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ZOA-Michigan Region Israel Scholarship Program, Israel

The scholarship is aimed at students who are interested in pursuing serious study in Israel at an accredited college or study program such as: Hebrew University, Bar Ilan University, Midreshet Lindenbaum,Yeshivat Shaalvim, Shaalvim for Women, Nishmat Shana B’Aretz, Tachnit North America, Yeshivat Har Etzion, Young Judaea Year Program in Israel, and the Pardes program. ZOA-Michigan
region is proud to award $1,000 scholarships to outstanding students who express Zionist ideals and a dedication to Jewish values & identity.
Scholarships will be awarded based on:
· Merit
· Willingness to support ZOA’s mission of being on the forefront of the struggle for a safe and secure Israel, and
· Need.
Students are required to complete an application, an essay outlining their personal objectives for their time in Israel as well as what activities the student will pursue on their return from Israel to aid ZOA in accomplishing its objectives, and submit letters of recommendation from a Rabbi and Jewish Educator. Finalists will meet with the scholarship committee. Scholarships are presented in June.

Scholarship Application Deadline: 2 May 2011

Further Scholarship Information and Application

2011 Research Exchange Program in Canadian Studies for Spring, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

The Halbert Centre Faculty Research Exchange Program (HC-REP) is open to tenured and non-tenured (with teken) researchers of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. This program is designed to facilitate scholarly exchanges on topics with significant Canadian content between faculty of the Hebrew University and researchers affiliated with recognized institutions of higher education in Canada.

The program may also be utilized for individual Israeli scholars who do not have a Canadian research partner, but can demonstrate either substantial need for their research to be conducted in Canada or significant Canadian content in their research topic. The grant will consist of a contribution towards international airfare and research expenses for a maximum amount of $10,000 (CD).”Grants and Scholarships” of the Halbert Centre for Canadian Studies. Scholars at the Hebrew University who have completed their Ph.D. degrees within the last seven years will be given priority in allocating the program grants.

Scholarship Application Deadline:April 3rd, 2011

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Carol and Eric Meyers 2011 PhD Dissertation Fellowship, W.F.Albright Institute of Archaeological Research, Israel

The Institute is awarding the Carol and Eric Meyers Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship to individuals with doctorate or post-doctorate degree. Applicants must submit application to the W.F. Albright Institute of Archaeological Research Department of Art and Art History not later than October 1, 2010. For more information about the other details of this scholarship and how to go about the application, contact Dr. Joan R. Branham chair of the Albright Fellowship Committee.

The W.F. Albright Institute of Archaeological Research is open to sponsoring short-term post-doctoral courses which involves research in biblical or early post-biblical archaeology and society. The Carol and Eric Meyers Doctoral Dissertation Fellowships allow doctoral students to complete dissertation for a period of 2 months at the Albright Institute. The Fellows are encouraged to take on topics that touch the society at the household level. Award recipients will get $5,000 grant with $3,040 of that is stipend and the remaining $1,960 is for the room and half-board at the Institute. Fellows should reside at the Institute for the duration of the research period.

Scholarship Application Deadline:
October 1, 2011

Further Scholarship Information and Application