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GGC Spring Semester Hours
Fridays by prior arrangement only
* At consultant discretion, appointments may be scheduled outside of posted hours.
** These hours may shift to allow consultants to assist FLAS and other major fellowship applicants-- as well as to facilitate out-of-office workshops.
Walk-in hours are rarely available.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment.
Closed when classes are out of session.
This includes MLK Day, Winter and Spring Breaks, Exam and Dead Weeks, 4th of July, all University-observed holidays and anytime Wells East Tower is closed.
In general, the GGC is open when
classes are in session.
Please have your 10-digit student ID number available when you come in for an appointment.
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Monthly Archives: March 2012
FULL SCHOLARSHIP Training in Methods of Teaching Younger Learners Arabic, Chinese, Persian, Turkish, Swahili WHY: Train teachers for language instruction in community settings: Bridges 2 Children WHAT: ◊ Participate in intensive, professional development institute ◊ Learn appropriate teaching methods … Continue reading
April 2, 2012, for Professor Giovanni Zanovello’s class, The Masses of Josquin des Prez I have organized some basic principles for writing both the proposal narrative and budget portions of your grant assignment. The prezi file (a PowerPoint alternative, free for … Continue reading
From The Chronicle of Higher Education, March 27, 2012. By Karen Kelsky One of the most common questions I hear from graduate students, whether they are in their first or their final year, is what they can do now to … Continue reading
From The Chronicle of Higher Education, March 28, 2012. By Michael J. Spires Members of the program staff at the National Science Foundation routinely advise investigators and administrators to “call early, call often.” Those of us who are research administrators … Continue reading
Two summer ESL teaching internships available immediately for current MA students or recent graduates of TESOL, Applied Linguistics, or Linguistics programs with prior teaching experience for this summer. Teach in Indiana University’s Intensive English Program, May 7-July 27, 2012. Duties: … Continue reading
Friday, March 23, 2012 Welcome to the GGC! The prezi file (a PowerPoint alternative, free for educators) from the GGC presentation is below. You can progress through the slides in order, but you can also zoom in and out and … Continue reading
Self-nominations and faculty recommendations are welcome. The $18,000 award includes a fellowship and modest stipend to cover responsibilities as the editor of a newsletter for the Native American & Indigenous Studies degree concentrations. There is also a small travel award … Continue reading
2 CURATORIAL ASSISTANTSHIPS (ASIAN ART, WESTERN ART BEFORE 1800) Duties: Assist a museum curator in areas such as research, cataloguing, exhibition preparation, and expanding/entering records in computerized collections management system. Provide access to study/storage collections for faculty, students, and visiting … Continue reading
Balassi Institute Graduate Fellowship in Hungarian Studies- Deadline: April 1, 2012 (March 15 priority) renewable
The Fellowship will be given to a student who has been admitted to the University Graduate School at Indiana University-Bloomington and is primarily engaged in research falling within the field of Hungarian language and area studies, including but not limited … Continue reading
IFES is currently accepting applications for the 2012 Manatt Fellowships. The Charles and Kathleen Manatt Fellowship, funded by former U.S. Ambassador to the Dominican Republic and former Chair of IFES’ Board of Directors, Charles Manatt, and his wife Kathleen awards one … Continue reading