Dissertation Workshop (SPY00114M) 2020-21 - Module.
International Studies Dissertation Workshop in the Dolomites. 2 2. 3 The Bruno Kessler Foundation’s Center for Research on International Politics and Conflict Resolution (FBK-CERPIC) organizes a dissertation workshop on international studies each summer in Terzolas near Madonna di Campiglio.
In applying for this program, you are committing to completing all three components: the Spring workshop, May 17-21, 2020; at least six weeks of summer exploratory research or other intellectual work aimed at developing your dissertation proposal; and the Fall workshop, August 27-29, 2020 with follow-up workshops on September 11, 2020 and September 18, 2020.
The application period for 2020 is now closed. Please check our website in January 2021 to apply for next summer's workshop. Doctoral students in any discipline and in the advanced stages of dissertation writing are eligible to apply to summer intensive dissertation-writing workshops held at the Berlin, London, Madrid and Washington, D.C. institutes.
Workshops and Summer Research Fellows who received the Dissertation Proposal Development Fellowship were required to take part in the following activities: Spring workshop (early June): Fellows worked together to hone their research questions and design exploratory summer research plans to identify appropriate methods to answer those questions.
Summer Dissertation Proposal Workshop Call for Students Workshop Participant Comments The Summer Dissertation Proposal Workshop offers intensive training dissertation to address the achievement gap in advanced degrees in the social sciences by providing competitively selected students from customer cover letter populations with the skills, knowledge, and resources needed to prepare a.
Einaudi SSRC 2019 awardees at the fall workshop after pursuing international summer research. PhD students are invited to apply to the Einaudi-SSRC Dissertation Proposal Development Program, offering seminars, workshops, and faculty mentoring to sixteen social sciences or humanities students.
K-State graduate student to attend selective dissertation workshop on poverty and inequality. Submitted by Noelle Blood. Tennecia Dacass, graduate student in the economics department, was recently accepted to attend the Summer Dissertation Proposal Writing Workshop offered by Howard University's Center on Race and Wealth and the Institute for Research on Poverty.