Calls for video art

first_img January 11, 2010 Published by mlahtov Reddit New Media Fest – Calls for video artNewMediaFest’2010 will be a preview into the future by initiating new projects in new cooperations, and a review on the past 10 years by spotlighting during one year the most important projects realised in the framework of the global network.In this way, NewMediaFest’2010 will bring a unique world heritage of digital art to the attention of the global audience, documenting the development of the Internet as a medium and tool for artistic creations during the past pioneering decade.What nowadays is usual nearly at all places where Internet connection is available, i.e. broad bandwidth high speed Internet connection, did not exist at the start in 2000, but only comparingly low tech technology, and nobody had the idea, in what kind of speed and in which direction hard-and software technology might delelop and in this way, what the perspectives concerning an art creation might be – available to a broad audience as a part of daily culture.NewMediaFest’2010 is planned as a networked festival online and offline (physical space) starting on 1 January 2010 and being finalised on 31 December 2010.The networked aspects do not relate only to the internal network, consisting of all those project platforms representing the global network, but also and basically to the external network consiting of all the included artists, curators, and festival partners.The festival program has only a vague shape, but will be coordinated as an live action online in form of a blog and a daily journal.In this way, after the scheduled one year NewMediaFest’2010 will remain online as another new media art project in the framework of the global network.More info on New Media Fest websiteThere is 5 calls for video artist:1. CologneOFF VI – Cologne Online Film Festivalfestival theme: “Let’s Celebrate – memory & identity in an experimental context”REGULATIONS– Deadline: Monday, 5 April 2010– Themes: Let’s celebrate – memory and identity in an experimental context– The full-length films/videos may originate from the years 2004-2010.– Excerps of videos or films are not accepted!!– Duration: max 10 minutes (exceptions up to 15 minutes are possible)– Max 2 films/videos can be submitted.– Productions using language and/or text other than English need English subtitles.– The preview copy should preferably be made available online for review and/or download– as Quicktime . mov, Windows Media .wmv or Flash video flv (size 640×480 px)After selection the artists/directors will be invited to send a hardcopy of the selected video on DVD in best screening quality.More information.2. VideoChannel Cologne[self] ~imaging: artists portraying themselves in film & videodeadline: 2 March 2010REGULATIONS– Theme: [self ] ~imaging – artists portraying themselves in film & video– The films/videos may be produced between 2005 and 2010– Excerps of videos or films are not accepted!!– Duration: max 10 minutes– Only one film/video can be submitted.– Productions using language and/or text other than English need English subtitles.– The preview copy should be preferably made available online for review and/or download as Quicktime . mov, Windows Media .wmv, Flash video .flv – minimum size 480×360 px, preferred 640×480 pxOnce selected, the artists/directors will be invited to send a hardcopy of the selected video on DVD in best screening quality.More information.3. One Minute Filmsdeadline: 2 April 2010More information and entry form.4. JavaMuseum – Forum for Internet Technology in Contemporary ArtCall for netart – deadline 1 September 2010REGULATIONS1. Only works are elegible to be submitted which are not part of JavaMuseum already2. The artist may submit as many proposals as he/she wants3. Only netart works which are published online on an URL of itsown with a free access for all users are elegible to be submitted.4. The works may originate fom the years 2000 until 20105. A jury will select the best works for the show6. The works maybe executed in any Internet based technology7. The works must remain online at least for two years after the exhibition launch in autumn 20108. only works are accepted which can be cross-browser displayed online9. The author of a netart piece may be an individual artist or a group / collective of artists10. works can be submitted on an ongoing basis between 1 September 2009 and 1 September 2010, and can be featured in addition after the acceptance during the year 2010 on JavaMuseum.More Information5. A Virtual Memorial Foundation/Video ChannelSFC – Shoah Film Collectiondeadline ongoing from 27 January 2010REGULATIONS-The films/videos may originate from the years 2000-2009-Only complete films are accepted, no excerpts!-The films/videos can be submitted only in a digital format –> Quicktime, AVI, mpeg2, .flv via an upload platform like SENDSPACE – or an URL online-The duration of a film/video may be min. 1 minute and max. 15 minutes, the duration may be exceeded, but only on request.-Max. 2 films/videos may be submitted-Films/videos produced in another language than English, need in any case English subtitlesMore information and entry form. ← The Berlin International Economics Congress Pocket Calls for video art LinkedIn 0 +1 Tweet Share 0 Similar Stories Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. MSc/PhD Fellowships in Biosciences at Heidelberg University, Germany →last_img read more

William J. Clinton Fellowship for Service in India

first_img Reddit LinkedIn 0 Pocket +1 December 2, 2010 Published by Site Default UNESCO Prize for Girls’ and Women’s Education Future Food – A Swiss Research Initiative 2021 Eiffel Excellence Scholarships, France → William J. Clinton Fellowship for Service in Indiacenter_img Share 0 Similar Stories Deadline:  1 January 2011Open to: citizens / permanent residents of the United States between the ages of 21 and 35Starting date: 1 September 2011The AIF Clinton Fellowship for Service gives a select group of young American professionals the opportunity to serve with Indian non-governmental organizations (NGOs) for ten months.  Fellows work in the three pillar areas of AIF: Public Health, Education, & Livelihoods. Some projects also occur in other innovative areas.  The AIF Clinton Fellowship Program aims to build the capacity of Indian NGOs while developing American leaders with a deep understanding of, and continued commitment to, India through an exchange of technical skills & intellectual resources that create meaningful transformative partnerships.   Since 2001, 265 Americans have worked with 115 Indian NGOs through the AIF Clinton Fellowship for Service.  Alumni of the program have become leaders in politics and public policy, social entrepreneurs, & business leaders, and have become a community of socially-conscious, internationally experienced and sensitive citizens and leaders of tomorrow.Main mission of the program is to accelerate social and economic change in India & create lasting connection between young American leaders & Indian NGOs.Selection ProcessThe selection process for the Fellowship is designed to identify candidates with an interest in serving India, the maturity and flexibility to work and live effectively in India, the experience to make meaningful contributions to Indian NGOs and the leadership potential to become American leaders on Indian development issues.  There are two application deadlines:* November 15th, 2010: Early Application Deadline* January 1st, 2011: Final Application DeadlineFellowships are awarded to highly qualified individuals whoDemonstrate a deep interest, passion, commitment toward economic development work and India Demonstrate a high potential for impact. Have a strong set of technical skills that can offer NGOs in India. Demonstrate potential for leadership. Are willing to be entrepreneurial, innovative, and creative. Are willing to engage in the full-time service of a non-governmental organization that is working to accelerate social and economic development in India.AIF Clinton Fellowships are awarded to U.S. Citizens or Permanent Residents who are at least 21 years of age and will have completed an undergraduate bachelor’s degree prior to starting this program. AIF Clinton Fellows have a wide range of educational and professional experience both in development and other areas of expertise.The AIF Clinton Fellowship for Service in India selection committee takes into account several critical factors in assessing whether or not a candidate is a good fit with our fellowship program and shows a high potential for success. The selection criteria includes the following: General knowledge of the development field and development issues in India Ability to demonstrate a humble appreciation of other cultures and circumstances, and a willingness to acclimate to these differences Thoughtful consideration for the role the Fellowship experience will play in their life Ability and willingness to independently and creatively find ways to be helpful to the NGO served Flexibility and adaptability to challenging living and working conditionsProcedureAll applicants fill out an online application for the Clinton Fellowship program, which includes their educational background, work experience, and three essays about why they want to participate in the Fellowship program.Based on their paper applications, the AIF Fellowship committee shortlists candidates to be interviewed according to the previously mentioned criteria. Each short-listed candidate is interviewed by panel, which includes former alumni, AIF staff, board members, and senior leaders in the development and business field.  Final group of Fellows is selected after the interviews are discussed and evaluated by the committee.For more information visit Official website, or Apply online here. Tweet D-Prize Challenges ← Innovact Campus Awards for Students, Young Researchers and Entrepreneurs Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. last_img read more

PhD and Postdoctoral Scholarships in Cultural Studies, Germany

first_img December 21, 2010 Published by Site Default Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. PhD and Postdoctoral Scholarships in Cultural Studies, Germany Similar Stories Deadline: 1 March 2011Open to: holders of MA (PhD for postdoc) in the arts/humanities, cultural studies, or social sciencesScholarship: for PhD: €1.100/month; for Postdoctoral Studies: €1.500/monthGiessen University’s International Graduate Centre for the Study of Culture (GCSC), funded by the German federal government’s Excellence Initiative, offers a three-year structured PhD-programme in the study of culture. With its excellent research environment, a doctoral programme which is tailored to the needs of PhD students and the intensive personal support it provides, the Graduate Centre offers postgraduate students optimum conditions for their PhD-projects and a custom-made preparation for the time thereafter, both with regard to academic and non-academic careers.From 01st October 2011, the GCSC offers up to 9 PhD scholarships and 1 postdoctoral scholarship.PhD scholarships include a monthly stipend of approximately €1.100 and are offered for one year with the possibility of two extensions, each of a year. The postdoctoral scholarship, with a monthly stipend of about €1.500, is limited to two years. All scholarships start on 01st October, 2011. Acceptance of a scholarship requires participation in the study programme and the wide-ranging events offered by the GCSC, as well as active involvement in at least one GCSC graduate research group. PhD scholarship holders must register as PhD students at Justus Liebig University. There are no tuition fees for doctoral students at JLU, except for an enrolment fee of approximately €200 per semester. All scholarship holders are expected to take up residency in or near Giessen.EligibilityGCSC invites applications contributing to the study of culture in various historical contexts as well as those analyzing contemporary phenomena The GCSC encourages applications from graduate students who have or expect to obtain a first or upper second class honours M.A.-degree (or equivalent) in one of the GCSC’s academic subjects or in the arts/humanities, cultural studies, or social sciences. Candidates applying for a post-doctoral scholarship should hold a PhD in the arts/humanities, cultural studies, or social sciences, have an excellent academic record, and pursue a research project relevant to the GCSC’s research areas. Fluency in either English or German is required.Application ProcessThe main selection criteria are the candidates’ academic qualification, the academic quality of the research proposal and the suitability of the project for the GCSC’s research programme. Short-listed candidates will be invited to a 30-minute interview; telephone interviews can be arranged for candidates from overseas.The application deadline is March 1st, 2011 (date of receipt). All applications (including an application form and further documents as stated on the GCSC-website) have to be submitted online.  The application procedure has two stages:1st StageTo apply for GCSC-scholarships, you will first be asked to fill in and submit our online application form [Doctoral, Post-Doc] and to upload the following documents by March 1st, 2011:* a 1-2 page cover letter, explaining your motives for applying at the GCSC;* a short abstract of your research project (approx. 500 words), including the title of your project and a brief outline of the methodology you will use;* a curriculum vitae.Please compile one single PDF-document containing all of the above documents (1-2 pp. cover letter, abstract, and CV). This document should then be labeled according to the following format: Lastname_Firstname.pdf. Once you have created the PDF-file, please fill in our online application form [Doctoral, Post-Doc]. You can then upload your PDF-file as a part of the online form and submit your application by pressing the “Submit” button. You will receive an email confirming the submission of your application. Should you not receive this email, please check your spam filter before resending your application form.In addition, two letters of recommendation provided by university professors are required. Please make sure that these references reach the GCSC by March 1st, 2011. References should be posted to the following address:Director Prof. Dr. Ansgar NünningInternational Graduate Centre for the Study of CultureFellowships 2011Alter Steinbacher Weg 3835394 GiessenGermanyYour two referees (who you will already have specified in your online application) can also send their letters of recommendation directly, or email them to [email protected] StageIn the 2nd stage, GCSC will notify you of the success of your application by March 17th. Should you have been selected for the second stage of the application process, you will be requested to submit further documents supporting your application: For this second stage you will be asked to submit the following documents in print (unstapled) in duplicate to the Director of the GCSC (see address above) by April 8th (date of receipt). Please do not submit any original documents or certificates. Only copies are required:* Copies of your school and university transcripts* A project proposal including a short summary, an overview of the research conducted so far, your topic and methodology as well as a selected bibliography. In your proposal, you should explain the connection of your research project to the GCSC’s research profile. Information on our research profile can be obtained from the website. Proposals of candidates applying for doctoral scholarships should not exceed 10 pages; if you are applying for a postdoctoral scholarship, please submit no more than 20 pages.* A detailed schedule describing the specific stages of your work over a period of three years (doctoral scholarship), or two years (postdoctoral scholarship).* Doctoral students should submit one copy of their M.A.-thesis. Postdoctoral applicants are expected to provide a copy of their dissertation as well as further publications supporting their application, if available (printouts are sufficient in all cases).If you have any questions concerning your application, please contact [email protected] official webpage. LinkedIn 0 +1 Josephine De Kármán Fellowship, US →center_img Tweet Reddit Share 0 13 PhD Scholarships for Cultural Studies at Giessen University ← Internship for Cultural Managers from CE, EE, SEE, Germany Pocketlast_img read more

MSc in Biosciences Scholarships, UK

first_img Reddit ← ENSBA Postgraduate Program for Artists, France April 8, 2011 Published by Site Default Similar Stories Share 0 MSc in Biosciences Scholarships, UK PhD in Computer Science, Ireland → Pocket LinkedIn 0 Deadline: 30 June 2011Open to: high-calibre international students starting one of the designated Masters programmesScholarship: £3,000About the awardUniversity of Exeter is offering three scholarships of £3,000 each for high-calibre international students starting one of the following Masters programmes in 2011:* MSc Applied Biochemistry and Biocatalysis* MSc Aquatic Biology and Resource Management* MSc Bioinformatics* MSc Biotechnology and Enterprise* MSc Food Security and Sustainable Agriculture* MSc Medical Informatics* MSc Bioinformatics and Systems BiologyApplication ProcedurePlease submit an application for the programme, together with a supporting statement of up to 500 words describing what you hope to achieve with this MSc, plus your transcripts. The Course Director will award scholarships on the basis of both your application to the programme and your scholarship supporting statement.Application deadline: 30th June 2011Contact: James Cresswell: [email protected] official webpage. Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Tweet +1last_img read more

PhD Position, Theory and Empirics Applied to Women, Amsterdam

first_img ← European residency programme for cultural journalists It really isn’t aywals about your degree. Let’s say that you did very well in your Masters and barely scraped by your PhD, it’s not going to be as good as someone who graduated with honors in their Masters and didn’t do a PhD. There is no standard because employers don’t hire you for a piece of paper. They interview you to see if you’re a great fit, if your personality meshes with that type of work or environment, how your references look etc. They don’t hire you for what you have, but it’s definitely a way to get in the door. Share 0 Similar Stories Deadline: 10 July, 2012Open to: candidates with a Master’s or Research Master’s Degree in one of the social sciences  Remuneration: € 2,042 in the first year and € 2,612 in the fourth yearDescriptionThe AISSR and the Department of Sociology and Anthropology are looking for a PhD candidate  for the research project “CITE women: Changing Institutions – Theory and Empirics Applied to Women in the Top”, directed by Dr. Klarita Gërxhani and financed by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO).The PhD project is partly funded by NWO-ASPASIA and will be carried out at the Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research (AISSR), Programme Group Institutions, Inequalities and Internationalisation.This project aims to investigate how institutions come about and what makes them change. Point of departure are individuals wishing to change institutions like labour laws. The main research question is: How may individuals wishing to change institutions set about doing so and what determines their likelihood of success?Following the tradition in analytical sociology the project focuses on the mechanisms underlying relations between: (i) micro-level individual decisions; (ii) meso-level organizational processes; and (iii) the macro-level institutional setup. The interest is in whether and how organizations mediate when individuals want to change institutions.More in particular, the project will address the following questions:*  What explains the divergence in success when individuals try to change institutions?*  What mechanisms determine whether meso-level organizations mediate in individual attempts at institutional change?*  What mechanisms affect the likelihood that mediating organizations will succeed in changing institutions?While the theory aims at applicability to a wide range of institutional changes, the empirical application on employment quota provides a suitable testbed. Three countries will serve as specific cases to test the theory’s predictions. For a stress-test, one country is chosen where institutions on women’s board representation have substantially changed (Norway), one with less change (the Netherlands), and one without change (Poland).PhD Project: Micro-Meso-Macro EmpiricsThe main objective of this project is to study how the interaction between individuals in a firm affects the likelihood that the firm will mediate in attempts to change institutions. It will do so by looking at the relationships between individuals’ value orientations and firm’s social norms, and between these norms and the firm’s formal rules, in each of the three countries. This will be addressed by collecting and analyzing field survey data from employers and employees of randomly selected firms in each country e.g., using data banks of national chambers of commerce or branch organizations. These data will be used to explain cross-firm variations (per country) in the extent of mediation by cross-firm differences in the relationships between individuals’ value orientations and organizations’ social norms, and between these social norms and the organizations’ formal rules.Possibly, the project will be extended to investigate how social mobilization between the firm and other organizations (e.g., trade unions, political parties, women lobby groups) affects the likelihood of successful institutional change. This will be addressed by combining the field survey data with in-depth interviews in each country with key informants from firms (e.g., female board professionals), unions, political parties, women’s lobbies, churches, etc.EligibilityThe eligible candidate should have the following qualifications:Master’s or Research Master’s Degree in one of the social sciences (or expectation of completion before the starting date of the project);Affinity with quantitative and qualitative methods and techniques in the social sciences;Interest in interdisciplinary research;Willingness to give English-language presentations, to publish in the English language, and to teach in the Field of Social Sciences (in English as well);Language competencies in other languages than Dutch or English will be considered as an advantageThe position will be on a temporary basis for the period of 3 or 4 years (12 months plus a further 24 or 36 months after a positive evaluation and depending on the preparatory training). The project will start in the fall of 2012. The gross monthly salary will be € 2,042 in the first year and € 2,612 in the fourth year in the case of a full-time position (38 hrs / week). Secondary benefits at Dutch universities are attractive and include 8% holiday pay and an 8.3% end of year bonus.ApplicationApplications, in the form of a motivation letter and a full CV (including the names and contact details of two references from which information about the candidate can be obtained) must be sent by e-mail to [email protected] applications should bear the text: PhD research project “CITE women” in the subject line and should contain the documents as an attachment (pdf).Further inquires concerning the project itself can be obtained from Dr. Klarita Gërxhani ([email protected]).For more information regarding the AISSR, go here.For more information regarding the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, see here.The deadline is 10 July, 2012.The Official Website June 21, 2012 Published by ruzica +1 LinkedIn 0 By Sovan says: PhD Position in Computational Social Choice at the University of Amsterdam The World Press Photo Digital Storytelling Contest on August 31, 2013 at 2:57 am Conny Kristel Fellowship Call 2018 Log in to Reply PhD Position, Theory and Empirics Applied to Women, Amsterdam Pocket One thought on “PhD Position, Theory and Empirics Applied to Women, Amsterdam” Reddit Tweet Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. 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Master at Institute of Photonics Sciences, Spain

first_img Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. July 26, 2012 Published by stefan Similar Stories Tweet +1 Share 0 LinkedIn 0 Pocket Master at Institute of Photonics Sciences, Spain Reddit Deadline: 31 December, 2012Open to: International students who should have good knowledge in non linear and quantum optics, and quantum information science. There are no restrictions of citizenship for the ICFO positions.Scholarship: not specifiedDescriptionThe Quantum Photonics with Solid and Atoms group (QPSA, at ICFO, led by Prof. Hugues de Riedmatten, is opening a Master thesis position in experimental quantum optics. The project is within the framework of quantum information science, which goal is to control quantum coherence effects in matter and light to enable new information processing capabilities. More precisely, the project will focus on the realization of quantum memories (QM) for light. QMs allow a coherent and reversible transfer of quantum information between light and long lived matter quantum bits.The awarded student with scholarship will be part of a dynamic and international team, working on one of the above mentioned topics. The Institute of Photonics Sciences is located in Spain.EligibilityThe candidate should have good knowledge in non linear and quantum optics, and quantum information science.There are no restrictions of citizenship for the ICFO positions.ApplicationApplications should be submitted via the corresponding call available at the online application website. Note that the required application material (indicated above) should be coded in PDF format. In case of any questions or technical problems, please contact ICFO Human Resources and Education at [email protected] Applications submitted by Post cannot be taken into account.Required documentation for application To apply, eligible candidates are requested to submit via our online application website:A Curriculum Vitae (ideally submitted in English)A scanned copy of your University academic transcripts in English, Spanish or CatalanA presentation letter with declaration of research interests (ideally in English)Candidates may be contacted by phone during the selection process.For more information, you can also see the official website. ← “Empowering Women and Girls through Sports” Photo Contest UN-Habitat’s Scroll of Honour call for applications →last_img read more

Trento School of Social Sciences PhD Scholarships

first_img Share 0 ← Eastern European Summer School in Bakuriani, Georgia Deadline: 3 July 2013Open to: candidates with a Master’s degree in relevant disciplinesScholarship: 1,200 Euro per month plus additional funding for research expensesDescriptionThe University of Trento is now inviting applications from qualified candidates for 23 PhD Scholarships in its three PhD programmes:PhD in Economics and Management (9 scholarships):
 The programme focuses on the fields of decision sciences, organization, human and natural resource management with special attention to methodologies used in a behavioural approach to economic studies. Such an approach is increasingly adopted to generate predictions about market dynamics, particularly in the fields of finance, natural resources and tourism, and consumption, as well as to design organizations and institutions.You may read more about this program’s curriculum HERE.PhD in Local Development and Global Dynamics (4 scholarships):
 The programme focuses on theoretical knowledge of the new characteristics of local development in the context of globalizing societies and on the processes through which the new emerging global codified knowledge has to be re-contextualized and combined with local specificities. Since researching local development in all its complexities requires mastering subjects that range across a wide area, the first year of the programme has a decidedly interdisciplinary character, while subsequently allowing students acquire specialised research skills in their chosen major, also at some of the partner universities.PhD in Sociology and Social Research (10 scholarships):
 The programme has a long-standing tradition of emphasising theoretically informed empirical research. During the programme, the students will learn how to systematically combine theoretical reflection with qualitative and quantitative empirical research. To this end, it provides an in-depth study of sociological theory by means of direct and detailed comparison of the classic texts and the contemporary debates, as well as by the professional-level teaching of the methodology of social science research and the main techniques of research and empirical analysis.ScholarshipsAll programmes are conducted in English and will be taught by members of the university’s multi-national faculty. No tuition fees are charged and the scholarships are adequate to cover living expenses in Trento, about 1,200 Euros per month. Scholarships will be augmented by 50% for authorised research periods spent abroad.  There is a mandatory off-site interview for candidates who do not reside in Italy.EligibilityCandidates expecting to graduate by 31 October 2013 can apply to the programme.Applicants must possess a graduate degree of at least four years, or a three year degree plus a Master degree, in a relevant academic discipline.  Applicants holding a foreign degree not officially recognised as equivalent to the Italian “laurea”, must explicitly request recognition of equivalence in their application.Admitted non-E.U. applicants holding a non-Italian qualification and admitted E.U. applicants holding a non-E.U. qualification must also present:their degree certificate along with exams and grades obtained, translated and authenticated by an Italian consulate, embassy or diplomatic representative in the country where the degree was issued, and the respective Declaration of value (“Dichiarazione di Valore”). Declaration of Value must state that the university degree is valid and enables candidates to enrol in a doctoral course in the country where it was obtained.the Diploma Supplement written in English according to the EC, Europe Council and Unesco format.Read more about the admission requirements HERE.ApplicationThe applications deadline is 3 July 2013 – 4 p.m. (Italian time) and must be completed using the online registration website HERE. Application MUST include:copy of ID (European citizens) or passportdegree certificate or self-certification with the transcript of records (see details in the call)research proposal in English (max. 3000 words) with a short abstract (max. 150 words) and bibliographycurriculum vitae et studiorum – Europass format available HEREthe form called “Signed acceptance document” generated by the online applicationApplication MAY include:up to 3 reference letters (in English or Italian)any international certificate attesting the knowledge of the English language (at the C1 level or higher in the Common European Framework of Refernce for Languages)list of scientific publications if anyany other documents useful to attest to the research skills and abilities of the candidate (dissertations, scientific publications, works publishing, articles)For questions, please contact the School of Social Sciences at the University of Trento by phone at +39 0461282290 -3756 or +39 0461282335 or by email at [email protected] For more information see the call for applications HERE.The official website is also available HERE. Reddit Trento School of Social Sciences PhD Scholarships Asian Development Bank-Japan Scholarship Program (ADB-JSP) +1 Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Tweetcenter_img May 30, 2013 Published by turpis Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore PhD in Economics and Finance World Bank Robert S. McNamara Fellowship Program (RSMFP) 2021 Pocket Similar Stories LinkedIn 0 ‘Europe, I have something to tell you’ Photo Competition →last_img read more

Peace Revolution Fellowship in Thailand

first_img Similar Stories Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. July 3, 2013 Published by stefan ← PhD Conference: More or Less European, Oslo Deadline: 15 September, 2013Open to: Everyone is welcome to join the fellowship. Candidates should be 18-30 years old at the time of submitting the application in order to receive the airfare supportVenue: Mooktawan Sanctuary, Thailand, 13th – 26th December 2013DescriptionApplications for the Peace Revolution Fellowship in Thailand – Global Peace On The Move XI – December 13-26 2013 are open now!The fellowship offers a 14 days intensive training program providing participants with deeper insight in the relationship between inner peace and sustainable world peace and enhancing their ability to create peace within their family, professional and social environment. In addition to our intense meditation practice, participants will gain knowledge of various theoretical approaches that include:Conflict resolution and the role of basic human self-disciplineThe role of our habits in our daily life and how to improve themthe 5 Rooms of Life approachThe factors that determine our perception to think, act and speak; relation between body and mindLeadership: Eight pillars for a stable peaceful societyThai-Buddhist StudiesPresently, the fellowship takes place at Mooktawan Sanctuary in an island at the southern part of Thailand. Participants will enjoy meditating in a serene and peaceful near-forest environment. The comments of many people are that it’s a celestial hideaway on Earth. Check this video which is taken from Global Peace on the Move event at Mooktawan.FellowshipThe Thailand fellowship includes:A full or partial sponsoring of airfareA free accommodationA free cateringA free local transportationA free meditation retreat feeEligibilityCandidates should be 18-30 years old at the time of submitting the application in order to receive the airfare support.Candidates must have completed 42 days of the online self-development program. Note that to apply candidates do not need to have completed the self-development program.Candidates must have completed at least 1 ONLINE Special Ops.Candidates have good proficiency in written and spoken English language.Candidates should be optimistic, be open-minded, show leadership potential, and have a genuine interest in peace.How to Apply?You can apply ON-LINE HERE. Deadline for applying is 15 September, 2013Should you need more information about the fellowship programs in Thailand, please contact [email protected] more information please visit the official website. Reddit African Liberty Writing Fellowship 2021 for Young Writers ATLAS CORPS PROGRAMS +1center_img LinkedIn 0 Peace Revolution Fellowship in Thailand PR and Media Internships at GEYC Resource Center → Pocket Share 0 Tweet Google PhD Fellowship Program for graduate studentslast_img read more

Animago Award for Best Digital Media Productions

first_img Similar Stories Animago Award for Best Digital Media Productions Share 0 Tweet LinkedIn 0 PhD Scholarships at Canterbury Christ Church University, UK → +1 ← Human Rights Trainer for Roma, Budapest Pocket Reddit March 13, 2014 Published by tatjana Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Deadline: 30 June 2014Open to: all  industry professionals and rising stars in the field of digital media productionPrize: animago trophyDescriptionThe animago Award has been acknowledging the best works in the entire spectrum of digital media production and visualization since 1997. Participants from exactly 66 different countries have submitted 1.043 works last year, production types are STILL, FILM and INTERACTIVE. Since its existence the competition has succeeded in achieving even greater international prominence and acknowledgment.EligibilityThe participation is free of charge. They invite all industry professionals and rising stars in the field of digital media production to submit their works for consideration by the expert jury in one of the animago categories. The animago AWARD offers creative people the opportunity to present their skills and to measure themselves in that industry sector.PrizeThe jury members evaluate all submitted productions having regard to the adequate category. Five outstanding entries per category will be nominated and the best of them will win the coveted animago trophy.ApplicationRegister as a user HERE;Register your entries online. You will receive a submission number for each entry;Send your still image (or reference pictures for movie or interactive submissions) via email to [email protected];If you register other entries than stills, please send your animation ect. on CD/DVD/BluRay/USB stick via normal mail or supply us with a download link or FTP access. As an alternative, you can use a free transfer service such Dropbox or WeTransfer.Deadline for submissions is 30 June 2014.For more information visit the official website HERE.last_img read more

IAPSS Needs Fundraising Coordinator!

first_imgIAPSS Needs Fundraising Coordinator! +1 ← Poster for Tomorrow 2014 Competition: Work Right! Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Reddit LinkedIn 0 April 24, 2014 Published by ljubicad Similar Stories Share 0 Tweet Pocket Deadline: 27 April 2014Open to: well organized and highly motivated individualsRemuneration: the position is unpaid; travel expenses for in-person meetings are partially covered by IAPSSDescriptionThe International Association for Political Science Students (IAPSS) based in The Netherlands, is the only organization supporting students of political science worldwide. With an increased international cooperation, the events (summer schools, study trips, and conferences) organized by the Association have gained in size and frequency. Since adequate financing is necessary to support the high quality of those events, grant applications and fundraising are crucial factors within the Association.The Executive Committee is currently seeking to assign a Fundraising Coordinator who will work with the Head of International Cooperation and secure successful grant applications and funding requests. The position takes place on-line.TasksThe Fundraising Coordinator will:Draft and submit grant applications to corporate, governmental and non-governmental institutions;Research grant and funding opportunities with the Department of International Cooperation.EligibilityThe Association seeks highly motivated individuals with strong organizational skills, high degree of autonomy, professional level of communication, efficient time management, and strong detail to deadlines. Prior grant application and fundraising experience is considered a plus.BenefitsThe position is unpaid with 3-4 hours of workload per week. The successful candidate will be in touch will numerous interesting organizations, will gain excellent professional experience, and work in an international environment.Travel expenses for both annual and in-person meetings will be partially covered by IAPSS and through successful fundraising.ApplicationTo apply for this position send a short CV and 1-2 pages cover letter with reference to your experience to: [email protected] for applications is Sunday, April 27th.For further information on the position, please contact:Wanda Tiefenbacher‎Head of the International Cooperation DepartmentInternational Association for Political Science Students (IAPSS)e-mail: [email protected] the official call. Women’s Initiative Grant by Alexia Foundation for Professional Photographers →last_img read more