Afternoon Brief, October 22

first_imgShare TAGS24th Annual Zinfandel Experience Tasting EventAgri-AnalysisAgriOzeinAmcorBacigalupiBeverage Trade NetworkCaliforniaComplimentary Family Winemakers of California WebcastCrimeaCult WinesDiscover Califronia WinesDroughtDTC Wine SymposiumEl NinoFranceHarvestHealthItalyMcCrometer CONNECTNapaNapa TechnologyNew YorkNomacorcOzogationPennsylvaniaPresidioRussiaSan FranciscoSanta Cruz MountainsSonoma State UniversitySouth AfricaTapp LabelUnified Wine & Grape SymposiumVin De FranceVinoProVitiSealWally’s AuctionsWoolls Ranch WineryZAP Home Afternoon Brief Afternoon Brief, October 22Afternoon BriefAfternoon Brief, October 22By Press Release – October 22, 2014 20 0 Pinterest Subscribe to the Afternoon BriefAdvertisement Advertisement Previous articleFamily Memories of Sonoma Inspire New Wine Brand Gehricke Launches with 95-Point Los Carneros Pinot NoirNext articleConsilience Wines Appoints Blue Ventures Wine Marketing Press Release Subscribe to the Afternoon Briefcenter_img Linkedin ReddIt Email Twitter Facebook Trending Story:Wally’s Wine Auction Tests Demand for Cult CaliforniaA Wallys wine auction in New York this Friday could be a bellwether for the popularity of cult Californians…Today’s News:Napa County supervisors postpone controversial Woolls Ranch Winery decisionNapa County supervisors decided Tuesday they needed more time to finish an appeal hearing involving the proposed Woolls Ranch Winery in the Mount Veeder area…ZAP Announces the 24th Annual Zinfandel Experience Tasting Event January 29-31, 2015 at the Presidio of San FranciscoThe premier tasting event for Zinfandel lovers will celebrate its 24th anniversary, January 29-31, 2015 with four festive celebratory events over three days that feature a diverse selection of wines and styles…El Nino unlikely this year, but hot and dry conditions expectedOf the models surveyed by the Bureau of Meteorology, three of eight are suggesting El Nino thresholds could be reached by January, while another two remain just shy of the thresholds for an event…2,447 Bottles of Wine on the Wall and Pennsylvania Plans to Dump Them AllThe 2014 New York Wine Experience: Letting Wine’s Genie Out of the BottleSanta Cruz Mountains harvest features a fast, flavorful endingVin de France has driven ‘important growth’ for French wineOfficial Champagne grand tasting returns to San FranciscoCalifornia’s drought: Getting grimmer, say expertsSouth Africa 2014 Wine Exports Drop 13% Versus Year AgoIn Italy, 2014 has been a tough vintageCrimean Wine Industry to See Boost From Russian FundsFrench winemakers demand action on ‘incurable’ grape disease devastating vinesIs wine the cure for acne?Supplier News:Bacigalupi grapes first to benefit from AgriOzein OzogationUnified Wine and Grape Symposium Event Schedule ReleasedTapp Label Technologies Inc., Enters into Purchase AgreementNapa Technology, Innovators of How Wine is Served, Launches New At-Home Preservation SystemSonoma State University’s Wine Business Institute Launches New Direct to Consumer CertificateCalifornia irrigation district recognized as global modelSmart Ag Remote Monitoring Anytime, Anywhere With McCrometer CONNECT TrendView Mobile AppDTC Wine Symposium Workshops to Focus on Practical Recommendations: Best Practices for Mobile E-Commerce, Loyalty Programs, Tasting Room “Story Telling” and Regional TourismComplimentary Family Winemakers of California Webcast: Budgeting for 2015 – Top Changes You Need to MakeDiscover Califronia Wines Expands WebsiteSix common wine faults and tips on how to identify themNew Reagent Detects Broader LR3 Variants in California VineyardsU.S. wineries looking to export to Australia: Here is an event not to be missedA Revolutionary Treatment for Healthy Vine ManagementImproved recycling performance for aluminium closureslast_img read more

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Faculty Research and/or Teaching Position for Free Speech and Open Inquiry in Classics & Literature

first_imgThe Institute for Humane Studies (IHS) is offering positions forresearch and teaching with compensation ranging from $5,000 to$25,000 to support scholarship or programs on the subject of freespeech and open inquiry.IHS is particularly interested in applications that explore howthe applicant hopes to use this position to study the classicalliberal tradition of individual rights, free markets, andself-governance have contributed to the development of freespeech.IHS traditionally works with academics in the fields ofeconomics, political science, philosophy, history, and law, howeverscholars of all disciplines are welcome to apply. Applications willbe accepted on a rolling basis beginning immediately forthe 2020-2021 academic year and areavailable to academics of any career stage.Successful applicants may be asked to visit Arlington, Virginiato present relevant research and activity to a select group fromthe IHS staff.Application and DeadlinesApplications are currently being accepted for the 2020-2021academic year and are open to academics at any stage of theircareers. Applications deadlines are listed below:April 1, 2021 | Applications for fall 2021projects dueMay 28, 2021 | Decisions announcedAward notifications will be sent to applicants within four weeksafter each deadline. Information about the Institute for HumaneStudiesThe Institute for Humane Studies partners with professors topromote the teaching and research of liberty and to advance highereducation’s core purpose of intellectual discovery and humanprogress.Our vision is to ensure higher education becomes a place whereclassical liberal ideas are regularly taught, discussed,challenged, and developed, and where free speech, intellectualdiversity, and open inquiry flourish. Institute for Humane Studies Research or TeachingPosition for Free Speech and Open InquiryDeadline: April 1, 2021Type: Faculty, tenured or tenured trackCompensation Amount: $5,000 –  $25,000last_img read more

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