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To become a SHOT International Scholar, you must reside and work in underrepresented countries at the time of selection. Graduate students, post-docs, and visiting scholars who are living and working in the United States or Western Europe are not eligible to become International Scholars; however, they are eligible to apply once they return to their home countries. Of these potential candidates, anyone at any rank, from graduate student up through senior scholar, is eligible to become an International Scholar.Individuals may be nominated as International Scholars by any member of the Society, and we also encourage self-nomination. To nominate yourself or someone else as an International Scholar, please send a letter and a brief curriculum vitae to EACH member of the International Outreach Committee and to SHOT secretary Bernie Carlson email@example.com. Letters must include:
Each year in March a call will be send out to recruit new International Scholars. The deadline for nominations is set towards the end of April. In consultation with the President and Secretary, and in accordance with criteria established by the Executive Committee, SHOT’s International Outreach Committee shall be responsible for the selection of the International Scholars, with the selection to be approved by SHOT’s Executive Council. New candidates will be selected beginning of June.Benefits and SupportInternational Scholars shall receive regular SHOT membership at no cost during their two-year term. At each annual meeting, SHOT will host a special gathering to welcome current International Scholars, introduce them to SHOT officers, and discuss with them SHOT’s international outreach and the international intellectual dimensions of our field.International Scholars will participate in an email discussion list of all current International Scholars and the International Outreach Committee. Through the list International Scholars can seek support in writing paper abstracts for SHOT's annual meeting and other activities in their task as ambassadors for the Society.ConditionsAs a condition of appointment, SHOT requires International Scholars to submit at least one paper proposal for SHOT's annual meeting during their two-year term. While paper proposals from International Scholars will not automatically be accepted for the annual meeting, SHOT encourages the program committee to give these proposals special consideration.SHOT also requires International Scholars to submit a travel grant application for each of the two SHOT annual meetings during the two years of their appointment. International Scholars receive highest priority for SHOT funding. Travel grant funds will help pay for travel expenses for International Scholars to attend the annual meeting and for basic conference registration, although not for lodging. For more information, please check the SHOT Travel Grant information page, available by link from either the SHOT annual meeting web page or the SHOT awards web page.To inform the SHOT community about the state and developments of the history of technology in their regions, progress in disseminating information about the Society and stimulating scholarly activities in the history of technology, International Scholars commit themselves to at least one publication in the SHOT Newsletter or on the SHOT web site.The deadline for nominations has been extended to 30 May.2012 International Outreach Committee
Michael Adas (2011-2013)
New Brunswick, NJ
Francesa Bray (2012-2014)
University of California, Santa Barbara
Dagmara Jajesniak-Quast (2010-2012)
Antonio Pérez Yuste
Technical University of Madrid, Spain
Jahnavi Phalkey, Chair
Centre for the History of Science, Technology and Medicine
Imperial College London, UK
Hong Hong Tin
firstname.lastname@example.orgFor more information, please contact the committee chair or Bernie Carlson, SHOT Secretary, 434.987.6230, email@example.com.
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Bourses du gouvernement français - Appel à candidatures 2012-2013 ( French Government Scholarships for Cambodian Students, Government Officials and Researchers/Scholars)
L’Ambassade de France au Cambodge a le plaisir d’annoncer le lancement de sa nouvelle campagne de bourses du gouvernement français pour l’année universitaire 2012-2013.
In recognition of the significant contribution made to the University of Melbourne by international students, and the University’s commitment to equity and diversity, the University is proud to award undergraduate scholarships to international students commencing study in an undergraduate degree.
These scholarships are open to all international students who accept an offer of a place in an undergraduate degree at the University.
In 2011 scholarships were awarded to students from over 15 countries such as Mexico, Singapore, Bangladesh, China, Mauritius, Sweden, Malaysia, USA and India.
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In line with the Cha-am Hua Hin Declaration on Strengthening Cooperation on Education to Achieve an ASEAN Caring and Sharing Community, the ASEAN Business Advisory Council (ASEAN-BAC) is looking into encouraging regional cooperation by providing scholarships in selected ASEAN universities for students wishing to study programs relating to business and technology. The ASEAN-BAC Scholarship program aims to foster "ASEAN youths with ASEAN hearts'', and is a way for the private sector of ASEAN to continually contribute towards the enhancement of "People-to-People Connectivity' (P2P).
This initiative has received the fall support of ASEAN Leaders when it was presented as one of the key recommendations provided by ASEAN-BAC during its annual dialogue session with the ASEAN Leaders held on the sidelined of the 19th ASEAN Leaders Summit in Bali, Indonesia.
As a start, ASEAN-BAC has agreed to work with Tan Tao University (TTU) in Viet Nam to offer scholarships for 50 students from throughout ASEAN Member States, worth up to USD 27,500 per student, in the 2012 and 2013 school year. It is hoped that this pilot project between ASEAN-BAC and TTU will spur other universities in the region to offer similar programs for students ASEAN-wide.
2. ASEAN-BAC and Tan Tao University
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