January 31, 2017 Published by emmanuel Reddit Share 0 Deadline: 15 March and 15 September 2017Open to: candidates having PhDScholarship: cover a monthly grant to cover the cost of living and housingDescriptionIt aims to attract researchers whose work is informed by current theoretical debates in the social sciences and humanities over global connectivities and who are able to critically engage with shifting paradigms in “area studies” beyond the ways in which these have traditionally been conceived in the West. This fellowship is jointly offered by IIAS and the African Studies Centre in Leiden. The ASC-IIAS fellowship is intended for researchers specialising in Asian-African interactions.The fellowship is available in the subjects of African-Asian comparative economic developments or Chinese investments in Africa.EligibilityApplicants must meet the following area for the fellowship:Fellowship of maximum 6 months;Applications include a work plan of 1000 words maximum and a CV;Candidates should have a PhD.ScholarshipThe fellowship will cover a monthly grant to cover the cost of living and housing.How to Apply?Applicants can apply via email or post.Curriculum Vitae;Two letters of reference;Please ensure that a minimum of two letters of reference are sent to us in confidence via email or post, commenting on the applicant’s academic abilities and the value of the applicant’s research projectApplication FormMore information on the official website Rondine Cittadella della Pace Programme 2017 → Tweet ← XIX World Festival of Youth and Students Pocket LinkedIn 0 International Cooperation Grants for EU-Ukraine Cultural Projects Similar Stories Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Greenpeace EU Economic Adviser Internship Announcement at the EU-Russia Civil Society Forum Joint Fellowship Programme in Asian-African Interactions +1
Live Stats Next Game: Preview Full Schedule Roster at Valdosta State* 2/22/2015 – 1 p.m. ET VALDOSTA, Ga. – The West Florida softball team lost both games of a doubleheader on the road at No. 2 Valdosta State Saturday afternoon in Valdosta, Ga. The Argonauts (1-11, 0-5) lost game one 7-3 and game two 8-0 to the six-time defending Gulf South Conference champion Blazers (13-2, 4-1). Game One: West Florida 3, Valdosta State 7 UWF got on the board first after Chelsy Krantz (Fort Dodge, Iowa/Iowa Central CC) singled to left and stole home later in the first inning. VSU scored seven unanswered until a two-run, sixth inning home run by Jessica Wilkinson (Gainesville, Fla./Buchholz HS) cut the lead to 7-3. Kalyn Chapman (Boonville, Ind./Wabash Valley JC) was credited with the loss after allowing five runs on six hits with three strikeouts in 3.1 innings. Krantz finished the game 2-for-2 with a walk and two runs scored. Game Two: West Florida 0, Valdosta State 8 VSU took an early 4-0 lead after scoring a pair of runs in the first and second innings. The Blazers added to their total with a run in the fifth, and finished the game with a walk-off double to right center in a three-run sixth. Sarah Maloney (Tamarac, Fla./Cypress Bay HS) took the loss after going five innings and allowing five runs, four earned, on five hits with three strikeouts. Jordan Camp (Hilliard, Ohio/Hilliard Bradley HS) went 2-for-2 in the game. UWF will conclude the series at Valdosta State Sunday, Feb. 22, at 1 p.m. ET. For information on all UWF athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com.Print Friendly Version
Lionel Messi was Barcelona’s hero yet again as his two first-half penalties sealed a Champions League quarter-final win over AC Milan.Messi, 24, moved into third on the list of all-time goalscorers in the competition as Barca set up a last-four place against Benfica or Chelsea.Milan were briefly level when midfielder Antonio Nocerino steered in Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s pass.But they had no answer after the break with Andres Iniesta adding a third.No side has ever retained the trophy in the Champions League era but Pep Guardiola’s side must be outstanding favourites to achieve the feat in Munich on 19 May.Messi inspired them to beat Manchester United in last year’s final at Wembley, and the Argentine’s incredible goalscoring form could steer the club to another title this year. Barely a week seems to go by without Messi adding another record to his collection, and he quickly chalked up two more to his ever-growing list of personal achievements with his 57th and 58th goals of a remarkable season.He became the youngest player to score 50 Champions League goals with his first spot-kick, before notching up the most goals in a single campaign as his second of the night – and 14th in total this season – put Barca back ahead.Messi then completed the night’s work with an assist as his shot was blocked by the hapless Philippe Mexes, only to fall into the path of Iniesta who struck the pivotal third goal into the far corner.Chelsea could yet bar Guardiola’s side’s progress – in a repeat of the ill-tempered semi-final of 2009 – and Roberto di Matteo’s side will have seen few chinks in the defending champions’ armour during this display.Massimiliano Allegri’s Milan team knew that any score draw would be enough to see them through, and they made a lively start before Messi opened the scoring 11 minutes in. Disappointingly for the visitors, the goal was a gift as Mexes dawdled on the halfway line and was robbed of possession by Messi.The forward surprisingly elected to cut the ball back for Xavi instead of shooting, but when the ball came back to Messi he was brought down by Luca Antonini.Referee Bjorn Kuipers awarded the penalty and Messi stroked the ball into the bottom corner.Milan continued to pose a threat and drew level with a fine goal just after the half hour.Former Manchester City man Robinho hurdled two tackles before finding Ibrahimovic on the edge of the box, and the Swede played a perfectly-weighted through pass which Nocerino placed beyond Victor Valdes. But the Italians failed to build on that goal and Barcelona were back ahead before the break as Alessandro Nesta gave away another cheap penalty.The vastly experienced defender needlessly grabbed hold of Sergio Busquets inside the area, and Messi struck the ball into the opposite corner.Messi was instrumental in the third goal as well, and when his low shot struck Mexes to land at Iniesta’s feet, the midfielder calmly took a touch before rifling past Christian Abbiati.That goal crushed Milan’s spirit, and the match desended into an exhibition as Barca booked their place in the semi-finals for a fifth successive year.With Jose Mourinho’s Real Madrid still in the mix and a potent Bayern Munich side looking to win the cup on their own ground, Barcelona still face several considerable hurdles before they can lift the trophy again, but Guardiola’s men undoubtedly remain the side to beat.