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first_img July 1, 2005 Regular News Foundation applicants needed Foundation applicants needed The Board of Governors is seeking applicants for the following vacancy to be filled during its August 26 meeting: Florida Bar Foundation Board of Directors: Commencing immediately, one lawyer to serve remainder of a three-year term, ending June 30, 2006, on this 29-member board of directors which administers Florida’s IOTA program. Directors shall be members of the Foundation during their term(s) as directors.Persons interested in applying for this vacancy may download and complete the application online from the Bar’s Web site,, or may call Bar headquarters at (850) 561-5600, ext. 5757, to obtain an application form. Completed applications must be submitted to the Executive Director, The Florida Bar, 651 East Jefferson Street, Tallahassee 32399-2300 no later than close of business, Friday, August 5. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of an application.last_img read more

The finalists are in Pick your winner for this years Dance Your

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Vote Now! Chemistry Watch 1% Social sciences *Update, 1 November: The 2017 winners have been announced! Click here to see the overall winner, as well as the category winners and your pick for the Audience Favorite award.With the holiday season upon us, it’s time for relatives to start asking you the dreaded question: So, what is your Ph.D. about? Often, people’s eyes glaze over with confusion as you launch into the extremely complex, obscure topic that has taken over your life.There is a better way. The finalists are in: Pick your winner for this year’s Dance Your Ph.D. 1% 00 Minutes Email Chemistry Biology Social sciences Watch By John BohannonOct. 20, 2017 , 7:00 AM 00 Days 4% Watch Watch 78% Watch Watch 3% Watch Watch 1% Voting has not started. Voting begins Friday, 20 October Watch 2% Physics Click to view the privacy policy. Required fields are indicated by an asterisk (*) 2% Sign up for our daily newsletter Get more great content like this delivered right to you! Country Sort by ranking Thank You for Voting! You’ve casted your vote! Scroll down to see current voting results. 2% For the past 10 years, Science and AAAS have challenged scientists to explain their Ph.D. research with interpretive dance. This year’s submissions are in: Fifty-three Ph.D. dances. They cover a broad range of dance styles, and the dancers hail from Brazil, France, India, and even a remote Russian research university in Siberia.The first phase of the judging is now complete. A panel of previous winners has picked 12 finalists in each of the broad scientific categories: biology, chemistry, physics, and the social sciences. Now, the winners must be chosen.A panel of renowned scientists and dancers are scoring the finalists on their artistic and scientific merits. The winners of each of the four categories will receive cash prizes totaling $2500. The overall winner will head to Austin to screen their dance at the annual AAAS meeting in February 2018.We also want to know what you think! Between now and 11:59 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time on 30 October, use the voting app below to pick the dance that will win the Audience Favorite award. Cancan you decide? Submit Vote Social sciences Biology PeopleImages/iStockphoto Scroll down to see final results. 00 Seconds Physics Physics 2017 ‘Dance Your Ph.D.’ Finalists Watch Watch 2% Thank You for Voting! Scroll up to see current voting results. Come back on Tuesday, 31 October to view final results. Biology Watchlast_img read more