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University of Richmond; Scholarship Consideration Deadline:  December 21

The University of Richmond, a nationally ranked liberal arts college with a top 20 business school, is pleased to offer scholarship opportunities equal to full tuition.  50 students in every first-year class, of which 10-12 are international candidates, are awarded a merit scholarship through the Richmond Scholars Program

Ohio State Post-doc and Ph.D. fellowship opportunities in environment and/or agriculture

Please find below two great opportunities at Ohio State for sociologists/social scientists interested in interdisciplinary work in the environment, sustainability and/or agroecosystems.  The first position is for a postdoctoral research associate and the latter announcement is a call for applicants for two fellowships to support
Ph.D. graduate studies in the sustainable sciences (w/ Rural Sociology as the core discipline).

Aga Khan Program for Islamic Architecture at MIT (AKPIA@MIT) Postdoctoral Fellowship

The Aga Khan Program for Islamic Architecture at MIT (AKPIA@MIT) is pleased to announce its postdoctoral fellowship program for the academic year 2009-2010. The fellowship program is intended for scholars with Ph.D. in any field related to architecture -- including architectural, art, and urban history, design, technology, computation, urban planning, anthropology, and archeology -- who are engaged in research on an Islamic topic.


Institute for Historical Studies at UT-Austin

The Institute for Historical Studies at UT-Austin welcomes applications for one semester and full year residential fellowships from junior, mid-career and senior faculty.  The fellowships provide full salary replacement.  The theme for 2009-10 is Global Borders, and we seek fellows whose work explores the theme in a wide variety of creative ways, conceptual as well as geographical.

Bowdoin College Mellon Global Environmental Scholar
The Mellon Global Environmental Scholars program aims to bring to Bowdoin experts in areas of Environmental Studies who add an international perspective to issues of interest among faculty and students at the College. The scholar's background and expertise can be in any area of environmental concern, ranging across the natural sciences, the social sciences, the arts and humanities and environmental policy. While the program has a preference for scholars who reside outside the United States and are affiliated with a foreign university or research or policy institute, others with expertise in environmental fields in other countries may be considered. Scholars will be in residence at Bowdoin for one semester.
The Ph.D. program in Economics at CERGE-EI in Prague, Czech Republic, invites intelligent, motivated students to apply for admission.

Graduate: The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Established in 1881 as the first collegiate school of business, today the Wharton School possesses the largest, most-cited business school faculty working in eleven academic departments and within twenty-four research centers and initiatives. Wharton's prestigious faculty and students benefit from a rigorous interdisciplinary curriculum with
over 200 business courses and nineteen majors to choose from including accounting, human resource management, marketing, and operations management.

Post Doctorate: Irvington Institute Fellowship Program of the Cancer
Research Institute, New York, NY

The Irvington Institute Fellowship Program of the Cancer Research Institute, formerly the Cancer Research Institute
Postdoctoral Fellowship Program, answers the need for more researchers in the field of cancer immunology. It supports qualified young scientists at leading universities and research centers around the world who wish to receive training in cancer immunology or general immunology.


Undergraduate: Denison University International Student Grant, Granville, Ohio

Denison is a four-year, residential, national liberal arts college located in central Ohio. Approximately 2,100 students from throughout the United States and over 40 countries are enrolled in this highly selective, geographically and ethnically diverse institution.

Undergraduate: Westminster College, Salt Lake City, Utah

Westminster is a nationally recognized, comprehensive liberal arts college distinguished by its unique environment for learning. With a broad array of graduate and undergraduate programs, Westminster prepares students for success with its emphasis on engaged learning, real world experiences and its vibrant campus community. These are further enriched by the opportunities presented by Westminster's unique location, adjacent to the Rocky Mountains and to the dynamic city of Salt Lake.


The Osvita Educational Information and Advising Center welcomes applications from citizens of Ukraine for the OSI/FCO Chevening Scholarships 2009-2010, which are jointly funded by the Open Society Foundation and the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office. The scholarships are intended to provide opportunities for postgraduate study in selected fields in the United Kingdom for scholars and young professionals who demonstrate both academic excellence and the potential to become leaders, decision makers and opinion formers in their home countries. Applicants must have excellent academic qualifications, a clear and precise proposal describing what they wish to study, and a fluent command of the English language. The scholarships cover all university and college fees, travel to and from the UK, and basic living expenses for a single person.

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The American University in Bulgaria (AUBG) is recruiting students for
the Fall 2009 semester. AUBG is a four-year liberal arts undergraduate
institution, accredited in the US, Europe and Bulgaria. Anyone with
high proficiency of English can apply. The university is interested in
motivated and high-achieving students. Need and
merit-based financial aid packages are available.
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KAUST will grant the KAUST Discovery Scholarship to highly talented students with one to three years remaining of their  first-level or bachelor's degree programs at public and private universities to enter KAUST as graduate-level students in Fall 2009, 2010, and 2011.  Priority will be given to students studying in the fields of bioengineering, bioscience, chemical engineering, earth science and marine science.

The Open Society Foundation and Maastricht University invite applicants for the above scholarships in the field of European Studies. Applicants will be expected to have received their first university degree, be both nationals of and resident in Georgia, Moldova or the Ukraine and not have already received or be currently receiving financial benefit for academic studies.

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