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Информация о грантах IHS (10.09.2011 г.)
Humane Studies Fellowships
Awards of up to $15,000 for graduate students and outstanding undergraduates conducting research that advances a free society through their academic work. Deadline: December 31.
Policy Internship Program
Paid internships at think tanks and advocacy groups across the US during the summer of 2011. Program includes two career workshops in Washington, DC, and weekly lectures by academics and policy professionals. Deadline: January 31.
Journalism Internship Program
Opportunities in print, broadcast, new media, and the emerging field of non-profit, investigative journalism during the spring, summer, and fall. A journalism major is not required. Talented writers and speakers encouraged to apply. Deadlines: November 15, January 1, and July 1.
IHS Academic Events
IHS @ Southern Economics Association, Washington DC, November 19-21
Nigel Ashford and Adam Martin of IHS will host a reception from 6:30-8:00pm in the Washington Marriott's Hoover Room on Saturday, November 19. Invitations will go to economics professors and graduate students. Local professors and graduate students in other disciplines are also welcome, as are guests.
IHS @ American Economics Association, Chicago, January 6-8
Adam Martin of IHS will host a reception from 6:00-7:30pm in the Hyatt Regency's Homer Room on Friday, January 6. Invitations will go to economics professors and graduate students. Local professors and graduate students in other disciplines are also welcome, as are guests.
Woodrow Wilson International Fellowships, Washington DC
Woodrow Wilson Center offers 25 international residential fellowships for post-PhD scholars and public intellectuals working on issues on: 1) global sustainability or security; 2) regional power shifts; or 3) American challenges as a global power. Deadline: October 1.
Students for Liberty Conferences
Students for Liberty will hold conferences around the USA this fall. Conferences are free to attend. Locations are: Chicago, Philadelphia, North Carolina, New York City, Phoenix, Austin, Boston, Berkeley, Pittsburgh, Dallas, Florida and Pepperdine.
Supply and Demand Video Contest
Hackley Endowment for the Study of Capitalism and Free Enterprise at Fayetteville State University is pleased to announce the supply and demand music video contest open to all students in the US. The first prize winner gets $2,500 and the professor of the winning student gets $500. Deadline: December 15.
Academic Jobs in the UK
If you are interested in academic jobs in the UK, sign up for regular updates by discipline at the above link. Note that the UK market is later than the US market. Free advice on how to create a UK academic CV is available here.
Cato Journal, 31.2, Summer 2011
Articles on virtues of free markets, European debt crisis, tort law, happiness, Ohio school choice, cities, property rights, environmental quality, and dollarization in Zimbabwe, the FOMC, and Homo Economicus.