Assistant Clinical or Associate Clinical Professor

first_imgAll applicants must apply online at www.msujobs.msstate.edu andattach a cover letter, curriculum vitae and the complete contactinformation for at least 3 references. Inquiries should be directedto the Search Committee Chair, Dr. Rosalind Operton. Any socialsecurity numbers included on requested transcripts should beredacted prior to submitting online.Equal Employment Opportunity Statement:MSU is an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicantswill receive consideration for employment without regard to race,color, ethnicity, sex, religion, national origin, disability, age,sexual orientation, genetic information, pregnancy, genderidentity, status as a U.S. veteran, and/or any other statusprotected by applicable law. We always welcome nominations andapplications from women, members of any minority group, and otherswho share our passion for building a diverse community thatreflects the diversity in our student population. Position Function:Teaching and service/outreach.Salary Grade : UCPlease see Staff Compensation Structure orSkilled Crafts and ServiceMaintenance Compensation Schedule for salary ranges. For salarygrade UC, these positions are “Unclassified” and salary ranges aredetermined by the hiring department.Department Profile:Visit http://www.meridian.msstate.edu/academics/Area of Specialization:Educational LeadershipAnticipated Appointment Date:August 16, 2021Tenure Track Status:Non-Tenure TrackEssential Duties and Responsibilities:Teach graduate level courses in Educational Leadership andundergraduate in Educational Psychology, Foundations, SpecialEducation, Elementary Education and/or Secondary Education; utilizeonline learning resources in the classroom; advise students; serveon graduate program committees; supervise interns; collaborate withlocal school districts; provide service to the Division ofEducation, the University and the profession; seek external fundingto support teaching and service activities; perform other duties asassigned that support the mission of the Division and theUniversity.Minimum Qualifications:Doctorate in Educational Leadership or related field; eligible forlicensure in School Administration in Mississippi; experience as aK-12 administrator; minimum of 3 years of teaching experience inthe PK-12 setting.ABDs or degree pending considered (all but DISS):YesPreferred Qualifications:Graduate degree in Secondary Education; evidence of high-qualityuniversity level teaching; greater than 3 years of PK-12 teachingexperience; experience with online learning formats; experiencewith the Educational Leadership program accreditation process;eligibility for licensure in teaching one or more PK-12 subjectareas.Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:Knowledge of current issues and trends in the field of EducationalLeadership; skill in teaching; ability to collaborate effectivelywith colleagues.Instructions for Applying:Link to apply: http://explore.msujobs.msstate.edu/last_img read more

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LeBron wanted it and California’s governor signed it. What the college athlete compensation law means to real estate

first_imgLeBron James and California Governor Gavin Newsom (Credit: Getty Images and iStock)California’s landmark student athlete compensation bill has now been signed into law, and while the NCAA has strong objections, one very high profile athlete is making his feelings known.Gov. Gavin Newsom signed the “Fair Pay to Play Act” into law on Monday, and marked the occasion with an appearance on L.A. Lakers superstar LeBron James’ HBO show, “The Shop.”The new law — which will allow college athletes to earn money from their names, likenesses and images — could also have a major impact on California’s real estate industry by creating a new pipeline of young millionaires in the home buying market. Several Los Angeles real estate agents said they support the measure, though it also presents a unique set of challenges.ADVERTISEMENTThe new law, which will take effect in 2023, “is going to initiate dozens of other states to introduce similar legislation,” Newsom said at a signing ceremony on James’ show. “It’s going to change college sports for the better by finally having the interests of the athletes on par with the interests of the institutions. Now we’re rebalancing that power.”James was able to join the NBA without being required to spend a year in college, as most young athletes must now do. He has been a vocal critic of NCAA rules prohibiting student athletes from profiting off their likenesses, measures that many see as exploitative.The Pac-12 Conference has spoken out against the bill, raising the concern that members California State University, Stanford, UCLA and USC could lose their NCAA membership as a result.“Our universities have led important student-athlete reform over the past years,” the conference said in a statement, “but firmly believe all reforms must treat our student-athletes as students pursuing an education, and not as professional athletes.” [WaPo] — Kevin Sun This content is for subscribers only.Subscribe Nowlast_img read more

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Here’s what tenants are paying at 860 Washington

first_img Email Address* Full Name* Message* In a reflection of the financial heft of its tenants, rent collection at 860 Washington has held strong at 100 percent throughout the pandemic.Meanwhile, physical occupancy at the building was less than 10 percent when S&P analysts visited the property in January. Alibaba is currently considering subleasing its space on the ninth floor, which has not been built out yet, as its employees are all still working remotely.Contact Kevin Sun From left: 860 Washington Street, Meadow Partners Managing Partner Jeff Kaplan and Calpers CEO Marcie Frost (Photos via Meadow Partners; Calpers; CNY Group)In one of the few major office acquisitions to close in Manhattan since the start of the pandemic, Meadow Partners and California Public Employees’ Retirement System last month picked up the ground lease at 860 Washington Street in the Meatpacking District for $232 million.Romanoff Equities and Property Group Partners completed the boutique building in 2016. Shortly before the ground lease sale, Romanoff bought out Property Group in a sale-leaseback deal valuing the land at the $80 million.Meadow Partners and CalPERS financed their acquisition with a $116 million loan from JPMorgan Chase, which has been included in a CMBS transaction named BMARK 2021-B23. Loan documents provide an inside look at the property’s finances — and a rent roll including prominent tech tenants like Alibaba and Tesla.As of November, the 117,230-square-foot office building is 97 percent leased to seven tenants, all paying triple-digit rents per square foot.The largest tenant is Chinese tech giant Alibaba, occupying more than a quarter of the total rentable space — and with the right of first offer for any tenant space that becomes available at the property, according to an S&P Global report. The company and its founder Jack Ma are currently facing pressure from Chinese regulators which led a financial services subsidiary, Ant Group, to cancel its IPO last fall.The 11,000-square-foot ground-floor retail space is fully occupied by Tesla’s only store in Manhattan, paying nearly $500 per square foot in annual rent — more than a quarter of the property’s total rent bill. Tesla CEO Elon Musk became the world’s richest person last month, as the company’s stock price has more than quintupled over the past year.Other tenants at the building at are Baker Brothers Investments, an investor in life sciences companies; Delos, a wellness real estate and technology firm; Social Finance, a SoftBank-backed online personal finance company; LG Capital Investors, the family office of Blackstone alum Lawrence Guffey; and San Francisco-based venture capital firm Expa LLC, which executed a new lease at the property during the pandemic.Read moreMeadow Partners picks up 860 Washington ground lease for $230MMeatpacking’s 860 Washington valued at $80M in sale-leasebackOnline lender SoFi inks pricey office lease at 860 WashingtonRomanoff Equities strikes deal with partner for Meatpacking District office, retail projectlast_img read more

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