Tuesday, May 5, 2009

CFA- Deadline Extended: 2009 Junior Scholars Training Seminar, NCEEER & WWIC

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CFA- Deadline Extended: 2009 Junior Scholars Training Seminar, NCEEER & WWIC

Posted by: Shoshana Billik <shoshana@nceeer.org>

NOTE: The deadline to apply for the 2009 Junior Scholars Training
Seminar has been extended to Friday, May 22nd, 2009.

NCEEER and the East European Studies Program of the Woodrow Wilson
International Center for Scholars are now soliciting applications for
the twenty-second annual training seminar for junior scholars in East
European studies, be held in Seattle, Washington from August 7-10,
2009, at the Talaris Conference Center. Participants in this exciting
seminar will present their research; discuss the works of other junior
scholars; and exchange impressions of the state of the field with a
group of senior scholars. These scholarships are only available to US
citizens or permanent residents who are graduate students enrolled in
a doctoral or masters program or recent graduates in any field of East
European studies.

For more information on the Junior Scholars Training Seminar,
including application instructions, see the following page:



NCEEER was created in 1978 to develop and sustain long-term, high-quality
programs for post-doctoral research on the social, political, economic,
environmental, and historical development of Eurasia and Central and
Eastern Europe. From broad, cross-cultural analyses to more focused studies
of particular problems, NCEEER supports research projects that facilitate a
mutually beneficial exchange of information between scholars
and policy-makers and contribute to a better understanding of current
developments and future prospects in the post-communist countries of Europe
and Eurasia.

About the East European Studies Program at the Woodrow Wilson
International Center for Scholars:

The East European Studies (EES) program provides a non-partisan forum for
bringing historical and contemporary understanding of the former communist
states of Eastern Europe and the Baltics to the nation's capital. EES
organizes seminars, conferences, workshops and briefings featuring
prominent scholars and policymakers from the U.S. and Eastern Europe with
experience in shaping U.S.-Eastern European policy.

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