Prof. Devel.: Introducing ASEEES Commons: Why and How to Use It? (ASEEES)

Date of Webinar: January 19, 2017 2-3PM ET

Webinar on ASEEES Commons

“Introducing ASEEES Commons: Why and How to Use It”? (January 19, 2:00-3:00 pm ET) will teach ASEEES members how to use the Commons to increase the reach of their work; to find resources or potential collaborators; and to share materials. The webinar will focus on creating, editing and searching content. Any member interested in understanding how to make Commons and CORE work for them should attend.
To register: aseees.org/programs/webinars

Scholarship: Funding for Int’l Business & STEM Internships in Russia (American Councils)

Deadline for Applications: February 15, 2017

American Councils is pleased to announce a new scholarship to support U.S. undergraduate and graduate students participating in business, innovation, and STEM internships in Russia.

The Business, Technology, and Innovation Scholarship supports U.S. undergraduate and graduate students who seek to participate in one of two American Councils internship programs in Russia:

Scholarship Awards
Business, Technology, and Innovation Scholarships are awarded on the basis of financial need, academic merit, and program compatibility; awards range from $3,000 to $5,000.

Eligibility
U.S. undergraduate and graduate students in business or STEM fields are eligible to apply for American Councils Business, Technology, and Innovation Scholarships. Applicants must be admitted to either OPIT or BRLI to receive funding. No prior study of Russian is required to participate in OPIT.

Application & Questions
Interested students should submit an online application to either program by February 15th for summer OPIT or BRLI, or by March 15th for fall BRLI. Please direct any questions regarding the application process to the AC Study Abroad Team (phone: 202-833-7522; email:outbound@americancouncils.org).

Funding Opportunity: NEH Summer Institute “What is Gained in Translation: Learning How to Read Translated Texts” (NEH)

Deadline for Applications: March 1, 2017

Title: NEH Summer Institute “What is Gained in Translation: Learning How to Read Translated Texts”
Sponsor: National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)
Amount: $2,700 stipend 

Description: This NEH Summer Institute at Kent State University (June 4–24, 2017) is dedicated to the study of texts in translation as a way to develop cross-cultural literacy and to explore what can be gained by addressing issues of translation in the classroom. For scholars in the Humanities and Social Sciences who work with translated texts, this institute will provide the theoretical models and applications developed through Translation Studies that will enable them to exploit translation as a teachable moment. These strategies are designed to sensitize students and teachers to the worldviews embedded in other languages and to make them aware of the cultural specificity of their own modes of thinking and perception. The overall goal of the institute is to develop systematic approaches to teaching translated texts so that readers can both perceive the worldviews to which those texts give us access while acknowledging the important mediating role of the translators. 

How to Apply: Apply directly to the sponsor by March 1. See the announcement for a complete list of materials to be submitted with the application.

More Info: http://www.kent.edu/neh-institute-translation

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