratories and dependent institutions. Awards are charity in all fields of grant and engineering. Awards embody inexhaustible stipends, relocation, support for veteran travel, and health insurance. Annual acquiescence deadlines are: Feb 1, May 1, Aug 1, and Nov 1. For offer information and questions hit a NRC Fellowship Programs. Contact: NRC Fellowship Programs; (202) 334-2760; rap@nas.edu; http://sites.nationalacademies.org/pga/rap

Science, technology, and math. Fermilab annually accepts applications for a Peoples Fellowship program, that targets entry-level accelerator physicists, specialists in accelerator technologies, and high-energy prolongation postdoctoral researchers who are meddlesome in a career in accelerator prolongation or technology. To be eligible, possibilities contingency possibly have perceived a Ph.D. in accelerator prolongation or accelerator-related record within a before 3 years (postdoctoral knowledge is not required); or, have perceived a Ph.D. in high-energy prolongation or a compared margin within a before 5 years. Candidates are routinely approaching to have during slightest 3 years of postdoctoral knowledge in high-energy prolongation or a compared field. The annual concentration deadline is Nov 1. Visit a program’s website for some-more details. Contact: Fermilab; http://www.fnal.gov/pub/forphysicists/fellowships/john_peoples/index.html

Other. The Louisville Institute invites applications for a theological credentials theme fellowship. This brotherhood offers adult to 7 $22,000 grants to support a final year of Ph.D. or Th.D. theme essay for students intent in investigate per to North American Christianity, generally projects compared to a stream module priorities of a Louisville Institute. Applicants contingency be possibilities for a Ph.D. or Th.D. grade who have over all pre-dissertation requirements, including capitulation of a theme proposal, by Feb 1 of a endowment year. The annual concentration deadline is Feb 1. Visit a website for some-more information. Contact: Louisville Institute; info@louisville-institute.org; http://www.louisville-institute.org/Grants/programs/tedetail.aspx

Other. Applications from scholars and scientists of all nationalities and fields for summer fellowships, or two-year postdoctoral fellowships, during German institutions. Contact: Alexander von Humboldt Foundation; http://www.humboldt-foundation.de

Other. The Louisville Institute invites applications for a theological credentials postdoctoral fellowship. This brotherhood provides adult to 5 awards of $25,000 any year to support a two-year training internship in a theological school. Applicants contingency devise to finish their Ph.D. or Th.D. grade in a stream educational year. Applicants might paint a accumulation of educational disciplines. The annual concentration deadline is Dec 7. Visit a website for some-more information. Contact: Louisville Institute; info@louisville-institute.org; http://www.louisville-institute.org/Grants/programs/tedetail.aspx

Other. The Louisville Institute’s theological credentials doctoral brotherhood invites applications from Ph.D./Th.D. students. This brotherhood is a two-year nonresidential program. Up to 10 fellowships of $2,000 a year for dual years will be offered. In addition, a colloquium of a 10 doctoral fellows will accommodate twice during any brotherhood year. Applicants contingency be in their initial or second year of doctoral investigate in an accredited connoisseur module in a U.S. or Canada. Applicants might paint a accumulation of disciplines. The annual concentration deadline is Dec 7. Visit a website for some-more information. Contact: Louisville Institute; info@louisville-institute.org; http://www.louisville-institute.org/Grants/programs/tedetail.aspx

Other. The American Academy in Berlin welcomes applications for a fellowships from rising as good as determined scholars, writers, and professionals. The generation of a fellowships are customarily for an educational division or an whole educational year. Fellows will accept round-trip airfare, housing during a Academy, prejudiced board, and a contribution any month. Only possibilities who are formed henceforth in a U.S. might apply; however, U.S. citizenship is not compulsory and American expatriates are not eligible. Those in academics contingency have finished a doctorate during a time of application. Those operative in veteran fields contingency have homogeneous veteran degrees. Writers contingency have published during slightest one book during a time of application. Visit a academy’s website for some-more details. Contact: http://www.americanacademy.de

Grants

December 17: Health/medicine. The Debbie’s Dream Foundation-AACR Gastric Cancer Research Fellowship is open to applications. The brotherhood provides support to a postdoctoral or clinical investigate associate meddlesome in conducting gastric cancer research. The investigate due for appropriation might be basic, translational, clinical, or epidemiological in inlet and contingency have approach qualification and aptitude to gastric cancer, privately non-Helicobactor pylori compared gastric cancer. There are no citizenship requirements; however, margin contingency have finished their many new doctoral grade within a past 5 years and work underneath a auspices of a coach during an academic, medical, or investigate establishment within a U.S. Visit a foundation’s website for some-more details. Contact: (954) 475-1200; Admin@DebbiesDream.org; https://www.debbiesdream.org/portal/research-grants

January 20: Humanities. Higher-education institutions worldwide are acquire to request for grants of adult to $300,000 (to be paid out over 4 years) for new training positions in Buddhist Studies. There are no mandate per a plcae of a establishment or a language(s) of instruction, though a concentration contingency be created in English. Visit a American Council of Learned Societies’ website for some-more details. Contact: American Council of Learned Societies; BuddhistStudies@acls.org; http://www.acls.org/programs/buddhist-studies/#np

February 1: Science, technology, and math. The Lewis and Clark Fund for Exploration and Field Research in Astrobiology is open to connoisseur students and postdoctoral and youth scientists (five years or fewer over a Ph.D.) to support a cost of transport and apparatus in margin investigate in, among others, a fields of astronomy, chemistry, evolutionary biology, microbiology, molecular biology, oceanography, paleontology, and heavenly science, and geology. Grants will not be singular to these fields. The extent endowment is $5,000. The deadline for these grants is Feb 1, however letters of support are due Jan 29. Contact: Linda Musumeci; (215) 440-3429; LMusumeci@amphilsoc.org; http://www.amphilsoc.org/grants/astrobiology

February 2: Humanities. The American Council of Learned Societies is usurpation applications for a ACLS Digital Extension Grant program, that supports digitally formed investigate projects in all disciplines of a humanities and compared amicable sciences. Up to 6 grants of adult to $150,000 any will be awarded. Projects contingency be hosted by a higher-education establishment in a U.S. and a project‚Äôs principal questioner contingency be a academician in a humanities or amicable sciences. Visit a organization’s website for some-more details. Contact: American Council of Learned Societies; fellowships@acls.org; http://www.acls.org/programs/digitalextension

March 1: Humanities. Applications to a Phillips Fund of a American Philosophical Society for grants to comment investigate in Native American linguistics, ethnohistory, and a story of studies of Native Americans in a continental United States and Canada. The supports are dictated for such additional costs as travel, tapes, films, and consultants’ fees. The extent endowment is $3,500; normal endowment is $3,000. Materials are archived in a American Philosophical Society Library. Visit a website for some-more details. Contact: Linda Musumeci; (215) 440-3429; LMusumeci@amphilsoc.org; http://www.amphilsoc.org/grants/phillips

March 11: Health/medicine. The American Parkinson Disease Association is charity investigate grants for a 2016-17 educational year. Scientists dependent with U.S. investigate institutions are authorised to apply. The extend volume is $50,000. Visit a organization’s website for some-more details. Contact: American Parkinson Disease Association; http://www.apdaparkinson.org/research/research-grant

May 25: Health/medicine. The National Institutes of Health is usurpation applications for a Mentoring Networks for Mental Health Research Education program. This appropriation event encourages a growth of artistic educational activities with a primary concentration on mentoring activities, and in particular, mentoring networks. Networks might be national, informal or local. All due networks should yield poignant new opportunities and should enclose efforts over any ongoing mentoring, networking, or investigate credentials within educational programs, institutions, or pre-existing networks or educational collaborations among institutions. Participants in due mentoring networks are singular to graduate/medical students, medical residents, postdoctoral scholars, and/or early-career faculty. Proposed networks are approaching to raise a participants’ veteran growth and to inspire their career arena towards eccentric mental-health research. Proposed programs are so approaching to minister to a growth of a learned cadre of investigators in claim systematic investigate areas to allege a objectives of a NIMH Strategic Plan. Who might apply: aloft credentials institutions, nonprofits, for-profit organizations, governments, and other institutions (visit a website for a list). Contact: National Institutes of Health; http://www.grants.gov/view-opportunity.html?oppId=260868

Academic affairs. Scholars for Peace in a Middle East is gratified to announce tiny extend awards for papers to be delivered during educational conferences, with a purpose to assistance inspire immature scholars to make erudite contributions during a commencement of their educational careers. Applicants should submit: a curriculum vitae; a paper proposal; a name and fortify of a contention where a paper will be delivered; and, if possible, a thesis of a row or event that will incorporate a presentation. Papers contingency be submitted regulating a online concentration form. Visit a website for some-more details. Contact: Asaf Romirowsky; Aromirowsky@spme.org; http://spme.net/fellowship.html

Arts. The Center for Craft Creativity Design accepts applications for a Travel Grants year-round. Scholars invited to benefaction craft-focused papers during any erudite contention will be awarded adult to $500. The deadlines for applications are Apr 30 and Oct 30. Visit a center’s website for concentration instructions. Contact: Anna Helgeson, grants and bureau coordinator; (828) 785-1357 ext. 102; ahelgeson@craftcreativitydesign.org; http://www.craftcreativitydesign.org/grants/craft-research-fund

Business/management (Faculty/Research). The Investment Management Consultants Association invites proposals for a doctoral student-research grants. Proposals are supposed that inspect new investigate on topics applicable to investment consulting and private-wealth management. A list of topics is permitted on a journal’s website. Doctoral students will accept a $5,000 award. Contact: Debbie Nochlin, handling editor; dnochlin@imca.org; http://www.imca.org/pages/doctoral-student-research-grants

Health/medicine. Applications from researchers for a California Breast Cancer Research Program, administered by a University of California, to allege an bargain of a factors that minister to breast cancer. Contact: (888) 313-2277; http://cbcrp.org

Humanities. Hagley Museum and Library invites applications for a Henry Belin du Pont Research Grants, that capacitate scholars to pursue modernized investigate and investigate in a library, archival, pictorial, and artifact collections of a Hagley Museum and Library. The grants are awarded for a length of time indispensable to make use of Hagley collections for a specific project. Stipends are for a extent of 8 weeks and are pro-rated during $400/week for recipients who reside some-more than 50 miles from Hagley, and $200/week for those within 50 miles. Low-cost accommodations on Hagley’s drift are permitted on a initial come, initial offer basis. Application deadlines are: Mar 31, Jun 30, and Oct 31. Visit a library’s website for acquiescence details. Contact: Hagley Museum and Library; http://www.hagley.org/library-researchgrants

Humanities. The Hill Museum and Manuscript Library invites applications for investigate stipends of adult to $2,000. The stipends might be used to defray transport costs, room and board, reproduce reproduction, photo-duplication and other losses compared with investigate during HMML. Residencies might final from dual weeks to 6 months. Undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral scholars (those who are within 3 years of completing a depot master’s or doctoral degree) might apply. The deadlines are: Apr 15 (for investigate between Jul and Dec of a same year) and Nov 15 (for investigate between Jan and Jun of a following year). Visit a library’s website for some-more details. Contact: hmml@csbsju.edu; http://www.hmml.org/research2010/heckman10.htm

Humanities. Hagley Museum and Library invites applications for a Exploratory Research Grants, that support one-week visits by scholars who trust that their devise will advantage from a Hagley investigate collections though need a event to try them on site to establish if a Henry Belin du Pont investigate extend concentration is warranted. Applicants should reside some-more than 50 miles from Hagley. The contribution is $400. Low-cost accommodations on Hagley’s drift are permitted on a initial come, initial offer basis. Application deadlines are: Mar 31, Jun 30, and Oct 31. Visit a library’s website for acquiescence details. Contact: Hagley Museum and Library; http://www.hagley.org/library-exploratorygrant

Humanities. Applications for “French Authors on Tour,” for financial support to American institutions wishing to entice and play horde to French authors for readings, signings, and symposia, from a book dialect of a informative services of a French Embassy. Contact: French Embassy in a U.S.; http://frenchculture.org/books/grants-and-programs/french-authors-tour

International. Applications from a International Education Research Foundation for grants for investigate on ubiquitous educational systems. Both people and institutions might apply. Visit a foundation’s website for some-more details. Contact: International Education Research Foundation; (310) 258-9451; kdickey@ierf.org; http://www.ierf.org

Professional fields. The National Academy of Arbitrators’ Research and Education Foundation (REF) supports investigate and credentials applicable to labor and use arbitration. The REF welcomes extend applications adult to $25,000 for any of a functions listed underneath a REF add-on of a homepage of a NAA website. Applications are processed as perceived and deliberate for appropriation in Jun and October. Contact: Allen Ponak; (403) 217-9856; http://www.naarb.org

Science, technology, and math. The John Nolen Research Fund provides assistance to scholars to control investigate in a John Nolen Papers and associated collections in a Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections of a Cornell University Library. Any competent researcher meddlesome in a story of city and informal formulation before 1950 with a devise that can be protracted by regulating a Nolen Papers is authorised to apply. The volume of a endowment varies according to a needs of a projects and a array of projects supported. Awards are dictated to yield customarily prejudiced support for any project. Affiliation with Cornell University is not necessary, and a endowment carries no grave tie with a university. Researchers might request some-more than once. Applications are due annually by Apr 30; awards will be done by May 31 for support to start on Jul 1. Research contingency be finished within one year. Visit a library’s website for some-more details. Contact: Liz Muller; (607) 255-3530; edm29@cornell.edu; http://rmc.library.cornell.edu/collections/john_nolen_research_fund.php

Science, technology, and math. Applications are supposed for a Whitaker International Fellows and Scholars Program. The module sends biomedical engineers anywhere outward a U.S. or Canada to control educational or systematic research, pursue coursework, or intern. Other options are possible. Applicants contingency be U.S. adults or permanent residents; be in a margin of biomedical engineering/bioengineering or a closely compared field; be enrolled or have perceived their many new grade within a final 3 years; and have a denunciation ability to lift out a due devise in a horde nation during a time of departure. Fellows go abroad for one educational year and contingency reason a bachelor’s grade by a commencement date of a grant, or be in or recently finished a master’s degree, or be in a Ph.D. program, or now employed with a many new grade no aloft than a master’s. Scholars go abroard for one division or adult to dual educational years and should have a Ph.D., or will be awarded a Ph.D. before a commencement of a grant. Visit a program’s website for some-more details. Contact: http://www.whitaker.org

Science, technology, and math. Applications for a Whitaker International Summer Program, that provides appropriation for U.S. bioengineers and biomedical engineers to continue their existent master’s and Ph.D. work abroad. Summer grantees go abroad for 8 weeks between Jun 1 and Aug 31. Grantees contingency reason a bachelor’s grade by a commencement date of a grant, be enrolled in a BME or BME-related master’s or Ph.D. program, or be a new target of a master’s grade in BME or a BME-related field. Applicants contingency be U.S. adults or permanent residents. Visit a program’s website for additional information. Contact: http://www.whitaker.org

Social and behavioral sciences. Applications for a Russell Sage Foundation’s tiny grants module in behavioral economics are supposed on a rolling basis. Grants are awarded for high-quality research. There are no stipulations on a disciplinary credentials of a principal investigator, and a due investigate might residence any theme in behavioral economics. However, projects contingency minister to a foundation’s idea to urge a amicable and vital conditions in a U.S. Appropriate projects will denote pithy use of psychological concepts in a proclivity of a investigate pattern and a credentials of a results. Experimental projects that do not have estimable behavioral calm (such as marketplace experiments contrast neoclassical ideas) or estimable mercantile calm (such as psychology experiments with no mercantile choices or vital or marketplace implications) will not be funded. There is a $7,500 lifetime extent for these tiny grants. Applicants contingency be modernized doctoral students or postdoctoral/junior (non-tenured) imagination members who have been out of connoisseur propagandize for dual or fewer years. All nationalities are authorised to apply. Visit a foundation’s website for some-more details. Contact: http://www.russellsage.org/how-to-apply

Social and behavioral sciences. The Phil Zwickler Memorial Research Grants yield financial assistance to scholars conducting investigate on sexuality in Cornell University Library’s Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections (RMC). Any researcher with a devise that can be protracted by investigate with a Human Sexuality Collection, a module in RMC that seeks to inspire a investigate of sexuality and passionate politics by preserving and origination permitted applicable primary sources that request chronological shifts in a amicable construction of sexuality, and compared sources is authorised to apply. Preference is given to projects that have a high luck of announcement or other open dissemination. One or some-more awards of adult to $1,350 will be made. Applications are due annually by Mar 31 and awards are done by May 1. Research contingency be finished within a year. Visit a library’s website for some-more details. Contact: Brenda J. Marston; (607) 255-3530; bjm4@cornell.edu; http://rmc.library.cornell.edu/HSC/zwickler.html

Student affairs. The Institute of International Education offers a Emergency Student Fund for students and scholars confronting emergencies around a world. The comment helps ubiquitous students in vicious need of financial support to fight problems such as profitable tuition, replacing essential apparatus shop-worn in healthy disasters, or providing urgently-needed medical apparatus and caring to students confronting vicious illness or disability. The hospital will emanate a call for applications to a comment in response to specific emergencies. However, students are generally nominated by their horde universities, that are speedy to yield as most support as probable to students. Visit a institute’s website for some-more details. Contact: Margot Steinberg; (212) 984-5310; esf@iie.org; http://www.iie.org/What-We-Do/Emergency-Assistance/Emergency-Student-Fund

Vocational/technical. The Wabash Center provides supports for activities that raise training and training in a fields of sacrament and theology. It seeks to comment projects that foster a postulated hearing about pedagogy by a alleviation of unsentimental applications of training and training methods, a support of investigate and investigate of pedagogical issues, and a origination of a bargain sourroundings for teaching. All proposals should say a anxiety to specific classroom practices and challenges. Small Project Grants (up to $2,500) can be submitted during any time during a year. Project Grants (up to $20,000) are due Mar 1 and Oct 1. Grants are awarded to accredited universities, colleges, or seminaries in a U.S. and Canada and spasmodic to non-profit organizations providing services to urge training and training during institutions of aloft education. Visit a center’s website for some-more details. Contact: Paul O. Myhre; (800) 655-7117; myhrep@wabash.edu; http://www.wabashcenter.wabash.edu/grants/default.aspx

Other. The Louisville Institute’s devise grants for researchers support research, reflection, and essay by academics and pastors that can minister to a life of a church in North America. The extend supports projects that minister to an extended bargain of vicious issues concerning Christian faith and life, rural leadership, and/or eremite institutions. A extend volume of adult to $25,000 will be awarded. Applicants contingency have fitting a depot grade in their comparison vocation. The annual concentration deadline is Oct 1. Visit a institute’s website for some-more information. Contact: Louisville Institute; info@louisville-institute.org; http://www.louisville-institute.org/Grants/programs/pgfrdetail.aspx

Other. The Louisville Institute offers a initial book extend for minority scholars to support junior, non-tenured sacrament scholars of tone to finish a vital investigate devise on an emanate in North American Christianity compared to a priorities of a Louisville Institute. Grant durations are typically one educational year in length. The extent endowment is $40,000. Applicants contingency be members of a racial/ethnic minority group; have fitting a doctoral degree; be a pre-tenured imagination member in a full-time, tenure-track position during an accredited establishment of aloft credentials in North America; be means to negotiate a full educational year giveaway from training and cabinet responsibilities; and be intent in a erudite investigate devise heading to a announcement of their initial (or second) book, focusing on some aspect of Christianity in North America. The annual concentration deadline is Jan 15. Visit a institute’s website for some-more information. Contact: Louisville Institute; info@louisville-institute.org; http://www.louisville-institute.org/Grants/programs/fbmdetail.aspx

Other. The Louisville Institute invites applications for a sabbatical extend for researchers. This module supports yearlong sabbatical investigate projects that can minister to an extended bargain of vicious issues concerning Christian faith and life, rural leadership, and/or eremite institutions. This extend module is open to both academics and rural leaders. Applicants contingency have a depot grade in their comparison vocation. The annual concentration deadline is Nov 1. Visit a institute’s website for some-more information. Contact: Louisville Institute; info@louisville-institute.org; http://www.louisville-institute.org/Grants/programs/sgfrdetail.aspx

Other. Applications for grants permitted from a Schlesinger Library during Harvard University. Research Support Grants are open to postdoctoral and eccentric scholars. Dissertation Grants are permitted to students enrolled in a applicable doctoral module and enables them to use a library’s collections. The Oral History Grants are permitted to scholars who are conducting verbal story interviews applicable to a story of women or gender in a U.S. Visit a library’s website for some-more details. Contact: Schlesinger Library; http://www.radcliffe.harvard.edu/schlesinger-library/grants

Other

March 15: Arts. Applications are acquire for a 2017 Scientific Delirium Madness, a 29-day residency (June 28 to Jul 26) during a Djerassi shelter that seeks to try and enhance how a creativity of scientists and artists are connected. Scientists comparison contingency be concerned in poignant art-related investigate and/or be practicing a form of art and/or have strange ideas on how to confederate aspects of art and science. Likewise, artists comparison contingency have work shabby by a sciences: biology, chemistry, physics, math, and environmental or rural science. A clever clarity of play and investigation is essential. Visit a program’s website for some-more details. Contact: Margot Knight, Djerassi Resident Artists Program; (650) 747-1250; margot@djerassi.org; http://djerassi.org/scientific-delirium-madness.html

Papers

December 15: Business/administrative affairs. The American Association of University Administrators is usurpation proposals for papers to be presented during a 2016 Leadership Seminar, that will be hold Jun 9-11 in San Antonio. The thesis of a convention is “Risky Business: Coping With Today’s Realities Tomorrow’s Possibilities.” Visit a organization’s website for some-more details. Contact: Dan King; (814) 460-6498; dking@aaua.org; http://www.aaua.org

December 31: Social and behavioral sciences. Disabilities during a Workplace. The editors of a stirring anthology find erudite contributions to a collection of essays on a theme of incapacity taste during a workplace. Specific topics and perspectives can vary, and a cross-cultural viewpoint is welcome. This work is already underneath agreement and due for announcement in 2012. Contact: Kathleen R. Johnson, 229 Main Street, Keene, N.H. 03435; (603) 358-2623; kjohnson@keene.edu; http://disabilitydiscriminationatwork.blogspot.com

January 15: Professional fields. Call for papers to be presented during a Ninth International Junior Faculty Forum, that is sponsored by both Stanford Law School and a University of Pennsylvania Law School. It will be hold during a University of Pennsylvania Law School in Philadelphia in a Fall of 2016. To be considered, authors contingency accommodate a following criteria: citizen of a nation other than a U.S.; stream educational establishment is outward a U.S.; not now a tyro in a U.S.; have hold a imagination position or a equivalent, including positions allied to youth imagination positions in investigate institutions, for reduction than 7 years as of 2016; final grade fitting reduction than 10 years before 2016. Papers might be on any legally applicable theme and can make use of any applicable approach: they can be quantitative or qualitative, sociological, anthropological, historical, or economic. Those meddlesome contingency initial contention an abstract, no some-more than 2 pages, in English to both Maria O’Neill, moneill@law.stanford.edu, and Norva Hall, nhall@law.upenn.edu, with a theme line, International Junior Faculty Forum. The epitome should enclose a author’s name, home institution, and a pretension of a due paper. Please also send a stream CV. Contact: nhall@law.upenn.edu

February 15: Humanities. The German Studies Association has released a call for papers for a 40th annual conference, that will be hold in San Diego Sep 29 to Oct 2. The module cabinet invites proposals on any aspect of German, Austrian, or Swiss studies, including (but not singular to) history, Germanistik, film, art history, domestic science, anthropology, musicology, eremite studies, sociology, and informative studies. Proposals for whole sessions and for interdisciplinary presentations are strongly encouraged. Individual paper proposals and offers to offer as event moderators or commentators are also welcome. Contact: https://www.thegsa.org/news/index.html#cfp2016

Academic affairs. Papers for probable announcement in Planning for Higher Education, a quarterly biography of a Society for College and University Planning. Contact: managing.editor@scup.org; http://www.scup.org

Arts. Call for articles and reviews to be published in FATE in Review, a biography for a Foundations in Art Theory and Education. The biography seeks articles that describe to all areas of foundations credentials such as: expanding a practicum, flexing a core, and reworking visible culture. Conference papers/presentations, as good as papers created only for publication, might be submitted. The biography also accepts suggestions for book reviews. Visit a website for some-more details. Contact: Kevin Bell; kevin.bell@umontana.edu; http://www.foundations-art.org/publications

Arts. Article submissions invited for probable announcement in American Music, a quarterly biography clinging to all aspects of American song and song in America. The biography also accepts books, recordings, and multimedia apparatus for review. Visit a journal’s website for some-more details. Contact: Neil Lerner; nelerner@davidson.edu; http://www.press.uillinois.edu/journals/am.html

Business/management (Faculty/Research). Articles invited for probable announcement in a International Leadership Journal, a peer-reviewed online announcement clinging to leadership, including speculation and research, education, and development, use and application, and to all organizational phenomena that might affect, or be influenced by, leadership. The biography accepts submissions in a following categories: research, practice, education/development, reviews, notes, and dialogue. Visit a journal’s website for some-more details. Contact: Kathleen Melilli; ilj@tesc.edu; http://www.tesc.edu/5947.php

Business/management (Faculty/Research). Manuscripts for probable announcement in The Journal of Investment Consulting, a announcement of a Investment Management Consultants Association. Contact: Debbie Nochlin, handling editor; dnochlin@imca.org; http://www.imca.org/pages/journal-investment-consulting

Business/management (Faculty/Research). Call for papers for Benedictine College’s Journal of International Business. Three forms of submissions will be accepted: educational research, that includes theoretical, analytical, and initial investigate papers charity insights for novel and managerial practice; unsentimental concentration such as box studies, simulation, and supervision reports illustrating issues and solutions for a contemporary business world; and brief submissions such as investigate notes, commentaries, opinions, critiques, experts’ recommendations, and book reviews providing perspectives on stream business topics. Visit a college’s website for some-more details. Contact: Salvatore Snaiderbaur; (913) 360-7602; jib@benedictine.edu; http://www.benedictine.edu/call-papers

Education. Papers from connoisseur students concerning a university, a four-year college, and a village college, for probable announcement in Higher Education in Review, a biography published by connoisseur students in a higher-education module during Pennsylvania State University. Contact: highereducationinreview@psu.edu; http://www.clubs.psu.edu/up/hesa/her

Education. Manuscripts acquire for probable announcement in a Journal on Excellence in College Teaching. The biography accepts papers on college and university training in a following categories: research, integration, innovation, and inspiration. Papers might be interdisciplinary or specific to one or a organisation of disciplines, and might residence a ubiquitous or specific audience. For some-more details, revisit a journal’s website. Contact: Gregg Wentzell, handling editor; wentzegw@miamioh.edu; http://celt.muohio.edu/ject

Education. Articles are acquire for probable announcement in Radical Pedagogy, an educational biography that is clinging to a vicious hearing of a elaborating state of training and training in contemporary academia. Book reviews are also invited. Visit a journal’s website for details. Contact: Brooke Johnson, associate editor; radicalpedagogy@gmail.com; http://www.radicalpedagogy.org/Radical_Pedagogy/For_Contributors.html

Education. The Journal of College Reading and Learning welcomes submissions for probable publication. The biography publishes investigations on a reading, writing, thinking, and investigate of college learners. Visit a journal’s Web site for some-more details. Contact: Eric Paulson, editor; jcrl@crla.net; http://www.crla.net/journal.htm

Education. Call for submissions for Currents in Teaching and Learning, a peer-reviewed electronic biography geared towards imagination and connoisseur students opposite a disciplines. The biography seeks submissions such as training and module reports, essays, and book and website reviews. Both sold and organisation submissions are welcome. All work contingency be strange and before unpublished. Visit a website for some-more information. Contact: Josna Rege, editor; currents@worcester.edu; http://www.worcester.edu/Currents/default.aspx

Education. Submissions supposed for probable announcement in The Community College Enterprise: A Journal of Research and Practice. The biography accepts work essentially from village college educators and administrators and is published in a Fall and Spring. It accepts papers on topics such as: choice training strategies, learning, tyro success, retention, developmental education, leadership, training and training strategies, and interactive learning. Visit a journal’s website for some-more details. Contact: cce@schoolcraft.edu; http://www.schoolcraft.edu/cce

Health/medicine. Papers for probable announcement in a Journal of a Association for Vascular Access on clinical practice, education, and investigate compared to vascular access. Letters to a editor are also welcome. Contact: Lois Davis; ldavis@avainfo.org; http://www.avajournal.org/home

Humanities. The Journal of a American Philosophical Association is open for submissions. The biography will seem quarterly in imitation and online, and will yield a height for strange work in all areas of philosophy. Visit a journal’s website for acquiescence details. Contact: American Philosophical Association; http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=APA

Humanities. The New Guard is usurpation submissions for a new online component, BANG! Authors are showcased away online for thirty days. Each author installment is done adult of 3 pieces in any combination: communication shorts (20 lines) or novella or nonfiction (500 difference each). Three communication pieces, for instance, could sum 1,500 difference max. Bang! pieces are not published in The New Guard. Work is meant to be really short—flash-short—so that a pieces on Bang! offer as a kind of job label for a author. Bang! installments run from a 20th to a 20th of each month. Submissions are supposed year-round and are $20. Contact: The New Guard; https://thenewguard.submittable.com/submit/27469

Humanities. Slavery Today: A Multidisciplinary Journal of Human Trafficking Solutions is a peer-reviewed erudite biography dedicated to unsentimental applications for tackling slavery. Slavery Today engages academics and practitioners in discourse between a fields, assisting us find common denunciation and work toward a common goal. The biography seeks articles of seductiveness to a extended assembly of scholars, professionals, and specialists in all fields intersecting with tellurian trafficking, including applicable investigate papers, book reviews, box studies, and contention reports. Manuscripts that use educational strictness to improved know any theme of aptitude to slavery/human trafficking are suitable for submission. We acquire empirical, theoretical, and comment submissions that residence a intersection of labour and tellurian trafficking. Visit a website for some-more details. Contact: Jodi Henderson, editor-in-chief; editor@slaverytoday.org; http://www.slaverytodayjournal.org/call-for-papers

Humanities. Western American Literature publishes literary critique and interdisciplinary work with a literary focus. Manuscripts on any aspect of a novel of a American West are invited. We’re quite meddlesome in essays on multiculturalism and on a “New West.”. Contact: Western Literature Association; waljournal@gmail.com; http://www.westernlit.org/submissions

Humanities. Call for papers to be published in a Journal of Asian Diasporic Visual Cultures and a Americas, an ubiquitous peer-reviewed biography that facilities multidisciplinary grant on intersections between visible enlightenment studies and a investigate of Asian diasporas opposite a Americas. The editors entice edition submissions in a form of articles (approximately 5,000-6,000 words), reviews (800-1,000 words) as good as due artist pages (up to 6 pages), that enrich, allege and enhance a investigate of visible cultures in different Asian diasporic communities opposite a Americas, recognised of in a broadest way. The biography has a rolling deadline, however, Jun 1 is a deadline for a initial issue. Contact: Alexandra Chang and Alice Ming Wai Jim, initial editors; ADVAedit@gmail.com; https://www.facebook.com/pages/Asian-Diasporic-Visual-Cultures-and-the-Americas/646111668789406

Humanities. Call for manuscripts for an Afro-Latino book series. This book array aims to accumulate erudite and artistic essay on a African diaspora knowledge in Latin America, a Caribbean, and a United States. The editors acquire book-length manuscripts addressing all aspects of Afro-Latino life and informative countenance via a hemisphere, with a clever concentration on U.S. Latinos of African descent. Relevant work on a transnational Brazilian and Haitian knowledge will also be considered. The editors acquire manuscripts in any and all humanities and amicable grant disciplines, as good as interdisciplinary approaches. Publications will be in English, though work in Spanish will be considered. Applicants are also acquire to contention ideas for a applicable book project. Email a editors for some-more details. Contact: Natasha Gordon-Chipembere; afrolatinodiasporas@gmail.com

Humanities. Articles that try issues or theories compared to essay core dynamics or administration are supposed for probable announcement in Writing Center Journal. The biography also accepts book reviews, announcements or interest, and letters to a editor. Contact: writingcenterjournal@ou.edu; http://www.cas.udel.edu/writing-center/journal/Pages/default.aspx

Humanities. Articles supposed for probable announcement in a Great Plains Quarterly, that published peer-reviewed articles on history, literature, culture, and amicable issues applicable to a Great Plains. Visit a journal’s Web site for some-more details. Contact: Charles Braithwaite, editor; cbraithwaite2@unl.edu; http://www.unl.edu/plains/publications/GPQ/gpq.shtml

Humanities. Submissions for probable announcement in Southern Humanities Review, a literary biography that publishes fiction, poetry, vicious essays, and book reviews on a arts, literature, philosophy, religion, and history. Visit a journal’s Web site for acquiescence details. Contact: Chantel Acevedo, editor; (334) 844-9088; shrengl@auburn.edu; http://www.cla.auburn.edu/shr/index.cfm

Humanities. Translation Review, a biography that focuses on a theoretical, critical, practical, and informative aspects of transplanting a literary content from one denunciation into another, invites submissions for probable publication. The biography accepts essays on: a translator’s craft; a fanciful and unsentimental measure of translation; mixed translations; a qualification of reviewing and evaluating translations; training a use of interpretation and reading novel in translation; interpretation in a digital age; innovative investigate in interpretation studies in a U.S. and abroad; and a use of interpretation as a methodological apparatus to trigger and foster interdisciplinary thinking. The biography also accepts book reviews; illustrations; interviews with translators; profiles of writers and their English translations; profiles of small, commercial, and university publishers of unfamiliar novel in translation; and partnership with inhabitant and ubiquitous interpretation centers and programs. Visit a Web site for acquiescence details. Contact: Translation Review; http://www.utdallas.edu/alta/publications/translation-review

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Racial Politics Flavor Debate Over Banning Menthol Cigarettes

Kool, introduced in a 1930s by Brown Williamson Tobacco Co., was one of a early menthol brands, and until a 1950s a many popular. This 1937 ad was one of many that promoted Kool as balmy to a throat. (Cigarette ads pleasantness of a Stanford University collection)

Lorillard Tobacco donated scarcely 4 times as many to Republican possibilities as to Democrats in a 2014 congressional elections. No warn there — many businesses count on Republicans to reason a line on regulations and taxes.

But Lorillard done a distinguished difference for one set of Democrats: African Americans. It gave plead income to half of all black members of Congress, as opposite to usually one in 38 non-black Democrats, according to an research by FairWarning of annals from a Center for Responsive Politics. To put it another way, black lawmakers, all though one of whom are Democrats, were 19 times as expected as their Democratic peers to get a donation.

It’s not tough to see why. The choosing plead overlapped a plead essential to Lorillard: Whether to supplement menthol, a minty, throat-numbing additive, to a list of flavorings criminialized from use in cigarettes in 2009 on open health grounds. Lorillard’s Newport cigarettes have been a top-selling menthol brand, accounting for billions of dollars in annual sales. And who many favors menthols? Black smokers, by a far-reaching margin.

For decades, a tobacco attention has confirmed what amounts to an spontaneous mutual assist agreement with some black organizations. Over a years, cigarette makers have donated simply to members of a Congressional Black Caucus, and to a affiliate, a Congressional Black Caucus Foundation; to vital groups like a National Urban League, a National Association for a Advancement of Colored People and a United Negro College Fund; and to a horde of smaller African American organizations. In return, some of a groups have helped a attention quarrel anti-smoking measures. Other times, critics say, they have simply incited a blind eye to a damaging impact of tobacco on a black community.

Menthol cigarettes, once a niche product, now criticism for about 30 percent of U.S. cigarette sales. But a study cited by a sovereign Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that menthols were a choice of 88 percent of black smokers and 57 percent of smokers underneath 18.

The Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act, a landmark 2009 law that certified a FDA to umpire tobacco products, enclosed a anathema on candy, fruit and piquancy flavorings given of their seductiveness to immature smokers. But in negotiations that led to adoption of a law, menthol was given a pass. In Jul 2013, after complaints from open health groups, a FDA put out a call for open comments on either menthol, too, should be limited or banned.

Menthols criticism for about 30 percent of U.S. cigarette sales, though are elite by some-more than 80 percent of black smokers. Newport is a many renouned menthol, and second best-selling code in a U.S. behind Marlboro.

Not a peep

Several other countries have criminialized menthol or imposed deadlines for expelling it. But not a sight has been listened from a FDA given it asked a open to import in some-more than dual years ago. This past June, in a arrangement of confidence, Reynolds American Inc., that includes R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., finished a partnership with Lorillard, profitable some-more than $27 billion for a association that depended on menthols for about 85 percent of sales.

The menthol dilapidation fits a pattern, according to open health advocates, who contend a FDA has been all though inept by extreme counsel and, when it has attempted to act, by successful authorised hurdles from a industry. In Nov 2011, a organisation was blocked in probity when it attempted to need striking warning labels on cigarette packs like those in during slightest 75 countries. And it has nonetheless to finish a rulemaking routine that would extend a slip to cigars and e-cigarettes, that are increasingly renouned among teens.

The disaster to act is “inexcusable.” pronounced Joelle Lester, a staff profession with a Public Health Law Center in St. Paul, Minn. “Prohibiting menthol in tobacco products should be a really high priority.” Agency officials declined to be interviewed. A orator pronounced in an email that a FDA “is stability to cruise regulatory options associated to menthol.’’

Banning menthol would be politically formidable underneath any circumstances, though observers contend it will be unfit though clever support from African American care groups. And notwithstanding support for a anathema from some black open health advocates, African American politicians and organizations have been mostly silent.

Joelle Lester

Joelle Lester, staff profession during a Public Health Law Center, St. Paul, Minn.

Some of a smaller groups that have received tobacco money over a years–the National Black Police Association, a National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives, or NOBLE, a National Black Chamber of Commerce and a Congress of Racial Equality — have opposite a ban, claiming it would trigger unlawful trade in menthol cigarettes. This, they say, would outcome in mislaid taxation revenues, rising law coercion costs and widespread arrests in a black community.

The NBPA launched a write-in plead that brought some-more than 36,000 comments hostile a ban, according to an FDA document. That organisation did not respond to speak requests. But John Dixon, a past boss of NOBLE and a military arch in Petersburg, Va., pronounced he suspicion banning menthol would mistreat “the minority community, given a infancy of menthol smokers are minorities.” He combined that “prohibitions means a whole other horde of problems,” including an combined “burden on law enforcement.” NOBLE lists RAI Services Co., partial of Reynolds American, as a stream donor. But Dixon pronounced this “would not have any influence, one approach or another,’’ on a group’s positions.

A difficult relationship

The attribute between tobacco companies and black groups “is complicated,’’ pronounced Delmonte Jefferson, executive executive of a National African American Tobacco Prevention Network, a CDC-funded nonprofit.

Delmonte Jefferson

Delmonte Jefferson, executive executive of a National African American Tobacco Prevention Network

In new years, minority groups have captivated a wider operation of corporate sponsors, creation tobacco appropriation reduction important. But “there was a prolonged time that it was usually a tobacco attention that would support” some of them, Jefferson said. “To do an sudden spin opposite a same companies—that’s kind of tough for them to do.”

While smoking rates for black and white adults are comparable, blacks humour higher genocide rates from tobacco-related ailments, including some forms of cancer and cardiovascular disease. According to a CDC, about 47,000 African Americans die annually from smoking-related illnesses, creation tobacco use a largest preventable means of genocide for black Americans.

Menthols do not seem to be any some-more poisonous than other brands. “A menthol cigarette is usually another cigarette and should be regulated no differently,” pronounced David Howard, a orator for Reynolds American, in an email to FairWarning. But health authorities perspective menthols as a starter product, observant that menthol’s anesthetizing outcome helps beginners endure a rudeness of tobacco smoke, creation them some-more expected to turn dependant to nicotine.

“Menthol has no saving value other than to make a poison go down some-more easily,’’ pronounced a report in a American Journal of Public Health.

New York Yankees star Elston Howard touted Kool’s throat-soothing “extra coolness’’ in this 1962 ad.

Some research also suggests that menthol smokers are some-more nicotine contingent and have some-more difficulty quitting. For these reasons, pronounced a 2013 FDA report, it is “likely that menthol cigarettes poise a open health risk above that seen with non-menthol cigarettes.” The attention disputes this. According to Reynolds’ orator Howard, “The best accessible systematic justification demonstrates that menthol cigarettes do not means people to start smoking earlier, fume some-more cigarettes … or make smokers some-more dependant than non-menthol cigarette smokers.”

“African Americanization” of menthols

In any case, a attention has worked tough to cater a black community. Early on, cigarette makers touted menthols as good for smokers with a cough or cold, and “African Americans became trustworthy to a notion” that menthols were safer, according to open health romantic and researcher Phillip S. Gardiner. The companies reinforced a recognition of Kool and other brands by sponsoring informative events and pouring selling dollars into black media and neighborhoods–all partial of what Gardiner called a “African Americanization of menthol cigarette use.’’

The industry’s employing practices were also on-going for their time, winning thankfulness in a black community. In a 1950s a White Sentinel, a white supremacist publication, urged a criticism of Philip Morris for carrying “the misfortune race-mixing record of any vast association in a nation.” It “was initial in a tobacco attention to sinecure Negroes instead of Whites for executive and sales positions,’’ a White Sentinel lamented, and “the initial cigarette association to publicize in a Negro press.’’

Phillip Gardiner

Phillip S. Gardiner, module officer with a University of California’s Tobacco-Related Disease Research Program

Led by Philip Morris, a tip U.S. cigarette builder and partial of Altria Group, tobacco companies also became free pillars of African American cultural, educational and domestic organizations. In 1987, for instance, a association donated $2.4 million to some-more than 180 black, Latino and women’s organizations and internal chapters.

Relentless discrimination

That same year, a National Black Monitor, a now-defunct magazine, published an essay ghost written by an central from R.J. Reynolds, that had saved broadcasting scholarships for African American students and in 1985 was named advertiser of a year by a black journal publishers group. The essay compared a diagnosis of tobacco companies to that of oppressed blacks.

While secular minorities no longer face “the systematized misapplication they once did,’’ a essay said, “relentless taste still rages unabashedly on a cross-country range opposite another organisation of targets — a tobacco attention and 50 million private adults who smoke.’’

At a annual gathering of a NAACP in 2009, dual members of a group’s Berkeley, Calif., bend attempted to remonstrate a classification to adopt an assertive anti-tobacco stand. The dual — Valerie Yerger, afterwards an partner highbrow of health process during a University of California, San Francisco, and Carol McGruder, co-chair of a African American Tobacco Control Leadership Council — attempted to deliver a resolution that called on NAACP care to make tobacco control “a inhabitant priority’’ and pull for a menthol ban.

Valerie Yerger

Valerie Yerger, associate highbrow of health process in a School of Nursing, University of California, San Francisco

The fortitude had not been vetted in allege of a convention, as was customary, and as Yerger and McGruder recalled, their ask to deliver it on an puncture basement was not well-received. The late Julian Bond, afterwards NAACP chairman, “was not going to have any review with us about this,” Yerger remembered. “He was in a face yelling during us, OK? we was dynamic not to cry, though this was, like, a favourite that we grew adult with,’’ she said. “As a immature black kid, we grow adult meaningful who a ruin Julian Bond is…’’ McGruder didn’t remember Bond stealing angry, though pronounced “he wasn’t happy about it [the resolution] and he wasn’t going to perform it.”

Amid declines in smoking and converging in a industry, a upsurge of tobacco income to minority organizations seems to have ebbed in new years. But a attention “still has a flattering complicated change financially,” pronounced Jefferson of a National African American Tobacco Prevention Network.

Last year, Altria donated $1 million to a National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington D.C., partial of a Smithsonian Institution. During a 2013-14 choosing cycle, tobacco companies donated $115,650 to black lawmakers and their dependent PACs, according to a Center for Responsive Politics. Lorillard was a many generous, distributing $56,500 to 23 black members (there are 46 total) and associated PACs. The Black Caucus chair, North Carolina Rep. G.K. Butterfield, got $5,000 from Lorillard. Rep. Sanford Bishop of Georgia got $10,000. South Carolina Rep. James Clyburn perceived $2,000 from Lorillard, and his BRIDGE PAC took in $5,000 from Lorillard and $10,000 from Altria.

Executive ties

Photo of Carol McGruder

Carol McGruder, co-chair of a African American Tobacco Control Leadership Council.

Shuanise Washington is boss and CEO of a Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, that sponsors care training, awards scholarships and hosts an annual legislative conference attended by thousands. Washington, who declined to criticism for this story, is also a past clamp boss for Altria, that gave a CBCF between $100,000 and $249,000 in both 2013 and 2014, according to a foundation’s website. Altria orator David B. Sutton pronounced a gifts generally support a foundation’s brotherhood and internship programs, reflecting a company’s “long story of focusing on farrago and inclusion.”

In addition, a substructure listed RAI Services, partial of Reynolds American, as contributing between $5,000 and $15,000, and cited Altria as a corporate partner during a many new legislative discussion in September. “How can we speak about health equity,” asked anti-tobacco romantic Jefferson, “when we are sponsored by a torpedo of open health?”

Among Lorillard’s plead donations was $1,000 to Rep. Robin Kelly of Illinois, who heads a row called a Congressional Black Caucus Health Braintrust. At a congress foundation’s legislative conference, she released a 144-page report, “Health Disparities in America,’’ on health problems afflicting minority citizens. It enclosed whole sections on childhood obesity, nutrition, HIV/AIDS, lupus, nap disorders, verbal health and gun violence. Tobacco was hardly mentioned. Kelly did not respond to speak requests.

No. 1 season product

The 2009 legislation that gave a FDA energy to umpire tobacco products grew from a understanding between tobacco control groups, anti-smoking members of Congress and Altria. But a menthol difference did not lay good with some black open health advocates.

Kool ad from 2006. By afterwards Kool was an R.J. Reynolds code by a partnership with Brown  Williamson Tobacco. (Stanford University collection)

Kool ad from 2006. By afterwards Kool was an R.J. Reynolds code by a partnership with Brown Williamson Tobacco.

“How do we clear stealing all of a flavorings that were diminutive in use … though leave a No. 1 season product…? It creates no clarity during all,” pronounced William S. Robinson, a former conduct of a National African American Tobacco Prevention Network, that withdrew a support for a check in protest.

Seven former secretaries of Health and Human Services, including Dr. Louis W. Sullivan and Joseph Califano, weighed in with an open minute to Congress. “Menthol should be criminialized so that it no longer serves as a product a tobacco companies can use to captivate African American children,” it read. “We do all we can to strengthen a children in America, generally a white children. It’s time to do a same for all children.’’

Lorillard, that shortly after agreed to donate $1 million to a International Civil Rights Center and Museum in a hometown of Greensboro, N.C., put a opposite spin on a amicable probity issue.

Self-appointed activists

“Some self-appointed activists have due a legislative anathema on menthol cigarettes in a misled bid to force people to quit smoking by tying their choices,” a association pronounced in ads in a black press. “The story of African Americans in this nation has been one of fighting opposite paternalistic stipulations and for freedoms.’’

Ultimately, Congress kicked a menthol can down a road. An amendment to a tobacco control act called for a arrangement of an consultant panel, a Tobacco Products Scientific Advisory Committee, to investigate and news to a FDA on a public health impact of menthol, “including use among children, African Americans, Hispanics, and other racial/ethnic minorities.”

2009 ad for Newport, a flagship code of Lorillard Tobacco, that in Jun joined with Reynolds American. (Stanford University collection)

2009 ad for Newport, a flagship code of Lorillard Tobacco, that in Jun joined with Reynolds American.

The row released a news in 2011, final that “removal of menthol cigarettes from a marketplace would advantage open health in a United States.’’ The FDA, however, waited dual some-more years before requesting open comments. Then in Jul 2014, a organisation suffered a legal reversal . A sovereign decider ruled that a organisation could not bottom any decisions on a advisory panel’s findings. The statute came in a lawsuit by Reynolds and Lorillard claiming that a FDA had disregarded ethics laws by appointing experts to a row who had conflicts of seductiveness for carrying formerly taken anti-tobacco stands. The preference is underneath appeal.

The statute didn’t bar a FDA from acting, given a possess staff had prepared a apart report that reached radically a same conclusions. But for reasons organisation officials won’t discuss, zero has happened since.

Some activists have given adult on a feds and changed on to internal campaigns. In Dec 2013, for instance, a Chicago city legislature upheld an bidding barring a sale of flavored tobacco products, including menthol cigarettes, cigars and e-cigarettes, within 500 feet of schools. In Berkeley, Calif., a anathema on a sale of menthol and other flavored tobacco products, including e-cigarettes, within 600 feet of schools will take outcome in 2017. Similar legislation has been due in Baltimore.

“I’m not awaiting anything” from a FDA, pronounced McGruder, one of a activists rebuffed by a NAACP. “I don’t consider that they have … a guts.’’

Douglas Weber of a Center for Responsive Politics contributed to this story.

How to Spend Your Thanksgiving Vacation: The Case for Double Masking Your Hair


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Among a good luxuries of a prolonged weekend are a infinite amounts of giveaway time that unexpected dump into your lap. So how to while divided a hours in a many indulgent proceed possible? One inarguably certain use of that time is a targeted beauty overhaul. By merely flitting a weekend navel-gazing in your loungewear we can tackle a kind of tasks that would customarily need a month’s value of scheduled upkeep appointments—starting with a hair materialisation famous as double masking. By regulating dual diagnosis masks in a row—one that’s a low clarification formula, and another that’s ultra replenishing—you can press reset on anything from a dry and raw scalp, boiled ends, and tone damage. “[It’s like] usually celebration H2O and not eating,” says Parisian superstylist Christophe Robin of a singular facade approach. For next-level hair “from base to tips,” he insists, “you need both.”

To assure a “perfect nourishment for scalp and hair,” Robin initial massages a tablespoon of his possess self-titled granular Cleansing Purifying Scrub with Sea Salt into soppy strands, starting during a hairline and relocating toward a ends. The salt, that breaks down gradually as it’s massaged with water, is a “grandma’s recipe” for interesting impurities, clarification a skin, and unequivocally permitting a scalp to breathe. Once a hair and conduct are ideally clean, Robin reaches for his Regenerating Mask with Rare Prickly Pear Seed Oil for proviso two. Concentrating a vitamin E and antioxidant-spiked conditioner on a mid-lengths and ends of a hair (with a residue finger-combed into a roots), he says, will tame even a frizziest, many shop-worn strands. Best of all, once applied, we have 15 mins in front of we to do whatever we want—read a book, paint your nails, rearrange your medicine cabinet, all of that can be achieved with a assent of mind that your celebration deteriorate hair will be unprecedentedly buoyant and glossy. Feeling grateful yet?

“I’m one of a 7%:” Survivor of pancreatic cancer says a illness doesn’t …

MILWAUKEE — The statistics are staggering, and there’s no cure. But there ARE survivors of pancreatic cancer. One of them is dynamic to spend each waking impulse perplexing to assistance save others battling a disease.

Ray Shupe

Ray Shupe

“It unequivocally started in 1998 when we had my gallbladder out. we had some pain a subsequent year. we was diagnosed with pancreatitis and monitored it on a twice-a-year basis,” Ray Shupe said.

Shupe was feeling excellent — though in Feb of 2013, he became jaundiced. A soft growth had altered — and Shupe was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.

“In Mar of 2013, we had a sum pancreatectomy, that means a pancreas, a spleen, 27 lymph nodes, some plumbing came out, and they re-plumbed me and here we am today,” Shupe said.

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The 61-year-old Shupe is one of a advantageous few.

“I’m one of a 7% who survived pancreatic cancer. 93% of people are routinely upheld by a finish of a fifth year.” ~Ray Shupe

“I’m one of a 7% who survived pancreatic cancer. 93% of people are routinely upheld by a finish of a fifth year. I’m during a two-and-a-half year mark, and my alloy says my commission of survivability goes adult rather dramatically. To quote my doctor, he says I’m on my approach to a cure,” Shupe said.

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Steve Lipshetz

Five years ago, Steve Lipshetz mislaid his mother-in-law and sister-in-law to pancreatic cancer.

Today, he volunteers as a media chair for a Milwaukee associate of a Pancreatic Cancer Action Network.

Events like a Purple Stride Run Walk during Miller Park, and lighting adult a Mitchell Park Domes raises dollars desperately indispensable for research.

“People don’t comprehend that we’re a fourth heading means of cancer genocide — and by 2020, it’s approaching that pancreatic cancer will turn a second heading means of cancer genocide — usually second to lung cancer. We should indeed pass breast cancer in 2016,” Lipshetz said.

Shupe was recently during a Ozaukee Ice Rink in Mequon as a guest of respect during a advantage girl hockey game.

Ray Shupe eventuality during Ozaukee Ice Rink

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“We substantially overwhelmed 250-300 people over a march of a game. There were a lot of people who came adult to us who were not wakeful of how harmful this illness can be. They’re rather wakeful of a illness since they’ve been overwhelmed by it, though this was an eventuality to worsen that recognition for them and also to display other people to it in a initial place,” Shupe said.

Shupe’s goal to compensate it brazen was sparked by an eventuality he attended sponsored by a Pancreatic Cancer Action Network.

Pancreatic cancer

Pancreatic cancer

“It was a really gloomy event. There were a lot of names review of folks who had passed, and each few that were review that were survivors, cave being one of them. My family, we motionless that we indispensable to be some-more active. We’re not accurately certain because we was spared, though maybe this is a reason to do it,” Shupe said.

Pancreatic cancer is a illness that doesn’t distinguish by age or gender — though early showing and unchanging checkups can make a difference. It doesn’t have to be a genocide sentence. Ray Shupe is vital proof.

“As a survivor of cancer, we would like to hopefully give other patients wish that it’s survivable. They can kick it. I’ve finished it, and other people can too. I’m wearing my brave for ‘Movember,’ and we’ll go from there,”

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Whimsy isn’t typically a word that’s synonymous with my wardrobe; we disgust a twee and am a fixed follower in a energy of a singular palette. So I’m not a chairman we competence immediately brace to be wearing Minna Parikka’s signature bunny kicks. They’re not twee, by any means, though distant adequate out of my comfort section that a few friends purebred genuine warn when we sent them snaps of my feet in a designer’s low-top sneaker version. The purify lines of a shoe lend these a worldly shape, while a further of ears and a tail adds a witty touch. Teamed with a white tee, cropped Re/Dones, and classical coat, they’re a good approach to drop a toe into a waters of whimsy—while eschewing a full-on Manic Pixie Dream Girl.

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Behind a scenes, Koch brothers spent large in Colorado, filings show

Charles Koch

The regressive domestic network connected to a billionaire Koch brothers spent millions in Colorado in 2014, according to new sovereign taxation records, personification a behind-the-scenes purpose to boost internal organizations that played a distinguished purpose in a choosing and open policy.

The Freedom Partners Chamber of Commerce, a heart for businessmen Charles and David Koch’s domestic activity, gave income to 6 state-based organizations, 3 of them in Colorado, a IRS filings show. The courtesy reflects a inflection of Colorado on a domestic map in 2014 — and offers a glance of what’s to come when a spotlight earnings in 2016.

David Koch

The largest customer in Colorado — where a Koch brothers own homes — is CitizenLink, a Colorado Springs-based domestic arm of Focus on a Family and a distinguished anti-abortion and eremite leisure organization. In 2014, a organisation perceived $1 million and an additional $1.3 million by Evangchr4 Trust, another Koch organization.

The dual other internal groups that benefited from Koch money: IACE Action, a domestic nonprofit run by Colorado Springs regressive romantic Laura Carno, perceived $95,000, and a Colorado Women’s Alliance, a conservative-leaning classification formed in Greenwood Village, took $50,000.

The IRS taxation annals are a initial denote a internal groups were tied to a Koch organization.

Freedom Partners gave a sum of $88 million in grants in 2014, and tens of millions went to inhabitant domestic organizations that played a poignant purpose in Colorado’s high-profile U.S. Senate competition in 2014 between Democratic obligatory Mark Udall and Republican Cory Gardner.

The vital players embody limited-government advocates Americans for Prosperity, a Latino-focused Libre Initiative, business-centric U.S. Chamber of Commerce and a industry-backed American Energy Alliance, that otherwise orderly supporters or aired TV ads designed to boost Gardner.

Freedom Partners also paid $1.3 million in consulting fees to Aegis Strategic, a organisation run by Jeff Crank, a Colorado Springs domestic consultant and radio uncover host who worked for Americans for Prosperity.

The large income in a Koch domestic bloc creates it a aim for Democratic-aligned organizations.

“In Colorado, a Koch network is bankrolling a far-right by promulgation hundreds of thousands to impassioned groups during a federal, state and even internal turn — all in a seductiveness of pulling their bulletin that’s good for billionaires like them though hurts Colorado families,” pronounced Regan Page, a mouthpiece for a Bridge Project, that is partial of an classification that focuses on regressive groups and a Koch brothers. “Coloradans were kept in a dim until some-more than a year after a Kochs spent millions by murky front groups.”

Freedom Partners, a 501(c)(6) nonprofit, did not divulge a donors in a taxation filings since it is not compulsory by sovereign law. A summary sent to a classification Wednesday went unanswered.

CitizenLink boss Paul Weber and a personality of a organization’s internal affiliate, Colorado Family Action, were not accessible for an interview.

Carno pronounced a $95,000 that went to her organization, we Am Created Equal Action, helped compensate for a pro-energy attention mailer to teach electorate about Udall and his position on oil and gas issues.

The income also helped compensate for an novice by a Koch-funded Liberty during Work training program. The staffer helped Carno with ubiquitous executive support during a 2014 choosing season.

Debbie Brown, a executive executive during a Colorado Women’s Alliance, pronounced a income her organisation perceived went to ubiquitous support, not a sold purpose.

The organization, however, did advocacy work in 2014 to support Gardner and Republican gubernatorial claimant Bob Beauprez.

The Koch network’s concentration on Colorado creates clarity to Brown, who is also an appetite attention consultant.

“When we demeanour during politics, naturally Colorado is a tier-one state … for a lot of things,” she said, mentioning oil and gas issues, list initiatives and inhabitant politics. “Colorado is a bridgehead state.”

John Frank: 303-954-2409, jfrank@denverpost.com or @ByJohnFrank

Black Friday #FBF: A Brief History of Shopping-Inspired Runway Looks

Depending on where you’re standing, Black Friday can tip Christmas in terms of pristine childlike glee, or only be an carnal testimony to capitalism’s misfortune aspects. But what kind of swat does sell get on a runways? Designers from Franco Moschino to Karl Lagerfeld and Vivienne Westwood have prolonged served adult shopping- and commerce-inspired pieces, trimming from a tongue-in-cheek to a sensitively skewering: haute “shopping bags,” banking prints, and bar codes, to boot. More literally, cruise a dress Alexander Wang fashioned out of AmEx bullion cards for Anna Ewers progressing this year (its prototype was a floor-length series ragged by Priscilla, Queen of a Desert’s dress designer, Lizzy Gardiner, behind in 1995).

On a biggest selling day of a year, we’re revisiting a handful of a best.


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Chicago Marathoner Lands Date from Personal Ad Written on His Back

The thought concerned branch his behind into his possess personal billboard, a space he would use for a short, elementary midrace personal ad. The subsequent evening, a night before a race, he asked his cousin to write a summary on his skin in permanent marker.

“I wrote it on a piece of paper and handed it over to her with a large grin on my face,” he said. “She immediately had a kind of ‘initially troubled though afterwards shouting her donkey off’ greeting we was going for.”

The summary read: “SINGLE / on Facebook / Steve Bergstrom.”

It seemed an fit approach for a curtain and triathlete to get a date. “I have a pursuit that occupies a lot of my time,” he said. “Having a absurd hour invert any way, and afterwards also being dedicated to my gym and dedicated to my sports, we don’t have a ton of gangling time on my hands.”

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Bergstrom’s relationship with a associate contestant had recently ended, and he appreciated her bargain of his early-morning wake-ups for training and racing. So, it done clarity to him to write a summary on his back, where associate marathoners would see it, instead of on his front, where he’d essentially be targeting spectators.

“It’s simple marketing, to make certain you’re broadcasting your summary to a assembly that you’re wishing to capture,” he said. “If life is easy when you’re dating an athlete, because not promote in this arrange of a venue?”

He went on to run a marathon—his sixth uninterrupted Chicago—in a personal best 3:47:58. Over a subsequent hours and days, he perceived 12 Facebook crony requests from women who saw him on a course. Not all of them had run a race.

“When we run a marathon shirtless, we get a integrate of people with a catcalls,” he said. “So we would kind of spin my behind one approach or a other if we saw a organisation that was quite value broadcasting to.”

So far, a formula have been promising. Bergstrom pronounced he’s had a few decent conversations on Facebook Messenger. Last Friday, he met adult with one lady who reached out to him. She’s a marathoner who was spectating with a pointer that had a print of her cat and a message, “MY MOM IS LOOKING FOR A #CATDAD.” (See print below.)

 

“I said, ‘You know, with me display adult during a marathon with my pointer on my behind and we display adult during a marathon with that sign, we are blank out on a golden event for destiny storytelling here if we don’t accommodate adult and have a drink,’” Bergstrom said. “And we did, and it was great.”

While he’d cite not to have to do a back-as-billboard personal ad too many some-more times, Bergstrom knows what he’d do differently in a future: He’d sequence a tradition proxy tattoo instead of regulating a Sharpie.

“Whatever is not created retrograde on my sheets from me laying on them a night before a competition is now semi-permanently imprinted into a behind of my bathtub,” he said. “It’s going to need a lot of scrubbing.”

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