Archives For: December 2010

Postdoctoral Research Scholarships Available at International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis

12/03/2010

International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) is an international research organization that conducts policy-oriented research into problems that are too large or too complex to be solved by a single country or academic discipline:

* problems like climate change that have a global reach and can be resolved only by international cooperative action, or

* problems of common concern to many countries that need to be addressed at the national level, such as energy security, population aging, and sustainable development.

Every year postdoctoral scholarships are available for research on topics related to the IIASA research agenda.

Scholarships, Fellowship, Grant, Fund, Award, Prize, Training, Conference, Job, Volunteer, Internship are posted at www.scholarshipandjob.com

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Seoul Christian University has Openings for Doctoral Students to Teach Theology, Pastoral Counseling, and More

12/03/2010

Seoul Christian University currently has openings for doctoral students to teach one or two semesters in the following areas:
Old Testament
New Testament
Systematic Theology
Christian Education
Practical Theology
Pastoral Counseling
Spirituality

This is a tremendous opportunity for doctoral students to experience Korea and earn teaching experience at a prestigious institution with over 60 international students from more than 16 different countries.

Qualifications: Currently enrolled in a doctoral program
English fluency

Responsibilities: Teach three courses per semester

Benefits: Housing provided with stipend

Application Procedure: Interested applicants are invited to contact Dr. Jacob Lee for more information: Jacob4jx@scu.ac.kr

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Alumnus Kirk Schneider, PhD '84 Announces New Post on His Psychology Today Blog

12/03/2010

I thought you might want to see the recent posting on my new blog at Psychology Today - "Toward a Humanistic Positive Psychology." It's definitely food for thought for the Saybrook community.
Warm regards,
Kirk

http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/awakening-awe/201011/toward-humanistic-positive-psychology-why-cant-we-just-get-along

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