IFPTE Local 21 is excited that the City of Santa Clara Employee Association is considering affiliating with our union. Affiliating with IFPTE Local 21 means bringing in the resources, staff, and experience necessary to win big for yourselves. Below is information about our union, and why we think City of Santa Clara employees would benefit from affiliating with our vision. If you have further questions or want to support affiliating with IFPTE Local 21, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
<p>The 2016 AmeriFlux-NEON White Paper &ldquo;Globally interoperable eddy-covariance data products through affiliating NEON sites with <a href=" ;>AmeriFlux</a> and FLUXNET&rdquo; resulted from jointly led breakout sessions at the <a href=" =https%3A%2F%2Fameriflux.lbl.gov%2Fevent%2Fameriflux-annual-pi-meeting-2016%2F&amp;data=02%7C01%7Cmjones01%40battelleecology.org%7Cf0ea7a07bf9643f07a0a08d793aea736%7Cf44d2ab390994d85998610165a8619f5%7C0%7C0%7C637140250651661494&amp;sdata=nIklPG4bWmoow%2FIasnux93ZjYiv7RaAAQN55U%2B6rJIA%3D&amp;reserved=0">2016 AmeriFlux Principal Investigator Meeting</a> in Golden, CO. The White Paper established the foundation and goals of the now active collaboration between the AmeriFlux and NEON networks, and provides ideas for additional future activities. It may also be a useful example for other efforts seeking to establish successful cross-project collaborations, e.g., with NEON, AmeriFlux, and/or other networks.&nbsp;<em>DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.29566.95040/2</em></p><p>&nbsp;</p>
Finally, the psychology of Hobbes, though too undeveloped to guide the thoughts or even perhaps arrest the attention of Locke, when essaying the scientific analysis of knowledge, came in course of time (chiefly through James Mill) to be connected with the theory of associationism developed from within the school of Locke, in different ways, by Hartley and Hume; nor is it surprising that the later associationists, finding their principle more distinctly formulated in the earlier thinker, should sometimes have been betrayed into affiliating themselves to Hobbes rather than to Locke.
While it is a welcome change, colleges will really have to evolve rapidly and develop capabilities they currently do not have, if they are to live up to the responsibilities the autonomy brings. We have about 40,000 affiliated colleges. There are a few routes these colleges can take when the affiliating model ends.
The affiliating university, no doubt, will have to be involved in this transition of colleges, and will have to help colleges in developing the capabilities to become autonomous. An approach on how this ownership of design of courses can be transferred gradually from the university to the college is given in the Economic Times article (link above, summary below).
Not sure where to begin? The following guide breaks down the basics of affiliating* with Performing Rights Organizations (PROs) and Collective Management Organizations (CMOs) so you can cover as many fiscal bases as possible with your back catalog.
As an academic medical center, University of Utah Health believes it has an obligation to share its resources, clinical expertise, research and educational capabilities with healthcare providers throughout the region. By affiliating with other quality driven organizations, like Mountain West (and sister hospital Evanston Regional Hospital in Evanston, Wyoming), UUHC proved it was committed to a collaborative approach to improving patient care.
By affiliating, "the big brands extend their geographic reach and presence," explains Stuart Seides, physician executive director of Washington, D.C.-based MedStar Heart & Vascular Institute, which has a "clinical and research alliance" with the Cleveland Clinic. "Smaller hospitals bask in reflected glory."
While a university may have one or several affiliated colleges, it is not necessarily a collegiate university, which is a union or federation of semi-autonomous colleges. For the most part, this model is restricted to colleges and universities. On rarer occasions, however, elementary schools or high schools may also enter into affiliating agreements.
The Lost Highway soundtrack's kitchen-sink assemblage of mid-1990s alternative acts such as Nine Inch Nails and Smashing Pumpkins and glam giants like David Bowie and Lou Reed seems like a brazen attempt to open additional revenue streams for David Lynch's uncommercial twenty-first-century noir nightmare. However, closer attention to how these songs are used in the film, particularly three cover songs, reveals a more intricate strategy. This article explores how scholarship regarding cover songs echoes and extends scholarship on postmodern identity in Lost Highway and on the compilation soundtrack itself. Each cover appears at a crucial moment in the narrative, and each exemplifies what Michael Rings calls a "generic reset," a transformative recording that shifts genre and style to create a new song complete with the ability to alter the meaning of the song and, in the case of Lost Highway, the film as well. Lost Highway's covers twist Kassabian's concept of affiliating identifications, ensnaring the audience in a web of affiliating misidentifications, a sonic déjà vu in which the comfort of recognition collapses into disorientation, not pleasure. Such a move in a film about doppelgängers and alter egos borne out of a white male sexual panic cannot be mere coincidence. By subverting audience identification with the soundtrack, Lost Highway broadens noir conventions musically and opens new lanes to understanding the compilation soundtrack as a vehicle for subverting and resisting control and pleasure, chansons fatales whose identities are as fluid and beyond the audience's control as the femme fatale is from the male noir protagonist. 2b1af7f3a8