Ceramics – Adjunct

first_img* Are you a Christian?YesNo * Do you attend church regularly?YesNo If no, please explain (required):(Open Ended Question)* Are you both familiar with and not in conflict with thefundamental doctrines and practices of the California SouthernBaptist Convention as stated in the Baptist Faith and Message datedJune 14, 2000? (Please see above link for more information)Yes (I am familiar and not in conflict)No (I am in conflict or not familiar) Teaching Responsibilities Qualifications State and Federal law permit California Baptist University todiscriminate on the basis of religion in order to fulfill itspurpose. The University does not discriminate contrary to eitherState or Federal law. A terminal degree in the field, or closely related discipline, ispreferred. Candidates working toward a terminal degree, or who havesignificant experience in the field, may be considered. Candidatesmust embrace the mission of California Baptist University, andevidence a clear understanding of, and commitment to, excellence inteaching through the integration of Christian faith. Successfulcandidates will have a history of quality University teachingexperience or significant professional engagement in the field, anddemonstrated relational skills. Teaching responsibilities in the undergraduate Fine Art program.Specific course assignments could range from Ceramics I, II, or III. Position TitleCeramics – Adjunctcenter_img Nondiscrimination Statement Supplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). Quick Link to Postinghttps://jobs.calbaptist.edu/postings/6130 Position Summary Posting Details The College of Architecture, Visual Art, and Design ( CAVAD ) atCalifornia Baptist University invites applications for adjunctfaculty positions in the field of Ceramics. Applicants mustdemonstrate an emphasis on conceptual / sculptural application ofthe medium in their own work. Review of applications is conductedin an ongoing manner according to need. Applicant DocumentsRequired DocumentsChristian Experience EssayCover LetterCurriculum VitaeOptional DocumentsLetter of Reference 1Letter of Reference 2Unofficial Transcriptlast_img read more

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Wisconsin dominates on power play, sweeps Minnesota State

first_imgSenior forward Blake Geoffrion had three goals and two assists in the Badgers series sweep of MSU.[/media-credit]Minnesota State came into Madison with clear physical intentions, and the Mavericks weren’t afraid to take penalties — 27 in all — to get their point across.The Badgers made them pay.Over the weekend, UW scored 12 goals, with half of them coming on the power play.“They’re a chippy team, and coming into a [series] like this, they try to get some momentum off that and they kept it close for a long time,” tri-captain Blake Geoffrion said. “That’s how they play the game, that’s how they get their momentum.”In Saturday night’s contest, MSU built some momentum right away as Eli Zuck scored with just 53 seconds gone in the first period. Junior goaltender Brett Bennett, in his first start since being pulled two weeks ago in Duluth, had some trouble playing the puck and the Mavericks capitalized.But thanks to the efforts of fourth-line winger Andy Bohmbach, Bennett and the Badgers wouldn’t play behind for long. Less than a minute later, Bohmbach went hard to net and lifted the puck over MSU goaltender Phil Cook to tie things up.The Hudson, Wis., native had been demoted to the fourth line by head coach Mike Eaves and Bohmbach’s response was a welcomed surprise.“He got the game puck tonight. I said to Andy ‘I don’t know what you had for a pregame meal, but I’m going to need that again,’” Eaves said. “He looked like he had speed and anticipation, and it was fun to see that.”Bohmbach was pleased with his Saturday performance, but netting a game-tying goal for his team was the response he was most proud of.“[The goal] felt good; it’s always good to rebound like that, get a goal right after they do,” Bohmbach said. “Shuts them up for sure, and gets our team going a bit as well.”The goal certainly got the Badgers going, as Geoffrion and Ben Street also scored to give UW a 3-1 lead heading into the second period.Geoffrion’s tally came on the power play at the 9:59 mark as Michael Davies continued to spark the Badger attack with his great vision and flawless passing. Davies found Geoffrion in the slot and the senior fired a snapshot past Cook’s glove.Street also benefited from some great vision as John Mitchell did his best Davies impression to help give the Badgers a two-goal lead with one minute remaining in the first frame. Mitchell calmly gathered the puck in front of the MSU crease and the 6-foot-5 forward somehow found Street who was trailing behind him.“[Mitchell] showed great vision tonight,” Eaves said. “That was an area we hoped we could expand and he made some great passes tonight.”After a breakaway goal from grinder Ben Grotting and a shorthanded goal from defenseman Jake Gardiner, the Badgers went back to work on the power play.With a 5-2 lead in the final minutes of the second period, Brendan Smith fired a shot into the top shelf to expand the Badger lead and end the night for Cook.As play moved into the third period, the Mavericks got a power play goal from Tyler Pitlick, but the Badgers had an answer. On another power play opportunity, defenseman Ryan McDonagh wristed a shot from the point that beat newly inserted MSU goaltender Austin Lee.Geoffrion added one more, blasting a slap shot from the left circle in the bottom right corner of the net after exiting the penalty box to give the Badgers a resounding 8-4 victory.UW needed a sweep to keep pace in the WCHA title race, and Friday the Badgers got off to the winning start they needed.Wisconsin dominated play in the first period (17-5 advantage in shots) but had nothing to show for it. MSU would open the scoring at the 14:24 mark despite being outplayed, thanks to a shot from Mike Louwerse that beat Scott Gudmandson.Cook did all he could to keep UW off the scoreboard, but with a 5-on-3 power play the Badgers finally broke through.Davies fired a shot on the doorstep that was initially saved by Cook, but the senior forward grabbed the rebound and fired home the second attempt.Seconds later, still on the man-advantage, Davies struck again.This time Davies got his stick on the puck in mid-air and he was able to direct it past a sprawling Cook to give UW the lead. It was another display of Davies’ remarkable hands and offensive ability.“We have a bunch of guys with good hands,” Eaves said. “But Michael has real good quickness and some eye-hand coordination and that is one of his gifts.”Despite going 0-4 on the power play in the first period, Davies knew the power play unit would eventually come through.“We couldn’t score on the power play. We were getting our chances, even on 5-on-5, we knew we were going to end up getting one; we just stayed persistent,” Davies said. “I was able to tuck two in.”In the second period, Geoffrion tallied a power play goal and Aaron Bendickson netted a shorthanded score midway through the third period.MSU made it close late thanks to a shorthanded goal of its own and a converted penalty shot, but it was too little too late.The 4-3 win Friday coupled with Saturday’s dominating performance has put UW in prime position to make a push for the WCHA title and the Badgers are well aware of how tight this race is.“Every weekend, there’s not an easy game to take off, or an easy team to play — you’ve got to win them all,” Geoffrion said. “Especially here at the end of the year with it so tight and anybody can pretty much win it.”last_img read more

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3 takeaways from Syracuse men’s lacrosse scrimmages against Hofstra, Le Moyne

first_imgSyracuse held its first scrimmages of the 2017 season on Sunday afternoon in the Ensley Athletic Center. The Orange took a 7-6 victory over Hofstra in the opening game and beat Le Moyne 8-3 in the only half of play open to media members.With the departure of SU’s points leader Dylan Donahue, the Orange is still looking for its “quarterback.” Head coach John Desko thinks Jordan Evans could be the team’s new leader on attack.Here are three takeaways from Syracuse’s opening games in 2017.With Thorpe out, Voigt steps into man-up role alongside startersWith redshirt sophomore attack Gale Thorpe out for the season, a hole has opened in Syracuse’s offense for a man-up specialist. That role apparently will be filled by sophomore attack Brad Voigt, who took most of the reps on Sunday afternoon.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textVoigt said he will replace starting attack Nate Solomon after flags to play with senior Jordan Evans and junior transfer Brendan Bomberry, as well as the starting midfield of Nick Mariano, Sergio Salcido and Matt Lane.“(Voigt) is understanding the offense more and more as he gets more playing time so it was good to see him produce,” Desko said. “He shoots well. That was probably his best attribute, being able to finish the ball.”Voigt scored four goals on Sunday, two each against Hofstra and Le Moyne. His final goal of the afternoon came on the man-up.“You’re only out there for 30 seconds to a minute at a time,” Voigt said. “It’s really valuable time. … As a guy who doesn’t start or anything, you hop in there and you don’t want to force it or do too much.”Sophomore defender Nick Mellen probable for home opener Feb. 11Mellen has not practiced since the fall, but Desko said he could soon return. As soon as this week the sophomore defenseman will start running. While it won’t involve contact, Mellen will start with stick drills before doctors take a look and re-evaluate him at the end of the week.“We hope so,” Desko said when asked if Mellen will be ready for the opener.Mellen is the only returning starter on defense for SU and will be vital down the stretch of the season. The then-freshman started in 16 of 17 games and picked up 38 ground balls in 2016. He also forced 14 turnovers, second most on the team.“He’s hungry to get out there,” redshirt junior Matt Lane said. “I’ve seen him working out a bunch, playing wall ball. I think he’s pretty close to go.”Syracuse’s up-beat offense flowed against quality goaltenders, even though the scoreboard didn’t indicate itEarly in SU’s 7-6 win over Hofstra, Pride junior goalie Jack Concannon made a handful of point-blank saves. He racked up 14 saves to keep his team in the game despite SU’s diversified attack and a strong start from Lane, who scored two of Syracuse’s first three goals. Lane’s first goal came on the run off a dodge, kickstarting the SU offense in its first game against an opponent since last year’s NCAA tournament loss to Maryland.“He shoots the ball really, really hard,” Desko said. “So to see him stick and place it well against that hot goaltender is good.”Nine Syracuse players combined for 15 goals. The attack surrounding senior attackman Jordan Evans, who tallied three assists, included Voigt (four goals), Solomon and Tyler Ford (two each) and one goal each from Sergio Salcido, Nick Mariano, Stephen Rehfuss, Ryan Simmons and Brad McKinney. Ford scored the game-winner in the first game.Though SU narrowly beat Division-II Le Moyne in the second contest, the Orange’s offense flowed, especially since SU has held practices for only three weeks. Desko said his attackmen looked comfortable and should clean up its open-shot misses from close range.“Unfortunately we didn’t get as many goals as we wanted to on the scoreboard,” Desko said. “But like I said, I think we’re going to look back when we watch (film) and think we played pretty well considering it’s our first contest against another team.”Syracuse’s final tune-up scrimmage is against Harvard on Saturday morning. Comments Published on January 29, 2017 at 9:56 pm Contact Sam: [email protected] | @Sam4TR Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

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