Please note the upcoming deadlines for student applications to the Yale-UCL Collaborative Exchange Program for Doctoral Students — an exciting opportunity for Yale PhD students to undertake a period of research at UCL (normally three months) as part of their doctorate under the supervision of an identified UCL Supervisor.
PhD students from the following research areas are eligible (applications from areas in bold text are particularly encouraged):
There are a limited number of places available to Yale students on the scheme.
The deadlines for submitting applications in 2013/14 are:
The Visiting Research Student Status application is located at the following link:
N.B. The specific form one should complete (and guidance on doing so) is under the tab “Other Exchange Applicants”.
Once the form is complete, scan or print it, and submit it in person to Assistant Dean Robin Ladouceur at HGS 134 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about the Yale-UCL Collaborative Exchange, please see:
Established in 1991, the P.E.O. Scholar Award program provides educational awards for women who are citizens of the United States and Canada and are pursuing a graduate degree and are engaged in advanced study and research. Applicants must have advanced to candidacy and have between one and two years of work remaining on their dissertations. The Graduate School proposes applicants to be interviewed by the local P.E.O. chapter.
Please provide me with a copy of your CV, a list of three faculty members or other parties who will provide you with letters of recommendation, and a two-page personal statement by Monday, October 14, at 5:00 pm. Applications may be emailed to me at email@example.com. Sealed letters of recommendation should be sent directly to my office (contact information below) by the application deadline. When describing your research interests and professional goals, please keep in mind the following selection criteria that will ultimately be used by the Board of Trustees of the P.E.O. Scholar Awards to determine grant recipients:
The local P.E.O. chapter will conduct interviews of potential nominees not long after the application deadline. Students who are nominated by the local P.E.O. chapter will need to submit official application materials by a specified date early in the new year. Award notifications will be sent on May 1, and payments will be disbursed on August 1.
For more information about P.E.O. International, a philanthropic women’s organization, please see the following:
Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowship Information Session
Wednesday, October 9, 12:00 noon
Rosenkranz Hall (RKZ) 241
The Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans awards 30 fellowships annually to immigrants or children of immigrants pursuing a graduate degree (including, but not limited to MD, PhD, JD, MBA, MPH, MPP) for up to $90,000 in support over two years. Program Director Craig Harwood and Senior Consultant Stanley Heginbotham, as well as some current fellows, will be providing an overview of the program and answering questions you may have regarding the application process.
For more information and eligibility criteria, visit www.pdsoros.org.
This year’s application deadline is November 8, 2013.
Ithaca College is advertising for a one-course-per-semester teaching fellow during 2014-2015, which may lead to consideration for tenure-eligible searches in Fall 2015. For full consideration, applications should be received by December 15, 2013.
Applications are welcome in the following areas: Communication Studies, History, Sociology, Theater Arts, Writing, Modern Languages and Literatures and the Center for the Study of Culture, Race and Ethnicity.
Additional interdisciplinary minors that may be of interest to candidates: African Diaspora Studies, Latina/o Studies, Jewish Studies, Latin American Studies, Asian American Studies, Muslim Cultures, Native American Studies and Women’s Studies.
The full ad can be found in the text below and at: https://apply.icjobs.org/postings/23045
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Bocconi PhD School brings together the PhD programs offered by Università Bocconi providing a focal point for its students throughout their careers. Our PhD students are closely supported in their academic endeavors and are provided with a firm grounding in the tools which will be used to produce their doctoral thesis. The University and its faculty assist students in realizing their potential, enabling them to either continue with their academic careers, or find work in world-class international organizations.
Our PhD Faculty includes top scholars worldwide, with publications in leading international journals in Economics, Management, Statistics, Finance, and Legal Studies.
We offer five PhD programs covering interdisciplinary subjects:
All the programs are taught entirely in English (except the curriculum in Businessand Social Law of the PhD program in Legal Studies, taught in Italian) and guarantee a balanced mix of full-time courses, seminars, exchanges and field projects within Bocconi and in collaboration with other leading universities, interacting with international scholars. The first two years typically involve coursework and the final two years focus on research workshops and thesis.
Please find further information about the offer of Bocconi PhD programs by visiting our website www.unibocconi.eu/phds
For more information about the application process, and to download the Calls for Application, please visit our Admission Area:
We are now enrolling for the next Academic Year 2014-2015 with deadline for the application scheduled for January 31st, 2014.
Clarification questions may be addressed to: firstname.lastname@example.org.