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WEEKLY ANNOUCEMENT for 12-2 thru 12-9: STUDENTS INTERESTED IN STUDY ABROAD

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Hello everyone--

Below you will find the latest posting to the SISA-L Listserv (Students Interested in Study Abroad) for Dec 2 thru Dec 9, 2008.

In each listserv message there is information for students who are currently abroad, those who are thinking of going abroad, and those who have returned. We will also direct you to some of the many internationally-themed events that happen each week on campus.

Our website, http://www.uga.edu/oie/studyabroad.htm is a great place to find even more information!
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IN THIS WEEK’S MESSAGE:

1. DON’T FORGET TO CHECK OUT THE WINNERS OF THIS YEAR’S INTERNATIONAL PHOTO CONTEST ONLINE…
2. ASIAN BBQ: DECEMBER 3.
3. PARTICIPATE IN THE INTERNATIONAL GRADUATION CEREMONY! DEADLINE TO REGISTER: DEC 5.
4. CAMPUS COFFEE HOUR, HOSTED BY INTERNATIONAL STUDENT LIFE
5. EMPLOYMENT WORKSHOP ON DECEMBER 5TH.
6. LECTURE: THE AGE OF INEQUALITY- FARM CRISIS, FOOD CRISIS AND THE MEDIA—FOCUS ON INDIA. DEC 5
7. ANNUAL TASTE OF DIVERSITY CULTURE SHOW. DEC 5.
8. PRE-KWANZAA CELEBRATION. DEC 6.
9. IRISH FIDDLE PERFORMANCE. DEC 7.
10.UGA’S PARTY-TOY DRIVE & MULTICULTURAL HOLIDAY. SUNDAY, DEC 7
11. 10-DAY YOUNG CULTURAL AMBASSADOR PROGRAM 2009-SEEKING STUDENTS INTERESTED IN BEING NOMINATED: DEADLINE DEC 20, 2008.
12. SAVE MONEY FOR CAPA’S SUMMER & FALL 2009 LONDON & FLORENCE PROGRAMS- ENROLL BY 12/31/08
13. CAMP COUNSELOR RUSSION PROGRAM—FEATURING YOUTUBE VIDEO!
14. OPTIONS ABROAD SESSIONS
15. FACEBOOK GROUP FOR STUDENTS WHO NEED TO MAKE ATHENS HOUSING ARRANGEMENTS THAT WILL FIT WITH THEIR STUDY ABROAD PLANS.
16. JOB OPPORTUNITIES: DIVISION OF ACADEMIC ENHANCEMENT TUTORIAL PROGRAM IS HIRING NEW PEER TUTORS.
17. SURVEY: FOR THOSE WHO HAVE RECENTLY VISITED THE OFFICE OF STUDY ABROAD
18. TEACH ENGLISH FOR DISNEY: WORK WITH BENEFITS BEGINNING FEB 2009
19. SCHOLARSHIP SECTION: UPCOMING DEADLINES FOR SELECT STUDY ABROAD SCHOLARSHIPS CAN BE FOUND LISTED HERE. (VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT HTTP://WWW.UGA.EDU/OIE/SA_SCHOLARSHIP.HTM FOR A MORE COMPLETE LISTING OF ADDITIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS THAT ARE AVAILABLE (INCLUDING HOPE, DEPARTMENTAL AWARDS, COUNTRY-SPECIFIC AWARDS, ETC.)
-- DAAD: ASSORTED FELLOWSHIPS & SCHOLARSHIPS WITH DUE DATES BEGINNING NOV. 1.
-- SCHOOL OF PUBLIC AND INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS STUDY ABROAD SCHOLARSHIP 2008-2009 DUE 12/5
-- UGA OFFERS A SCHOLARSHIP FOR STUDENTS PARTICIPATING IN STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMS SPONSORED BY ONE OF OUR AFFILIATES: AIFS, API, IFSA-BUTLER AND ISA: DUE DEC 5
-- NSEP DAVID L. BOREN SCHOLARSHIPS FOR UNDERGRADUATES & FELLOWSHIPS FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS: DUE 1/11 & 1/29
-- GRADUATE STUDENTS: SCHOLARSHIPS FOR STUDY IN **GERMANY* *2009-2010* DUE 1/21
-- MONBUKAGAKUSHO (MEXT) SCHOLARSHIP-OFFERED BY THE JAPANESE GOVERNMENT MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, CULTURE, SPORTS, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE IN JAN, 2009.

20. UNSUBSCRIBE



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1. DON’T FORGET TO CHECK OUT THE WINNERS OF THIS YEAR’S INTERNATIONAL PHOTO CONTEST ONLINE…

379 photos were submitted in this year’s photo contest. This year’s winners were announced at Campus Coffee Hour last Friday, November 14th in Memorial Hall Ballroom. Special thanks to ASHA for Education and the Office of International Education for co-sponsoring Coffee Hour—delicious food, fabulous music and people in celebration of Children’s Day in India!

Visit our website where you can view all of this year’s winners:http://www.uga.edu/oie/pc_contest.htm

This year’s photo contest winners are:

- People & Culture:
1st: Meeting with His Holiness, the Dalai Lama of Tibet
Photographed by: Kimberleigh Stan
2nd: Retreat Photographed by: Whitney Snell
3rd: Friends, Photographed by: Joey Kaufman

- Landscape:
1st: Window to Aoraki, Photographed by: Jackson Audley
2nd: From the Rooftop of Africa, Photographed by: Analise Peters
3rd: Chiang Mai, Photographed by: Olga Herndon

-New Perspective:
1st: Indoor Market, Chichicastenango, Photographed by: Daniel Jordan
2nd: Taking Flight, China, Photographed by: Emily Brown
3rd: The Other Side of the Tracks, Photographed by: Caitlin Cornwell

- Honorable Mentions:
• Ashley Bartlett, Studio Reflection (New Perspective)
• Daniel Jordan, Night Landscape, Lake Atitlan (Landscape)
• Xiaofeng Li, To Dear Mr. Bacon, People & Culture

- People’s Choice Awards (voted on by the attendees at 11/14 Coffee Hour):

Enchantress of Nature, Photographed by: Alexane Kha Do

MANY THANKS to our donors:

Cali-N-Tito’s
Harry Bissett’s
Pauley’s Original Crepe Bar
Speak Easy
Fox’s Pizza Den
Doc Chey’s

And of course, A HUGE THANKS to our three volunteer judges from the greater UGA and Athens Community who donated hours of their time to select the winners—no easy task and we all appreciate their commitment and passion for photography:

Monira Al-Haroun Silk
Rinne Allen
Marie Gayeski

Questions? Contact Lila Grisar at [log in to unmask]

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2. ASIAN BBQ: DECEMBER 3.

Sponsored by Delta Phi Lambda Sorority
Incorporated. Offering Asian BBQ and teaching traditional Asian games as
part of a week-long celebration of the Asian-interest sorority's
ten-year anniversary. 4:00 P.M. - 7:00 P.M. Reed Quad. Contact:
[log in to unmask]

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3. PARTICIPATE IN THE INTERNATIONAL GRADUATION CEREMONY! DEADLINE TO REGISTER: DEC 5.

The International Student Life Office invites International Students, and U.S. students to participate in the International Graduation Ceremony. ISL will host the International Graduation Ceremony on Thursday, December 18 at 3:00 P.M. The ceremony is free, however you do have to register to attend. The Deadline to register is December 5, 2008. You may purchase a (optional) sash representing your country. A reception will follow immediately after the ceremony. To participate contact Jackie Minus at [log in to unmask], 542-5867.

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4. CAMPUS COFFEE HOUR, HOSTED BY INTERNATIONAL STUDENT LIFE
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5TH

11:30-1:30pm
Memorial Hall, Ballroom
Hosted by International Student Life

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5. EMPLOYMENT WORKSHOP ON DECEMBER 5TH.
The Office of International Education has one more Employment
Workshop this semester! If you want to learn more about OPT (Optional Practical Training) or CPT (Curricular Practical Training), sign up for either workshop by calling 706-425-3154 or by visiting our office. The final workshop is on Friday, December 5 at 3:30 PM.

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6. LECTURE: THE AGE OF INEQUALITY- FARM CRISIS, FOOD CRISIS AND THE MEDIA—FOCUS ON INDIA. DEC 5.

Sponsored by the Department of Geography, CAES, Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering. P. Sainath, known for his dedication to recording the farm crisis and effects of drought on rural families in India, gives the talk. Currently a visiting scholar at UC Berkeley, Sainath is the featured guest at the Geography Colloquium Series. 3:30 p.m. 200C Geography Building. Contact: [log in to unmask]

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7. ANNUAL TASTE OF DIVERSITY CULTURE SHOW. DEC 5.

Sponsorred by Delta Phi Lambda Sorority Incorporated. Portrayals of traditions and customs of the Asian community, including dishes from different cultures, an cultural performances by Asian student organizations, raffles, activities and giveaways, a Mr. Diversity contest, as well a display of traditional cultural wear throughout the show. The show is to raise funds for the foundation 'Better Bones, Better Body', which helps raise awareness for osteoporosis prevention and research. 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Memorial Hall Ballroom. Contact: [log in to unmask]

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8. PRE-KWANZAA CELEBRATION. DEC 6.

Sponsored by the African American Cultural Center. Food, and performances by the Hill Chapel Combined Choir, African American Cultural Center Student Organizations and Voices of a New Day Choir. Featured guest performance by the Georgia Sea Island Singers. No charge, but a ticket is required. 3:00 p.m. Hill Chapel Baptist Church. Contact: 706-542-8468, [log in to unmask]

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9. IRISH FIDDLE PERFORMANCE. DEC 7.

Fiddler Eileen Ivers performs An Nollaig: An Irish Christmas, a program featuring traditional Irish songs, original tunes, and holiday favorites. Tickets are $21 or $26. 3:00 p.m. Hodgson Concert Hall. Contact: 706-542-4400, www.uga.edu/pac

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10. UGA’S PARTY-TOY DRIVE & MULTICULTURAL HOLIDAY. SUNDAY, DEC 7, 2-5 PM.

Uga’s Party, a toy drive and multicultural holiday party for indigent
children of the Athens community and their parents and guardians, will be held in Memorial Hall on Sunday, Dec. 7, from 2:00-5:00 p.m. Now in its second year, Uga’s Party is a social action program of UGA Hillel: the Foundation for Jewish Campus Life. We are in need of toys for presents for the children, of student volunteers, and of donations to defray expenses. Anyone interested may contact Rabbi Justin S. Kerber at (706) 543-6393 or [log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]>.

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11. 10-DAY YOUNG CULTURAL AMBASSADOR PROGRAM 2009-SEEKING STUDENTS INTERESTED IN BEING NOMINATED: Deadline Dec. 20, 2008

ALL EXPENSES PAID (except for airfare) FOR A TRIP TO THAILAND!
The Office of International agriculture( OIA) , Khon Kaen University has pleasure in announcing a l0 day "Young Cultural Ambassador Program". This program aims to promote international exchange and mutual understanding between Khon Kaen University and it's international associate universities.

The program will include an interesting mix of language learning, cultural courses and visits to cultural and agricultural sites. The OIA will cover all the in country costs, such as food, tuition fees, accommodation and international travel. But travel expenses to and from Thailand are not covered.

The Young Cultural Ambassador Program will run from 26 January 2009 to 4 February 2009. As places are limited to 20 participants we encourage your institution to nominate a maximum of two students before 20 December 2008. Interested students should contact Vickie McMaken <[log in to unmask]> for more information as Vickie will coordinate UGA’s nominations.

Additional details and answers to your questions can be obtained by contacting Ms. Sansanee Chaisei at this by phone (66) 43203435 or email: mo_mo_2lmo@ hotmail.com.

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12. SAVE MONEY FOR CAPA’S SUMMER & FALL 2009 LONDON & FLORENCE PROGRAMS- Enroll by 12/31/08

CAPA, The Centers for Academic Programs Abroad was founded in 1972. For over 35 years they have been partnering with US institutions of higher education to build quality, affordable customized/faculty led programs. CAPA’s program centers are located in London, Florence, Sydney, Paris, Madrid, and Costa Rica.

CAPA is offering an */early bird special of /**/$300 off/* the CAPA London Program & CAPA Florence Program Summer 2009 and Fall 2009 program fees for early student enrollment by 12/31/08.

Please note the following details:

    * Students must still submit an application with enrollment fee of
      $300.
    * Final invoice will reflect the discount.
    * Students must still pay final invoice on time (by 70 days prior to
      departure). Late payment will cancel the discount and student will
      be responsible for original program fees.

Students can download application materials at http://capa.org/program_apply.html . This is perfect timing for
students to consult with parents over the upcoming winter break and
discuss plans for next summer and fall!

Learn more at www.CAPA.org <http://www.capa.org/

Or e-mail: Suzanne Rommelfanger, Program Development Consultant
[log in to unmask]

CAPA INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION: live.explore.discover.create.LEARN

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13. CAMP COUNSELOR RUSSIA PROGRAM—FEATURING A YOUTUBE VIDEO!

Study Abroad in Russia as a Camp Counselor this Summer

Check out the Camp Counselors Russia program on You Tube!
From a program alum: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gW9wtf5qgiU
From the professor: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RdINatPfGxk
Learn more about the 5 week summer study abroad program that utilizes service learning, so you earn your room and board...plus the program fee includes your international airfare. A real value for your dollars. Earn up to 9 upper division or graduate credit hours in Youth Development...and love what you are doing! We promise you don't need to speak Russian... you just need to open your heart and play. All majors welcome.
Learn more www.uga.edu/russiacamps

Contact: Gwynn Powell, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Recreation and Leisure Studies
Program Director, Live and Learn at Summer Camp in Russia, Study Abroad
Department of Counseling and Human Development Services

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14. OPTIONS ABROAD SESSIONS

If you are interested in studying, working, volunteering or interning abroad, we encourage you to attend an Options Abroad Session in the Office of Study Abroad.

In these 50-minute information sessions, we explain the basics of finding a study abroad program, using the resources in our study abroad library, the process of transferring credit from an external study abroad program, financial aid and scholarships for study abroad, health and insurance, basic travel information, information on working, volunteering, or interning abroad, and SISA, the study abroad listserv.

The sessions are held three times a week in 303 Bank of America Building, 110 E. Clayton St., during the fall and spring semesters at the following times:
Monday 3:35-4:25 p.m.
Tuesday 3:30-4:20 p.m.
Thursday 2:00-2:50 p.m.

Please call our office at (706)425-3274 to sign up for a session as there is limited space available.

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15. FACEBOOK GROUP FOR STUDENTS WHO NEED TO MAKE ATHENS HOUSING ARRANGEMENTS THAT WILL FIT WITH THEIR STUDY ABROAD PLANS.

Are you studying abroad next Fall or Spring and need someone to rent your apartment? Are you returning from a study abroad program and need a new place to live?

Join the "Housing Pre and Post Study Abroad" Facebook Group at
http://uga.facebook.com/group.php?gid=10170600903&ref=share

 If you are planning to study abroad or returning soon, the group is designed to help you work with other students to solve off-campus housing issues. Find roommates, lease your apartment, and post your want-ads on the discussion board.

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16. JOB OPPORTUNITIES: Division of Academic Enhancement Tutorial Program is hiring new peer tutors.

Division of Academic Enhancement Tutorial Program is hiring new ACCT, BCMB, BIOL, CHEM, ECON, ESL Conversation, FINA, ITAL, MATH, PHYS, PORT, SPAN, and STAT<!--[endif]--> peer tutors for the Spring Semester 2009. Please let your interested students know that they can find more information on our Web site: http://www.uga.edu/dae/services/tutoring/tutor_application.html and can contact the program with any questions.

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17. SURVEY: FOR THOSE WHO HAVE RECENTLY VISITED THE OFFICE OF STUDY ABROAD

Have you recently visited the Offices of Study Abroad? Met with a Study Abroad Advisor or participated in an Options Abroad Session? If so, please follow this link to complete a survey about your experience in our office.
http://www.uga.edu/oie/sa_eva.html

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18. TEACH ENGLISH FOR DISNEY: WORK WITH BENEFITS BEGINNING FEB 2009

Footprints Recruiting is proud to be the exclusive recruiter for Disney
English.

The magic, the fun, the colors and the success of Walt Disney has come alive in the ESL world at Disney English - Shanghai! If you are looking for a position with top-notch resources and curriculum, and of course a little magic, then working for Disney English is the job for you. Not only will you have the chance to work in the booming metropolis of Shanghai, but you’ll also have the chance to work for a company that knows children like no other.

Disney English offers a curriculum that is engaging and meaningful for children of all ages. Using Disney’s beloved characters you will have access to a curriculum and resources one could only dream about! If this sounds like the job for you, then apply today!

Disney English is looking for energetic, motivated individuals to bring to life English curriculum at the Disney English Language Learning Center in Shanghai, China!

LOCATION: Shanghai, China

CONTRACT DURATION: *2 Years*

START DATE: Feb 15th, 2009

SALARY: $1,500 to $1,714 USD/Month

(10,500 to 12,000 RMB per month)

TYPE OF SCHOOL: Private

AGE OF STUDENTS: 4-12 years old

REQUIREMENTS:

* Native English Speaker

* Bachelor’s Degree or higher (any Degree)

* No Criminal Background

*EFL certification is required unless you have two years professional
experience working in some type of teaching capacity. Candidates with 2
or more years experience teaching English to children are preferred*.

BENEFITS:

* Disney provides EFL training & certification

* Free Mandarin classes

* One-month salary at contract completion

* Health Benefits - 100% of the premium and 50% provided for a legal spouse

HOUSING: Upon arrival accommodation is provided for thirty days after
which time you are assisted to find your own apartment and given to $621
US/month to go towards housing as a stipend.

AIRFARE: Round-Trip Airfare each year provided.

VACATION: Total 16 Days (5 paid vacation days, plus 11 days off for
national holidays)

TEACHING HOURS: 24 hours/week max. 5 teaching days/week

*Apply to teach abroad now online @** *www.footprintsrecruiting.com
<http://www.footprintsrecruiting.com/>

Questions? Call 1-888-677-3166 ext 2001 or 604-677-6556 ext. 2001

Email – [log in to unmask]
<mailto:[log in to unmask]>

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19. SCHOLARSHIP SECTION: UPCOMING DEADLINES FOR SELECT STUDY ABROAD SCHOLARSHIPS CAN BE FOUND LISTED HERE.

You can also visit our website at http://www.uga.edu/oie/sa_scholarship.htm for a more complete listing of additional scholarships that are available (including HOPE, departmental awards, country-specific awards, etc.)

UGA SPONSORED AND UGA PROGRAM SPECIFIC SCHOLARSHIPS CAN BE EXPLORED AT: HTTP://WWW.UGA.EDU/OIE/SA_SCHOLARSHIP_SPECIFIC.HTM

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DAAD Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst…German Academic Exchange Service) (assorted fellowships and scholarships with upcoming due dates beginning Nov. 1, 2008).

The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) is the German national agency for the support of international academic cooperation. We offer programs and funding for students, faculty, researchers and others in higher education, providing financial support to over 55,000 individuals per year. We also represent the German higher education system abroad, promote Germany as an academic and research destination, and help build ties between institutions around the world.

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SCHOOL OF PUBLIC AND INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS STUDY ABROAD SCHOLARSHIP 2008-2009 DUE 12/5

The School of Public and International Affairs is pleased to announce
the availability of the SPIA Study Abroad Scholarship. The primary
purpose of the scholarship is to provide funding to a deserving SPIA
student who would otherwise not be able to accord to participate in a
study abroad program. The maximum amount awarded will be $6,500. Please
see below for further details and eligibility requirements. For more
information, please contact Sarah Baines, Director of Development, at
[log in to unmask]

Deadline to Apply: December 5, 2008

Eligibility:
• An applicant must have completed at least one semester as an
undergraduate student in the School of Public and International Affairs
prior to Fall 2008.

• An applicant must be an undergraduate student in good standing at the time of submission of this application, as well as during any semester he/she is eligible to receive scholarship funds. Academic achievements are a consideration in the selection process.

• 3. Students selected for this award must be enrolled as a full-time student in a degree program in the School of Public and International Affairs during any semester for which they are eligible to receive the scholarship funds.

• Since these scholarships are also need-based, applicants must have filed a FASFA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) form prior to submitting this scholarship application. No exceptions will be made. Students whose financial aid information is complete with the Office of Student Financial Aid by May 1, 2008 will be considered.

Application Components:

• Essay (1-2 pages) discussing what you hope to gain from participation in a study abroad program. Relate the specific importance of study abroad to an individual majoring in political science and/or international affairs and how you expect this experience to impact your life. Include a brief discussion of your past personal and academic achievements and your future goals. Explain why you need this scholarship.

• Two letters of recommendation from UGA faculty members attesting to the applicant’s personal attributes and/or academic qualifications must accompany the application. These letters are confidential and must be enclosed in sealed envelopes containing the signature of the person making the recommendation across the sealed flap.

• Application Form must be completed and signed. Form can be found at:
http://www.uga.edu/spia/home/spia_study_abroad_scholarship.pdf

If eligibility requirements are met and the application components are
completed and turned in by the deadline, then a student is eligible to
be considered for a Spring or Summer 2009 Scholarship.

Return completed application packets to:

SPIA Study Abroad Scholarship Committee
Undergraduate Advising Office, 107 Candler Hall
UGA Campus


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UGA OFFERS A SCHOLARSHIP FOR STUDENTS PARTICIPATING IN STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMS SPONSORED BY ONE OF OUR AFFILIATES: AIFS, API, IFSA-BUTLER AND ISA: DUE DEC 5
Need based scholarships - Ideal candidates should be receiving need-based financial aid.
Additional scholarships also available directly from study abroad program sponsors.
Priority given for semester long programs, and demonstrated financial need.

Deadline:
Spring 2009: Friday, December 5, 2008;
Summer 2009: Friday, April 3, 2009;
Fall 2009: Friday, May 15, 2009;


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NSEP DAVID L. BOREN SCHOLARSHIPS FOR UNDERGRADUATES AND FELLOWSHIPS FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS: DUE 1/11 & 1/29

The Institute of International Education is pleased to announce the
opening of the 2009-10 academic year competition for NSEP David L. Boren
Scholarships for undergraduate students and NSEP David L. Boren
Fellowships for graduate students. Boren Awards provide unique funding
opportunities for U.S. students to add important international and
language components to their educations.

Boren Scholarships provide up to $20,000 for an academic year’s study
abroad. Boren Fellowships provide up to $30,000 for language study and
international research.

Applications and detailed information on the Boren Scholarships and
Fellowships are now available on www.borenawards.org
<http://www.borenawards.org/> – our newly designed website.

The application deadline for the Boren Fellowship is January 29, and the
deadline for the Boren Scholarship is February 11.

If you have any questions or comments please contact the IIE Boren
Scholarships and Fellowships staff at [log in to unmask]
<mailto:[log in to unmask]> or 1-800-618-NSEP.

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Graduate Students: SCHOLARSHIPS FOR STUDY IN **GERMANY* *2009-2010*

Applications due January 21, 2009.

UGA Graduate Students have the opportunity to study at several German
universities. At Erlangen, Bamberg and Rostock, the scholarships (some are work-study) cover most living expenses. German universities charge no tuition. The academic year runs from October to late July.

Students should be in good standing in their departments and possess
sufficient German language skills to undertake course work in German.

For further information, go to
http://www.gsstudies.uga.edu/programs/academic-year-exchange.html#year

Please contact Dr. DiBella if you have further questions. She will also send you an application upon request. The application is due *January 21, 2009*.
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MONBUKAGAKUSHO (MEXT) SCHOLARSHIP-OFFERED BY THE JAPANESE GOVERNMENT MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, CULTURE, SPORTS, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE IN JAN, 2009.
The Japanese Government Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (Monbukagakusho or MEXT) sponsors the Monbukagakusho Scholarship to enable foreign students from 160 countries to study Japanese language and culture at the undergraduate level, to train in methods of teaching Japanese as a foreign language, and to research a broad range of topics at the graduate level in Japanese universities. To date, some 65,000 students from approximately 160 countries and regions around the world have studied in Japan under the Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho) Scholarship program established in 1954. As of May 1, 2005, there were 9,891 foreign students studying in Japan as Japanese government scholarship students.
The instructions that follow are ONLY for U.S. citizens residing in Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, wishing to apply for Consulate recommendation. Email [log in to unmask] or call 404-926-3020 with questions.

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20. UNSUBSCRIBE: YOU CAN REMOVE YOURSELF FROM THIS LISTSERV AT ANY TIME. TO UNSUBSCRIBE FROM SISA-L:
- Visit the Listserv at UGA website at http://listserv.uga.edu/
- Then select: ‘Browse, Subscribe, Post, Search ’
- Type ‘SISA-L’ in the text box and hit ‘go’
- Select ‘Join or Leave the List’
- Type your e-mail in the box and select ‘leave the list’
- You will receive a confirmation automatically.

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Lila Grisar

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