Post by Sir X. Pol Briga on May 17, 2006 1:42:37 GMT -6
The goal of the University is to welcome incoming students in January 2007. Thus far there are a limited number of applicants for faculty positions, however, any shall be accepted as we move forward. To those who have expressed interest, an initial placement will be made on or before July 1, 2006, and proposals for initial class forms and syllabus shall be requested on or before October 1, 2006 for review.
Post by Sir X. Pol Briga on Jul 27, 2006 23:56:27 GMT -6
I would again encourage anyone of Talossan or Berber heritage to post their vitae at www.linkedin.com towards their recognition of positions within the faculty. I have received a number of inquiries over the past several months, and will endeavor to sort those out soon, but I encourage additional applications - you literally have the opportunity to create your own department or specialty within the University system.
I will be asking for allocation of a land grant from the États de Cézembre as the new session begins, and perhaps there is a budding architect or planner who would like to begin the process of the layout of the campus facilities and then take on chairmanship or deanship of a college of the same, or perhaps we can setup a college of design and have the students create the campus as we go along.
Post by Dréu Gavárþic'h on Sept 8, 2007 18:26:08 GMT -6
Could I register as a student?
Vote Progressive Party of Talossa
Voiatxeir, sint tu laists el vegour, es nitgil pü; Voiatxeir, non ja vegour; sè fäts el vegour àl zambularh. àl zambularh sè fäts el vegour Es àl inversarh la vischta davant sè vïa el patgeu qe nunca sé tent restorniat à pilarh. Voiatxeir, non ja vegour, mas itrins in la mar.
Post by Sir X. Pol Briga on Dec 22, 2007 0:06:29 GMT -6
Presumably at least an accredited degree will be required to teach, if I am correct, Chancellor?
If that is the case then I will only enroll as a student when I can.
Stream of conciousness notes follow
The mission statement of the University needs to be written, but I should think that anyone who can present a credible experience in a given topic area, whether by degree, work experience, long term hobby, avid research, etc should have their work considered by who completes a given course.
While I am at home (unfortunately with the flu) this holiday season, I shall attempt to get some things in order. I have had one project simmering regarding Geography, and others have mentioned various subjects. My goals would be to make sure courses would not be as slow as my efforts thus far, but certainly at a more measured pace than the average university semester to allow for the vagaries of the variety of modern life, but at the same time implementing some kind of progress.
Let me establish a basic web page this weekend, with the opportunity to post classroom material, and a lecture hall (chat room) that can be scheduled for interaction between teacher and student(s). Let us envision the day following this election period, Jan 15 2008 as a date for announcement of available classes and registration to take place during the latter half of January, with Ground Hog Day being the first official day of classes (one primary and one alternate class meeting per month). I will prepare a site post haste.
V: As we've adopted Wisconsin law, and I'm not up-to-date on their laws on this subject, I assume it's not.
Oct 10, 2017 8:27:38 GMT -6
Ian Plätschisch: It isn't, although we could change that
Oct 10, 2017 9:37:23 GMT -6
Alèxandreu Soleighlfred: if such a smoking would produce some considerable amount of fog, I don't have anything against that
Oct 10, 2017 10:23:39 GMT -6
V: Btw, I applaud Ián's approach to calling for order. It was respectful, whimsical, and lacked any air of arrogance. Had that been the initial approach, there would not have been further arguing.
Oct 10, 2017 10:34:09 GMT -6
Tariq Zubair: Azul all Talossan!
Oct 16, 2017 0:26:48 GMT -6
Tariq Zubair: I am the citizen of Talossa with citizenship number(480) at Maricopa province. I am also working as Ambassador for Austenasia (Its also micronation in UK). I love to recognize both of Talossa and Austenasia with each other. I need the help and cooperation
Oct 16, 2017 0:29:43 GMT -6
Ián B. Anglatzarâ: Talossa doesn't do the "recognisation" thing.
Oct 16, 2017 4:15:01 GMT -6
Iac Marscheir: Because we're a sooper srs group that attempts to remain above the "conventional" micronations. We should do it.
Oct 16, 2017 11:48:22 GMT -6
Iac Marscheir: There should be a "UM": United Micronations
Oct 16, 2017 11:48:48 GMT -6
Ián B. Anglatzarâ: That used to be part of the reason. But also when more sane governments have been in place, it has been calmer that way. Lots of drama queens out there. There are definitely micronations worth having official relations with, but the ones we refuse tend to
Oct 16, 2017 14:28:35 GMT -6
Sir C. M. Siervicül: There have been umpteen incarnations of "United Micronations." The very idea has a name: YAMO (Yet Another Micronational Organization).
Oct 16, 2017 22:25:03 GMT -6
Sir C. M. Siervicül: I've been watching micronations for over 20 years. Seen a lot of apparently promising ones come and go. Precious few endure.
Oct 16, 2017 22:27:01 GMT -6
Alèxandreu Soleighlfred: Cezembrians! There's still time to nominate yourselves for the office of le Senechal de Cezembre! (and spare our glorious province from a non-alternative choice between me and me)
Oct 17, 2017 2:55:27 GMT -6