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Yale World Fellows Program for Mid-Career Leaders

first_img Watson Semester Accelerator 2021 +1 Tällberg-SNF-Eliasson Global Leadership Prize 2021 Tweet LinkedIn 0 Reddit Deadline: ongoingOpen to: mid-career emerging leaders who have distinguished themselves within their own professions, regions, countries, or at an international levelFellowship: travel allowance, housing, healthcare, and a generous stipend to cover living expensesDescriptionThe Yale World Fellows Program seeks applications from mid-career emerging leaders who have distinguished themselves within their own professions, regions, countries, or at an international level. Successful applicants uniformly possess the extraordinary qualities of mind and character that strong leadership requires. Candidates for the Fellowship must demonstrate themselves to be driving forces for action or effective catalysts of change. In significant ways and in significant arenas, each must show promise of a career trajectory of increasing responsibility and impact.World Fellows are selected from a wide range of fields and disciplines including government, business, nongovernmental organizations, religion, the military, media, and the arts. A selection committee aims to assemble a Fellowship group that is diverse, geographically balanced, and representative of a wide range of professions, talents, and perspectives.Applications to the Greenberg World Fellows Program are accepted from across sectors and around the world.  Each class of Fellows is a unique group: geographically balanced, and representative of a wide range of professions, talents, and perspectives. The 2017 program will run from mid-August to mid-December.  Fellows are expected to be in residence at Yale for the duration of the program.EligibilityBe in the Mid-Career Stage, at least five, and typically not more than 20, years into their careers, with demonstrated work accomplishments, and a clear indication of future contributions and excellence;The average age of a Greenberg World Fellow is 39, though there is no minimum or maximum age limit;Be fluent in English;Be a citizen of a country other than the United States, dual citizens are eligible, preference is given to candidates whose work is focused outside the US.FellowshipA taxable stipend to cover the costs of living in New Haven;A modest, furnished one- or two-bedroom apartment for the duration of the program;Medical insurance;Round-trip travel from home country.How to apply?Please note that application for admission to the Greenberg World Fellows Program is completely an online process. There are no paper forms to complete or mail.Prior to the deadline, you may work on your application at any time and submit it when you are ready. After creating an account and accessing the online application, you can upload materials and request your letters of recommendation.Please complete this form to be notified via e-mail when the online application for the 2017 Yale World Fellows Program is available.If your question is unanswered, you may contact staff at: [email protected] Please do not send multiple emails regarding one issue, and please do not email staff individually.For more information, please visit the official website. Pocket Similar Stories center_img September 26, 2016 Published by elena Yale World Fellows Program for Mid-Career Leaders Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. ← Help Desk Officer/Interpreter/Translator at EU InfoCentre in Skopje “Germany, Russia, Ukraine: A Common Future?” → Share 0 WISE Emerging Leaders Fellowship Program 2021last_img read more

IPA arranges sale of Ahwatukee multifamily complex

first_imgInstitutional Property Advisors (IPA), a division of Marcus & Millichap specializing in serving institutional and major private real estate investors, has arranged the sale of Mountainside, a 288-unit luxury apartment complex located on more than 14 acres within Mountain Park Ranch, a 2,500-acre master-planned community in the urban village of Ahwatukee in Phoenix. The terms of the sale were not released.Cornerstone Real Estate Advisers, acting on behalf of an institutional investor, sold Mountainside Apartments to a private investor with IPA senior director Steve Gebing and Marcus & Millichap vice president investments Cliff David representing both parties in the transaction.“There is virtually no developable land in Ahwatukee, which makes it one of the highest-barriers-to-entry submarkets in Arizona,” says Gebing. “The lack of buildable land insulates Mountainside from future multifamily development and the dearth of new projects in the development pipeline supports prospects for long-term profitability as rental demand increases and supply stays constant.”The property is located at 3625 East Ray Road in Ahwatukee near the intersection of Interstate 10 and Ray Road, with connectivity to Loop 202, the Santan Freeway; Loop 101, the Price/Pima Freeway; and U.S. Route 60, the Superstition Freeway. The 167,760-square-foot Mountain Park Pavilions retail center is across the street and a 961,565-square-foot shopping center, Ahwatukee Foothills Towne Center, is one and one-half miles away. Some of the Valley’s most notable employers are nearby, including Intel, Verizon Wireless, Insight, Honeywell, and Avnet.Built by Fairfield Residential in 1996, Mountainside offers a selection of one-, two-, and three-bedroom floor plans. More than 80 percent of the units feature updated hardware, plumbing, and lighting fixtures. Interiors have nine-foot ceilings, full-size washers and dryers, decorative crown molding, spacious walk-in closets, Roman soaking tubs with clear glass tub enclosures, and personal balcony or patio areas. Wood-burning fireplaces, built-in bookshelves, and overhead plant shelves are available in select units.Community amenities include two resort-inspired swimming pools and a hydrotherapy spa surrounded by magnificent mountain views, a standalone, fully updated fitness center with state-of-the-art cardio and weight training equipment, and poolside gas barbecues with Ramadas. The property also has an executive business center with a Wi-Fi lounge, 147 detached garages, and access to the Mountain Park Ranch HOA recreational facilities.last_img read more

Nasa Hataoka finishes 10th as Thai Ariya Jutanugarn wins U.S. Women’s Open

first_imgThe 22-year-old Thai, who started the round with a four stroke lead, shot a 1-over 73 and finished at 11-under, allowing Kim to force the playoff after she tied on a 67, the day’s best score. But Jutanugarn remained focused and earned her second major crown when Kim faltered a return to No. 18.“It was pretty tough for me because I didn’t finish well on the last two holes, but I wasn’t nervous or excited anymore during the playoff,” said Jutanugarn, who won the Women’s British Open in 2016. “I feel great, and I feel really honored to join the list of winners before me.”Hataoka, who narrowly missed out on her first Tour win after finishing runner-up at last month’s Kingsmill Championship, said she was glad to reach the top 10 in her first U.S. Women’s Open appearance but wished for a better result.“I was able to start out aggressively with a birdie, but it’s disappointing that I finished at even-par,” the 19-year-old said.“It was a tough four days. The weather was pretty rough and it was hard to stay focused. But I think I’m gradually getting closer to a (LPGA Tour) victory.”Rumi Yoshiba finished 40th at 7-over, while Ayako Uehara failed to make the cut. Nasa Hataoka plays a shot during the final round of the U.S. Women’s Open on Sunday in Birmingham, Alabama. | USA TODAY / VIA REUTERS BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA – Nasa Hataoka finished in 10th place at an even-par 288 after Sunday’s fourth round of the U.S. Women’s Open, won by Thailand’s Ariya Jutanugarn after besting South Korea’s Kim Hyo-joo in a four-hole playoff.Hataoka cancelled out five birdies with five bogeys for an even 72 at Shoal Creek Golf and Country Club, while Jutanugarn became the first Thai player to win the tournament and earned her second LGPA major victory despite struggling on the back nine. IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 RELATED PHOTOScenter_img GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES U.S. Women’s Open, Nasa Hataoka KEYWORDSlast_img read more

Former team mates clash over Australia’s non-aggression pact

first_imgSYDNEY, (Reuters) – Michael Clarke and Simon Katich famously clashed physically in the dressing room when they were test players and this week they have become embroiled in a verbal disagreement over Australia’s commitment to be less aggressive on the pitch. Clarke joined a chorus of former players who have criticised the new ethos propagated in the wake of March’s ball-tampering scandal, saying Australia’s chances of success would be compromised if their aggressive streak was tempered.“You don’t need to be best mates with everyone. Australian cricket, I think, needs to stop worrying about being liked and start worrying about being respected,” former Australia captain Clarke told Macquarie Sports Radio.“Play tough Australian cricket. Because whether we like it or not, that’s in our blood. “If you try and walk away from it, we might be the most liked team in the world, we’re not going to win (anything). We won’t win a game. Boys and girls want to win.” Katich, a former test opener, has been touted as a candidate to join the Cricket Australia (CA) board in the wake of a highly critical cultural review that forced the resignation of chairman David Peever.Among the findings of the Longstaff Review was that on-field abuse of opponents had been “normalised” and a culture of “winning without counting the cost” had been fostered in the Australian game.Katich thought Clarke had missed the point. “What’s been forgotten in all of this is we blatantly cheated and the reason we’re at this point now, and what led us to this point, and we talk about the line that was talked about for so long,” he told SEN radio.“The point is, we were caught for blatantly cheating and we have to rectify that as soon as possible to earn back the respect of the cricketing public in Australia and worldwide.“We’ve been a disliked team for a number of years through that on-field behaviour and it obviously came to a head in Cape Town. “They can still play the Australian way in terms of playing competitive and playing fairly, but not going over the top and going across the rules like they did in Cape Town.”Captain Steve Smith and his vice captain David Warner were banned for a year, while batsman Cameron Bancroft was suspended for nine months by Cricket Australia for the attempts to tamper with the ball in a test against South Africa in Cape Town.Tim Paine will lead the side into a four-test home series against India next week, having vowed to eradicate the verbal abuse, or sledging, under his captaincy.last_img read more

Adams’ agent: ‘Fifa ban is good’

first_imgThe agent, who coaxed Saddick Adams into illegally abrogating his contract with Etoile du Sahel which resulted in a ban and fine by Fifa, has bizarrely claimed that decision favours the Ghanaian striker!Football’s world governing body banned Adams for four months for abandoning his contract with the Tunisian side to sign for Spanish club Atletico Madrid.According to the Tunisian media, the youngster was also handed a fine of US$120,000 by Fifa for his abrupt decision of leaving Etoile.Adams’ two-year fight with Etoile at Fifa means he has not been able to play any competitive club matches during the period while the career of his peers has taken off.But in a strange spin to the tragedy that has affected the career of the young striker, Jones Abu Alhassan, the Ghana FA member who acted on behalf of the player during theillegal deal, says it is a positive decision even though they are yet to receivea copy of Fifa’s ruling.“The player has sat out for a really long time so the four months I imagine will have taken care of itself,” Alhassan told KickOffGhana. “The bottom line is that Saddick will be the one who benefits.“He will be free to play for one of the best clubs in the world, AshantiGold will earn more money and the player himself will have a contract far better than what Etoile had offered.”FIFA’s board ruled in favour of Etoile after the striker’s defection following the 2007 Under-17 World Cupin South Korea.The Ghana youth player had originally signed a contract with the Tunisian side prior to the tournament but his stock rose so high off his strong performances that he decided to breach it in favour of joining Atletico Madrid in Spain.The decision comes more than a year after Etoile deposited their official complaint over the matter. Adams’ fine is double the amount of money spent by the Sousse-based side at the time of his signing.It is unclear whether Atletico Madrid will cover the fine or if the player will be expected to procure the money himself.The ruling from Fifa raises serious questions about the agents who advised the then minor to break his contract with Etoile to sign for the Spanish side.Adams took the advice from a Nigerian agent and his Ghanaian accomplice Alhassan in the botched deal.Source: Ghanasoccernetlast_img read more