ЦЕНТР ОСВІТА - РАЗДЕЛЫ САЙТА
Osvita IEAC is pleased to announce new arrivals at Osvita library courtesy of U.S. Department of State. All books are available free of charge during office hours or at weekends (please remember in case of checking books out you will need to leave your valid ID as a deposit).
The new titles include:
The next session of the English Speaking Club - Osvita will take place in our office on August 27, 2009 at 6.30 pm. The topic of discussion is Travelling. The session will be organizes as a SHOW AND TELL event. Please bring one thing you got while travelling and be prepared to talk about it and answer questions.
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!
The overall objective of the BMBF-funded international collaborative project (university and industrial partners) is to enhance the understanding of the molecular mechanisms of tumor cell resistance to complement (e.g. by overexpression of membrane complement inhibitors). The project will focus on specific targeting potent siRNA to tumor cells in order to silence membrane complement regulators. This is expected to lead to sensitization of tumor cells to antibody-induced (e.g. Rituximab) complement attack and to opsonization that may also improve NK cell cytotoxicity.
Call for Applications from Faculty in Selected Countries of Europe and Eurasia
The Ronald and Eileen Weiser Center for Europe and Eurasia at the University of Michigan invites applications for Weiser Professional Development Awards from faculty and artists at institutions of higher education in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Russia (Kaliningrad District), Kazakhstan, Lithuania, Moldova, Slovakia, and Ukraine.
The Society for Conservation Biology is pleased to solicit applications for the David H. Smith Conservation Research Fellowship Program. These two year post-doctoral fellowships enable outstanding early-career scientists to improve and expand their research skills while directing their efforts towards problems of pressing conservation concern for the United States.
The IMPRS-SurMat represents a unique cooperative effort involving the Max Planck Institute for Iron Research (MPIE) in Duesseldorf, the Max Planck Institute for Coal Research in Muelheim, and the Ruhr University (RUB) in Bochum. In addition, three research departments from Xiamen University in China, the Department of Materials Science at the University of Science and Technology, Beijing, and Fudan University, Shanghai closely cooperate with SurMat.
The Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship provides full-time six to nine month fellowships for recent college graduates to work on peace and security issues with one of the twenty-four participating public-interest organizations in Washington, DC. Scoville Fellows have the opportunity to work with senior-level staff and to conduct research, write articles and reports, organize talks and conferences sponsored by their host organization, and do advocacy on a range of issues including arms control and nonproliferation, conventional arms trade, environmental security, military budget, and peacekeeping. They may also attend coalition meetings, Congressional hearings, and policy briefings, as well as meetings with policy experts arranged by the program.
Two fully-funded PhD student positions are currently available at the Auckland Bioengineering Institute, New Zealand to investigate Modelling and Mapping Gastrointestinal System in Health and Disease. The scholarships will fund a tax free stipend of NZ$25,000, travel fund of NZ$3000 and compulsory fees each year. A completion bonus is available if the PhD completed within 4 years.
The fellowships are funded by a group of cancer institutes, leagues, societies, associations, foundations, and governmental agencies in North America, Europe, and Australia. The aims of the awards are threefold: to facilitate rapid international transfer of cancer research and clinical technology; to allow exchange knowledge and enhance skills in basic, clinical, behavioural, and epidemiological areas of cancer research; and in cancer control and prevention to allow acquisition of up-to-date clinical management, diagnostic, and therapeutic expertise.
The next session of the English Speaking Club - Osvita will take place in our office on August 20,2009 at 6.30 am. The topic of discussion is Favorite Books and Authors.
Everyone is welcome, but as the number of seats is limited please register in advance by sending an email to email@example.com
. See you on Thursday!
The Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY) offers the DESY Fellowship Programme for young scientists in experimental particle physics and accelerator physics.
Fellows in Experimental Particle Physics are invited to participate in DESY's particle physics research:
- Experimental particle physics
- Theoretical particle physics
- Photon science
- Accelerator physics
An exciting opportunity exists for potential PhD students to fill up to ten positions by January 1, 2010 in the Graduate School within the interdisciplinary Cluster of Excellence for "Religion and Politics in Pre-Modern and Modern Cultures" at the Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster-University of Münster, Germany.
The Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society is pleased to announce a unique fellowship opportunity: the spring 2010 Emerging Leaders International Fellows Program. The program provides nonprofit sector leadership training through seminars, applied research and mentorships.The program is open to young scholars and practitioners from outside the United States who are interested in building Third-Sector capacity in their home countries or regions. The research topic for applicants to the 2010 Emerging Leaders Program is community foundations. A limited number of fellowships for research on diaspora or corporate philanthropy may also be available.
Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU), located in San Antonio, Texas, offers up to $10,000 in scholarships per year to undergraduate international students. OLLU is a private, Catholic university for men and women founded in 1895. OLLU competes in the NAIA sports league and scholarships are available under conditions.
The John S. Knight Fellowship programme gives international and United States (US)-based journalists an academic year at Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, working with Stanford faculty and regional resources to broaden and deepen their understanding of economic, historical, philosophical, social issues, and trends shaping the nation and world.
Available to undergraduate students enrolled full-time in a program accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET), or a substantially equivalent program outside the United States, leading to a Bachelor of Science or Engineering degree. Applicants must have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.