Fulbright Grant Infosession
May 17, 2018, 1:30-3pm
Ida and Cecil Green Faculty Club, Atkinson Pavilion
This session will provide an overview of the U.S Fulbright Student Program. The Fulbright U.S. Student Program offers research, study and teaching opportunities in over 140 countries to recent graduates and graduate students. Fulbright grant recipients receive free funding to study abroad for one to two years in order to complete a master’s program or teach English as a second language. Join us at this session to learn about the variety of programs available to undergraduate and graduate students, the application process and how Y0U can win a prestigious Fulbright grant.
This session is part of a Fulbright Luncheon at UCSD. Full event details can be found here.
Call for Papers
Third Annual Graduate Interdisciplinary Conference on South Asia at UCLA
Submission Deadline: March 10, 2018
The Center for India and South Asia invites abstracts for presentation at the Third Annual Graduate Interdisciplinary Conference on South Asia at UCLA. This one-day conference aims to foster greater cross-disciplinary conversations amongst graduate student researchers and faculty working on South Asia at UCLA and other institutions in Southern California. This will be an opportunity for students at various stages to exhibit their work in an accessible manner to a broad multidisciplinary audience.
In an effort to attract a wide pool of applicants and encourage dialogue across fields, we welcome submissions from graduate students doing research in the social sciences, humanities, science and technology studies, public policy, or business programs. In lieu of panels, presentations will be in the form of individual talks (15-20 minutes with 10 minutes for questions). Please send a 250-word abstract, a title, three keywords, your departmental affiliation and any enquiries to email@example.com.
The deadline for abstract submissions is March 10, 2018 . Applicants will be notified of their acceptance by March 20, 2018. The conference will be held on April 20, 2018. More details can be found here.
The Berkeley-AIPS Urdu Language Program in Pakistan (BULPIP-AIPS)
Application Deadline: March 1, 2018
The Berkeley-AIPS Urdu Language Program in Pakistan (BULPIP-AIPS) is accepting
applications from non-U.S. Citizens for its Fall 2018 intensive Urdu language immersion program
based at Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) in Pakistan. Jointly administered by the American Institute of Pakistan Studies (AIPS) and the Berkeley Urdu Language Program in Pakistan (BULPIP) at the University of California, Berkeley, this Urdu language program will offer daily classroom instruction, five days a week, for approximately fifteen weeks. Classes will be small and individual tutorials provided. There will be regular assignments outside of class and special emphasis will be placed on connecting with the local speech community as well as self-management of learning. Participants will need to take part in all program events, such as attending films and plays in Lahore and other cultural activities, including a weeklong excursion to Islamabad, Murree, Taxila, Katas Raj, and elsewhere.
View the program announcement and application requirements here. All application materials must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5 pm (Pacific Standard Time), March 1, 2018:
California Council on Science and Technology Postdoctoral Fellowship Program
Application Deadline: Feb 28, 2018
The California Council on Science and Technology is now accepting applications for the 2019 Class of our CCST Science & Technology Policy Fellowship. Completed applications are due by February 28th, 2018.
The CCST Science Fellows program is open to those holding a PhD or equivalent degree in science and engineering, and in social science fields such as economics. Eligibility information, program timeline, and the application link can be found at fellows.ccst.us/apply.php.
As CCST Science Fellows, scientists and engineers spend one year in Sacramento serving the California State Legislature. Working as legislative staff in the State Assembly or State Senate, they get a front-row seat learning about the craft and process of lawmaking in the State of California — a dynamic arena that often sets policy trends for the United States and the world.
For more information, visit the program website here.
Wageningen University and Research and Indian Institute for Technology, Delhi
Seeking Postdoctoral Researchers on Civil Society Advocacy and Inclusive Development in India
Wageningen University & Research (The Netherlands) and Indian Institute of Technology Delhi are starting a collaborative project to study the contribution of civil society advocacy to inclusive development in India. Three postdocs are to focus on civil society advocacy and advocacy capacity development in the domain of gender. Three postdocs are to focus on civil society advocacy and advocacy capacity development in the domain of climate-related natural hazards.
The research will involve the production of a literature review, fieldwork in India, and the production of academic papers and materials and organizing events for knowledge sharing and utilization among stakeholders, including CSOs and policymakers. The six postdocs will work together in a team including scholars from the Netherlands, India and the United States.
Two postdocs will be hosted by Wageningen University & Research, and four will be hosted by Indian Institute of Technology Delhi. All postdocs will, however, spend some part of their assignment at the institution they are not hosted at, for purposes of collaboration and exchange.
For more information, click here
Cornell University’s South Asia Program welcomes applications from scholars, writers, curators, and artists based in South Asia (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, or Sri Lanka) to visit Cornell University for a fellowship period of one-to-three months to undertake research, artistic productions, and/or collaborations related to South Asian Studies. Fellows will have the opportunity to collaborate with Cornell faculty, post-doctoral fellows, and graduate students, and to involve themselves in South Asia Program activities.The South Asia Program will award four fellowships for residence at Cornell University between January and December 2017. Each Fellow will receive $5,000 and a formal letter of award suitable for visit visa application purposes. All travel, housing, health insurance, and visa arrangements and costs are the responsibility of the Fellow.Cornell University’s South Asia Program is an interdisciplinary hub for Cornell students, faculty, staff, community members, and academic visitors. It has over 50 affiliated faculty from across Cornell’s colleges and professional schools, in the disciplines of the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. The South Asia Program has been designated by the U.S. Department of Education as a Title VI, South Asia National Resource Center, one of only eight in the United States.Application
Review of proposals will begin on December 1, 2016. The South Asia Program will consider applications submitted after this date, if sufficient funds remain available. Applications will be reviewed by an interdisciplinary committee of the Cornell University South Asia Program.Applications must include:
1. A two-page CV including institutional affiliation, educational qualifications, and key publications/works produced.
2. A two-page narrative explaining the work to be undertaken during the fellowship period and its relevance to the applicant’s scholarly/artistic development.
3. Two letters of reference. References may be mailed separately to this address or included with the application.Send applications, and any questions, to: email@example.com