Adjunct Faculty – Department of Intelligence and Security Studies (pooled positions)

first_imgJob ResponsibilitiesThe Citadel’s Department of Intelligence and Security Studies isestablishing a pool of applicants to fill potential part-timetemporary teaching positions. Duties may include teachingundergraduate and graduate courses. Courses are offered during theday and online throughout the academic year (fall, spring, andsummer). All adjunct positions are per session appointments.Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:Abiding by and upholding the Citadel’s mission, policies, and corevalues;Utilizing effective teaching and learning practices such aspresentations, demonstrations, class discussion, and otherappropriate modes of instructional delivery;Preparing course outlines and syllabi in accordance with programstandards and in collaboration with the program coordinator;Completing student assessments required for programcompletion;Meeting all scheduled class periods;Being available to students for individual consultation;Submitting midterm grades for undergraduate students;Recording class absences for undergraduate students; andSubmitting final grades by the specified due date.The Citadel requires faculty to submit midterm grades forundergraduate students.The Citadel requires faculty to use the Attendance and ClassAbsence System to document class attendance for undergraduatestudents.Minimum Qualifications:Doctoral degree is required to teach graduate courses.Master’s degree is required to teach undergraduate courses.Three years teaching experience at the elementary, middle grades,secondary, and/or college levelExcellent written and oral communication skillsExceptional interpersonal and collaboration skillsExperience in designing courses and materialsIn addition to the online application, please provide acover letter and CVAdvertised: Oct 31 2019 Eastern Daylight TimeApplications close:last_img read more

Real Madrid coach praises Vinicius Junior despite lack of goals

first_imgMadrid: Real Madrid’s Argentine head coach Santiago Solari has defended Brazilian forward Vinicius Junior against criticism over the player’s lack of goal scoring.The 18-year-old Vinicius has played well recently, so well in fact that his national team has called the young player up to compete against Panama on March 23 and the Czech Republic on March 26 in place of Neymar. Yet despite the forward’s talent he has failed to do the most important thing any player can do; score goals, reports Efe news.“I like to look at the positive things that football players do. He has many positive things, such as his youth, freshness, directness, ability,” Solari said of Vinicius at a press conference on Friday.Since joining Madrid in 2018, Vinicius has put in a total of 26 appearances with the first team across all competitions and his play has made the Brazilian a headache for opposing coaches to plan against.“There are so many things in such a short space of time. Improving what can be improved is his work and that of those around him. But I look at all the good things,” the Argentine coach added.Yet, the deficit of goals is concerning to fans and pundits alike, as Vinicius has managed to score only three goals this season, the most recent of which came in Madrid’s 3-0 home win over Alaves on February 3.And although he had several scoring chances against Barcelona in Wednesday’s second leg of the Copa del Rey semi-finals, Vinicius was unable to capitalise on any of them.On the other end of the pitch, a clinical Barcelona made the most of a few scoring chances to prevail 3-0 over host Madrid, advancing to the final, in its quest for a record extending 31st Copa del Rey title.Madrid holds the third spot on the La Liga table with 48 points, nine behind leader Barcelona. IANSAlso Read: SPORTS NEWSlast_img read more


first_img*Attendance200 of the 736 players summoned to Russia have been to the FIFA World Cup before. 186 were at Brazil 2014, 61 were at South Africa 2010, 21 were at Germany 2006 and one was at Korea/Japan 2002: Rafa Marquez, who will become just the fourth man to go to five editions of the tournament after Antonio Carbajal, Lothar Matthaus and Gigi Buffon.*Leagues 100 per cent of England’s players are based in their national league. The Three Lions are followed by Russia (21/23) and Saudi Arabia (20/23). Senegal and Sweden, on the other hand, didn’t pick a single player from their domestic championship, while Belgium, Iceland, Nigeria and Switzerland selected only one apiece. Seventy-four per cent of the players at Russia 2018 are based in Europe.*Age19 years and five months is the comparatively old age that makes Australia winger Daniel Arzani the youngest player at Russia 2018. Femi Opabunmi (17 and two months), Theo Walcott (17 and three months), Christian Eriksen (18 years and four months) and Fabrice Olinga (18 years and one month) were the youngest players to go to the 2002, 2006, 2010 and 2014 World Cups. The average age of the 736 players – almost 28 years old – is the oldest in the tournament’s history.*Club Reps16 players make Manchester City the best-represented team at Russia 2018. The English Premier League champions are followed by Real Madrid (15), Barcelona (14), Chelsea, Paris Saint-Germain and Tottenham Hotspur (12). England is the base for the most players (124), followed by Spain (81) and Germany (67).* Germany and Spain9 members of Germany’s Brazil 2014-conquering squad have been selected by Joachim Low this time around. Among those to miss out were Benedikt Howedes and Christoph Kramer, who started the Maracana Final, and Andre Schurrle and Mario Gotze, who combined for the only goal in it.Vicente Del Bosque took 16 of Spain’s South Africa 2010 winners to the next World Cup.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more