Building upon IIE’s century-long legacy of assisting students and scholars under threat, IIE-SRF has since 2002 supported over 800 scholars from 59 countries in partnership with 400 host institutions in 44 countries. Together we can make a difference. One life, one voice, one idea at a time. We are committed to remaining a beacon of hope for vulnerable scholars, so that their life’s work, and their lives, are not lost. Since the Scholar Rescue Fund first enlisted the help of AAAS On-call Scientists in 2015, volunteers from a range of scientific disciplines have fulfilled 50 requests to review a scholar’s work. The feedback that we get from scientists in the program can really be integral to helping us understand a scholar’s background,” says IIE-SRF assistant director Emily Borzcik. 100-year anniversary with its 2019 summit at the Grand Hyatt in New York City, a ceremonial lighting of the Empire State Building, and by recognizing The Right Honourable Gordon Brown with the Henry Kaufman Prize. On April 26, 2019, the New University in Exile Consortium will present its first conference, featuring displaced and threatened scholars hosted by Consortium institutions.
The scholars will discuss the attacks on universities and academic freedom in their home countries and how these have affected not only their own lives but the nature of the universities. Click on the event date to show the results of an event. Clicking on the tournament name will show you the history of a particular tournament. Disclaimer: The information provided on this site is for reference purposes only. Whilst every effort is made to ensure that the site is up to date and accurate, Darts Database does not warrant, nor does it accept any responsibility or liability for, the accuracy or completeness of the content or for any loss which may arise from reliance on information contained in this site. The Farash Foundation supports and promotes our local Jewish community, synagogues, schools and agencies with a focus on Jewish learning and engagement, as well as select Israel and international projects. The Farash Foundation is dedicated to the mission of its founders who believed in the importance of education in all of its aspects and celebrated the power of entrepreneurial creativity.
Each year, half of the Foundation’s grants support Jewish life and the other half go to secular initiatives. Funding proposals are solicited by invitation only. International Phycological Congress every four years. If you would like to join the International Phycological Society, you can do so here. Arab Open University employs the great popularity of technology to achieve democracy in education, and alleviates the high cost of education in the Arab world and thus eases the financial burden borne by Arab governments in the field of higher education. Projects that are funded designed and implemented by national NGOs. Projects that are funded designed and implemented by government ministries and public institutions.
The core developmental works of AGFUND involve Poverty Alleviation, Empowerment of Women and Youth, Civil Society Development, and Development of Early Childhood. An Extern Examiner, appointed by NUI, will determine the recipients of the Scholarships and the Prizes based on the written work of final year students achieving the highest marks in Irish and Irish History who have passed the honours bachelor degree examination as a whole. Final year students of Irish or Irish History in each of the constituent universities will be eligible automatically for consideration for these Scholarships and Prizes. Seansailéir OÉ An Dr Muiris Ó Mainín ag bronnadh Chéad Duais an Dr T K Whitaker sa Ghaeilge ar Jeaic Mag Fhinn, Ollscoil na hÉireann, Gaillimh. Sa bhliain 2017, chuir Ollscoil na hÉireann duaiseanna Gaeilge ar fáil den chéad uair i gcuimhne Iarsheansailéir OÉ, an Dr T K Whitaker. 1,000 faoi seach, ar fáil mar chomórtas do mhic léinn i mbun Máistreachtaí Ealaíon sa Ghaeilge. Is mór ag OÉ na duaiseanna seo a chur ar fáil arís i 2019.
In 2017, NUI for the first time offered for competition two Irish language prizes in memory of the former NUI Chancellor, Dr T K Whitaker. 1,000 respectively, were offered for competition to students undertaking Masters of Arts degree programmes in the Irish language. NUI is delighted to offer these awards again in 2019. Schools of Irish in NUI constituent universities will be contacted in the coming months regarding nominations for these awards. Rachfar i dteagmháil le Scoileanna Gaeilge ollscoileanna OÉ sna míonna amach romhainn maidir le hainmniúcháin do na duaiseanna seo. NUI Chancellor Dr Maurice Manning presenting the 2018 NUI Scholarship in Education to Daniela Donghi, NUI Galway. NUI offers a scholarship and, separately, a prize in Education to the top two students on the programme leading to the Degree of Professional Masters of Education or an Máistir Gairmiúil san Oideachas, offered in each of the NUI constituent universities. The recommendations for the Scholarship and the Prize will be made by a Selection Panel to be appointed by NUI and based on the nominations put forward by each of the constituent universities.