EU Marie Curie Fellowship in Citizenship, Civil Society and Rule of Law (deadline 12 MAY 2015)

Funding to develop applications for a

MARIE SKLODOWSKI-CURIE EUROPEAN FELLOWSHIP

to hold at the

Centre for Citizenship, Civil Society and Rule of Law (CISRUL)

University of Aberdeen

Deadline for proforma: Tuesday 12th May 2015

Website: http://cisrul.wordpress.com/

The Centre for Citizenship, Civil Society and Rule of Law (CISRUL) at the University of Aberdeen invites researchers of any nationality who identify closely with our research agenda, and who hold a PhD and significant post-doctoral experience, to spend up to a week at CISRUL preparing an application for a Marie Curie European Fellowship, which would allow them to spend 1-2 years with us at Aberdeen.

Since Marie Curie stresses the fit between applicant and institution, we ask that you begin by reflecting on whether CISRUL is the right place for you to develop your career as a researcher. CISRUL aims to produce conversation across the social sciences and humanities on key concepts of the modern polity, including citizenship, civil society and rule of law, as well as democracy, human rights, nationalism and pluralism.

If you believe your work may fall within the CISRUL remit, please take a look at the detailed information about our members, events and publications at http://cisrul.wordpress.com. The next step would be to a) contact the CISRUL member whose discipline and interests are closest to yours, and then b) fill out the proforma on the website, so we can consider inviting you to Aberdeen to spend a week developing your application.

CISRUL will fund travel (up to £750) as well as board & lodging (up to 7 days) for the most promising applicants to visit us for a week, likely in mid to late June. During the week you would attend a variety of information sessions, about Marie Curie and about the University, as well as meeting regularly with your proposed supervisor/s and with a wide range of the University’s professional services.

For further details, please see http://cisrul.wordpress.com/

World History Teaching Positions (Adjunct) IUPU-Columbus

The History Program in the Indiana University Division of Liberal Arts at Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus (IUPUC) anticipates vacancies for adjunct instructor(s) in a survey class in World History before 1800 (History H108), and in a survey class in World History after 1800 (History H109) during the fall semester of 2015. The classes often are taught as breaking nearer 1500, depending on instructor preference.

 

IUPUC is a nonresidential campus serving traditional and nontraditional students in the south-east-central region of Indiana. About half of all IUPUC students are of non-traditional age, and most IUPUC students are first-generation college students.

 

The section of History H108 will meet on Mondays and Wednesdays from noon until 1:15. The section of History H109 will on Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:00-4:15. Class size for each will probably be in the vicinity of 25-30.

 

Minimum requirements are an active ABD in an appropriate field of History, or a PhD, and some teaching experience. It is understood that not all plausible applicants will have taught a class as instructor of record, and all instructors will find some part of a world history survey a stretch. Pay for an ABD with teaching experience in the IU system will probably be in the vicinity of $2208; in addition there is a modest travel stipend (NOT mileage) for those coming from Bloomington, Indianapolis, or a similar distance. Those with a PhD will receive a slightly higher pay rate.

 

Those who have previously taught at Columbus, been interviewed at Columbus, or submitted materials at Columbus, are encouraged to apply for this opportunity, as are those who have not had previous contact with IUPUC.

 

Those holding appointments elsewhere in the IU system will need to be able to fit this appointment within applicable load limits (those unsure of their status should apply). Graduate students will probably require the permission of their adviser and \ or program.

 

Opportunities for future terms are possible, dependent on campus needs and resources.

 

Those interested should contact Dr. Doug Gardner, Coordinator of the History Program, at dggardne@iupuc.edu, as soon as possible. An emailed statement of interest and a brief CV, showing at the minimum education, teaching experience, and a dissertation title will suffice for initial screening. Dr. Gardner’s phone number is 812-348-7206, and his postal address is IUPUC, 4601 Central Avenue, Columbus, Indiana 47203.

 

 

 

REMINDER: Fulbright-Hays DDRA Internal Budget & IRB Deadline (16 APR 2015)

Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad (DDRA) Fellowship Competition is OPEN

  • Internal IU Review Deadline:April 16th, 2015 by 5:00pm
  • Final Materials Deadline:April 23rd, 2015 by 3:00pm
  • Contact: Kathleen Sullivan, The University Graduate School (sullkath@iu.edu or 812-855-1362)

 

The Fulbright Hays Fulbright Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad (DDRA) application was released this week and can be accessed at the following URL: http://www2.ed.gov/programs/iegpsddrap/applicant.html. You can find the full text of the announcement and guidelines here: https://federalregister.gov/a/2015-04137

 

Please note that while the website lists April 28, 2015 as the official deadline for submitting an application, the Indiana University Graduate School has an internal deadline of Thursday, April 16th by 5pm.

  • The Fulbright-Hays internal deadline of April 16this for the budget and human subjects narratives ONLY. They should be submitted as a PDF to Kathleen Sullivan (sullkath@iu.edu) via email. The University Graduate School will review these portions of the application and will notify applicants of any necessary changes or additional information that is needed. The early internal deadline allows ample time for this review and for final submission of applications by the official Fulbright deadline.

 

All final materials must be submitted to the University Graduate School no later than 3:00 p.m. on Thursday, April 23rd. They must be submitted via the Fulbright-Hays e-application (G5).

 

 

Kathleen Sullivan (sullkath@iu.edu or 812-855-1362) is responsible for administrative questions related to applications. For assistance with drafting proposals, please use the resources available at the GradGrants Center (http://www.indiana.edu/~gradgrnt/).

 

Postdoc in Digital Humanities/ Foreign Language UIC (deadline 19 APR 2015)

The Sandi Port Errant Language and Culture Learning Center (LCLC) at the University of Illinois at Chicago invites applications for a post-doctoral research associate in the Digital Humanities, starting July 15, 2015. Initial appointment for two years renewable for up to three additional years.  Candidates must have completed the Ph.D. between 2013 and July 15, 2015.  The postdoc is a full-time 9-month salaried position with a salary of $37,500, access to $2000 in research funds, and full benefits.

We seek a creative and organized postdoctoral research associate whose research project will mesh with the mission of the Language and Culture Learning Center: helping faculty find and integrate technology into foreign language, literature, and culture classes.  We welcome applications from energetic and focused scholars whose past experience and planned research projects engage with teaching with technology in the fields of foreign language, literature, and culture.

The postdoctoral research associate will collaborate with the Director of the LCLC on: teaching and curriculum development for the departments in the School of Literatures, Cultural Studies and Linguistics (LCSL); developing and leading workshops on teaching and learning with technology; conducting empirical research in collaboration with faculty from foreign language departments to assess the effectiveness of teaching and learning materials; identifying and evaluating emerging technologies to enhance language learning; collaborating with the Digital Humanities Working Group at UIC and other centers nationally on the development and dissemination of computer-mediated learning modules; identifying grants and collaborating on grant applications; presenting and/or participating in local and national conferences; supervising and training LCLC graduate student research assistants; carrying out other tasks as needed for the maintenance of the LCLC.

Candidates must hold a Ph.D. in one of the following: Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Russian, Spanish, or a related field, and have college-level teaching experience in at least one of these languages.  Candidates who do not hold a Ph.D. in one of the above languages must have an M.A. in one of these languages.

Apply online at https://jobs.uic.edu by completing the on-line application and uploading a curriculum vitae, a sample syllabus including evidence of integration of technology for at least one undergraduate language or literature course, and the names and email addresses of three references (including dissertation advisor). Also required are statements about the research project to be undertaken during the fellowship period, and about teaching philosophy including past achievements and future goals in the field of foreign language pedagogy (250 words each).

For fullest consideration, application materials must be received by April 19, 2015.

The University of Illinois at Chicago is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer, dedicated to the goal of building a culturally diverse pluralistic faculty and staff committed to teaching in a multicultural environment.  We strongly encourage applications from women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and covered veterans.

2015-16 GA-ship in Admissions (Work-Study Eligibility Required, closes 1 APR 2015)

The Office of Admissions is a department under the Office of Enrollment Services and the front-facing department and portal to the public for undergraduate recruitment for the Indiana University Bloomington campus. The Office of Admissions is responsible for recruiting the freshman class each year, counseling prospective students and their families about the admissions procedure, providing accurate information to the public about our recruiting requirements and standards and marketing Indiana University Bloomington.

Position Description:

Admissions Counselor: Develop, coordinate, implement, and participate in recruitment efforts and admissions-related initiatives that serve to advance the undergraduate enrollment goals of the Indiana University Bloomington campus. Represent IUB at on-campus recruiting events and off-site visit programs. Actively collaborate with campus partners. Coordinate and conduct daily information sessions and campus tours for prospective students and their families; meet individually as needed.

Provide complex information on policies, procedures, exceptions, reasons for admission and denial of admission according to policy and procedure set forth by the IUB Office of Admissions. Collect, monitor, and interpret data about student enrollment indicators and make recommendations to senior leadership team.

Responsibilities:

a. Students will interact with prospective college students and their families through individual and group counseling appointments/sessions, both on and off-campus.

i. Individual Student & Family Appointments/Counseling

ii. Group Presentations/Counseling/Workshops

iii. Individual Phone, Email, IM & Skype Counseling

iv. Special Group Presentations for visiting High Schools

v. High School Visits (Includes meetings with Students and School Counselors)

vi. College Fairs

b. Coordinate special projects within the Diversity Recruitment and Outreach team.

c. Conduct research on best practices and trends within the field of admission and/or college counseling to be presented to admission staff during staff meetings, retreats, and workshops.

Qualifications:

Must have completed a Bachelor’s degree and be currently enrolled in or received admission to an Indiana University Graduate Program on the Bloomington campus. Student should be organized, responsible, and dependable and have the ability to work independently; possess analytical problem solving and decision making skills; be champion for IU and have a positive enthusiastic attitude regarding the IU student experience.

Compensation:

10 month appointment

Standard GA stipend, up to 90% fee remission, and health insurance. All applicants are asked to apply for Federal Work-Study. Offers contingent upon approval.

 

Deadline:

1 April 2015.

 

Submission Details:

Please send  a cover letter and resume or CV by by email pratherm@indiana.edu, with  Grad Assistant in subject line

OR

by mail to the address listed below:

300 N. Jordan Ave, Bloomington Campus

Phone: 812.855.0661

Fax: 812.855.5102

GPSO Officer Positions Open for 2015-2016 (deadline 20 MAR 2015)

 

Please forward the following information to your students. These officer positions come with a $1000 yearly award for the student’s volunteer service.

GPSO is looking for interested students to serve on the GPSO 2015-2016 Executive Committee! If you are interested in any of the positions listed below, click on the link to fill out a short application and send your resume/CV to gpso@indiana.edu by March 20th at 11:59PM.

Awards Officer

The Awards Officer oversees the awarding GPSO Travel and Research Grants. This involves working with GPSO accounts manager, Dr. Yolanda Treviño, the GPSO Excomm, and the Awards Committee. Apply here!

Benefits Officer

The Benefits Officer addresses the benefit needs of Student Academic Appointees (SAA’s) and student employees, specifically health insurance, stipends, fee remission structure and related employment issues. The position seeks to recommend improvements to benefit and compensation policies for all graduate and professional students. Apply here!

Diversity Officer

The Diversity Officer acts as a medium of communication between IUSA, BGSA, LGSA, ISA, other graduate student organizations and GPSO. The Diversity Officer also serves as a member of the External Relations committee. Apply here!

Sustainability Officer

The Sustainability Officer addresses issues related to sustainability within the GPSO and campus communities. Examples of issues addressed are recycling, transportation, carbon emissions and sustainable growth. Apply here!

 G.A. Position at the Center on American and Global Security (CAGS, deadline 15 April) 

Eligibility:

 Ph.D. Candidates only (ABD)

 Fluency in written and spoken English

 Solid research skills

 Some interest in and knowledge of matters in international security, strongly preferred

Compensation: Stipend equivalent to an Assistant Instructor (AI) position

Hours: 20h/week required

Application:

 Please provide your Resume or CV to peosulli@indiana.edu

Responsibilities: The CAGS Graduate Assistant position encompasses various responsibilities including research, assistance with publication projects, and providing programmatic support. The primary role is to assist the CAGS director, Dr. Sumit Ganguly, in his research activities in the field of security studies. Additionally, the G.A. assists in the planning, promotion, and execution of the lecture series, panel discussions, and research symposiums hosted by CAGS each semester. As needed, the GA also supports CAGS staff in drafting grant proposals.

Contact: If you have any further questions and wish to know more about the position, feel free to contact the present Graduate Assistant, Piper O’Sullivan, at peosulli@indiana.edu

SPEA Graduate Research Assistant – Due March 2

The responsibilities of the Assistant will be to assist in the formation and implementation of an initiative on United States Manufacturing and Public Policy at SPEA. Specific duties will include analysis of manufacturing policy issues related to international trade, economics, energy policy, and overregulation, among other substantive areas. The basic goal of the initiative is to determine what caused the decline in United States manufacturing and what public policy steps need to be taken to reverse this decline.

 

The Assistant will also work on several near term objectives, including assisting in putting together a workshop on Manufacturing Issues and Public Policy to be held this summer, including helping with administrative issues, identifying key participants, refining policy questions to be discussed, and possibly assisting with drafting of relevant papers.

 

Timeline/Wage

Now-May: 10hr/week, $13/hour

May-August: 20hr/week, $13/hour

 

Application Process

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to the Masters Program Office (MPO) at speampo@indiana.edu by Monday, March 2, 2015, 5:00pm EST.  Late submissions will not be accepted.  Selected candidates will be contacted to schedule interviews.