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SISA-L March 2009

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Weekly Announcements for Students Interested in Study Abroad

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Greetings!

Here are this week’s announcements for Students Interested in Study Abroad.

As you read below, you’ll see that opportunities still exist for studying abroad with UGA this summer!!!! Many UGA and external summer programs have extended their deadlines until they are full. For details, check program websites, contact the program director, or consult UGA’s Study Abroad database: www.oie.uga.edu/ProgramSearch

Have a great week and enjoy this rainy start to spring…

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IN THIS WEEK’S ISSUE:

ANNOUNCEMENTS FROM THE OFFICE OF STUDY ABROAD:

1. UGA Study Abroad Representatives in Memorial Hall
2. Office of Study Abroad *** Now on Facebook***
3. Study Abroad Office evaluation—please visit our online form & share your feedback.


4. A SAMPLING OF OPPORTUNITIES TO STUDY ABROAD SUMMER 2009


OTHER OPPORTUNITIES & INTERNATIONAL EVENTS AROUND CAMPUS:

5. Maymester Course with International Focus: Disaster Management in the Middle East.
6. India Fair, ASHA —Tate plaza, April 1.
7. Women’s Voices Lecture series: International Journalists, April 1.
8. Laughrica: Invisible Children and Improv Athens, April 1
9. Spanish Conversation Group, April 1
10. India Conference: Interconnected Future, India & Georgia. April 2-3
11. International Student Life Coffee Hour, April 3. Hosted by AIESEC
12. Colloquium, French and Mexican culture, visual art, and more. April 3
13. U.S. Student Fulbright Program Information Sessions, April 3, 9, and 17.
14. International Street Festival: April 4th
15. Cultural Fusion Event. April 4
16. Film: The Crossing. Sponsored by Liberty in North Korea. April 6.
17. APERO Africana Brown Bag Lecture: African Religions Movements, April 8.
18. "A Dinner to Die For" (Murder Mystery Charity Dinner), April 9th.
19. Tarang: India Night 2009, April 11
20. Photography Exhibition: My India- Personal Reflections and Captured Moments. Ongoing through April 30.
21. Study Abroad Scholarship Section
22. Unsubscribe from SISA-L


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1. UGA STUDY ABROAD REPRESENTATIVES IN MEMORIAL HALL

We are excited to announce that the UGA Study Abroad office will be having satellite hours in Memorial Hall. Stop by to learn about different ways that you can study, work, or volunteer abroad!  Walk-in hours are listed below. They will be located in Memorial Hall, conference room 233 (in the ICA Department suite). Stop by and say hello!

STUDY ABROAD WALK-IN HOURS IN MEMORIAL HALL
Thursdays: 9:00-12:00 pm
Fridays: 1:00-5:00 pm


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2. Office of Study Abroad *** Now on Facebook***
http://facebook.dj/ugastudyabroad


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3. Study Abroad Office evaluation:

**Thank you for visiting the Study Abroad Office- We would enjoy
feedback from you since your recent visit to our office. Please take a moment to fill out our online evaluation at this link:
http://www.uga.edu/oie/sa_eva.html


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4. A Sampling of Opportunities to Study Abroad, Summer 2009:


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UGA Costa Rica offers several summer and fall programs.  Admissions are rolling! Check out www.uga.edu/costarica


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Studies Abroad in the South Pacific has spots available on their trips to Australia, Fiji, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. Deadline: end of March. Programs are open to all students. Credit is available in a wide variety of disciplines. Contact: 706-542-9713, [log in to unmask], www.pacific.uga.edu.

Info Session: learn how to earn UGA credit while traveling in Australia, Fiji, New Zealand or the United Kingdom this summer. March 25th, 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. 268 Miller Learning Center. Contact: 706-542-9713, [log in to unmask]


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Four-week homestay program in Japan this summer is still taking students until spaces are filled. Contact: David Starling https://secure.touchnet.com/C20243_ustores/web/product_detail.jsp?PRODUCTID=0&SINGLESTORE=true
Flyer webpage - http://www.valdosta.edu/cip/documents/japan2.pdf


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Study Abroad through UGA’s College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. From Costa Rica to Cortona to Canada, CAES has 14 study abroad programs covering topics such as business, wine evaluation, insects, horticulture and sustainable development!

- Costs:  All programs range from $1,500 to $3,500 in program fees. (Tuition and airfare not included)

- Scholarships: College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences students may apply for Dean’s Promise International Travel Grant while supplies (funds) last!

- Programs:
•         Armenia: International Business Relations
•         Belgium: International Trade Internship
•         Brazil: Sustainable Natural Resource Management
•         NEW! Canada: The Great Canadian Adventure
•         Costa Rica: Avian Biology Maymester
•         Costa Rica: Insect & Bird Natural History
•         NEW! Costa Rica: International Studies Program
•         Europe:  Semester Exchange in Italy, Austria or Germany
•         Europe: Garden Tour of Italy, France and Holland
•         NEW! Honduras: Spring Semester at Zamorano University
•         Italy: Viticulture and Enology in the Mediterranean Region
•         Mexico: International Agribusiness Marketing and Management
•         New Zealand: Grazing Dairies Internships
•         US Virgin Islands: Agroforestry in the Caribbean
•         Tanzania: International Agribusiness Marketing and Management
For more information, please visit http://www.caes.uga.edu/academics/studyabroad/ or
contact Carolina Robinson : [log in to unmask]


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Ghana Summer Service-Learning is a practicum encompassing observation, hands-on practice and lectures in nutrition/dietetics and health issues in Ghana. The Summer Service-Learning experience will provide students the opportunity to deepen their understanding of the perceptions diverse cultures have about food and nutrition, and their health. Students will also have the experience of observing and working with malnourished children and their mothers at a nutrition rehabilitation clinic.

Program fee: $3,300 provides accommodation, two meals per day, ground transportation, supplies, health insurance, entrance fee to museums, wildlife safari and excursions all in Ghana. Students are responsible for their air-ticket to and from Ghana.
Tuition: Students will register for 6 hour credits. HOPE will pay tuition for those receiving HOPE. Those not receiving HOPE will pay in-state tuition.
Program Duration: June 19 - July 31, 2009. (6 weeks duration)
Director: Dr. Alex Anderson
Email: [log in to unmask]
Weblink: http://www.fcs.uga.edu/ss/sa_ghana.html


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5. Maymester Course with International Focus: Disaster Management in the Middle East.

The  College of Public Health is offering a Maymester course entitled, "Disaster Management in the Middle East", DMAN 7353. For this course, two instructors will be brought in from Israel who have hands-on experience in the management of mass casualties in civilian populations. This is not a clinical but a management course, so it could be of significant benefit to students in different disciplines. The class will be offered in the morning session during the Maymester session.
See attached info sheet, or contact Dr. Cham Dallas if you have any questions [log in to unmask]

Registration for this course began Monday, March 30.


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6. April 1: India fair—Tate Plaza, 10:00-2:00 pm

Sponsored by Asha for Education. A day of Indian cultural activities including henna tattoos, trying on Indian clothes, and sampling Indian food. Part of Asha for Education's India Week. Asha is an organization dedicated to providing education for the underprivileged in India. 9:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Tate Plaza. Contact: [log in to unmask]


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7. Women’s Voices Lecture series: International Journalists. April 1.

Blue Card Event. Wednesday, April 1. 4 p.m. Room 248 of the Miller Learning Center.

The Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication
will welcome two acclaimed journalists on Wednesday, April 1 as part of its annual Women’s Voices Lecture series. Moni Basu, international reporter for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and Teresa Weaver, editor for Habitat for Humanity International and book editor for Atlanta Magazine, will discuss their careers as journalists.

Moni Basu’s 18-year career at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution
includes covering cyclones, conflicts and earthquakes in her native
India and five trips to Iraq as an embedded reporter with the U.S. Army
and Marine Corps.

Also a veteran of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Teresa Weaver spent 18 years with the paper including nine years as book editor. In addition to her full-time work with Habitat for Humanity International, she serves as part-time book editor for Atlanta Magazine.

The program will also feature the announcement of the winner of the
Women’s Voices Essay Contest. The statewide contest for high school
journalists encouraged students to profile a female communicator and
tell how that person transformed their industry.


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8. Laughrica

Invisible Children and Improv Athens
April 1, 2009 @ 7:30
Tate Theater
Free and open to the public
Sponsored by Invisible Children United

Invisible Children is teaming up with Improv Athens to bring UGA our first ever comedy show! Be prepared for an April Fool's night filled with laughter and lots of fun. Admission is free, though donations are strongly encouraged. All proceeds go toward rebuilding schools in the war-torn region of northern Uganda.


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9. Spanish Conversation Group, April 1. Sponsored by Cucuyo Center for Creative Exploration in the Dominican Republic. Practice Spanish conversational skills every Thursday. 6:00 P.M. – 8:00 P.M. 1000 Faces Coffee, 585 Barber Street
Contact: 706-534-8860.


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10. India Conference--“Interconnected Future: India and Georgia”
April 2-3, 2009, at the Georgia Center for Continuing Education, UGA.

Sponsored by International Public Service and Outreach (IPSO)

Participants engage in sessions describing a population of new Georgians who have an economic, social, and cultural impact on our state.

Highlights include sessions on "India and Public Health," "Strategic Dimensions of US-India Engagement," and "Understanding Indian Higher Education and Implications for America."

Registration information is available at
http://www.uga.edu/internationalpso/indiaconference.html.

OR contact IPSO for more information: International Public Service &
Outreach, University of Georgia, 1224 S Lumpkin Street, Cobb House
Athens, Georgia 30602-1656, 706-542-6654 (office)


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11. International Student Life Coffee Hour, April 3 Hosted by AIESEC

Friday, April 3rd
11:30-1:30pm
Memorial Hall Ballroom
Free and Open to Everyone. Enjoy a cultural experience and interact with other members from the UGA community over international cuisine and beverages. 11:30 A.M. - 1:30 P.M. Memorial Hall Ballroom. Contact 706-542-5867, [log in to unmask]


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12. Colloquium, April 3

Sponsored by Latin American and Caribbean Studies Institute. Dr. Nina Hellerstein will combine a discussion of French and Mexican culture, visual art, and our very own material surroundings in a presentation about Franco-Mexican Artist Jean Charlot (1898-1979), his French Connections, and his Mexican-Inspired Murals on the UGA Campus. 3:30 P.M. - 4:40 P.M. Gilbert Hall Room 360.


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13. U.S. STUDENT FULBRIGHT PROGRAM INFORMATION SESSIONS

Are you a student interested in pursuing a Fulbright grant for graduate study, research, or English teaching assistantships abroad?  Come to a Fulbright information session!

The 2010-2011 Fulbright competition officially opens May 1, 2009, and the campus deadline is September 14, 2009.  In April, there will be three information sessions on campus, two for undergraduates and one for graduate students.  Note to juniors - if you want to go abroad on a Fulbright the year after graduation, this is the year to apply.

Undergraduate Students:
Friday, April 3, 3:30 - 5:00 pm, 116 Moore College
or
Thursday, April 9, 3:30 - 5:00 pm, 116 Moore College

Graduate Students:
Friday, April 17, 3:30 - 5:00 pm, 264 Baldwin Hall

For more information, contact the UGA Fulbright Program Adviser: Maria de Rocher, 212 Moore College, 706-542-6908, [log in to unmask]


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14. International Street Festival:April 4th

Saturday, April 4th
12:00-5:00pm
College Avenue (downtown Athens)
Sponsored by International Student Life  FREE!!!!

Stop by the 11th annual International Street Festival this coming Saturday. There will be international performances, cultural displays, prizes, a special children's corner, and more! The festival is free and open to everyone. For more information contact International Student Life at (706)542-5867.


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15. Cultural Fusion Event. April 4

Sponsored by Alpha Sigma Rho. The event features many student organizations with different performances and diverse talents to promote cultural awareness and to raise money for China Care, to help abandoned children in China who are disabled. Performances, prizes, and food. 8:00 P.M. Memorial Hall. Contact: 678-770-2421, [log in to unmask]


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16. Film: The Crossing. Sponsored by Liberty in North Korea. April 6.

Representatives from LiNK show The Crossing, an award-winning film that depicts the hardships faced by the North Korean people. 6:30 P.M. UGA Student Learning Center Room 101. Contact: [log in to unmask] (Room 101) Representatives from LiNK (Liberity in North Korea) show award-winning film that depicts the hardships faced by the North Korean people.


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17. APERO Africana Brown Bag Lecture: African Religions Movements, April 8

Sponsored by African American Studies, African Studies, African American Cultural Center. Dr. Ibigbolade Simon Adergigbe, professor of religion and African studies, will speak on Pentecostal dynamics and African religious movements, specifically ‘Ijo Orunmila,' an indigenous faith of Africa. 12:15 P.M. Memorial Hall Room 407. Contact: [log in to unmask]


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18. "A Dinner to Die For" (Murder Mystery Charity Dinner) April 9th.

…For the Catalyst Foundation
Saturday, April 11th, 2009
6:30 pm-10pm
Memorial Hall, Ballroom
Sponsored by the Vietnamese Student Association
*Tickets will be on sale at the Tate Student Center. Ticket prices are as follows:

$20 at the door (non-student price)
$15 Pre-sale (non-student price)

$18 at the door (UGA student price)
$13 Pre-sale (UGA student price)


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19. Tarang: India Night 2009

Saturday, April 11th
Clark Central High School
5:30-7:00 dinner, 7:00-9:00pm show

The Indian Student Association at University of Georgia  proudly invites you to be a part of an exuberant evening, displaying Indian culture through food, music, and dance.
The event will be Saturday, April 11, 2009 at Mell Auditorium,  Clark Central High School.

Tickets on sale at the Ticket Window at Tate Student Center, UGA.

Ticket prices are:
Students $10 (Dinner and Show) $8 (Show Only)
General Audience: $ 11 (Dinner and Show) $9 (Show Only)
Children over 6: $6

For more information, contact Vijay (706) 255-0982 or [log in to unmask]


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20. Photography Exhibition: My India- Personal Reflections and Captured Moments. Ongoing through April 30.

Sponsored by the Office of International Public Service and Outreach and the Office of Institutional Diversity. My India- Personal Reflections and Captured Moments. Photography by UGA alumnus Eric Berg, and UGA professor and director of the Center for Asian Studies Farley Richmond. Reception for the artists held April 3, at 3:30 P.M. in Hill Atrium. Through Thursday, April 30, 2009. Georgia Center for Continuing Education, Hill Atrium. Contact: 706-542-6654, [log in to unmask]


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21.  Study Abroad Scholarship Section:
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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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Istituto Europeo di Design (IED) grants thirty-three year courses of international scholarships for the academic year 2009-2010 in Rome, Milan, Turin, Barcelona, and Madrid.
The deadline for submitting projects is April 1, 2009.
http://creativediary.net/fashion-and-design-scholarships-rules-2009-2010/
On this occasion, IED international network opened daily showcase www.creativediary.net for young creatives who will compete to win IED scholarship. The competition is open to young international students. IED rewards the creative talents of young people aged between 18 and 26 years with a free tuition for a course of Design, Fashion, Visual Arts and Communication.
“My country” is the theme of this competition and there are four design ideas to be developed, one for each school.

For more information about the competition: Istituto Europeo di Design
www.ied.edu


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STARS (Students Abroad with Regents Support) WORK STIPEND $500.
Deadlines: April 3—for Summer 09 Work Period. STARS is in support of UGA students participating in a UGA or external study abroad or exchange program. Requires employment in the Office of International Education over the course of a semester. The typical semester award is for 50 hours. STARS Work Stipend Funds are provided by the University System of Georgia Board of Regents with matching funds from the UGA Foundation.

STARS Work Stipend application components:
- Essay
- Resume
- List/Contact Info for 3 references
- Financial Aid Award Letter (OASIS Printout)
- STARS Work Commitment Worksheet


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The ATJ Bridging Scholarship program will award 50 scholarships to American students participating in study-abroad programs in Japan that begin in Fall 2009. Due April 6. 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.

Recipients of Bridging Scholarships will receive stipends ranging from $2,500 to $4,000, depending on the length of their study program in Japan. The scholarships are funded by donations from U.S. corporations and foundations to the US-Japan Bridging Foundation.
Since 1999, the Bridging Scholarship program has awarded 875 scholarships to students studying abroad in Japan. Most recently, 17 students received scholarships for the Spring 2009 semester.

Applicants will be notified of the results by May 30. Selection will be based on academic potential and financial need. The scholarships are administered by the Association of Teachers of Japanese.

In addition, Morgan Stanley will award two $7,500 scholarships to undergraduate students who will be studying abroad in Japan during the 2009-2010 academic year and who have an interest in economics and international finance. Applicants must submit an essay on one of several designated public-policy topics together with an application
for the Bridging Scholarship program.

Fall 2009 programs are those beginning between August and October 2009 and continuing for at least three months. (Summer program participants are not eligible for Bridging Scholarships.) Students planning to study abroad in Japan beginning after January 1, 2010, should apply in October 2009 for the Spring 2010 scholarships.

Information on the Bridging and Morgan Stanley scholarships and downloadable application forms are available at ATJ's Web site: http://www.colorado.edu/ealld/atj/Bridging/scholarships.html. Printed
application brochures are also available.

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The Gilman International Scholarship Program offers a competition for awards for undergraduate study abroad and was established by the International Academic Opportunity Act of 2000. This scholarship provides awards of up to $8,000 for U.S. undergraduate students who are receiving federal Pell Grant funding at a 2-year or 4-year college or university to participate in study abroad programs worldwide.
Sponsored by the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, this congressionally funded program is administered by the Institute of International Education through its Southern Regional Center in Houston, TX.
Now accepting applications for study abroad programs beginning in Fall 2009. http://www.iie.org/programs/gilman/index.html
April 7:  Student Deadline for submission of online application.
April 10: Postmark Deadline for official, university undergraduate transcript/s. All applicants must submit three copies of their official transcript from the institution where they are currently enrolled and their most recently attended transfer institution, if applicable.
April 14: Advisor Deadline for submission of online Study Abroad Advisor and Financial Aid Advisor section


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UGA Alumni Association Study Abroad Fellowship Application:
Only for UGA undergraduates attending a semester/full-year UGA-sponsored study abroad or exchange program. 3.0 minimum GPA. Have at least 1 semester remaining at UGA after program. Fall and Spring deadlines each year.

Deadlines: FALL -- April 17, 2009


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UGA Foundation Study Abroad Scholarship Application:
Only for UGA undergraduates attending a semester/full-year UGA-sponsored study abroad or exchange program. 2.5 minimum GPA. Have at least 1 semester remaining at UGA after program. Must commit to 10 hours volunteer service upon return. Fall and Spring deadlines each year.

Deadlines: FALL -- April 17, 2009


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Lila Grisar
Graduate Assistant
Office of Study Abroad
University of Georgia

**Thank you for visiting the Study Abroad Office- We would enjoy
feedback from you since your recent visit to our office.
Please take a moment to fill out our online evaluation at this link:
http://www.uga.edu/oie/sa_eva.html

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