Deadline for all applications is February 1, 2011.
Please check http://www.acorjordan.org/ for the ACOR fellowships, including:
ACOR Jordanian Graduate Student Scholarship: Four awards of $3,000 (2,124 JD) each to assist Jordanian graduate students with the annual costs of their academic programs. Candidates must be Jordanian citizens and currently enrolled in either a Master’s or Doctoral program in a Jordanian university. Eligibility is limited to students in programs related to Jordan’s cultural heritage (for example: archaeology, anthropology, history, linguistics/epigraphy, conservation, museum studies, and cultural resource management related issues). Awardees who demonstrate excellent progress in their programs will be eligible to apply in consecutive years.
Multi-Country Research Fellowship: CAORC is pleased to announce the expansion of the Multi-Country Research Fellowship Program. Starting with the 2010-11 cycle, U.S. citizens enrolled in a master’s degree granting program are eligible to apply for Multi-Country Research Fellowship.
The Council of American Overseas Research Centers (CAORC) Multi-Country Fellowship Program supports advanced regional or trans-regional research in the humanities, social sciences, or allied natural sciences for U.S. master’s students, doctoral candidates, and scholars who have already earned their Ph.D. Preference will be given to candidates examining comparative and/or cross-regional research. Applicants are eligible to apply as individuals or in teams.
Scholars must carry out research in two or more countries outside the United States, at least one of which hosts a participating American overseas research center. Approximately ten awards of up to $12,000 each will be given in the doctoral candidate/post-doctoral scholar competition. Approximately four awards of up to $8,000 each will be given in the master’s student competition.
Please see the link below to apply:
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The History Channel requested that we share the following announcement:
We are looking for a male co-host, ages 35-55 for a premium cable show that focuses on American History, Mysteries and Secrets. Our host should be a “believable believer,” someone who can challenge traditional scientific and historical methods. This person should bring a fresh perspective to the audience and the team that will allow the series to take unexpected turns i.e. conversations with numerologists, channelers etc. On the other hand, one of the important qualities that he should possess is the ability to not be simply a believer, but also “speak with mathematical and scientific authority” and be able to converse with other members of the team on their own terms. We are looking for someone who can convince our more traditional hosts to rethink their position. He should also be flexible enough to be convinced that he is wrong at times. Finally the host should be smart, playful, a strong communicator and have a good sense of humor.
Having one of the following is a must:
Government agency background
Published Author, online or other
No actors please we are looking for real people.
If you or anyone you know fits this description and may be interested, please have them contact me as soon as possible. Also, please feel free to post this on your website or pass this message along to anyone you feel may be appropriate. Thank you and I hope to hear from you shortly.
In your response, be sure to include a recent photograph and a short paragraph explaining why you are interested and right for the show.
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On Saturday, September 27th, a special WaterFire event will mark the
200th Anniversary of the abolition of the Transatlantic slave trade,
and launch the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities’ Freedom
Festival. The event is dedicated to the memory and work of Professor
Rhett S. Jones.
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Heritage Watch, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the protection
and preservation of the world’s cultural legacy, has an exciting internship
opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students.
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