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GAS_SRL Brochure 2016

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Housing and Parking Center for Global Studies Center for Global Studies 303 International Studies BuildingParticipants will be provided with parking and accommodation at Presby University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignHall, a private dorm conveniently located four blocks from the University 910 South Fifth StreetLibrary and one block from the Center for Global Studies. Center staff Champaign, IL 61820 Global and Area Studieswill make reservations at Presby Hall; they will not be responsible for Summer Research Lab formaking reservations at other venues. Fellows with housing grants will be (217) 265 5186 Community College Developmentplaced in three to a three-four bedroom suite, unless otherwise indicated the application. Participants will be responsible for extra housing and International and Area Studies Library July 18-29, 2016parking costs for extending their stay beyond the period covered by thegrant or if desiring a private suite. 321 Main Library 1408 West Gregory DriveHOUSING AND PARKING GRANTS• 7 nights at $46 per person per night in a shared three-bedroom suite. Urbana, IL 61801• 8 days of parking at $5 per day per car. (217) 333 1501RATES• $46 per person per night for a shared three-bedroom suite Russian, East European and Eurasian Center• $92 per person per night for a shared two-bedroom suite• $5 for parking per day per car. 104 International Studies Building 910 South Fifth StreetAMENITIES Champaign, IL 61820Every Presby Hall suite has a living room, washer and dryer, internet, and (217) 333 1244full kitchen with a refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher, pots and pans, electric range with oven.• Phones are provided for each apartment This is a U.S. Department of Education Title VI Program• Fax machine available at the front desk• Handicap Accessible

Global and Area Studies Summer Research Lab Fellowships and Community College Development Grants Joint CGS-REEEC WorkshopThe Center for Global Studies at the University of Illinois, Urbana- The Center for Global Studies offers fellowships for applicants coming The Global and Area Studies Summer Lab is part of a joint initiativeChampaign, is pleased to announce fellowships and development grants from outside the Champaign-Urbana area. These fellowships cover: between the Center for Global Studies, the International and Area Studiesto support the internationalization of community colleges nationwide. Library, and the Russian, East European, and Eurasian Center (REEEC).We invite applications from faculty, librarians, and administrators • up to 7 days of housing and 8 days of parking You will have the opportunity to join REEEC Summer Lab participants,interested in expanding global studies curricula, instruction in less • travel expenses up to $500 (receipts required) share your work, and establish collaborations in a joint workshop takingcommonly taught languages, library collections or international While in residence at Illinois, all participants will be expected to produce place on July 22. Please indicate your interest in the application programs at their home institutions. During their stay, Fellows a syllabus for a new or updated course, a white paper, a library collectioncan work one-on-one with reference librarians and explore the unlimited development plan or a plan for new international education programs. Conference on Global Collaboration in Higher Educationprint and online resources of the University of Illinois Library. For sharing their work with the Center, participants will receive a research honorarium of $200. Subsequent development grants will be The Office of International Programs (OIP) at the College of Education Library Collections and Services available to support the implementation of participants’ projects. These will host the Global Collaboration in Higher Education Program. grants will be awarded to fellows once an amended project proposal is Scholars from UIUC as well as around the world will gather to share theirThe International and Area Studies Library (IASL) has an extensive submitted, reviewed, and approved for funding by CGS. experiences developing and maintaining partnerships that can and shouldservice that facilitates access to a wide range of materials related to be sustained. OIP invites GAS SRL participants to attend the Conferenceglobalization and global and regional studies. Resources center and Application Procedure (August 1-2, 2016) and present on international partnerships/engagementscome from Africa, China, the E.U., Japan, Korea, Latin America and the at their community colleges. Exchange best practices and learn points toCaribbean, North Africa and the Middle East, Russia, Eastern Europe Applicants must submit the following: avoid as you lead your own higher education institution in collaborationand Eurasia, and South Asia. IASL provides access to workstations; • 2016 Application Form internationally. Please indicate your interest to participate in the applicationprint, digital, and microform collections, online research resources; • Curriculum Vitae form. Additional funding may be available to offset the conferencereference collections, and current issues of over 1,000 periodicals and • Project Proposal (1-2 pages) registration fee.110 newspapers in Western and less commonly taught languages. • Letter of Institutional EndorsementAdditionally, Summer Lab participants may set up individual Co-Sponsorsconsultation sessions with the Global Studies Librarian and/or other Project proposals from faculty, librarians, and administrators will divergeinternational reference specialists who can provide individualized in content. Please consult application instructions carefully. Center for East Asian and Pacific Studiessupport and guidance on developing curricula, library collections, and Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studiesinternational education programs. Deadline Center for South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies May 2, 2016 Dates For more information, visit July 18 – 29, 2016 For more information, visit Participants may visit the campus any time during these dates. For more information, visit

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