The Philanthropic Educational Organization (P.E.O.) Scholars Grant Opportunity: The P.E.O. sisterhood offers a $15,000 grant, the P.E.O. Scholar Award, to top women doctoral students nearing completion of their degree programs. P.E.O. Scholar Awards are one-time, competitive, merit-based awards for women of the United States and Canada who are pursuing a doctoral level degree at an accredited college or university.
Small Projects Istanbul runs a cultural center, a women’s co-op, and provides a variety of language classes and other services (childcare, school enrollment help, etc.) to the primarily Syrian refugee community in Istanbul. The program director is working on a new program to connect Syrians in Istanbul with Arabic language learning students in the United States to facilitate a language exchange over Skype in the hopes that it could become a source of much-needed income for the Syrians. They’re thinking to charge $20 and hour, and 100% of that would go directly to the Syrian beneficiary.
OVPIA’s Office of International Development is in urgent need of host families for the Youth Leadership Program with Mongolia from October 15-29. Program themes are centered on concepts of democracy, active citizenship, and community engagement.
Middle East Studies at Brown University invites applications for a Visiting Assistant/Associate Professorship in modern Iranian Studies (post 1800). The position is open to all disciplines in the humanities and the social sciences. This is a one-year position with a strong possibility of renewal for a second year. We especially welcome candidates who thrive in an interdisciplinary environment, whose work is informed by comparative and global perspectives, and who have experience teaching and supervising undergraduates.
Are you looking for a 2nd 8 weeks course for this semester? Look no further! The Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures is excited to announce that Professor Asaad Al-Saleh will be offering a course on The Arabian Nights (NELC-N 305/695) during the 2nd 8 weeks of the fall semester. Registration is still open for what will be an exciting course in literature, history, and culture!
The Islamic Studies Program is pleased to announce that it is now accepting applications from IU faculty and graduate students for (a.) Faculty Grant-in-Aid Awards to support faculty travel, research, subventions for scholarly manuscripts, etc.; and (b.) Graduate Student Travel Awards to support graduate student travel to conferences or for field work.
In preparing the manuscript, please use the latest edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA), see
Manuscripts should be:
A maximum of 20 pages (excluding references, charts, notes, etc.) and
submitted electronically via Word-document e-mail attachment.
The Center for the Study of Global Change is pleased to announce the first meeting of our Graduate Student Study Group in Global Studies for the 2016-2017 academic year. The purpose of this group is to provide a platform for IUB graduate students whose research is concerned with global phenomena and who seek a collaborative and interdisciplinary working group that supports their global research and scholarship.
The Religious Studies Program and College of Liberal Arts at the University of Minnesota invite applications for two tenure-track positions in Islamic Studies: one in Qur'an and one in Muslim/Islam in America.
For details about both positions, please visit: http://cla.umn.edu/religious-studies/about/employment
IU CIBER is looking to hire 1 or 2 graduate students to write a piece on our October 3rd conference Business and Peace: Roles in Peace-Making, Peace-Building and Peace Keeping, and I would appreciate it if you could share this with your graduate students. This will be a great opportunity for them to get some non-academic writing experience, and their briefs will be shared with the CIBER, IIB, and Business Fights Poverty networks!