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GRADUATE STUDENT, PREDOCTORAL, POSTDOCTORAL, AND SENIOR FELLOWSHIPS in animal behavior, ecology, and environmental science, including an emphasis on the tropics; Earth sciences and paleobiology; evolutionary and systematic biology; history of science and technology. Tenable in residence at the Smithsonian facilities. Stipends and tenure vary. Awards are contingent upon the availability of funds.
Originally developed for the ""Aktion Österreich - Ungarn", a foundation of the Austrian Federal Ministry of Science and Research and the Hungarian Oktatási Minisztérium, - hence the name, "AHplus" now handles a wide range of grants and programs.
Optimized for user friendliness and transparency, AHPlus also ensures speedy processing and selection procedures. Users can view processing stages and the selection results of their applications so that full transparency is guaranteed.
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton today launched the Department of State's second annual ExchangesConnect Video Contest, "Change Your Climate, Change Our World," with a video message on the ExchangesConnect social network at http://connect.state.gov/.
The contest is a call to action for global citizens around the world to engage in cross-cultural community building and mutual understanding. The Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA) of the U.S. Department of State launched ExchangesConnect social network in October 2008 and it has attracted over 14,000 members.
Graduate Incentive Fellowship Program

The Graduate School is pleased to announce the Graduate Incentive Fellowship Program. This program provides an additional $2,200 per year on top of assistantship offers for highly qualified students. Incentive Fellowships are awarded to selected students at the discretion of the Graduate Dean.

Accelerated Dual Degree Program

Students at Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama will soon have the opportunity to earn credit for a master\'s degree while still working toward their undergraduate diploma through an Accelerated Dual Degree program. The program will be available to top students who wish to work in fields where advanced qualifications are needed, or would like to use their academic talents to more quickly earn an advanced degree. Students must meet minimum grade point and credit hour standards to become eligible. 

The University of Wisconsin-Madison is a major research university, internationally renowned for its academic excellence, commitment to undergraduate education, and dedication to out-of-classroom learning experiences. Students come from all 50 U.S. States and more than 130 countries to attend a university with over 160 majors and to work with and learn from over 2000 faculty.
University of Alaska Anchorage is something of a "best kept secret" for international students. Advantages include:

- A non - competitive and relatively simple admission process, no recommendations, essays, or interviews for undergraduate students
- Low tuition rates relative to most public U.S. universities (approximately $12,600 tuition and fees for one academic year)
- An ESL program beginning at the intermediate level (TOEFL IBT 40-45) for which students earn 100 level credit that can be used to fulfill elective requirements
- A community college division offering associate degrees
- Abundant on-campus jobs available
- Excellent internship and optional practical training opportunities in the area
- All of the majors you would expect to find at a public university
- A "Welcome Package" to help students settle into university housing, if they choose to live on campus
- A very active and vibrant International Student Association
- Anchorage is the third-most diverse city in the U.S. and welcomes foreigners with open arms
- The adventure that is Alaska!
Within the Week of International Education, a joint initiative of the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education, on November 23 and 24 Osvita EIAC had an honor to welcome Ann Merrill, Regional Coordinator of EducationUSa centers in Eurasia, and Timothy Standaert, Assistant Cultural Affairs Officer of U.S. Embassy Kyiv.

NSF IGERT Doctoral Fellowships in the Ecology, Management and Restoration of Integrated Human-Natural Landscapes at UIC

Two-year NSF IGERT doctoral fellowships are available at the University of Illinois at Chicago in the LEAP ("Landscape, Ecological and Anthropogenic Processes") doctoral training program. Next year will be the fifth year of the LEAP Program, a broadly interdisciplinary program with the goal of training future researchers and leaders in the ecology, management and restoration of integrated human/natural landscapes. Students earn a Ph.D. in a participating department after completing a rigorous two-year interdisciplinary training program that includes a substantial outreach component.


The Department of Mathematics invites applications for the 2010-2011 Master's Research Fellowship in Mathematics.
Master's Research Fellowships in Mathematics are awarded on a competitive basis to students with outstanding
academic records. Carefully follow all of the fellowship directions so you submit a complete set of fellowship
application materials. Only those fellowship applicants that submit a complete portfolio will be considered for a


3 Corporate Fellowships with traineeships at international corporations for qualified candidates

ESMT is offering several additional merit-based scholarships for applicants to the Full-time MBA program beginning January 2010 in Berlin. These scholarships have been made possible by ESMT's partner companies, who have donated to the scholarship pool. Outstanding female candidates may also apply for a limited number of full-tuition scholarships. ESMT's partners are a group of 25 global companies,such as Allianz, BMW, Daimler, Deutsche Bank, MAN, Siemens, The Boston Consulting Group, and ThyssenKrupp.


The CMPG lab (http://cmpg.iee.unibe.ch) is looking for a highly motivated student to work with Laurent Excoffier and Matthieu Foll on the joint estimation of selective and demographic processes having occurred in the recent history of populations.


The Rowland Institute is a Center within Harvard University with more than a dozen groups pursuing research in a wide variety of fields in experimental science. The main focus is the Rowland Junior Fellows program which currently has eight fellows, each fully supported and following their own research programs.

There are up to 10 scholarships available to prospective international students studying for a full-time taught Master's programme . The scholarship provides a £5,000 fee waiver and is tenable for one year only.
A PhD position (BI position) is available at the "Instituto de Telecomunicações" - University of Porto as part of the Project CMU-PT/NGN/0052/2008, "DRIVE-IN - Distributed Routing and Infotainment through Vehicular Inter-Networking".
The goal of the DRIVE-IN project is to investigate how vehicle-to-vehicle communication can improve the user experience and the overall efficiency of vehicle and road utilization, collaborating closely with the partner university Carnegie Mellon, and working with leading industry partners.
Four European universities have teamed up to offer the two-year CIMET Master's programme: the University of Saint-Etienne (France), University of Eastern Finland (former University of Joensuu), University of Granada (Spain) and University College Gjovik (Norway).  The coursework covers photonics, computer vision and imaging science, and computer science and multimedia technology. There is a mixture of both theoretical and practical work.

Cambridge university, in conjunction with the Open Society Institute, invite applications from scholars from selected countries in Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, including Ukraine, who wish to work in the universities' libraries or to contact academic specialists in their subjects. At Cambridge the programme offers one-month visits in one of the Cambridge colleges during the summer months (July-September). Scholars will normally be of post-doctoral or equivalent status and will be university teachers or members of research institutes.

Izaak Walton Killam Postdoctoral Fellowships are awarded annually at Dalhousie University to recently graduated scholars of superior academic research ability in any discipline. Awards are tenable for two years and include travel costs, a research grant, and a conference travel allowance.
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