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- CEAPS Roundtable Discussion
Friday, September 26
CEAPS Roundtable Discussion
The Rise of China’s Economy? Voices from the Urban Youth
Time: 3 - 5 p.m.
Place: Urban Outfitters Building Conference Room 411 (IPS)507 E. Green St.
- Conference on History of Non-book Publishing in China, Tang (6 18-907) through Qing ( 1644- 1911)
An International Conference titled "History of Non-book Publishing in China, Tang (618-907) through Qing (1644- 1911)" will be held on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 26-27, in Lucy Ellis Lounge, 1080 Foreign Languages Building.
The conference is jointly hosted by the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures, and the Institute of Palace Studies, Beijing. It is the first meeting of the conference, "Reading without Books: Experiences of Print in Everyday Life in Imperial China."
The organizers are Professor Kai-wing Chow, EALC and History, and Charles D. Wright, English and Medieval Studies. Sponsors include the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures; the School of Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics; the Program in Medieval Studies; the Graduate School of Library and Information Science; the Confucius Institute; the Center for East Asian and Pacific Studies; the Center for Advanced Study; and the Department of History.
Please see the Conference Schedule here.
- Confucius China Studies Program (CCSP) Joint Research Ph.D. Fellowship
The Institute of International Education is pleased to announce the launch of the Confucius China Studies Program (CCSP) Joint Research Ph.D. Fellowship, a generous funding opportunity for doctoral students who wish to pursue research in China.
Awardees are provided with comprehensive funding to conduct research, travel, and live in China from a period of six months to two years at one of China’s 15 most elite universities.
Competition for the 2015-16 academic year opens today, August 25, 2014!
- 2015 Japanese Government MEXT Research Student Scholarship
The Japan Information Center is delighted to announce that applications for the 2015 Japanese Government MEXT Research Student Scholarship are now available! This scholarship provides for college graduates to undertake graduate-level course work and research at a university in Japan under the supervision of a professor for 18 to 24 months. Any field of study is eligible for the scholarship, but applicants must find a professor at a Japanese university willing to supervise their studies.
Applications, Guidelines, and an FAQ are currently available online at our website under the "Research" header:http://www.chicago.us.emb-
japan.go.jp/JIC/monbusho.html. Applications are due on Tuesday May 27, 2014. Those who pass the initial application screening will be asked to sit for an interview and Japanese language exam on Tuesday July 8, 2014. Final selection will come from MEXT in February, with scholarship recipients departing for Japan in April or September of 2015.
We would appreciate it if you could pass this information along to your students and colleagues. For more information, please see our MEXT Scholarship website, or the Study in Japan website (http://www.studyjapan.go.jp/
- Student Fulbright Information SessionThe National and International Scholarships Program has scheduled a 90-minute workshop focusing on student Fulbright grants for Thursday, May 8 from 3:30-5:00 in room 314 Altgeld. The workshop will include advice from recent Illinois Fulbright recipients. The session is targeted to juniors, graduating seniors, and graduate students who wish to explore opportunities available under a Fulbright and ready materials for theFulbright Priority Deadline of July 1, 2014. These scholarships support U.S. citizens for one year of study or research inany country where there is a Fulbright Commission. English teaching programs (some with minimal to no foreign language or teaching experience necessary) also are available. Students must begin working on their applications this summer to apply for funding for study, teaching, or research beginning in fall 2015. We anticipate more than a dozen University of Illinois students being offered Fulbright grants.Click here for further information about applying for a Fulbright grant from Illinois.General Information regarding the FulbrightFor over 60 years, the federal government-sponsored Fulbright U.S. Student Program has provided future American leaders with an unparalleled opportunity to study, conduct research, and teach in other countries. Fulbright student grants aim to increase mutual understanding among nations through educational and cultural exchange while serving as a catalyst for long-term leadership development.
The Fulbright U.S. Student Program awards approximately 1,900 grants annually and currently operates in 140 countries worldwide. Fulbright English Teaching Assistantships are now available to more than 65 countries. Fulbright grants generally provide funding for round-trip travel, maintenance for one academic year, health and accident coverage and full or partial tuition.
Applicants to the Fulbright U.S. Student Program must be U.S. citizens at the time of application and hold a bachelor’s degree or the equivalent by the beginning of the grant. The Fulbright U.S. Student Program does not require applicants to be currently enrolled in a college or university. Applications from young professionals interested in an international experience are also encouraged.Priority Deadline Fulbright Notice NEW - header.docDavid Schug, Director
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