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SISA-L  September 2003

SISA-L September 2003

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Announcements from the OIE

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Lindy Black <[log in to unmask]>

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Lindy Black <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 11 Sep 2003 12:30:33 -0400

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Scholarships

Bridging Scholarship
The Association of Teachers of Japanese (ATJ) Bridging
Scholarship program will award 40 scholarships to American
students participating in study-abroad programs in Japan
that begin in spring 2004.  Undergraduate students majoring
in any field of study and attending any recognized exchange
or independent program in Japan are eligible to apply for
these scholarships. The stipends range from $2,500 to $4,000
depending on the length of the study program. Applicants
must be US citizens or permanent residents. The deadline for
applications for the spring 2004 scholarships is October 3,
2003. Successful applicants will be notified by November 30.
Selection will be based on academic potential and financial
need. Information on the Bridging Scholarships and
downloadable application forms are available at ATJ's Web
site:
<http://www.colorado.edu/ealld/atj/Bridging/scholarships.html
>.

Regents Study Abroad Scholarship
Applications for the spring 2004 cycle of the Regents Study
Abroad Scholarship are now available.  Applicants must be
undergraduate students and may not have more than 48 hours
of travel experience outside the U.S.  Preference is given
for the following: semester or longer programs, programs
that include language training, financial need, academic
merit, under-represented countries and regions, under-
represented fields of study in study abroad.  Deadline for
the spring 2004 cycle is October 31, 2003.  Applications can
be found at <http://www.uga.edu/oie/sagensch.htm>.  Please
direct any questions about the Regents Study Abroad
Scholarship a study abroad advisor in the Office of
International Education at 706.542.7903 or [log in to unmask]

Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship
The Institute of International Education (IIE) is now
accepting applications for the spring 2004 cycle of the
Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship.  The program
provides awards of up to $5,000 for U.S. citizen
undergraduate students at two- and four-year institutions to
pursue country-based study abroad programs of up to one
academic year. To be eligible students must be receiving a
Federal Pell Grant at the time of application and cannot be
studying abroad in a country currently under a U.S.
Department of State Travel Warning or in Cuba. This cycle of
the Gilman International Scholarship is for study abroad
programs that start between January 1 and April 15, 2004 and
would include short-term and winter intersession programs
that begin within the eligible start dates. For more
information, full eligibility criteria, and the online
application please access the Gilman Program website at
<http://www.iie.org/gilman.>. The student online application
deadline for the spring 2004 cycle is October 15, 2003.
Contact the Gilman Program office with any questions or
inquiries at 713.621.6300 ext. 25 or [log in to unmask]

School for Field Studies
The School for Field Studies (SFS) announces two new
resources: The Andreas Family Scholarship Fund and the Low
Interest Loan Program.  Other SFS resources include: the SFS
Scholarship Fund and the Zero Interest Loan Fund.  For more
details and eligibility for any of these resources, please
visit the SFS Web site at <http://www.fieldstudies.org>.
Please contact SFS at 800.989.4418 with any questions.

*********************

Upcoming Program Representative Visits

Educational Programmes Abroad
Terence Foster of EPA (Educational Programmes Abroad) will
be on campus on Tuesday, September 16th. EPA offers
international internship opportunities in London, Edinburgh,
Brussels, Bonn, Cologne, Berlin, Paris, Madrid, Melbourne.
Plan to drop-by room 144 Tate Student Center, between 11am
and 2pm on the 16th! For more information about EPA please
go to <http://www.studyabroad.com/epa/epa.html>.

Charles Sturt University (Australia)
Come stop by room 145 Tate Student Center on Thursday,
September 25th anytime from 12-1:30 pm to learn more about
CSU's Go Outback study abroad program. The Go Outback
program has been designed to provide students with a unique
opportunity to take courses dealing with Australia's natural
and cultural resources.  The three focus areas of this
program are ecotourism, outdoor recreation and national
parks.

*********************

19th Annual UGA Study, Work & Travel Abroad Fair

Mark your calendars for the UGA Study, Work & Travel Abroad
Fair!!! This year's event will be held on Tuesday, October
7th from 10am-3pm in Georgia Hall of the Tate Student
Center. This is an excellent opportunity to pick up
promotional materials and talk with program representatives
from all over the world. We expect over 90 exhibitors at
this year's fair. For a list of registered organizations
attending the fair please go to
<http://www.uga.edu/oie/fair/fairad.htm>.

*********************

Study Abroad Evaluation

The Office of International Education would appreciate all
students returning from study abroad programs to fill out an
evaluation form.  You can find this form on our Web site
<http://www.uga.edu/oie/saeval.htm>.  Thank you.

*********************

AIESEC UGA

AIESEC is hosting an information session Thursday, September
11 at 6:30 pm in Caldwell 304.  AIESEC is the world’s
largest student-run organization whose mission is to promote
cultural understanding and international development through
running an international internship exchange program to its
85 different member countries.   AIESEC UGA is recruiting
students to join our Outgoing and Incoming Exchange teams
and run AIESEC UGA like a business in order to exChange
students and help increase international understanding and
cooperation.  If you are interested in learning more details
and possibly joining the AIESEC UGA team, contact Sylvia at
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*********************

Adult ESL Program

The Catholic Social Services Adult English as a Second
Language Program is still in need of volunteers.  If you are
interested volunteering, please contact Nikki Ashcraft at
548.9421 or [log in to unmask]

******************************************

Cultural Events

A calendar of Japan-related cultural events in the Southeast
can be found at
<http://www.atlanta.us.emb-japan.go.jp/calendar.htm>.

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Lindy Black
Graduate Assistant
Office of International Education
University of Georgia
209 Barrow Hall
Athens, GA 30602-2407 USA
706.542.4071
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