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August 27, 2012

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See attached for details on the upcoming Economics Round Table event.  Register online at http://economics.ucsd.edu/events/roundtable.php

SOCI 40 Sociology of Health Care Issues –Instructor: April Huff (ahuff@ucsd.edu) ; TuTh 3:30-4:50p LEDDN AUD

Designed as a broad introduction to medicine as a social institution and its relationship to other institutions as well as its relation to society.  It will make use of both micro and macro sociological work in this area and introduce students to sociological perspectives of contemporary health care issues.

The two sections to be covered by the TA are Monday 4-4:50pm and 5-5:50pm at WLH 2206.

If you are interested, please send your CV with qualifications directly to April Huff by 12pm on FRIDAY, March 4th  .

Please do not apply if you are already employed for Spring and you will require an overemployment exception from OGS. 

Tinker Grant

March 2, 2011

 CILAS TINKER TRAVEL GRANT COMPETITION 2011

The Center for Iberian and Latin American Studies is pleased to announce the 2011 Tinker Grant Competition for research travel to Latin America and the Iberian Peninsula. More detailed information and application instructions are available on the CILAS website (http://cilas.ucsd.edu) under “Grants”.

 FYI: Unfortunately CILAS will not be offering S-FLAS, AY-FLAS or Dissertation Fellowships this year.

Tinker Pre-Dissertation Research Travel Grant: The Tinker Pre-Dissertation Travel Grant awards are for pre-dissertation field research for travel outside the United States (i.e. to Spain, Portugal, Brazil or Spanish-speaking countries in Latin America), for a minimum of 2 weeks and a maximum of 4 months between June  and November 2011. Awards range from $500 to $1,500.

Eligibility: All UCSD graduate students conducting pre-dissertation research.  Previous award winners may apply, but they will be given lower priority.

**Applications are due no later than Friday, March 4 by 4:00 p.m.**

Please contact Julia Schneider (jsschneider@ucsd or 858-534-7967), CILAS Grants Coordinator, with any questions.

Where: Sequoyah Courtyard

When: Friday, 2/11 from 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm

Come mingle with undergraduate students in our economics department to learn who hope to ask questions about grad school in an informal setting. Free pizza courtesy of the econ department! Presented by the Undergraduate Economics Society. Email ues@ucsd.edu if you have any questions!

The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta announces the Americas Center Graduate Dissertation Internship for Ph.D. students writing dissertations in the field of economics on topics that have a direct link to Latin America and the Caribbean. The purpose of the internship program is to encourage and support research on topics that are of interest to the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.

One graduate student will be selected. The internship will take place over the summer of 2011 for a period of 8 weeks (dates are flexible). The intern will receive a stipend of $950 per week and the Bank will pay for one round-trip airfare between the student’s principle residence and Atlanta. The Bank also will furnish office space, computer and technical support in the Bank’s Research Department. Interns will pay their own living expenses. Interns are expected to make significant progress on their dissertation while at the Bank and are expected to make two formal presentations of their research to Bank staff. While in residence the intern will also be invited to consult with staff from the Research Department and other areas of the Bank.

Applications are open to Ph.D. students from all Ph.D.-granting colleges and universities. Applicants must have passed their qualifying examinations and must be at the dissertation stage of their program. Applicants must send a curriculum vitae, their dissertation proposal, and a brief letter of recommendation from their principal academic advisor commenting on the applicant’s topic, its importance to the profession, and progress that has been made to date.

Applications should be sent to

Stephen Kay
Research Department
Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
1000 Peachtree St., N.E.
Atlanta, GA 30309-4470

The deadline for receiving applications is March 4, 2011. http://www.frbatlanta.org/americascenter/ac_internship/