Please visit CCID's home page to check out our first weekly member spotlight of 2016! This week we are featuring Lane Community College, located in beautiful Eugene, Oregon!
Tacoma Community College is Hiring!
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: COURSE DEVELOPMENT STIPENDS FOR RUSSIA, EASTERN EUROPE, AND EURASIA
Six U.S. Department of Education National Resource Centers from across the country are collaborating on a curriculum development program at community colleges and minority-serving institutions. The aim of the program is to broaden access to resources and knowledge about the regions of Eastern Europe and Eurasia. The National Resource Centers are running an annual competition in which faculty from community colleges and minority-serving institutions apply to receive stipends (from $1,000-$3,000) in order to redesign an existing course to have more content about Eastern Europe and Eurasia, or create an entirely new course. Plans are in place for this program to run each year from 2014 to 2017.
Here are three examples of winning syllabi. You can also find them on the CCID website resources page:
History 230A: Survey of Russian History
History 240: Russian Civilization
History 404/543: Central Asia
Applications are now being sought for the second year of the program.
Deadline: Friday, January 8, 2016.
See the December 7th CCIDXChange for more information as well.
Please submit applications to Eileen Kunkler at the Center for Slavic and East European Studies at Ohio State University by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
. Award notifications will be sent out by late January 2016.
Call for Submissions - 2016 Winter Edition of CCID International News
The CCID Quarterly Newsletter will now have rolling deadlines, so your institution can submit exciting news stories as they happen! And right now, it is time to submit your articles for the 2016 Winter Edition of CCID International News. This publication is a resource for CCID Members to share all of the exciting and innovative international activities happening at your institutions.
Deadline for submissions: Friday, January 15th!
The link is here: Winter 2016
CCID's 40th Anniversary Conference!
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Community Colleges & Climate Change
The Paris Agreement reached at COP21 (21st Century of Parties Conference) in December by nearly 200 countries is seminal in our global efforts to deal with climate change. Moving forward, community colleges will need to play a significant role in advancing the ideals of the agreement and continue to educate Americans to respond to a changing environment.
Join your colleagues April 21-23, 2016 at Northern Virginia Community College for "Global Climate Change and Environmental Challenges: Approaches to Teaching in Community Colleges."
This will be an opportunity for community college educators to consider approaches to teaching about the environment and climate change.
Deadline: Friday, March 4, 2016.
For more information contact Linda Campos at email@example.com.
Capacity Building Grants for U.S. Undergraduate Study Abroad
Approximately 17 grants of up to $50,000 will be awarded to accredited U.S. HEIs as part of this competition. These grants will further the mission of the U.S. Study Abroad Branch by increasing the participation and diversity in study abroad through enhancing higher education institutions' capacity to send their students overseas for academic credit, internships, or other experiential learning opportunities. For more information, please visit the website for Capacity Building Grants for U.S. Higher Education Institutions.
Read the RFP here: http://www.partners.net/sites/default/files/images/Capacity%20Building%20Grants%20RFP.pdf
Deadline: Tuesday, March 15, 2016 at 5:00PM (EST).
Should you have any questions regarding the Capacity Building Grants, please contact Janira Romero Reyes, Program Officer at Partners of the Americas, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Capacity Building Grants for U.S. Undergraduate Study Abroad is an initiative of the United States Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. The grants are administered by Partners of the Americas.
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