The University of Ghent offers The VLIR-UOS Masters Scholarships in Nematology to Graduate Students for the year 2010/11 in Belgium.The programme curriculum is characterised by a multidisciplinary, interuniversity and international approach reflecting the high diversity, complexity and biological specialisation of nematodes.
Northrop Grumman Foundation announced the scholarship recipients of its Earthwatch Educator Program, an innovative environmental education program for teachers across the country.
Twenty-two educators from communities in which the company operates have been selected to participate in an Earthwatch expedition focused on climate change or oceans preservation. This is an invaluable experience intended to be transferred [...]
The Fort HealthCare Partners Scholarship Committee has announced this year’s award recipients. Five area students received scholarships to support their continuing education in the health care field.
Nursing scholarships are awarded to qualified candidates who are pursuing a career in health care, students currently enrolled in an associate degree nursing program and to students pursuing an [...]
The garden club of Brewster is offering a $2,000 scholarship to residents of Brewster. The applicant must be student graduating this year, or presently working in or studying in the field of landscape design, horticulture, conservation, environmental science, marine or related services. The applicant must be enrolled in further educational opportunities such as college courses, [...]
Hitachi Ltd. and The Department of Science and Technology, Republic of South Africa (DST) announced the launch of a new scholarship training programme for South African engineers in Japan beginning in September 2009. Under the programme, Hitachi will invite young South African engineers to Japan for a five-month scholarship programme including on-the-job training at a [...]
Engineers from New Jersey American Water shared their expertise with aspiring seventh and eighth grade engineers from across the state at the National Engineering Week Future Cities Competition, held on Saturday, January 17, on the Busch Campus at Rutgers University.
“Water and the Economy” is the focus of this year’s Future Cities Competition. The students, who [...]
Former United States Congressman Doug Ose has announced today his opposition to the University of California Board of Regents’ current proposal to lower admission standards for the UC system. The UC Board of Regents meets on November 18 at UC San Francisco and has indicated the possibility of a vote on the proposal at this [...]
Kornberg Associates Architects has opened a Tokyo office. The company has also been retained by the Okinawa Institute for Science and Technology (OIST) to help design a new government funded scientific research campus and graduate university. Ken Kornberg, president and founder, made the announcement.
“Having a presence in Japan opens up many doors for us and [...]
Earthquakes are nearly unique among natural phenomena – they affect virtually everything within a region, from massive buildings and bridges, down to the furnishings within a home. Successful earthquake engineering therefore requires a broad background in subjects, ranging from the geologic causes and effects of earthquakes to understanding the impact of these effects on [...]
New tables in this edition cover lasers, radiation, cryogenics, ultra-sonics, semi-conductors, high-vacuum techniques, eutectic alloys, and organic and inorganic surface coating. Another major addition is expansion of the sections on engineering materials and compos-ites, with detailed indexing by name, class and usage. The special Index of Properties allows ready comparisons with respect to single [...]