Thank you for yourinterest in a faculty position at the University of Houston. Pleaseknow that the University has implemented a temporary pause on allfaculty recruitment activity.The College of Engineering at the University of Houston invitesapplications for Lecturer positions to join the UndergraduateStudent Success Program (USSP) faculty team, whose main role isteaching first and second year engineering students at the UH mainCampus and our new campus in Katy, Texas. This faculty team worksclosely with the college’s academic advisors, with faculty in manydepartments; filling a crucial role in equipping first-yearstudents for success. The main organizations within UndergraduateStudent Success are The Program for Mastery of Engineering Studies(PROMES) and the Honors Engineering Program (HEP). These programsseek to provide a positive and supportive environment wherestudents are enabled to succeed academically while gaining anunderstanding of the engineering profession and itsdisciplines.The University of Houston is an equal opportunity/affirmativeaction employer. M inorities, women, veterans and persons withdisabilities are encouraged to apply.Qualifications :The ideal applicant will be able to demonstrate the ability tofunction in a collaborative atmosphere with multiple stakeholders.Candidates must possess a solid commitment to engineering educationand excellent communication skills. Applicants must possess a PhDor equivalent in an engineering discipline including engineeringeducation, a related education field, or a related STEMfield. PREFERED QUALIFICATIONS Exceptional candidates will haveexperience working with first-year engineering programs and/or havea record of scholarly activities in the area of engineeringeducation.
Rail travellers across the UK will get a taste of Liverpool on 28 February.The entire Virgin Train network will be serving up pies, courtesy of Anfield bakery Home Baked. And apart from placing pies alongside scouse (a traditional Liverpudlian beef or lamb stew) on the menu across its UK train networks, Virgin will be also staging celebratory events at its Lime Street base.Gary Campbell from Virgin Trains said: “We’re really keen to engage with local community initiatives here in Liverpool and celebrate the city; what better way to do this than through Global Scouse Day?“We had a brilliant time taking part in last year’s celebrations and wanted to build on that success.”This will be the fourth Global Scouse Day.
High street sandwich chain Subway has launched its Summer of Music with Pepsi, featuring award-winning Grime artist Stormzy.Subway and Pepsi Max have launched the Summer of Music campaign across both brands’ social media channels and in Subway stores. Aimed at millennials, the campaign will feature an exclusive online film featuring Stormzy, and an in-store competition to win over a thousand music tickets.Grime fans were surprised by the artist in a Subway store, where he created the exclusive online content. Titled Pepsi Max and Subway present: The Ultimate Fan, for the film Stormzy fans were challenged to prove their fandom by getting the lyrics to their hero’s tracks right while rapping to a live audio-visual stream. The best then met Stormzy in a Subway store.This summer consumers will also be able take part in an in-store competition, with a chance to win over a thousand music tickets including VIP weekend festival tickets and gig tickets.Sacha Clark, marketing director for Subway UK and Ireland, said: “We’re hugely excited about the upcoming campaign. Working with Pepsi Max, we’ve created a campaign with a number of firsts for the brand, which we believe will target our key millennial audience and encourage them to come into SUBWAY stores and keep discovering everything that our menu has to offer.”In July a new TV campaign was launched to support the Subway £3 Lunch.