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February 2020


Daffodil International University Journal of Business and Entrepreneurship (DIUJBE)

The Daffodil International University Journal of Business and Entrepreneurship (DIUJBE), ISSN 2664-3413 (PRINT), 2664-3421 (ONLINE) Vol. 13, No. 1, 2020, is going to be published shortly. DIUJBE is a multidisciplinary academic journal aimed at the faculty members, research students, managers and research and policy-making community from Bangladesh and overseas. We welcome academic writings that would enhance our understanding of the world of business, recognizing that the business world is an interactive arena for different disciplines. DIUJBE is committed to publishing high quality original works from academicians, business specialists and economists; and solicits original high quality paper(s) from them. We invite papers on broad areas of Business, Economics, Marketing, Management, Finance, Banking, Human Resource Management, Accounting, Entrepreneurship, and Real Estate etc. We also invite case studies and book reviews, notes/comments on relevant field. DIUJBE also publishes papers on world business and economic issues which are of interest to local and international policy makers.

Please visit the website, register and submit your article at http://diujbe.daffodilvarsity.edu.bd/

(If you face any problem, you can send the paper to this email jbe@daffodilvarsity.edu.bd

Last date of submission of article: 31 March, 2020.

Further information is available here.


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In This Issue

IIE Around the World | Study Abroad | International
Upcoming Events | In the News
 

IIE Around the World

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IIE Launches Special Emergency Student Fund Effort to Respond to Crises


Nomination Deadline: February 19, 2020 at 11:59pm EST

IIE's Emergency Student Fund is expanding its efforts to support international students currently studying at colleges and universities in the United States who have been affected by recent crises. IIE has a long history of providing emergency assistance to students and the Emergency Student Fund was established to provide financial support to students who are at risk of dropping out of their studies due to natural disaster, armed conflict, or political strife in their home countries.
 
The Emergency Student Fund supports students whose ability to continue their studies in the current academic year is affected by particular crises and natural disasters. We are requesting applications from accredited U.S. institutions for students from:
  • Australia: Students from the states of New South Wales and Victoria whose ability to pay for their education in the United States is affected by the brushfires in those states in December and January.
  • China: Students from Hubei Province whose ability to pay for their education in the United States is affected by the outbreak of coronavirus (2019-nCoV). Students from other parts of China with demonstrable needs related to this coronavirus outbreak may also be considered.
  • Philippines: Students from Luzon whose ability to pay for their education in the United States is affected by volcanic activity from Taal Volcano.
  • Turkey: Students from Elazig and Malatya provinces whose ability to pay for their education in the United States is affected by the earthquake that struck near Sivrice on January 24.
Additional countries and regions may be added to this call for nominations as circumstances dictate.
 
This effort will provide one-time grants of $2,000 - $5,000 to selected students whose ability to pay for their spring 2020 semester in the United States is in jeopardy due to serious financial difficulties related to these crises. Funds can be used to cover tuition, room and board, books, and related costs, but should not be used to support families in home countries or for travel.
 
Students must be nominated by their U.S. college or university for this opportunity and cannot apply on their own behalf. Accredited U.S. campuses are invited to nominate up to 10 students in total for whom help is needed to complete the spring 2020 semester. Nominating institutions are expected to provide additional emergency assistance to nominated students.

For more information, see our website or contact esf@iie.org.
Nomination Process & Eligibility
 

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Thomas Jefferson Fund 2020 Proposal Open


Created by the Embassy of France in the United States and the FACE foundation, the Thomas Jefferson Fund  supports cooperation among the most promising early-career researchers in France and the United States and fosters forward-looking collaborative research that addresses the most pressing global challenges. The Thomas Jefferson Fund aims to encourage innovative research of the highest quality and new collaborations, and especially seeks to support projects involving young researchers.

Who Can Apply?
The Fund considers projects jointly submitted by two scientists at the beginning of their careers, including notably:
  • On the American side, researchers at the post-doctorate level, assistant or associate professors at a university in the United States are eligible.
  • On the French side, researchers at the post-doctorate level, maîtres de conferences and chargés de recherche at a French institution of higher education and research are eligible.
  • Given individual career paths, other statuses can be considered as long as the researchers are still at the beginning of their career
Projects that include significant transatlantic mobility, collaborative research activities, the organization of joint workshops or conferences, the publication of joint articles will receive the highest priority.
Learn More & Apply
 

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Scholarships for Incoming Researchers in Poland


Proposal Deadline: April 15, 2020

Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange (NAWA) is pleased to announce the second edition of the programme for post-doctoral incoming researchers: The Ulam Programme. They invite you to be a part of this unique and valuable experience which will help you to develop your career by intensifying international mobility as well as will allow you to establish scientific cooperation with excellent host institutions in Poland.
 
The Ulam Programme will allow both recognised and promising scientists with at least the doctoral degree, to visit Poland in order to strengthen the scientific potential of Polish entities and to participate in their scientific activities, primarily research projects and didactics. The programme invites scientists from all around the world representing all fields of science to the Polish institutions of science and higher education.

Visits within the Ulam Programme can last from 6 to 24 months. The Programme provides financing for a scholarship covering both the Beneficiary's allowance costs in relation to their stay at a host institution, in an amount of approx. 2400 EUR a month and a mobility allowance.
Learn More and Apply
 

Upcoming Events

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Registration Closing Soon: Washington International Education Conference


IIE members are cordially invited to register for the 18th Washington International Education Conference taking place on February 19th-21st, 2020 at the Mayflower Hotel and at Embassies throughout Washington.  The Conference features presentations and networking opportunities with Education and Cultural Attaches from Brazil, China, Colombia, India, Indonesia, Mexico, Spain and others. Industry experts from IIE, Barton Carlyle, Sunrise International Education, IREX and SANNAM S4 will provide the latest information on international student markets. For the Conference Program and registration please consult the conference website.
 

In the News

US: IIE reveals Andrew Heiskell Award winners – The PIE News
International student flows extend fallout from coronavirus outbreak – University World News
Universities Step Up To Recruit, Retain International Students – Business West
Indian students always welcome in the US: US official – Economic Times
 
 
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January 2020


Call for Abstracts: New and Sustainable Insights in Medical, Engineering, Law and Entrepreneurship Sciences: Al-Hawash Private University

Al-Hawash Private University, Homs, Syria, has announced the call for papers for its New and Sustainable Insights in Medical, Engineering, Law and Entrepreneurship Sciences conference to be held 2-4 April 2020. Click here for the full brochure, here for the invitation, and here for the form for participants.


January 2020


SUT Celebrates Chinese New Year 2020

The Center for International Affairs at Suranaree University of Technology (SUT), Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand, hosted a celebration for Chinese New Year 2020 for Chinese students in Academic Building 2, Learning Space@C2. The event atmosphere brought joy and happiness to Chinese students who were not able to be with their families in China on this special occasion.


December 2019


Congratulations Professor Eskandari

Dr. Prof. Li Chenyang, Vice President of Yunnan University, the Belt and Road Initiative Institute, the People's Republic of China, has appointed Abdolmajid Eskandari, Director General, Office of International Relations, University of Tehran, I.R. of Iran to be an Overseas Research Fellow, based on the assessment of his outstanding achievements on the Belt and Road Initiatives, culture and language, and his continuous efforts to strengthen the academic ties between China and Iran.


November 2019


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