Johns Hopkins Gazette | January 23, 2006
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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University January 23, 2006 | Vol. 35 No. 18



DHS Scholarship and Fellowship Program

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security announces program guidelines for the 2006 competition cycle of the DHS Scholarship and Fellowship Program, which will provide financial support beginning in fall 2006 for approximately 100 scholars and fellows.

Applications must be submitted online by 11:59 p.m. EST on Jan. 31. Complete information is available online at Questions can be sent by e-mail to


NASA Summer Internship Opportunities

The NASA Summer Academy is an intensive resident program at three locations — Goddard, Glenn and Marshall — for undergraduate and graduate students interested in pursuing careers in aerospace-related fields. Also offered by NASA are internship programs at APL, Goddard and Ames, among others.

All programs provide a minimum $4,000 stipend, round-trip travel to the summer session, lodging, local transportation to included events and three evening meals per week.

Applications are available at and are due online by Jan. 31. For information, contact Dave Rosage at 301-286-0904, or by fax at 301-286-1610.


Anthropology Fellowships

The Krieger School's Anthropology Department invites applications for a two-year postdoctoral fellowship for the academic years 2006-2008, starting Sept. 1 and renewable at the end of the first year. The position is open to anyone working in the field of social or cultural anthropology who has obtained a doctorate within the last three years or who will have received one by Sept. 1.

All areas of regional specialization will be considered. The fellow will teach one course each semester and is expected to participate fully in all departmental activities. The salary is $40,000 a year, plus individual health insurance.

Applications are due Feb. 1, and should include a cover letter, a three-page proposal describing the research and writing to be conducted, a writing sample, two course proposals, a curriculum vitae and the names of three referees. Candidates who have already applied for the open position in the department (as advertised in the AAA Newsletter) need not apply again but should indicate their willingness to be considered for the postdoc position by e-mail or letter to Sharon Trader. All additional materials should also be sent to her.

Respond by mail to 404 Macaulay Hall, 3400 N. Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21218; by fax to 410-516-6080; or by e-mail to Sharon Trader at

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