Monthly Archives: March 2011

USF Center for India Studies Hosts Symposium on Wellness Traditions

The USF Center for India Studies will host its first symposium in early April at the University of South Florida’s Tampa campus. Titled “Mind-Body-Consciousness: Holistic Wellness Traditions of India”, the symposium will bring together the USF and the Tampa Bay … Continue reading

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Chinese Bridge Delegation for School Administrators, June 2011

USF Confucius Institute  is pleased to announce the 2011 Chinese Bridge for American Schools sponsored by Hanban/Confucius Institute Headquarters.

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Study Abroad Scholarships to Asia and the Mediterranean are Now Available

Study abroad fellowship for the study of the ancient Mediterranean world, open to both undergraduate and graduate students! A grant of up to $500

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Math & Science Majors Needed in Guyana

Here’s your chance to change the world. WorldTeach (http://www.worldteach.org/), a non-profit organization based at Harvard University, is currently seeking graduating Math and Science majors to teach and address the severe brain drain in these subjects in Guyana.

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Fulbright Canada: Why should your students and scholars choose Canada?

Canada is an excellent option for students at both the undergraduate and graduate level.  Students are able to study at low cost at internationally accredited academic institutions that adhere to rigorous standards of scholarship and offer easily transferable course credits. 

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History in the Making

Celebrating the birthday of its namesake, the Kiran C. Patel Center for Global Solutions officially opened its doors to the world on Thursday, March 10, 2011. “It is a day in the history of our university,” said President Judy Genshaft … Continue reading

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