ЦЕНТР ОСВІТА - РАЗДЕЛЫ САЙТА
The Sustainability Science Program at Harvard University's Center for International Development offers doctoral, post-doctoral, and mid-career fellowships in Sustainability Science.
The Edmund S. Muskie Graduate Fellowship Program, a program of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the United States Department of State, provides opportunities for Master's level study in the United States for citizens of Ukraine in the fields of Business Administration, Law, Economics, Public Policy, and Public Administration.
Muskie provides opportunities for Master's level study in the United States to citizens from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan. Participants are selected through an open, merit-based competition.
A graduate research assistantship (M.S. or Ph.D.) is available for a student to conduct research on coastal marsh responses to climate change and rising sea levels. The project will involve fieldwork and greenhouse experimentation examining interactive effects of elevated CO2, sedimentation and flooding on vegetation responses and elevation change.
Experimental High Energy Physics
The Department of Physics at Stanford University is inviting applications for a postdoctoral research associate position to participate in two long baseline neutrino experiments: MINOS and NOvA, utilizing one neutrino beam from Fermilab and two separate detectors in northern Minnesota
The Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University awards fellowships each academic year. Radcliffe Institute fellowships are designed to support scholars, scientists, artists and writers of exceptional promise and demonstrated accomplishment, who wish to pursue work in academic and professional fields and in the creative arts. Applicants must have received their doctorate or appropriate terminal degree by December 2008 in the area of the proposed project.
Margaret McNamara Memorial Fund (MMMF), an outreach program of the World Bank Family Network, provides financial assistance to women from developing countries during their studies in the United States or Canada. The MMMF annually awards about six to ten grants of approximately $12,000 each.
The Beckman Institute at the University of Illinois offers a three-year, $52,000/year post-doctoral fellowship.
12-week policy fellowship program at the National Academy of Sciences introduces promising doctoral students (or post-docs) to the work of the National Academies, the primary science advising group for the federal government.
Auburn University's Samuel Ginn College of Engineering awards several lucrative research fellowships to graduate students each year. Now is the time to begin preparing your application. Applicants to the following engineering disciplines offered at Auburn are eligible for the fellowships: Aerospace, Biosystems, Chemical, Civil, Computer Science and Software, Electrical and Computer, Industrial and Systems, Materials, Mechanical, and Polymer and Fiber. All engineering applicants are automatically considered.
The Master's degree program in American Studies at the University of South Florida is actively seeking international applicants. The program offers advanced training in American literature and culture and American Studies methodology for career educators. This is a two-year program; the requirements for graduation are the completion of 9 graduate courses and a Master's thesis. Minimum requirements for admission are a Bachelor's degree and scores of 500 and 4.5 on the Verbal and Analytical Writing portions of the GRE. More information is available on our website, http://www.cas.usf.edu/humanities/grad.html
International undergraduate applicants now have two options to apply for admission - the Common Application and the SUNY Plattsburgh International Undergraduate Application. Links to both of these applications are available on our website:
City University of Seattle (http://www.cityu.edu/
) announces a scholarship program for new international students which will annually award twenty $3,000 scholarships to applicants currently residing outside the US and admitted to City University of Seattle. Successful candidates should demonstrate current community involvement, good academic standing, and how earning a degree at City University of Seattle will impact their future plans. Scholarships are awarded four times each year. More information about the scholarship, the application process, and requirements is available at: www.cityu.edu/internationalscholarship
The University of Richmond is pleased to offer scholarship opportunities equal to full tuition. 45 students in every first-year class, of which 10-12 are international students, are awarded a merit scholarship through the Richmond Scholars Program.
Grand Valley State University, in Allendale, Michigan, established new undergraduate programs for Fall 2009 in Radiation Therapy, Radiologic and Imaging Sciences, Diagnostic Medical Sonography and Supply Chain Management.
Grand Valley is the only university in Michigan to offer diagnostic medical sonography as a bachelor*s degree program, and the only university in the country to offer pediatric echocardiography as part of a bachelor*s degree program.
lbion College, a top 100 Top Tier Liberal Arts College in Albion, Michigan is proud to announce International Student Scholarships of up to $19,500 per year for accepted international students. Students who demonstrate the highest academic potential and bring significant co-curricular interests to our campus will receive the greatest consideration for these awards. In awarding scholarships, Albion College also considers an applicant's financial need upon review of the application, as well as other requirements. Every international student who is accepted and meets the criteria for admission will be award a scholarship up to that amount.
The next session of the English Speaking Club - Osvita will take place on October 01, 2009 at 6.30 pm. The topic of discussion is FAMOUS PEOPLE . Be prepared to tell the others about the movie you like the most.
The application deadline for the upcoming semester is October 1, 2009. All students can apply at http://apply.nku.edu
and instructions on applying can be found at http://oiss.nku.edu/
. Students who apply for the January semester may receive the International Student Award and/or the Transfer Award.