Thursday, 20 February 2014

Gerda Henkel Stiftung

The Gerda Henkel Stiftung foundation is a nonprofit organization that supports projects in the humanities. It supports research by scholars around the world and awards scholarships especially to up and coming scholars

Review of applications usually occurs in April and November.

In 2012, the organization distributed the following categories of grants: <11% Legal History, History of Science, Prehistory and Early History, Islamic Studies, miscellaneous, and Archaeology; 13% Art History; 16.9% Interdisciplinary Projects; and 40+% History.

Current grant programs include:

    Fellowships with various universities in the U.S., the U.K., France, and Germany.
    Program M4Human for Experienced Researchers in Historical Humanities and Islamic Studies
    PhD Scholarships
    Research Grants
    Special Program in Security, Society, and the State
    Special Program in Islam, the Modern Nation State and Transnational Movements
    Special Program in Central Asia

Gerda Henkel Stiftung
Malkastenstrabe 15
40211 Dusseldorf, Germany

Sunday, 16 February 2014

Wells Mountain Foundation ‘Empowerment through Education Scholarship’ 2014

Deadline: 1 April 2014

Wells Mountain Foundation (WMF) is inviting applications from post-secondary school students in developing or under-developed countries for ‘Empowerment through Education Scholarship’ 2014. The major aim of the scholarship scheme is to support students in extreme poverty with tuition fee, books and supplies, and related expenses to carry out their post-secondary level (college, university, polytechnic, trade school) education.

The scholarship is for the full period of study in a condition that the recipient maintain good grades, perform community service and provide copies of all semester reports and school grades as they are received.

Students pursuing education in health care, social work, education, social justice, as well as, professions that help the economy and progress of the country such as computers, engineering, agriculture and business are highly encouraged to apply. WMF Scholarship ranges from $300 to $3,000 covering tuition and fees, books and materials, and room rent.

Eligibility Criteria –

    Student must be from developing nation with financial need to complete studies and must study in developing nation with the scholarship.
    The student must have completed secondary education with good to excellent grades, and must plan to live and work in their own country after they graduate.
    The applicant must have volunteered or be willing to volunteer during the scholarship phase.
    Applicants who apply before receiving official acceptance letter for admission to the school will be eligible for the scholarship only after s/he is accepted.

Complete application includes – a clear personal photo, two letters of recommendation, a personal statement, completed essay questions, official transcripts of grades from secondary schools, an official key from the school to interpret those grades, and results from national exam. Application must be submitted through online application system.
For more information, please visit Supporting Education, Literacy, and the Arts page.

Saturday, 15 February 2014

Sussex Scholarship for Nigerian and Pakistani Students

Deadline: 1 August 2014

University of Sussex is inviting fee paying students from Nigeria and Pakistan in Masters Course in the University to apply for ‘Sussex Nigeria Scholarship’ 2014. The scholarship is worth £3,000 fee reduction support to the students.

Students who are successfully admitted to an eligible Masters course in the University will be offered a chance to apply for the scholarship automatically.

Eligibility Criteria –

    Applicants must be self-financing student from Nigeria and Pakistan and have accepted an offer of a full-time place on a Masters course at the University of Sussex commencing in September 2014.
    Students whose tuition fees are funded by an external funding body are not eligible.
    Students who have been offered any other Sussex scholarship are not eligible.
    Students applying for or enrolled in the following courses are not eligible – postgraduate diplomas, graduate entry LLB, common professional examination/graduate diploma Law, graduate diploma in Economics, Masters degree in Social Work, Social Work post qualifying masters degree, PGCE courses and schools direct teaching courses, MSc Automotive Engineering, master of education (two years part-time), MA degrees in IDS, Pre-Masters degrees and diplomas taught at partner colleges validated by Sussex. MA degrees in IDS that are eligible to apply are – MA Gender and Development, and MA in Climate Change and Development.

Friday, 14 February 2014

Education for Sustainable Energy Development Scholarships for Master’s Level

Deadline: 7 March 2014

Global Sustainable Electricity Partnership is accepting applications from Masters level students for ‘Education for Sustainable Energy Development (ESED) scholarship’ 2014. ESED scholarship aims to support outstanding students pursuing advanced studies in sustainable energy development and to encourage meaningful contributions to the collective body of knowledge about this subject.

The scholarships amount US$ 23,000 per year for up to two years are offered under ESED Scholarships to each of up to 10 students in Master’s level.

Eligibility Criteria –

    Applicants must plan to undertake studies at the Masters level in areas directly related to sustainable energy development.
    Applicants must be citizens of the developing countries and territories identified for OECD official development aid in the DAC List of ODA Recipients.

Complete application includes – passport or birth certificate, curriculum Vitae, copies of transcripts, admission or deferral Letter, program outline, academic reference, and personal reference.

Application must be submitted via online scholarship application system.
For more information, please visit Global Electricity Scholarship Program page.

Thursday, 13 February 2014

Canon Collins Masters Scholarship for students from Southern Africa to Study in UK

Deadline: 10 March 2014

Canon Collins Trust is inviting scholarship application from the students from Southern Africa to study Masters level in five selected Universities in the United Kingdom. The scholarship is provided in all fields, but the following fields of study are prioritized – conservation, biodiversity and related fields; law and human rights; leadership in health; and leadership in education.

5 Selected Universities -

    School of Oriental and African Studies
    University of Sussex
    University of Oxford & St. Antony’s College
    University of Sheffield
    Queen Mary, University of London

Eligibility Criteria –

    Applicant must be a national of, or have refugee status, in one of the following countries – Angola, Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia, Zimbabwe.
    Applicant must be the resident in southern Africa.
    Applicant must be in possession of a good first degree (minimum second class, upper division or equivalent) or about to graduate in the year of application.
    Applicant must be applying for a full-time one-year taught master’s course at one of the five universities.
    Applicant must have at least 2 years work experience in a relevant field.

Complete application includes certified copy of undergraduate degree certificate; certified academic transcripts; two reference letters; ID document; and proof of refugee status.
For more information, please visit Canon Collins Scholarship for Masters Study in the UK page.

Wednesday, 12 February 2014

Taiwan International Cooperation and Development Fund Scholarship program

Deadline: 1 April 2014

The World of Children® Award is accepting applications for the its grant award programs which provide  funding and recognition to support life-changing work for children by discovering and elevating only the most effective changemakers for children worldwide.

There are three types of awards under this opportunity:

Humanitarian Award Minimum Grant of $50,000

The Humanitarian Award recognizes an individual who has made a significant contribution to children in the areas of social services, education or humanitarian services. Nominee must have created, managed or otherwise supported a sustainable program which has significantly contributed to children’s opportunities to BE SAFE, TO LEARN and TO GROW.

Health Award Minimum Grant of $50,000

The Health Award recognizes an individual who has made a significant contribution to children in the fields of health, medicine or the sciences.

Youth Award Minimum Grant of $25,000

The Award recognizes youth that are making extraordinary contributions to the lives of other children.

General Requirements:

    Nominees must have full knowledge that they are being nominated. It is strongly recommend that the person you are nominating and the related organization assist you in completing the nomination form.
    Nominees must be available to participate in the Annual Award Ceremonies held in New York City, USA on November 6, 2014. Travel and accommodations will be arranged and paid for by World of Children Award.
    Nominees must be nominated for one Award only. Individuals submitted for multiple categories will be disqualified.
    Nominee must have an existing non-profit organization in good standing. The organization must be able to receive grant funds if Awarded.
    World of Children Award excludes any work designed to specifically advance any one religion or political position. The Board of Governors of the World of Children Award reserves the right to exclude nominations it deems to be religious or political in nature.
For more information, visit this link.

Tuesday, 11 February 2014

Fullbright ‘National Geographic Digital Storytelling Fellowship’ for U.S. Citizens

Deadline: 28 February 2014

Fullbright US Student Program is inviting U.S. citizens for ‘National Geographic Digital Storytelling Fellowship’ that offers fellows one academic year of travel and digital story telling in up to three countries on a globally significant social or environmental topic. The fellowship program intends to undertake an in-depth examination of a globally relevant issue, comparing and contrasting how that issue is experienced across borders.

Themes for academic year 2014-15 are – biodiversity, cities, climate change, cultures, energy, food, oceans, and water.

The fellows will receive instruction in digital storytelling techniques, including effective blog writing, video production, and photography, by National Geographic staff prior to their departure. Fellows will be paired with one or more National Geographic editors for continued training, editorial direction and mentoring throughout their Fulbright grant period. The fellowship covers travel, stipend, health and other related costs.

Eligibility Criteria –

    Applicant must be a U.S. citizen and must apply for any country to which there is an active Fulbright U.S. Student Program.
    Applicant can be from any field of study but must have completed at least an undergraduate degree by the commencement of the Fulbright award.
    Proposals must provide a detailed project overview within one or multiple approved themes, a description of methods of digital storytelling that will be used, and a detailed timeline that clearly describes activities.

Application must be accompanied with personal statement, foreign language skills, references, affiliation, transcripts, resume and publications, and supplementary materials.
For more information, please visit Fulbright – National Geographic Digital Storytelling Fellowship page.

Monday, 10 February 2014

Harvard University Wheelwright Prize 2014

Deadline: 4 March 2014

Harvard University Graduate School of Design is inviting fellowship applications from early-career architects worldwide for Wheelwright Prize 2014. Major purpose of the prize is to spur innovative research during the early stage of an architect’s professional career.

Winners are expected to spend a minimum of 6 months (cumulative) outside of their countries of residence in order to conduct their proposed research. The winners of Wheelwright Prize will receive cash prize of $100,000 (to support travel and research related costs), invitation to lecture at Harvard GSD, and possibility to publish research in a Harvard GSD publication.

Eligibility Criteria –

    Applicant must have graduated from a professionally accredited architecture degree program in the past 15 years.
    Applicants may not have received the Arthur Wheelwright Traveling Fellowship previously and winners may not hold other fellowships concurrently.
    The Prize is available to individual entrants only; teams or firms will not be considered.
    Proposed research itineraries must not include sites in the United States.
    Applicant must commit that the research and travel will commence within 12 months of receiving the Wheelwright Prize and complete within two years of receiving the prize.
    The Prize is intended for independent study and may not be applied to university tuition.

Applicants are recommended to register by 15 February for application. Complete application includes curriculum vitae, portfolio, or published articles or research papers, written description of proposed research project, travel itinerary, along with three professional references.
For more information, please visit the Wheelwright Prize page.

Sunday, 9 February 2014

United Nations University Fellowship Programs 2014

Deadline: 15 March 2014

United Nations University Institute of Advanced Studies (UNU-IAS) is inviting fellowship applications for PhD and Post-doctoral fellowship 2014. The main objective of the fellowship program is to provide young scholars and policymakers, especially from the developing world, with a multidisciplinary context within which to pursue advanced research and training that are of professional interest to them and of direct relevance to the research agenda of their selected UNU Institute – UNU-IAS Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability) or UNU-CPR (Centre for Policy Research).

Kinds of Fellowships –

    UNU-IAS PhD Fellowship
    UNU-IAS Postdoctoral Fellowship
    JSPS-UNU Postdoctoral Fellowship

Eligibility Criteria –

    Applicants must be at an advanced dissertation writing stage of the PhD with their research proposal accepted by their university to be eligible for UNU-IAS PhD Fellowship.
    Applicants must have gained their PhD degree to be eligible for UNU-IAS Postdoctoral Fellowship.
    Applicants must have gained their PhD degree on or after 2 April 2008 to be eligible for the 2014 JSPS-UNU Postdoctoral Fellowship.
    For JSPS-UNU Postdoctoral Fellowship applicants must be citizens of countries that have diplomatic relations with Japan. Japanese nationals are not eligible.
For more information, please visit UNU 2014 Fellowships page.

Saturday, 8 February 2014

Zoological Society of London ‘EDGE Fellowship’ 2014

Deadline: 31 March 2014

The Zoological Society of London (ZSL) is accepting applications from early-career conservation biologists to become Evolutionarily Distinct & Globally Endangered (EDGE) fellows for the year 2014. The fellowship program is designed to provide structured training to early-career conservation biologists to undertake an applied research or conservation project on a local EDGE species.

The fellows receive a grant of up to £10,000, get an opportunity to attend two regional training courses; undertake online modules in relevant topics; and receive one-to-one support from a scientific advisor based at ZSL or a partner organization.

Eligibility Criteria –

    Applicants must be an early-career conservation biologist or wildlife manager (less than 10 years experience).

    Application from areas where conservation capacity is most needed and where support is most likely to have a large impact- the developing countries are selected for funding.
    Applicants must be a national and resident of the country in which the proposed focal species occurs.
    Applicants must focus their work on a mammal, amphibian or coral EDGE or ED-DD species.
    Projects should fit into the following categories – applied research and conservation planning; and implementation of recommended conservation actions.
    Applicants must be computer literate able to use basic Microsoft package.

Complete application includes – completed application form, curriculum vitae, recent photograph of the applicant, map of project location, copy of risk assessment, proof of the applicant’s SCUBA diving skills (if applicable), evidence of English competency (if applicable).

For more information, please visit Become an EDGE Fellow page.

Friday, 7 February 2014

The Fund for American Studies calling Journalists for ‘Robert Novak Journalism Fellowship’ 2014

Deadline: 11 February 2014

The fund for American Studies is inviting working journalists with less than 10 years of professional experience in print or online journalism who are the citizens of USA for the Robert Novak Journalism Fellowship program 2014. The fellowship proposals should focus on journalism supportive of American culture and a free society.

Robert Novak Fellowship program is an opportunity for the journalists to focus on a writing project on the topic of their own choice for the period of one-year. Fellowship program will offer full time $50,000 fellowships and part-time $25,000 fellowships to the recipients.

Eligibility Criteria –

    Applicants must be working journalist with less than 10 years of professional experience in print or online journalism.
    Applicants must be the citizens of USA.
    Applicants must commit to produce original and publishable work under the project.

Complete application includes – completed application form, fellowship proposal, samples of work, curriculum vitae, budget statement, and three letters of references. The application materials must be mailed and postmarked before deadline. Letters of recommendation must be sent by the references themselves and can be sent via email.
For more information, please visit The Robert Novak Journalism Fellowship Program page.

Thursday, 6 February 2014

WWF Russell E. Train Fellowship Program 2014

Deadline: 28 February 2014

World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is inviting applications from individuals pursuing a master’s or doctoral degree in conservation for ‘Russell E. Train Fellowship’ program 2014. The main aim of the fellowship program is to support doctoral degrees for individuals who will return to their home country to strengthen graduate-level conservation programs and ultimately increase local capacity for conservation education.

The fellowship will be for the period of two (2) years and will provide up to $30,000 each fund per year to conduct studies and field research. Applicants may apply for up to three years of funding.

Eligibility Criteria –

    Applicant must be a citizen and legal permanent resident of an eligible country in Africa, Asia, or Latin America. (please visit overview page for eligible countries)
    Applicants who have received EFN professional development grants (short-term training grants) in the past are also eligible to apply.
    Applicant must be admitted to the academic program for which s/he is applying for fellowship.
    Applicant must have a minimum of two years of work experience in conservation and a clear interest in working in her/his home country or region. S/he must agree and be committed complete a two year work requirement in his/her home country or region upon completion of the fellowship.
    Applicant must be enrolled, admitted, or have applied to an institution of higher education before submitting the application. Classes must begin by January 2015.

Complete application includes completed online application along with two letters of recommendation, academic transcripts, proof of admission, document from the university listing program costs, curriculum vitae/resume, and proof of additional funding sources (if available).

Application must be submitted via online application system.
For more information, please visit WWF Train Fellowship Application page.

Wednesday, 5 February 2014

The London School of Economics and Political Science ‘Paulsen Fellowship Program’ 2014

Deadline: 15 February 2014

The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) is inviting early career Russian historians for Paulsen Fellowship Program 2014. The primary aim of the fellowship program is to enable early-career Russian historians holding positions in regional universities to carry out research in British archives and in the British Library.

Fellowships offered are of two categories – one three-month and three one-month. The fellowship amount covers expenses incorporated to travel to conferences and visit scholars in their fields, along with travel expenses from Russia to London and back, accommodation in London and a subsistence allowance for living expenses and research costs. It also assists the fellows in securing visas to visit Britain to take up the fellowship.

Eligibility Criteria –

    Applicants must be citizens of the Russian Federation who are historians holding candidates’ degrees and are employed as junior faculty at regional universities.
    Basic written and spoken English is required.

Applicants must state whether they wish to be considered for a three-month or a one-month fellowship, or for both. Complete application includes a curriculum vitae in English or Russian, a statement of 2000 words in English, a letter from their department, and a list of publications emailed before deadline.
For more information, please visit Paulsen Fellowship Program page.

Tuesday, 4 February 2014

The Asia Foundation Lankacorps Fellowships 2014

Deadline: 14 February 2014

The Asia Foundation is inviting young leaders of Sri Lanka to apply for Lankacorps fellowships 2014. The major aim of the fellowship program is to foster the involvement and understanding of young members of the expatriate Sri Lankan community who have limited in-depth experience with the country of their heritage.

The fellowship program is an opportunity for young leaders of  Sri Lankan heritage to professionally engage in social, cultural, and economic development activities in Sri Lanka. The Fellows need to live and work for six months in Sri Lanka, in host organizations identified by The Asia Foundation in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors, exploring their roots while giving back to the society.

The fellowship period is of six months beginning from 1 July to 31 December 2014. Fellowship will cover roundtrip international airfare, in-country expenses (including a monthly stipend), and health insurance.

Eligibility Criteria –

    Applicant must be of Sri Lankan heritage with US or Canadian citizenship; at least 21 of age, and not over 30, on the projected start date.
    Applicant must have at least a bachelor’s degree with high academic achievement.
    Applicant must demonstrate leadership skills and civic engagement;
    Applicant must be in excellent physical health.

Complete application includes personal statement, statement of purpose, two letters of recommendation, curriculum vitae/resume, and proof of US or Canadian citizenship. Application must be submitted through online application system.
For more information, please visit The Asia Foundation LankaCorps page.

Monday, 3 February 2014

British Academy and the Royal Society Call for ‘Newton International Fellowships Scheme’ 2014

Deadline: 10 March 2014

British Academy and The Royal Society are inviting applications from early stage post-doctoral researchers for ‘Newton International Fellowships Scheme’ 2014. The major aim of the fellowships program is to build a global pool of research leaders and encourage long-term international collaboration with the UK.

The fellowship offers £24,000 per year to cover subsistence and up to £8,000 per year to cover research expenses, plus a one-off relocation allowance of up to £2,000.

Eligibility Criteria –

    Applicants must be working and be based outside of the UK for at least one year at the deadline.
    Applicants should have no more than 7 years active full time postdoctoral experience at the time of application.
    Applications must clearly explain the career breaks.
    Application must include all relevant information and supporting arguments.
    Application must demonstrate evidence of good planning, financial responsibility and measurable outcomes can be as important as excellent research.

Applications must be submitted online through the Royal Society’s Electronic Grant Application and Processing system. Complete application with all relevant information is must because the applicant can’t submit any other materials at the time of application submission.
For more information, please visit Newton International Fellowships page.

Sunday, 2 February 2014

Foundation Ensemble Program Fund and Small Grants Fund 2014

Deadline: 7 February 2014

Ensemble Foundation is inviting 3-page concept notes for Program Fund and Small Grants Fund from eligible entities. The main purpose of the funding programs are to support projects targeting sustainable local development, through the creation of micro-enterprises/cooperatives with a social approach, protecting the environment, and creating jobs to conduct their functions more smoothly with the foundation’s grant support program.

Program Fund supports the programs on sustainable agriculture and fishing, renewable energies, eco-materials, and biodiversity conservation. A project will be allocated maximum amount of €50,000 per year for 2 to 4 years duration.

Small Grants Fund for threatened animals species conservation projects. A project will be allocated between € 3,000 to € 15,000 funding for 2 years or less.

Eligibility Criteria –

    For Program Fund, Mozambique, Cambodia, Laos, Ecuador, Peru are eligible countries (Coastal areas of Western Africa (Mauritania to Liberia) are also eligible for Biodiversity Conservation proposals). Small Grants fund is open for all countries.
    Project proposals must demonstrate that, when implemented, they bring concrete and lasting improvement to the living conditions of its target population; and are driven by the demand and needs of the local populations, and those of the intervention area.
    The proposal must be written in French or in English.
    The applicant NGO must be at least more than 3 years old and should have a yearly budget of at least € 500,000 to be eligible for Program Fund.
    The applicant NGO must be at least more than 2 years old to be eligible for Small Grants Fund.
For more information, please visit Foundation Ensemble Submit a Proposal page.

BecA-ILRI Hub ‘Africa Biosciences Challenge Fund (ABCF) Research Fellowships’ 2014

Deadline: 28 February 2014

The Biosciences eastern and central Africa – International Livestock Research Institute (BecA-ILRI) Hub is accepting applications for ‘Africa Biosciences Challenge Fund (ABCF) Research Fellowships’ 2014. The major purpose of the fellowship grant is to support scientists and graduate students from African national agricultural research organisations and universities to undertake biosciences research-for-development projects at the BecA-ILRI Hub.

Scientists  and graduate students conducting research in improved control of priority livestock diseases; harnessing genetic diversity; molecular breeding, plant transformation, plant-microbe interactions; tissue culture and virus indexcing; orphan crops; crop pests, pathogens and weed management research; food safety, nutritional analysis, genomics and metagenomics, microbial technology, soil health and other titles are encouraged to apply for the fellowship program.

Fellowship covers Research at the BecA-ILRI Hub, Travel, Medical insurance, Accommodation, and Living Allowance

Eligibility Criteria –

    Applicants must be national (passport holder) of a BecA-ILRI Hub target country – Burundi, Cameroon, Central Africa Republic, Congo Brazzaville, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Kenya, Madagascar, Rwanda, São Tomé and Príncipe, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda.
    Applicants must be researcher at a national agricultural research organization or university in a BecA-ILRI Hub target country.
    Applicants must be currently engaged in research in food and nutritional security or food safety in Africa, or in a research area with relevance to agriculture in Africa
    MSc or PhD in biosciences, agriculture or related subject.
    Applicants must have good working knowledge of written and spoken English.
    Completed online application must be accompanied with a signed letter of approval from the head of the applicant’s institute.
For more information, please visit ABCF Research Fellowship Call page.

Saturday, 1 February 2014

FWO ‘Special PhD Fellowship’ 2014

Deadline: 3 February 2014

Fonds voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek (FWO) is inviting applications from permanently employed professionals with master’s degree for one year long ‘Special PhD Fellowship’ program 2014. The major aim of the fellowship program is to enable persons not employed within scientific research to complete a PhD within one year.

The scholarship amount will be identical to the last net salary of the main activity.

Eligibility Criteria –

    Applicants must be a Belgian nationality or belong to one of the member states of the EU, the EEA or Switzerland.
    Applicants must hold a Master’s degree.
    Applicants must be permanently employed and must not be professionally involved in scientific research.
    Applicant’s employer must be willing to give her/him temporary leave or unpaid leave for 1 year in a condition to return to the same job after the leave ends.
    Applicants must relinquish any secondary activity and associated remuneration.
    Applicants must not have previously received an FWO fellowship (not even in part).
    Clinicians are not eligible to apply.
Application must be accompanied with a motivation letter and recommendation. For more information, please visit  Special PhD Fellowship page.

Public Interest Law Fellowship 2014

Deadline: 10 March 2014

Public Interest Law Global Network (PILnet) is inviting applications from lawyers for eight months of study and practical experience in New York. The Fellowship begins with a semester of study at Columbia University School of Law and a series of professional development trainings. In the spring, the PILnet Fellows will participate in study visits to various cities in the U.S. and Europe, as well as two-month internships at New York-based public interest law organizations.

Eligibility Criteria –

    Candidate must be from Brazil, China, the Middle East and North Africa region (especially Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine, Syria and Tunisia), Nepal, Nigeria, Russia, Taiwan, and Southeast Asia (especially Cambodia, Indonesia, Myanmar (Burma) and Vietnam).
    Candidate must be employed lawyer with minimum two years of working experience with the nominating organization.
    Candidate must have proficiency in English.

The completed application form must be accompanied with Curriculum Vitae or Resume, nominating letter from the organization where the applicant is employed, two recommendation letters, a description of a rule of law project that the applicant would like to work on during the program, a statement of purpose, a copy of the applicant’s law school transcript, a copy of the applicant’s bar membership (if available), and information on the nominating organization/institution before deadline.
For more information, please visit 2014 PILnet Fellowship page.
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