|Sdr Ahmad Lutfi|
Friday, April 12, 2013
Thursday, April 4, 2013
Monday, February 11, 2013
Doing a favour for a friend..
We would like to solicit your help to promote the following CEU Summer University course among your colleagues, your graduate students, or any interested researchers and practitioners:
- Reading Old Bodies: http://summer.ceu.hu/oldbodies-2013 - application deadline: February 15, 2013.
We’d be grateful if you could forward this email to those potentially interested in our summer school (individuals, listservs, blogs, electronic journals, etc.) and/or have a short announcement placed on a relevant web site.
Financial aid is available. Applications are encouraged from all over the world.
See further course details below.
Thank you for your kind assistance.
Eva Barbara Bodogan
CEU Summer University
Research Fellow, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary
Department of History, University of Florida, Gainesville, USA
Department of Archaeology, University of Reading, UK
Department of History, Archaeology and Area Studies, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Department of Anthropology, Hungarian Natural History Museum, Budapest, Hungary
Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary
Four main topics will be developed during the two-week course:
1051 Budapest, Nádor utca 9, Hungary
tel: 36 1 327 3811
fax: 36 1 327 3124
Wednesday, August 22, 2012
Wednesday, November 30, 2011
CALL FOR PAPERS
Location: Brunei Darussalam
11th Biennial Conference of the Borneo Research Council
(BRC 2012) 25-27 June 2012
BRC 2012 will be held in Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei, 25-27 June 2012, and hosted by the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Universiti Brunei Darussalam, Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei.The Borneo Research Council is a non-profit international organisation. It promotes research in the social, biological and medical sciences as they relate to Borneo. BRC 2012 invites proposals for both Papers and Panels relevant to the overall theme of "Identities, Cultures and Environments", and which focus on one or more of the following subthemes:
Aging* Biodiversity and Ecology * Cultural Heritage & Hybridisation* Education and Indigenous Communities*Ethnicity, Diversity & Identity * Forestry*Gender and Social Transformation * Health and Healing * History,*Anthropology and Archaelogy* Human Resources &Industrial Relations* ICT, Media and Communication*Languages* Marine Resources * Migration, Diasporas and Border Issues * Property and Land Issues * Security Issues *Sustainable Development * Tourism*
To submit an abstract for a Paper presentation, or to propose a Panel, please follow the procedures given at the conference website:
Presenters will have 20 minutes to present, plus up to 10 minutes discussion time (subject to change).
Deadlines: Panel proposals, submission of Proposals: 31 Dec 2011. Paper proposals, submission of Abstracts: 28 February 2012 Notification of acceptance of Panels 31 January 2012
Notification of acceptance of Abstracts 31 March 2012.
Languages of the conference. The principal organising language is English. Papers are welcome in any of English, Bahasa Melayu/ Malaysia and Bahasa Indonesia.
For information on Registration fees and procedures please see the conference website: http://www.ubd.edu.bn/conference/BRC2012/index.html
Early registration deadline: 31 March 2012.
For more information please email email@example.com
Contact people: Siti Badriyah Hj Mohd Yusof, James MacLellan, Adrian Clynes Universiti Brunei Darussalam
Visit the website at http://www.ubd.edu.bn/conference/BRC2012/top_nav_pages/call_for_papers.html
Thursday, October 20, 2011
The Asia Pacific Leadership Program seeks outstanding individuals from all walks of life (government, business, NGOs, health sciences, media, monastic orders, and education) to participate in an innovative leadership development program at the East-West Center in Honolulu, Hawai'i.
From August - December 2012, 40 Fellows from around the globe will join regional specialists and leadership educators in a dynamic learning community. Through APLP, Fellows will:
Explore leadership techniques and tools
Analyze personal leadership strengths and weaknesses
Grasp and be able to communicate implications of regional and global trends
Survey a wide range of content including climate change, demographics, international relations and global markets
Forge deeper intercultural communication skills and join a lifelong learning community at the East-West Center.
From January - April 2013, Fellows have the option to participate in extended fieldwork in Southeast Asia, internships, self-designed projects or an employment experience.
A wide range of supplemental scholarships are available.
Application and Eligibility Details
For more information about the Asia Pacific Leadership Program, please visit our website at: eastwestcenter.org/aplp
The APLP was established through generous funding support from the Freeman Foundation.
Friday, September 9, 2011
Scholarships for Masters & Doctoral Studies at the National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies in Japan
GRIPS Seeks to Cultivate ..
Professionals equipped with the skills to identify real policy issues, for the thorough analysis of policies and development of practical solutions, including policy formulation and evaluation
High-level researchers and experts in policy studies, as well as policy leaders for international organizations, national governments, and societies worldwide
Basic Admissions Policy
To admit students who are both capable and enthusiastic about acquiring the skills needed to analyze policy issues from an academic standpoint
Each academic year, GRIPS admits 250 students for Master’s programs and 24 students for doctoral programs. For those who enter GRIPS in October, the academic year for Master’s programs operates from October through next September.
For Master’s programs, deadlines to apply are set by each program in order to accommodate the selection process of scholarship sponsors. Roughly speaking, the deadline to apply for a scholarship is in early November. The final results of screening will be announced by the end of July at the latest.
Full scholarships are available for exceptionally qualified candidates who have been accepted for study at GRIPS. These scholarships are provided by the Japanese Government (MEXT), international organizations and GRIPS. You may apply for one of them when you file for application for admission.
What the scholarship covers
A monthly stipend is intended to cover living expenses such as food, clothing, and other daily necessaries, as well as insurance, and other miscellaneous related to your study at GRIPS. This stipend is fixed and cannot be increased to cover family members. The amount of your stipend may change slightly due to the economic situation in Japan.
Round-trip economy-class air tickets between your home country and Japan.
* Please note that allowances and rules are different from each scholarship. Also, allowances are subject to change every year.
Online Application Procedures
We accept online applications for admission 2012 for the following programs:
One-year Master’s Program of Public Policy (MP1)
Two-year Master’s Program of Public Policy (MP2)
Macroeconomic Policy Program (one year and two years)
Public Finance Program
Please note that you will not be registered as an ‘applicant’ until we have received all the supporting documents.
In case you have no access to a computer, the Admissions Office will accept a paper-based application form. Please contact us and we will send you the paper-based application form by mail.
Deadlines for 2012 admission:
The application deadline is subject to change on short notice, through directive from the Japanese Government (MEXT). This change is exclusively for MP1, PA, Ph. D. applicants.
December 2, 2011: Policy Analysis Program, Doctoral Programs and *One-year Master’s Program of Public Policy (MP1) /*for scholarship applicants only.
May 14, 2012**: MP1, MP2 and Macroeconomic Policy Program /**for applicants supported with any other scholarship and self-financed. Note: Please make sure to obtain ID & Password for the online application by submitting the Entry Form no later than May 7, 2012.
Letters of recommendation must be submitted in sealed envelopes, signed across the seal. Recommendations should be written by people who have supervised the applicant either in an academic or work capacity. For MP1, MP2 and Doctoral programs, preferably, one letter should be written by a university professor and the other should be written by a senior member of the applicant’s present work place.
National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies
7-22-1 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-8677 Japan
For more information or to apply, please follow this link: http://www.grips.ac.jp/pstudents/admissions/index.html
those interested.. good luck...