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Troy University is a public institution comprised of a network of campuses throughout Alabama and worldwide. International in scope, Troy University provides a variety of educational programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels for a diverse student body in traditional, nontraditional and emerging electronic formats. Academic programs are supported by a variety of student services which promote the welfare of the individual student. Troy University's dedicated faculty and staff promote discovery and exploration of knowledge and its application to life-long success through effective teaching, service, creative partnerships, scholarship and research. International Student Scholarships are available on a limited basis for exceptional students.
We have students from over 60 countries around the world and that number is growing everyday. Our college was founded in 1885 with the purpose of educating international immigrants coming to America. American International College is an innovative school that offers undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate degrees. We have a wide-array of academic degree programs from which student can choose. Our biggest program, business administration, is offered at both the undergraduate and graduate levels with a variety of concentrations. Some other popular programs include physical therapy, occupational therapy, human resource development, clinical psychology, international studies to name a few.
Wesleyan University is a private, nonsectarian university of liberal arts and sciences for men and women. Wesleyan offers its students the advantages and benefits of a relatively small school along with the facilities, faculty, and research opportunities usually found at larger universities. Established in 1831, Wesleyan has a long tradition of sustaining a remarkably diverse, lively community of learning. Located in Middletown, Connecticut (pop. 45,000), Wesleyan is two hours from New York City and two hours from Boston, situated in New England along the Connecticut River midway between Hartford and New Haven.
2 post-doctoral positions are available immediately within the food biotechnology and functional food research group at the Faculty of Food Science & Technology, UPM, Malaysia. The position is for 1-3 years, depending on the candidate’s performance.
Experimental Measurement and Modeling of the Thermodynamic Properties of Electrolyte Solutions with chemical equilibrium. Keywords: thermodynamics, statistical physics, molecular simulation, energy and process engineering.
An Assistant Researcher position is available in the lab of Victoria Sork for a research scientist who will oversee and participate in on-going projects, including: phylogeography and environmental genomics of oaks; coevolution of fungal-algae in the lichen, Ramalina menziesii; and molecular ecology of pollen and seed dispersal. Major duties include molecular laboratory work, data management and statistical analysis, and manuscript and grant preparation. Other
duties include: overseeing day-to-day management of laboratory including purchasing supplies and equipment; insuring proper operation and maintenance of laboratory equipment; working with undergraduate research assistants; and occasional training of grad students. In addition to weekly lab meetings and discussions, UCLA offers an exciting environment for evolutionary biologists, ecologists, and computational biologists through its myriad seminars, colloquia, and informal activities across campus.
The University of Antwerp is a knowledge centre with 3.600 co-workers that performs ground-breaking and innovative research of international standing. The university takes special care to ensure optimum support and supervision of students, and pays constant attention to educational innovation. The university is an autonomous pluralistic institution that is committed to the enhancement of an open, democratic and multicultural society, and it pursues an equal opportunities policy.
The GUIPRS is designed to attract and support highly ranked international applicants during the University's annual postgraduate research scholarship round. The scheme extends the provision of tuition fees scholarships beyond the University's allocated International Postgraduate Research Scholarships (IPRS). The GUIPRS covers tuition fees for the student and overseas student health cover (OSHC) for the student and dependant(s). No other expenses are paid by this scheme, but award recipients may seek additional funding from alternative sources.
Outstanding candidates with a background in one of the following disciplines: Psychology, Economics, Sociology and Applied Ethics who are interested in interdisciplinary research are invited to apply for Doctoral Fellowships at the Jena Graduate School Human Behaviour in Social and Economic Change (GSBC)
The next session of the English Speaking Club - Osvita will take place on September 24, 2009 at 6.30 pm. The topic of discussion is Movies. Be prepared to tell the others about the movie you like the most.
Also, please keep in mind the new venue: from now on the meetings will be taking place at the City Library at 23 Lenin str., 6th floor, the Department of Literature in Foreign Languages. Be prepared to register as the Library subscriber, so please bring your ID with you. The registration takes about 2 minutes and is free of charge.
Everyone is welcome, but as the number of seats is limited, please register in advance by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. See you on Thursday!
Osvita is pleased to announce the launch of a new project, Movie Club. All events will be taking place on Saturdays in the City Library located at 23 Lenin str., Dnipropetrovsk.
The first event is scheduled for 5 pm., September 26, 2009, and will feature Good Will Hunting.
You can read more about the movie at http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0119217/
Participation is free of charge, and everyone is welcome!
Outstanding candidates with a background in one of the following disciplines: Psychology, Sociology and Applied Ethics who are interested in interdisciplinary research are invited to apply for a Post-Doc Scholarship at the Jena Graduate School Human Behaviour in Social and Economic Change (GSBC)
A postdoc position is open in the newly started Nilsson Group at BRIC, University of Copenhagen. Research in the group focuses on understanding how the spindle assembly checkpoint controls progression through mitosis and how this is deregulated in cancer cells.
The project aims at elucidating the role of the essential cell cycle regulator Cdc20 in promoting aneuploidy and chromosome instability in cancer cells. A range of techniques including culturing of cancer cell lines and time-lapse microscopy will be employed in the project.
Applications are invited for PhD fellowships in Systems&Synthetic Biology at the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Texas, Dallas.
The CMS in Vienna is a research center and graduate school based on a collaboration of research groups from the Faculties of Physics and Chemistry from the University of Vienna and the Technical University of Vienna. The activities of the CMS concentrate on the development of methods for multiscale simulations in condensed materials. The techniques being actively developed by the members of the CMS range from ab-initio density functional calculations (VASP, WIEN2k) to statistical-mechanical approaches for the description of liquids, amorphous materials and soft matter. The simulation tools developed by the members of the CMS are applies to a wide range of research projects: structural materials, magnetic materials, surfaces, interfaces, ultrathin films and nanomaterials, semiconductors and insulators, chemical reactions and catalysis, liquids and soft matter
Up to 4 graduate student positions in theoretical and computational chemistry will become available in my group by May 2010, September 2010 or January 2011. The successful applicants will be involved with the development of new computational methods or applications of state-of-the-art methodology to problems of chemical interest.
A PhD position (BAT IIa/E 13 (50%) ~ 1100 ¤) is available within the research group of PD Dr. H. Martin Schaefer at the University of Freiburg. The project will focus on the contemporary evolution of reproductive isolation among blackcap populations (Sylvia atricapilla) that differ in migratory orientation. The project will investigate the rapid evolution of isolating barriers in sympatry, hybrid-speciation and compare different models that analyse speciation with ongoing gene flow. The project will be carried out in close collaboration with Dr. Segelbacher, Department of wildlife ecology, University of Freiburg. Field work will take place in southern Germany (for more information, seehttp://www.biologie.uni-freiburg.de/data/bio1/schaefer/index.html