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Columbia College is a private, four-year liberal arts and sciences institution located in the "heartland" of the United States in Columbia, Missouri. With a total population of more than 120,000, including students, Columbia offers the amenities of a large city while preserving the comforts of a smaller community. National magazines consistently rank Columbia as a top city in which to live based on excellent safety, high-quality health care, educational facilities, cultural opportunities and cost of living.
As an accredited institution, the college offers associate, bachelor's and master's degrees. Founded in 1851, the college currently is celebrating 150 years of rich history and tradition.
Osvita Educational Information and Advising Center is pleased to invite you to a series of free GMAT tutorials given by Vadim L. Ostrovsky, who received the GMAT score of 700 and was admitted to the Duke MBA Class 2011. More information about Vadim and his approach to cracking GMAT can be found at http://recogntion-response.blogspot.com/ as well as at www.gmatforum.ru/ The first tutorial will take place on April 26th, 2009 at 12 noon. Everyone interested is welcome. As placement is limited, please register in advance by phones 80567265139, 80567446242.
PhD Position in Physical Geography - "Past climate variability in southern Greece"
PhD Position in Physical Geography within the topic "Past climate variability in southern Greece" at the Department of Physical Geography and Quaternary Geology. Reference number SU 463-40-09. Deadline for application: May 4, 2009.
A graduate research assistantship is available in the School of Biology and Ecology at the University of Maine for a student interested in watershed biogeochemistry. The successful applicant will be involved in a NSF-funded project that examines how nitrogen and acid deposition change biogeochemical pathways in coupled terrestrial-stream systems. The student will be based at U. Maine, but will collaborate extensively with stream and terrestrial ecologists, soil scientists, and geochemists at the University of Maine, Virginia Tech, and the U.S. Forest Service. Field work will be conducted at forested LTREB sites in Maine and West Virginia.
Win a £40,000 scholarship to study an MBA at Henley
The Times and Henley Business School are looking for an exceptional candidate for its scholarship programme
Henley Business School, in association with The Times, is offering a scholarship worth almost £40,000 for the Henley executive MBA programme.
The Henley Executive MBA is a two-year, part-time programme for experienced, practising managers looking to complete their MBA alongside full-time employment. It is designed for those with experience and achievements to share.
The research group Numerical Methods for high-dimensional Systems at the Mathematical Department of Universit¨at Karlsruhe (TH) invites applications for a PhD position in numerical analysis or scientific computing. Universit¨at Karlsruhe (TH) is one of the leading universities in Germany and has been selected to be one of the
first three "Elite-Universit¨aten" within the framework of the German Excellence Initiative.
We seek a candidate for the following PhD project (project leader: I. M. Artemieva):
"Structure of the lithosphere of Siberia from complex analysis of geophysical data"
In this project we focus on the relations between the lithosphere structure, mantle processes and geodynamic evolution of the Siberian craton and the West Siberian Basin. We particularly aim (i) to refine the existing models on the crustal structure of Siberia, (ii) to distinguish structural and compositional heterogeneity of the lithospheric mantle using experimental and theoretical relations between seismic velocities, temperature, composition, and density of the upper mantle, (iii) to link the present-day lithospheric structure to past geodynamic processes in the region. The numerical modeling will be constrained by data on the crustal structure, surface topography, seismic tomography, lithospheric temperatures, and gravity, complemented by petrologic data.
M.Sc. Graduate Research Assistantship - Fisheries Biology Aquaculture/Fisheries Center - University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff Pine Bluff, Arkansas
Responsibilities: Continue long-term research that assesses Arkansas River largemouth bass fisheries. Research will involve estimation of largemouth bass exploitation rates through tag-rewards study and conduct 12-month creel survey in one pool of the Arkansas River. Additional goals will be to survey competitive bass tournaments and assess various fishery length limits using computer simulation models. Exact thesis topic is flexible, but must be compatible with existing research needs. Specific duties of this position will include conducting fish sampling using boat-mounted electrofishing, oversight of a tag-rewards study, performance of bus-route creel surveys, supervision of field and laboratory workers, and general oversight of the day-to-day activities of the project. Individual will frequently interact with Arkansas Game and Fish Commission personnel. Weekend work will be required. Great potential to become involved in side projects.
The Pulmonomics laboratory at Boston University School of Medicine (http://pulmonomics.org/
) is seeking a creative and motivated postdoctoral fellow to join the laboratory and participate in our active and well-funded research program aimed at gaining insights into the physiological responses to tobacco-smoke exposure and how variability in these responses contributes to tobacco-related diseases such as lung cancer and COPD.
The Sussex Law School is amongst the top 20 law schools in the UK for research and also offers a range of challenging and innovative taught postgraduate programmes as follows:
- LLM International Law Rights and Responsibilities
- LLM International Criminal Law
- LLM International Trade
- LLM Family, Responsibility and the Law
- LLM Law and International Security
- LLM European Law
- LLM Master in Laws
- Graduate Diploma in Law (CPE)
Several PhD positions are available in the Institute of Population Genetics at the University of Veterinary Medicine in Vienna from autumn 2009. Through the analysis of natural variation the students will receive training in evolutionary theory and population genetics in an interdisciplinary research environment. Students will join a lively institute working at the interface between experimental and theoretical population genetics. Our institute represents a synthesis of theoretical and experimental expertise in population genetics (Christian Schloetterer), molecular evolution and bioinformatics (Carolin Kosiol), functional genetics (Alistair McGregor and Thomas Flatt) and conservation genetics (Franz Suchentrunk). We welcome applications from international students as the working language of the institute is English.
Earn while you learn. Internship and assistantship opportunities at the University of Illinois at Springfield. That's right!
Drury University is still accepting applications for Fall 2009. If you plan to study in the United States, then Drury may be the right place
for you to attend.
We offer the following to our international students:
* Academic scholarships are still available
* IB Scholarships are still available
* Application fee is waived
* Personalized help with your application
Seattle Central offers scholarships to both new and current international students. We encourage all students to apply for scholarships. $100,000 is available this year; students should take advantage of these great opportunities: SUMMER quarter 2009 (scholarship deadline is April 15th). Editors Note: Due to the late receipt of the announcement, please
contact the SCCC if you are interested- deadlines may be extended.
STOCKHOLM UNIVERSITY announces a PhD position in Systematics and Evolution (ancient DNA) at the Department of Zoology, Stockholm University (placed at the Molecular Systematics Laboratory, the Swedish Museum of Natural History).
Project title: Genetic consequences of environmental change on the evolution and demography of arctic species.
Final date for applications: May 4, 2009
The Institute for Mathematics, Statistics and Actuarial Science will be offering two PhD Scholarships which will cover tuition fees at the Home/EU rate plus a maintenance grant at the same rate as the Research Councils (£12,960 per annum in 2008-09).
Recipients will be expected to do some teaching as part of the terms of the Scholarship.
The Scholarships will be offered for one year in the first instance, renewable for a maximum of three years subject to satisfactory academic performance.
Working group „Scanning Probe Microscopy and Nanotechnology" Division „Tribology and Wear Protection"
Department „Materials Protection and Surface Technology" BAM - Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing, Berlin, Germany
Ph.D. student position „Adhesion and mechanics of polymerfilms"
Application deadline: May 4th, 2009