The Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University has opened its annual call for fellowship applications. This opportunity is for colleagues who wish to spend the 2014-2015 academic year in residence in Cambridge, MA as part of Berkman's community of pioneers, and who seek to deeply engage in the collaborative, cross-disciplinary, and cross-sectoral exploration of some of the Internet's most interesting, challenging, and compelling issues. Applications will be accepted through December 8, 2013 at 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time.
- Mobilizing leaders from all sectors...
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Reagan-Fascell Democracy Fellows ProgramNamed in honor of NED’s principal founders, former president Ronald Reagan and the late congressman Dante Fascell, the Reagan-Fascell Democracy Fellows Program is funded by the U.S. Congress to enable democratic practitioners, scholars, and journalists from around the world to deepen their understanding of democracy and enhance their ability to promote democratic change. Reagan-Fascell Democracy Fellows maintain full-time residence at the International Forum for Democratic Studies, NED’s research arm located in Washington, D.C. Dedicated to international exchange, the program offers a collegial environment for fellows...
Apply Now: The World Bank Group Fellowship ProgramSTORY HIGHLIGHTS
- Ph.D. students of African descent, particularly women, are eligible to apply for the new World Bank Group Fellowship Program
- World Bank Group Fellows will spend a minimum of six months getting hands-on experience at World Bank headquarters in Washington D.C.
- Fellows will work on economic policy, technical assistance to countries, and lending for eliminating poverty and increasing shared prosperity
Funding Your Projects!Peace Projects will provide funds for projects up to US$50,000.
Who can Apply?Non-profit organizations and individuals (including but not limited to academicians, activists, artists, community organizers, educators, filmmakers, journalists, scholars, social workers, and students) from all nationalities are eligible to apply.
Which Projects are Eligible?Peace Projects will award projects from a broad range of disciplines, skills...
- “Building the leaders of tomorrow”
- 15-24 months of Rotary-funded graduate study toward a master’s degree at one of our five Rotary Centers (University of Queensland, University of Bradford, Duke University/University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, International Christian...