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“In the long course of history, having people who understand your thought is much greater security than another submarine.”
Austria, Belgium/Luxembourg, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Macedonia, Malta, Netherlands, Portugal, Slovak Republic, Spain, Turkey and United Kingdom.
A group seminar on German higher education and society designed for up to 25 U.S. university, college and community college administrators whose current responsibilities have a direct relation to international exchanges, career services, alumni affairs or development and fundraising in higher education.
Deadline: February 1, 2010(Link)
Designed for up to 25 U.S. scholars in German Studies and disciplines related to the seminar topic that will be posted to the CIES web site soon. Applications are welcome from U.S. university, college and community college scholars.
Deadline: November 1, 2009 (Link)
Program focuses on research in a broad range of topics related to EU policy and EU-US relations, and can be located in any EU Country (Link)
Offer an opportunity to enable emerging, mid-career, or senior domestic police officers and police administrators, with traditional experience in public law enforcement, to conduct research on an aspect or problem of policing shared by U.S. and U.K. (Link)
Lecture at advanced undergraduate and graduate levels in any specialization of U.S. history.
Austria: quartier21/Museums Quartier Artist-in-Residence (#0200). (Link)
Czech Republic: Masaryk award (#0237) provides the opportunity for specialists (Ph.D.s, new Ph.D.s and professionals with teaching experience) in NGO management to lecture, L/R or research (link)
European Union: European Union Affairs Research Program (#0188). (Link)