CQL | The Council on Quality and Leadership created the Disability Research Mentorship Program for Black Graduate Students in recognition that academic/research job candidates are judged on their history of publications and presentations, yet, systemic racism impacts who gets funding and research opportunities. For this reason, CQL’s research Mentorship Program aims to provide Black students with opportunities to build up their resumes with research publications.
Tamazgha as a Horizon of Literature and Thought*
The purpose of the Western History Disability Studies and Disabled Scholar Award is to promote the place of disability and all of the ramifications that disability, diversity, equity, accessibility, and inclusion have had in the history of the North American West.
CALL FOR PAPERS – Summer 2022
Language, Literature, and Interdisciplinary Studies (LLIDS), an open-access peer-reviewed academic journal, invites applications for its Remote internship program. Unlike conventional editorial internships, we have designed a rotating internship which introduces our interns to different aspects of publishing an academic journal.
Internship Type: Part-time, remote, non-paid
Duration: 3 months, 15-18 hours per week
Indiana University is accepting applications for admission to its summer 2022 in-person immersion, online, and overseas language programs in Arabic, Chinese, Russian, and 26 other languages.
If you are a mid-level development professional who aspires for leadership positions in governments, NGOs or International Organizations, please consider applying for a 6-month-long Executive Master Program in Development Policies and Practices (DPP) at the Graduate Institute, Geneva. The three academic modules, two of which are conducted in person at convenient times of the year (summer and winter), introduce an intense curriculum worth 30 ECTS credits.