Rodger S. Smith Research Award 2017
Deadline: March 1, 2017.
York University Criminology Review
The Criminological Studies Review Initiative (CSRI) is pleased to announce that our second call for papers is open! The theme this year is social control, regulation & governmentality—as it relates to criminology, crime or criminal justice. This call for papers is open to all undergraduate and graduate students across Canada in all disciplines. If you have, or are currently working on, a paper that you think fits this theme, please go to our online OJS portal for information about how to submit to this journal.
Deadline: April 17, 2017
Taiwan Scholarship & Huaya Enrichment Scholarships
The Taiwan Scholarship Program was established by the Republic of China (Taiwan) --- the Ministry of Education (MOE) and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) to encourage outstanding international students to undertake degree programs in Taiwan. In addition to providing study opportunities for a wide range of disciplines at Taiwan’s universities and colleges, this program also aims to:
The Huayu Enrichment Scholarship Purpose:
Deadline(s): March 31, 2017
Fraser Institute: Calgary Policy Seminar for Students
Do you have an interest in the economy, business, or critical issues of the day? The Fraser Institute is hosting a day of fun-filled discussion and inquiry – free of charge. Listen to high profile business leaders, academics, and leading policy experts give presentations on a variety of topics, ask questions, and then further examine the ideas presented with your peers in lively discussion groups.
Conference Location: University of Calgary
Conference Date: March 11, 2017
Institute for Liberal Studies: Freedom Week
Freedom Week is a five-day intellectual adventure that gives participants a chance to explore the ideas of liberty. By taking part in Freedom Week you will have an opportunity to learn more about classical liberal ideas in areas like economics, philosophy, law, and public policy from a faculty of distinguished professors. The curriculum has been designed to engage students who are new to these ideas, as well as those with a bit more experience.
There is no charge to take part in Freedom Week. Participants are selected through a competitive application process. All participants will have accommodations and meals provided by the Institute for Liberal Studies. In return, you will be expected to attend, and fully participate in, all seminar sessions.
Freedom Week is open to post-secondary students at the undergraduate or graduate level, and to recent graduates (within two years). Due to the high level of interest in Freedom Week, we do not consider applications from previous participants. Foreign nationals are welcome to apply, but we are unable to offer advice or assistance in obtaining a visa.
All applications must be received by March 31.
Conference Location: Simon Fraser University
Conference Date: July 10-15, 2017
Position: STEP Research Assistant | Application Deadline: Friday, May 5, 2017 at 4:00 pm | Position Start Date: June 5, 2017 to August 31, 2017
Job summary: The CAUS Summer Student Research Assistant position will lead at least one and up to two major research projects for CAUS, as directed by the Executive Director and CAUS membership. The position will also aid the Executive Director and CAUS membership in various research, communications, and organizational duties as required.
Send resume and cover letter to: Josh McKeown, Interim Executive Director (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org)
More info: http://caus.net/jobs/