The Harvard Graduate School of Design (GSD) has named Michael Hooper, Rahul Mehrotra, and Joyce Klein Rosenthal to the GSD faculty, effective July 2010.Hooper, who has been appointed assistant professor of urban planning, will receive his Ph.D. from the Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources at Stanford University this month (May). His research interests focus on the politics of land use and urbanization, participatory planning and governance, and civil society mobilization.Mehrotra, a practicing architect, urban designer, and professor of architectural design at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology School of Architecture and Urban Planning, has been named professor of urban design and planning and chair of the Department of Urban Planning and Design. He has written and lectured extensively on architecture, conservation, and urban planning in Mumbai.Rosenthal, a lecturer at Columbia’s Mailman School of Public Health, has been named assistant professor of urban planning at the GSD. Rosenthal’s research interests are in environmental planning, sustainable development, and the public health impacts of urbanization, with a particular present focus on spatial and social determinants of heat islands and heat-related health outcomes.
The Tourist Board of Split addressed the public and tourists in Split and its surroundings, regarding the catastrophic fire that affected Croatia, and especially the surroundings of Split.Prije svega zahvaljujemo svim vatrogascima, građanima, Torcidi, medijima i turistima koji su pomogli u ovim teškim satima za naš grad i županiju ističu iz TZ SPlita te dodaju: “Nalazimo se u srcu turističke sezone, svi turisti sa opožarenih područja su zbrinuti i nisu ugroženi. Tokom cijele večeri primali smo upite turista te smo u suradnji s našim turističkim djelatnicima, hotelijerima, privatnim iznajmljivačima i kampovima, pronašli zamjenski smještaj za one sa ugroženih područja. Kako bi naši turisti ostali sigurni, upute o važnim informacijama, zatvorenim cestama i ponašanju u ovoj situaciji, dijelili smo u našim informativnim centrima i putem Facebook stranice te pozivamo sve agencije, hotele i iznajmljivače da sheraju informacije. Kako doznajemo od naših hotelijera turisti su svi informirani i ponašaju se u skladu s uputama. Air traffic is running normally, ferries and buses run regularly and we have shared information about closed roads through our social networks.Pozivamo sve turiste da se jave u naše informativne centre za bilo kakvu vrstu pomoći i da prate nove informacije te ostavljaju komentare na društvenim mrežama kako bi svi bili informirani. Izražavamo žaljenje svima koji su pretrpjeli bilo kakve materijalne ili druge gubitke, u ovom trenutku možemo reći da iznajmljivači s ugroženih područja imaju našu podršku i da ćemo učiniti sve da im olakšamo ovu situaciju. ” istaknuli su iz TZ Splita.Also, tell guests to contact their loved ones via the Facebook Safety app to let them know they are okay.
Metro Sport ReporterFriday 29 Mar 2019 2:00 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link397Shares Advertisement Umtiti chose not to have surgery and has instead undergone conservative treatment (Getty)He opted to avoid surgery and worked on strengthening his quads and surrounding muscles around the knee.However, if the pain and problems persist, surgery will be the only option, and Arsenal and Emery are reluctant, therefore, to spend such a large chuck of their budget on a high-risk player – and he might not even pass a medical anyway.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Advertisement Arsenal have reservations over signing Barcelona star Samuel Umtiti due to knee problem Emery wants to strengthen his defence and Umtiti fits the bill (Picture: Getty)However, Football London report that there are serious reservations about potentially breaking the club’s transfer record to sign a player who has missed 27 matches this season with a knee injury.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTSince lifting the World Cup in Russia, the Frenchman has made just nine appearances in La Liga and underwent conservative treatment on his left knee in Qatar in December.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityHe made his return to training, and competitive action, several months later, but Barca remain concerned by the state of his knee – which is why they would be prepared to let him leave.Umtiti has complained about issues with his left knee since last season and examinations revealed he has loose cartilage, an issue that usually affects older players and which forced Carles Puyol to retire. The Frenchman underwent surgery at the backend of last year (Picture: Getty)Arsenal’s pursuit of Barcelona defender Samuel Umtiti could be over before it began, with the club concerned about spending so much money on a player with serious knee problems.The Gunners have been linked with a £60m move for the World Cup winner, with Barca reportedly prepared to let Umtiti leave so they can bring in Ajax sensation Matthijs de Ligt instead.Emery has made signing a new centre-back his top priority in the summer as he eyes a title challenge next season, and Umtiti’s pedigree ticks a lot of boxes. Comment