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  Hello Students Interested in Study Abroad,

  This week’s message starts with a reminder: now is
  the time for finalizing summer abroad plans! UGA
  offers dozens of summer programs that range in
  length from 2-6 weeks and more. A sampling of
  UGA’s programs can be found below in this
  announcement. To see ALL that UGA has to offer, be
  sure to visit our online search engine: 

  You can search for a program according to
  destination, academic subject, available credit,
  travel dates of travel, availability of
  scholarships, and many other preferences.


  ***Please note: While many UGA summer programs have
  application deadlines listed, several programs will
  accept interested students past the deadline if
  space is still available.  Contact the program
  directly for more information.


  You can UNSUBSCRIBE yourself from this listserv at
  any time. Instructions for UNSUBSCRIBING are
  included at the bottom of every SISA announcement.

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  Please let us know how we can help you!

  Best for now,

  The Office of Study Abroad



  In this week’s message…

  1.   Attention Fall 2009 Study Abroad
  Participants-Your Feedback Is Needed!

  2.   UGA Costa Rica Mini Fair & Info Sessions 2/10,
  2/11, 2/17, 2/24. Apply by 3/15
  3.   Camp Counselors Russia: Info Sessions 2/10 &
  2/17, Apply by 3/30

  4.   New UGA Program to Southwestern France, Info
  Sessions 2/10 & 2/11; Apply by 2/26

  5.    Study Abroad in Thailand-Application deadline
  extended to 2/15
  6.    Study Abroad this May with UGA on a Caribbean
  Island, Apply by 2/15

  7.    Explore Earth in Argentina – Spring 2010
  Info Session: 2/16; Preferred Application deadline:

  8.   Upcoming Peace Corps potluck 2/19
  9.    UGA A Paris summer program...extended

  10.  International Travel Forum: Hazards and
  Realities, 2/23

  11.  University System of Georgia-European Council
  Summer programs: Apply by 3/5

  12.  Studies Abroad in the South Pacific: Info
  Sessions every Thursday; Apply by 3/15

  13.  Graduate Summer Seminar Abroad in Rome, Apply
  by 3/15
  14.  Walk-in Advising in Memorial Hall: every
  Tuesday & Friday afternoon
  15.   Study Abroad ‘Options Abroad’ Info
  Sessions, offered 3 days a week
  16.  $300 scholarship for all students accepted to
  UGA’s Summer Thai Sustainable Service-Learning

  17.  UGA’s Franklin College Scholarships for Study
  Abroad-Apply by 2/19

  18.  John T. Petters scholarships for Summer/Fall
  2010 study abroad, Due 2/20
  19.  Phi Kappa Phi undergraduate study
  abroad/internship grants, Apply by 2/24
  20.  $500 Cash Prize for Transitions Abroad Student
  Writing Contest, Deadline 3/1

  21.  Dean’s Award for Graduate Student
  International Study-deadline 3/5

  22.  Academic Continuing Education Grant, Sponsored
  by the Spanish Government, Apply by 3/30

  23.   SIT -New Pell Match Scholarship Program:
  Increasing access to international education
  24.  Globalization of Love, 2/10 Set Bold

  25.  International Coffee Hour, 2/12  

  26.  Performance: Shruti—Melodies of India. 2/12

  27.  Film: The Cove. 2/15

  28.   Phi Beta Delta, Honor Society for
  International Scholars-Apply by 3/5

  29.   Unsubscribe yourself from SISA-L








  1. Attention Fall 2009 Study Abroad
  Participants--Your Feedback Is Needed!

  Hello from the Director of Study Abroad at UGA. Just
  a reminder to fall study abroad participants - we
  would love to hear your feedback on your program,
  the good and the bad.  If you went on a UGA
  faculty-led group, you are probably filling out an
  evaluation with the group, but you are welcome to do
  the form below as well.  If you went on an exchange
  or external program, we'd especially love to hear
  from you on this form as it is our primary means of
  learning more about your experience. You have the
  option of indicating whether an anonymous copy of
  your evaluation can be made available for
  prospective study abroad participants who want to
  learn about your program:

  Thanks, and hope you had a great experience abroad!

  Dr. Kasee Clifton Laster
  Director of Study Abroad
  Office of International Education
  Bank of America, third floor
  110 E. Clayton Street
  Athens, Georgia  30602
  Phone:  706-425-3275
  Physical location: corner of Clayton and Lumpkin,
  Web location:



  2.  UGA Costa Rica: Study Abroad Mini-Fair and Info
  Sessions: 2/10, 2/11, 2/17, 2/24. Apply by 3/15


    * UGA Costa Rica Study Abroad Mini-Fair: February
      10th and 11th.  UGA Costa Rica program directors
      and former students will be set up to answer
      questions and tell stories of their time spent
      on the UGA campus in Monteverde. Information
      available on all 16 Costa Rica study abroad
      program options. 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. The fair
      will be set up at the tables across from the
      Miller Learning Center Jittery Joe's. Contact:
      706-425-3318, [log in to unmask],
    * Tropical Ecology (Maymester & Fall 2010): Feb.
      11th -- Ecology Building #117 -- 6:00 pm --
    *  International Studies (Summer 2010) + Latin
      American Lit/Travel Writing (May 2010): Feb.
      17th -- Sanford Hall #313 -- 5:00 pm --,
    * Art & Culture (May 2010): Feb. 24th -- Lamar
      Dodd #S150 -- 5:00 pm --

  All Maymester & Summer applications for UGA Costa
  Rica programs due by March 5th, 2010!




  3. Camp Counselors Russia: Info Sessions 2/10 &
  2/17, Apply by 3/30

  Study Abroad in Russia as a Camp Counselor this
  Summer, June 8 - July 12

  Earn up to 9 upper division or graduate credit hours
  in Youth Development...and love what you are doing! 

  You don't need to speak Russian, you just need to
  open your heart and play.




  4. New UGA Program to Southwestern France, Info
  Sessions 2/10 & 2/11, Apply by 2/26

  Millennial Landscapes of Southwestern France, runs
  from May 15 to June 8, 2010.

  Informational Meetings: 7:00 pm in 264 Baldwin Hall
  either Wednesday February 11 or Thursday February 12
  for a slide show on the place and people, an
  overview of the program, and answers to your
  questions about participating.

  Earn 6 credits in anthropology (undergraduate or
  graduate). The program is suitable for students from
  a wide variety of backgrounds and no prior knowledge
  of anthropology or allied fields is assumed.

  This is an immersion educational experience in
  historical ecology of the feudal ethnic provinces of
  Southwestern France including Bearn, Gascogne,
  Soule, Labour, and Basse Navarre. Thirty percent of
  the course is classroom-based and 70% is
  field-based. Activities include field trips to
  Paleolithic caves, Gallo-Roman sites, and Medieval
  towns with assignments in reading landscaptes,
  recording ancient monumnets, and using archival
  documents. Opportunities exist for developing or
  improving your French language skills, staying in
  the home of a Basque farming family, and
  service-learning. See the course website for




  5. Study Abroad in Thailand – Application deadline
  extended to 2/15

  Study Abroad in Thailand!
  Hope you will join in with us for great
  service-learning experience this summer!
  Kindly apply by 1 Feb 2010.

  Sarah W. Workman,   Public Service Associate,
  University of Georgia
  Thai Sustainable Service-Learning Program Director
  312 Hoke Smith Building
  Athens, GA  30602      Tel:  706.542.9737   FAX:




  6. Study Abroad this May with UGA on a Caribbean
  Island, Apply by 2/15

  Agroforestry in the Caribbean (May 12-26. 2010;
  $1500), St. Croix Island.

  Earn hands-on college credit on a lush tropical
  certified Organic Farm that was voted as a top 10
  educational destination by the National Geographic
  Society for hands-on service vacations. This 14-day
  design intensive provides 3 hours of UGA credit in
  either Anthropology, Ecology, Forestry, or Crop and
  Soil Sciences and is offered to any college student
  worldwide. Applications now being accepted for the
  2010 course. It is one of the best values of any
  study abroad course of its kind, and is the most
  affordable Maymester abroad program. Passports are
  not required for US citizens since it is a US
  territory with a rich culture of its own and flights
  are usually less than $500. Email [log in to unmask] for
  more info on the program or contact [log in to unmask]
  for registration and academic information.





  7. EXPLORE EARTH IN ARGENTINA – Spring 2010 Info
  Sessions: 2/8, 2/16; Preferred deadline: 2/15*

  “For students with a passion for the outdoors”.

  Prepare now for this unique opportunity to study and
  travel along 4,000 miles of Argentina’s most
  beautiful and rarely visited places in the Andes.
  June and July, 2010! Taught mostly in the field,
  open to students in any discipline; no previous
  geology required. SPAN 2001 (Intermediate Spanish)
  offered this summer!

  Spring  Info Sessions- Drop in: Come at your
  convenience, we will be at the Departmental
  Information table,  across from Jittery Joe’s,
  Miller Learning Center.  
  •     M Feb. 8: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  •     T Feb 16: 9:00 AM- 2:00 PM

  Students and friends are welcome. Visit the
  program’s website at:

  *Applications will be accepted past the preferred
  deadline of Feb 15 if slots are still available.



  8. UGA Peace Corps Announcements and Potluck, 2/19

  - If you are a Peace Corps volunteer, please contact
  Lisa at the address below to get involved!

  -Potluck Dinner
  Friday, February 19
  6 p.m.
  Location T.B.A.

  -Please contact Lisa Woodruff (below) if you are an
  RPCV from Morocco.  I have a Morocco nominee who
  would like to talk with you.

  Lisa Woodruff
  Peace Corps Recruiter
  University of Georgia
  110 E. Clayton Street, room 305
  Athens, GA 30602
  (706) 425-2966
  (706) 425-3315 FAX
  Panama 2007-2009



  9. UGA A Paris summer program...extended deadline!


  Paris, summer 2010. This 6-week program offers 6
  credit hours.  Courses are available in Geography,
  International Affairs, Speech Communication, and
  Sociology.  More information and application forms
  can be found at  Interested
  students should contact Dr. Andy Herod, ASAP.


  Andrew Herod
  Professor of Geography, Adjunct Professor of
  International Affairs,  Adjunct Professor of
  Anthropology, and Director, UGA à Paris Study
  Abroad Program
  Department of Geography, University of Georgia
  Athens, GA 30602, USA
  Ph: + 1 706 542 2856 (main)
  + 1 706 542 2366 (direct)




10. International Travel Forum: Hazards and Realities, 2/23


9am to 11am in room 137 of the Tate Center, a forum on travel safety with three speakers:


Jon Watson, FBI Agent with extensive training and unique experiences will provide tremendous insight into international travel safety issues.


William Ricketts, U.S. Air Marshall's Office will present on a wealth of both international and domestic experience.


Dmitry Vacalis, CDC - Dr. Vacalis will discuss medical issues and risks

associated with international travel.


Questions: John Newton, Office of Security&  Emergency Preparedness

University of Georgia, 706-542-2778



  11. University System of Georgia-European Council
  Summer programs: Apply by 3/5


  sponsors large summer study programs for USG
  students in major locations in Europe, including St.
  Petersburg, Bonn, Madrid, Paris, Waterford and
  London. In courses taught largely by faculty from
  USG colleges and universities, students blend
  classroom experiences with group and individual
  travel as they earn academic credit at their home
  institutions. These programs bring together students
  and faculty from across Georgia to share in four or
  five week intensive learning and travel ventures.



  London! Paris! Madrid! Bonn! St. Petersburg!
  Waterford, Ireland!




  12. Studies Abroad in the South Pacific: Info
  Sessions every Thursday; Apply by 3/15

  All Thursday info sessions held at 7 PM in MLC 245
  Maymester & Summer Programs to Australia, New
  Zealand, and Fiji -

  Application Deadline for all programs- March 15,




  13. Graduate Summer Seminar Abroad in Rome, Apply by

  This message is for professional staff and graduate
  students interested in a two-week, 3 Semester hour
  graduate seminar focused on the experience of U.S.
  students who study abroad offered by faculty at
  Loyola University Chicago at Loyola's John Felice
  Rome Center Campus July 4-17, 2010.  The website for
  the summer program is .

  Contact [log in to unmask]



  14.  Walk-in Advising with a Study Abroad
  Representative in Memorial Hall:

  Are you interested in studying, working, or
  volunteering abroad? If so, you can stop by Memorial
  Hall on Tuesdays and Fridays between 1:30-5:00pm to
  meet with a study abroad representatives. No
  appointment is necessary these are walk-in sessions!
  The study abroad representatives will be in Memorial
  Hall, Room 233 (in the ICA Department suite). You
  can also schedule an appointment to meet with a
  study abroad advisor at their main location downtown
  at the Bank of America Building.




  15. Study Abroad ‘Options Abroad’ Info Sessions,
  offered 3 days a week

  In these 50-minute information sessions, a study
  abroad Advisor in the Office of Study Abroad will
  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. Visit our
  website for more information.
  Students must sign up in advance as space is







  16.  $300 scholarship for all students accepted to
  UGA’s Summer Thai Sustainable Service-Learning

  Great news for those interested in this Summer’s
  interdisciplinary Thailand Summer Abroad. A program
  grant was just awarded to the program, allowing a
  reduction in the program fee for all students. The
  current program fee the six weeks is now $2200 per

  For more information: and



  17. UGA’s Franklin College Scholarships for Study
  Abroad-Apply by 2/19   


  Need & Merit based scholarship funds are available
  for applicants who are  non-transient,
  degree-seeking major in Franklin College of Arts and
  Sciences and completed at least one semester as an
  undergraduate or graduate student in the Franklin
  College of Arts and Sciences prior to applying.


  Visit their site for further eligibility and
  application details:



  18.  John T. Petters scholarships for Summer/Fall
  2010 study abroad, Due 2/20


  The John T. Petters Foundation is a private
  foundation that works to advance educational
  experiences by providing scholarships of deserving
  students. The Foundation focuses its scholarships to
  support international business study abroad and
  social entrepreneurship service programs.

  The John T. Petters Foundation honors the short yet
  remarkable life of John Petters. John was a junior
  at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio when he
  tragically lost his life traveling in Florence,
  Italy. John’s dream of helping deserving students
  to study abroad is made possible through the

  Eligibility-Essential Criteria for Applicants: The
  John T. Petters Foundation seeks to increase study
  abroad opportunities for students who might
  otherwise not participate due to financial
  constraints.This scholarship is open to
  undergraduate college students in good academic
  standing who meet the following criteria:

  •     The Applicant must be pursuing a study
  abroad program that has a focus on international

  •     The Applicant should be undergoing the study
  abroad application process which would be eligible
  for credit by the student's home institution

  •     The Applicant must have financial need for
  scholarship funding

  •     The Applicant must be a United States

  Selection Criteria: Our Foundation looks to support
  a diverse range of students who have been
  traditionally underrepresented in study abroad
  including, but not limited to students with:

  •     High financial need

  •     Interest in studying in diverse countries

  •     Interest in study programs that emphasize
  cultural immersion

  •     Diverse ethnic backgrounds

  •     Accomplishments that indicate leadership,
  character, integrity and motivation

  •     Disabilities


  Judging of Applications: The selection criterion for
  the John T. Petters Scholarship reflects its core
  values. All applications are reviewed in their

  •     Financial need (extra attention is shown to
  applicants who demonstrate high need including
  working students, students taking out loans and
  students with low family income)

  •     Personal essay

  •     Passion for education and studying abroad

  •     Academic performance (official transcript

  •     Faculty and advisor recommendations

  •     Study Abroad Program (extra attention is
  shown to programs over three weeks in length and
  programs that focus on cultural immersion)

  Note: Funds will only be granted upon acceptance
  into program

  Timeline: There are 2 different times per year that
  you may apply for the John T. Petters Foundation
  Scholarship. This allows flexibility for students to
  collect various application materials. These times
  are also based on when the applicant wishes to study


  •     January 1: Students may begin to submit

  •     February 10: Applications must be submitted
  using the John T. Petters Foundation web site

  •     March 20: Finalists are chosen

  •     April 10: Recipients are chosen

  •     April/May: Funds are distributed


  •     August 1: Students may begin to turn in

  •     September 30: Applications must be submitted
  using the John T. Petters Foundation web site

  •     October 15: Finalists are chosen

  •     November 5: Recipients are chosen

  •     November/December: Funds are distributed


  For more information:



  19. Phi Kappa Phi  undergraduate study
  abroad/internship grants, Apply by 2/24


  Phi Kappa Phi Study Abroad Grants are designed to
  help support undergraduates as they seek knowledge
  and experience in their academic fields by studying
  abroad. Forty-five $1,000 grants are awarded each

  Phi Kappa Phi sets high standards for its award
  recipients. Selection committees comprised of
  representatives from each of the Society's five
  regions carefully review all applications.
  Applicants are evaluated based on numerous factors,
  including academic recognition and awards, campus
  and community involvement, leadership experiences,
  and quality and scope of proposed program.

  For complete details:



  20.  $500 Cash Prize for Transitions Abroad Student
  Writing Contest, Deadline 3/1


  For all currently enrolled undergraduate and
  graduate students, students who have graduated
  within the past year, and students currently on
  leave from school.


For this year's contest, the winning student submission will be awarded $500 in cash, the second place winner will be awarded $150, and the third place winner $100. In addition, the winners will be featured in the April Webzine dedicated to study abroad and educational travel. All winning pieces will be published on the website.

Runner-up winners will be awarded $50 and will also be published on


The contest deadline is March 1, 2010 with no entry fee.

Winners will be chosen on or about March 15th, 2010.

Winners will be notified by phone, mail, or e-mail by April 1, 2010 for

publication by May 1, 2010 or at such time as all winners have received and cashed payment.


Submissions that have been published at home institutions during the current academic year also qualify.


For more information on the theme and criteria for free entries, please see:




  21. Dean’s Award for Graduate Student
  International Study- deadline 3/5


  Source:  This award is generously funded by the
  Graduate School under the direction of Dean Maureen

  Purpose: To cover a study abroad program’s loss of
  tuition revenue, making it viable for more UGA
  graduate students on assistantship to study abroad.

  Note:  Because UGA graduate assistants do not pay
  tuition for coursework (other than a $25
  matriculation fee) and because UGA study abroad
  programs are often dependent on the tuition revenue
  generated by the credit hours in order to have the
  budget “make,” in the past, UGA study abroad
  programs often simply could not accept students on
  assistantship.  This award provides funds to the
  program in place of tuition, thereby allowing more
  study abroad programs to accept graduate assistants
  and more UGA graduate students to study abroad.  As
  a result, selected students do not receive any funds
  directly, and the award does not apply to non-UGA
  programs.  Recipients must still pay the regular
  program fee just as do other graduate students and
  undergraduates; the program cannot discount or
  reduce the student's program fees as a result of
  this award.

  Amount of award: An amount equal to either 3 or 6
  hours’ tuition, depending on the number of hours
  for which the student will enroll

  How paid: From the Graduate School restricted
  account, to be paid directly to the study abroad
  program, on behalf of an individual student

  Deadline: March 5, 2010 for 2010 Maymester or Summer
  programs (please send all documents to Kasee Clifton
  Laster, Bank of America, third floor).

  Overall guidelines for eligibility:

  Competitive – judged on the basis of academic
  merit and of the appropriateness and rigor of the
  proposed course of study. Selection by a
  subcommittee of the Strategic Planning Committee for
  Study Abroad. To be used on any UGA resident-credit
  program, Maymester or Summer, that offers courses
  for graduate credit. Student must be in good
  academic standing with no incompletes, and making
  satisfactory academic progress in a degree-seeking
  program as documented by the graduate coordinator.
  Student applicant must be on a UGA assistantship,
  and wishing to attend a UGA Maymester or summer
  study abroad program.



      Not open to transient or non-degree  in the
  following professional programs: JD, LLM,Østudents,
  nor to students MBA, MAcc, PharmD, DVM, nor to
  students paying tuition themselves (i.e., not on
  assistantship) . Not to be used on behalf of TA’s
  working for the study abroad program itself. Not
  open to students with current incompletes.

  Requirements from the student:

      A copy of the student’s completed application
  to the study abroad program.  Current transcript
  (OASIS print-outs are acceptable). Statement of
  purpose (one-page maximum): What are your objectives
  in studying abroad and in choosing this course and
  location? Syllabus or detailed plan of study; make
  sure to include the number of credit hours. Upon
  return: statement (one-page maximum) on how the
  program made a difference in the student’s
  graduate education. Upon return: as requested by the
  Graduate School, student will be willing to speak
  publicly to the university community and to selected
  external audiences about their experiences and
  knowledge gained during their international study

  Requirements from the program:

      A letter from the study abroad program director
  indicating that the student will be accepted if
  funded.  Brief description of the study abroad
  program and the place of the graduate course within
  the program; if the student plans to take a 400/600
  course, the director must address the course’s
  specific learning objectives for the graduate
  component and how these differ than those for
  undergraduate students C.V. of the faculty member
  who be providing the instruction if using non-UGA
  faculty; if using UGA faculty, must be have graduate
  faculty status



  22. Academic Continuing Education Grant, Sponsored
  by the Spanish Government, Apply by 3/30


  Aimed at college students and recent graduates
  (undergrad and graduate level). The program sends
  1500 American and Canadian Participants to Spain
  each year to serve as teaching assistants, sharing
  their native knowledge of the English or French
  Language and North American culture in Spanish
  public k-12 schools


  2010-2011 academic year

  12-16 hrs weekly

  Positions available all over Spain

  Orientation course

  Minimum $700 Euros monthly stipend + full medical

  Start Sept 2010-June 2011

  No application fees


  Apply NOW through March 30th



  23. SIT -New Pell Match Scholarship Program:
  Increasing access to international education 


  SIT (the School for International Training) now
  offers a new scholarship for undergraduate Pell
  grant recipients. The Federal Pell Grant Program
  provides need-based grants to low-income
  undergraduate students to promote access to
  postsecondary education.


  Beginning with fall 2010 programs, SIT will
  automatically match a student's Pell award used for
  a semester program with SIT, thereby placing
  high-quality, field-based study abroad programs
  within greater financial reach of a wider range of
  undergraduate students.


  More than 30 SIT programs across the globe are
  eligible for the new Pell match scholarship.

  Today's increasingly complex and interconnected
  world requires leaders with the global perspectives
  and intercultural skills fostered during a
  meaningful study abroad experience. SIT students
  live with host families, learn local languages,
  study critical global issues in distinct geographic
  and cultural settings, and undertake undergraduate
  research or an extended practicum.

  SIT's new Pell match scholarship increases the
  access of high-impact study abroad programs to
  talented undergraduate students who are in a
  position to influence international and
  intercultural relations in the coming decades.

  To learn more about financing a study abroad program
  with SIT, and for a list of other SIT Study Abroad
  scholarships, please visit the financial aid and
  scholarship sections of our Web site:

  SIT Study Abroad, a Program of World Learning
  PO Box 676 Brattleboro, VT 05302
  Phone: 802.258.3492
  Toll Free: 888.272.7881
  [log in to unmask]








24. Globalization of Love, 2/10


Globalization of Love (Blue Card Event)

Sponsored by the Black Affairs Council

6.00 pm - 8.00 pm in the Miller Learning Center


For more information email [log in to unmask]




  25.  International Coffee Hour 2/12

  Friday, February 5, 2010
  11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
  Memorial Hall Ballroom


  Come and meet others and learn about cultures from
  all over the world while sampling international
  cuisine and local coffee. Hosted this week by China
  Outreach Ministries and the Association of Chinese


  Free food!

  For more information, contact 706-542-5867.




  26.  Performance: Shruti—Melodies of India. 2/12


Sponsored by Asha-UGA. A night of Indian culture, music and social issues education. The concert will feature a flute performance by Prasad Bhandarkar (a disciple of Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia), a violin performance and classical Indian dance. Also an exhibition on Indian culture and social issues. $15, $10 students. Tickets available at

Tate Cashier Window. 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Ramsey Hall, Performing Arts Center.


Contact: 706-315-1898,, [log in to unmask]




  27.  Film: The Cove. 2/15


Sponsored by Speak Out for Species. The true story of how an elite team of activists, filmmakers and divers embarked on a covert mission to penetrate a hidden cove in Japan, uncovering the truth about the dolphin capture trade. Part of the 5th annual Animal Voices Film Festival.


7:30 p.m. 102 Miller Learning Center. Contact:, [log in to unmask]



  28.   Phi Beta Delta, Honor Society for
  International Scholars-Apply by 3/5

  Phi Beta Delta, Honor Society for International
  Scholars Tau Chapter will be re-instating the
  organization, and is seeking nominations of
  qualified students, faculty and staff to be inducted
  into the Society.  The purpose of the society is to
  recognize outstanding achievement, scholarship and
  service in the field of international education.
   University of Georgia students, faculty and staff
  can be nominated for membership.  The membership
  criteria for American and International Students
  require that graduate students have a GPA of 3.5 and
  upper division undergraduate students have a GPA of
  3.1.  Students must also have had significant
  involvement in international activities.

  Individuals who are interested in being nominated
  for membership can email [log in to unmask]
  for instructions and forms or visit the Office of
  International Education. Student nominations must
  include a recommendation letter from a faculty
  member who knows the student. Deadline for
  applications is Friday March 5, 2010.  The
  nominations committee will review all nominations
  and invitations to join will be extended to those

  If you need additional information on Phi Beta Delta
  please contact Olivia T. Davis in the Office of
  International Education, (706) 425.3154 or e-mail
  [log in to unmask]



  29.  UNSUBSCRIBE yourself from SISA-L:

  - Visit the Listserv website at

  - Select the option: “Join or leave the list (or
  change settings)”

  - Type your name, the e-mail address you signed up
  with, and select “Leave the List” (if you have
  your e-mails forwarded, you must use the e-mail
  address you signed up with, not the final
  destination e-mail address).

  - You will receive confirmation details