JANUARY 20, 2019 Working Title: Advertised Salary: Hiring Department(s): Carter [email protected] Access (WTRS): 7-1-1 (out-of-state: TTY: 800.947.3529, STS:800.833.7637) and above Phone number (See RELAY_SERVICE for furtherinformation. ) WI medical licensure; BC in pediatric cardiology orequivalent To begin the application process, please click on the “” button.You will be asked to upload a CV and statement of interest withinthe application process.The deadline for assuring full consideration is January 15, 2019,however the position will remain open and applications may beconsidered until the position is filled. N/A Position Vacancy ID: Instructions to Applicants: Anticipated Begin Date: PROFESSOR(C20NN) or ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR(C30NN) or ASSISTANTPROFESSOR(C40NN) 50% – 100% Faculty FTE: Position Summary: Official Title: Additional Information: The University of Wisconsin is an Equal Opportunity andAffirmative Action Employer.The Annual Security and FireSafety Report contains current campus safety and disciplinarypolicies, crime statistics for the previous 3 calendar years, andon-campus student housing fire safety policies and fire statisticsfor the previous 3 calendar years. UW-Madison will provide a papercopy upon request; please contact the University of Wisconsin PoliceDepartment . Minimum of 4-7 years as practicing pediatric cardiologist,preferably in an academic setting. Interest in developing orexpanding an independent research program also preferred. Degree and area of specialization: A536751-MEDICAL SCHOOL/PEDIATRICS/CARDIOLOGY M.D. or equivalent, completion of U.S. pediatric residency andpediatric cardiology fellowship programs Minimum number of years and type of relevant workexperience: Employment Class: Job no: 96963-FAWork type: Faculty Full or Part Time, Faculty-Full Time,Faculty-Part TimeDepartment: SMPHPEDIATRICSCARDIOLOGYLocation: MadisonCategories: Health Care, Medical, Social Services Pediatric Cardiologist to provide inpatient and outpatient clinicalcare, teaching, research and scholarly activities.The School of Medicine and Public Health has a deep and profoundcommitment to diversity both as an end in itself but, also as avaluable means for eliminating health disparities. As such, westrongly encourage applications from candidates who foster andpromote the values of diversity and inclusion. Pediatric Cardiologist Candidates for associate or full professor rank must meet criteriafor appointment at rank per UW School of Medicine and Public Healthguidelines for appointment and promotion on the tenure track. Contact: Minimum $80,000 ANNUAL (12 months)Plus UW Medical Foundation Term: 96963-FA Additional Link:Full Position Details License or Certificate: Applications Open: Dec 13 2018 Central Standard TimeApplications Close:
Dave Stafford for www.theindianalawyer.comJust weeks ahead of Indiana’s presidential primary, a federal judge reaffirmed Indiana’s ban on automated telephone calls for political purposes.The political action committee Patriotic Veterans Inc. failed to prove its First Amendment rights were violated under Indiana’s Automated Dialing Machine Statute, I.C. 24–5–14–1, which broadly prohibits autodialed telephone calls that announce recorded messages.District Judge William T. Lawrence of the U.S. Court for the Southern District of Indiana granted summary judgment to the state Thursday in Patriotic Veterans Inc. v. State of Indiana, et al., 1:10-cv-723.In ruling for the state and denying the PAC’s motion for summary judgment, Lawrence ruled Indiana’s statute “is content neutral and is a valid time, place, or manner restriction on speech, and, accordingly, it does not violate the First Amendment.”Patriotic Veterans Inc. brought the current challenge after the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled against the organization in 2013, holding that Indiana’s law was not preempted by the federal Telephone Consumer Protection Act.Lawrence wrote in a footnote that a prior Indiana attorney general had found an exception for political calls under the Indiana law, but “Attorney General (Greg) Zoeller recognizes no such exclusion with regard to the IADMS and has expressly reminded Indiana’s political parties that the statute does not exempt political calls. He also has stated that he intends to actively enforce the statute’s provisions.”Indiana’s May 3 primary is expected to play a larger-than-usual role in both the Democratic and Republican parties nominating contests. But Lawrence wrote that the Indiana statute does not unconstitutionally restrict speech, even though political callers are effectively banned from using robocalls.“Contrary to the Plaintiff’s claim, the [Indiana law] does not ‘eliminate their ability to have a voice in the marketplace of ideas when elections, votes, or other dialogue of political importance occurs,’” Lawrence wrote. “The Plaintiff has pointed to evidence that the cost of live operator calls is about eight times more expensive … and that calls cannot always be made fast enough for the messages to be delivered in the time allotted.“However, as the Defendants note, the Plaintiff has ample other means with which to deliver its message, including live telephone calls, consented to robocalls, radio and television advertising and interviews, debates, door-to-door visits, mailings, flyers, posters, billboards, bumper stickers, e-mail, blogs, [I]nternet advertisements, Twitter feeds, YouTube videos, and Facebook postings. The Plaintiff is not entitled to its first or best choice or even one that provides the same audience. Ample alternative channels of communication remain open to the Plaintiff.”In a statement Friday, Zoeller called the ruling a victory for privacy rights.“This important ruling ensures Indiana’s strict telephone privacy laws remain intact. Hoosiers value their privacy and do not want to be bombarded with unwanted robocalls. As I’ve said many times, robocalls are the tools of scam artists. There are plenty of legitimate, lawful ways to contact people and disseminate political information, but blasting out pre-recorded messages to thousands of numbers at a time with no regard for privacy is not one of them,” he said.Zoeller said unwanted calls remain the top consumer complaint his office receives. Nearly 14,000 such complaints were received last year, most of which concerned robocalls. The penalty for violating the Indiana Auto Dialer law is up to $5,000 per call.Last month, Zoeller warned political campaigns to adhere to state telephone privacy laws and refrain from robocalling residents leading up to the 2016 primary election and the general election on Nov. 8.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
Yoasis Beach Bowls will open within the next couple weeks at 1242 Boardwalk in Ocean City, NJ.Yoasis, the popular frozen yogurt shop that opened on downtown Asbury Avenue three years ago, is preparing to add a second location on the Ocean City Boardwalk.Tina Spadafora-Gushka and Matt Gushka are working to launch the new Yoasis Beach Bowls by the end of April.The owners were busy assembling frozen yogurt machines and outfitting the shop at 1242 Boardwalk, the former location of the Barefoot Trading Company (which moves down to the 1000 block of the Boardwalk).Spadafora-Gushka said she had always wanted to have a boardwalk location, and the opportunity arose this spring.“I love this location,” she said, looking out over the beach and boardwalk between 12th and 13th streets.The new boardwalk Yoasis Beach Bowls will have a different flavor than the downtown self-serve frozen yogurt location.Beach Bowls will serve six flavors of frozen yogurt (not self-serve), but also will feature “bowls” such as Acai Bowls — pure acai, banana and almond milk, topped with granola and banana. A variety of smoothies also will be available, along with vegan and gluten-free baked goods.One signature menu item will be cold-pressed coffee, a drink brewed without heat for a smoother taste and low acidity, according to Spadafora-Gushka. It is served as iced coffee.“Pinkberry meets Jamba Juice” is how she described her new venture, referring to two growing national franchises.The location will be open weekends through the spring, then seven days for the season. The downtown location remains open seven days a week.