[Soasiastudents] Bulletin 01.12.2012
snodgras at u.washington.edu
Thu Jan 12 11:35:56 PST 2012
South Asia Center Bulletin
*published by the South Asia National Resource Center, Henry M. Jackson
School of International Studies, University of Washington* *In the
Bulletin* *EVENTS* *ACADEMIC OPPORTUNITIES* *EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES* * * *
*Astitva: A Tale of Two Queens with Srivani Jade & Dr. Ratna Roy*
*Saturday, January 14, 2012*
Kirkland Performance Center
This is a world premiere that celebrates the royalty inside us all. Odissi
dance choreographer Dr. Ratna Roy and Hindustani vocalist Srivani Jade tell
the true stories of Meera Bai, poetess and saint, and Rani Lakshmibai,
warrior Queen of Jhansi, through music and dance*….More Information and
*Study in India in Summer 2012 Information Session*
*Tuesday, January 17, 2012 & Thursday, January 26, 2012*
*3:30 PM (January 17, 2012) & 1:30 PM (Jauary 26, 2012)*
Thomson Hall 403, UW Campus, Seattle
Learn about the *2012 Summer Quarter UW India Himalaya - Development,
Environment & Sustainability Study Abroad Program.* It is a nine week
opportunity for UW students to study and live in the Kumaun Himalaya in the
Indian state of Uttarakhand. The academic focus of the program examines the
political economy of development in India and considers the dynamics of
formal and informal labor, environmental change and integrated rural
*For more information**: *
*Check us out on* Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UWIndiaProgram
*IAWW** Republic** Day Celebration*
*Saturday January 28, 2012*
Interlake High School 16425 NE 24th St, Bellevue, WA
*Annu Luthra - annuw5 at hotmail.com OR Amita Sall - amitasall at yahoo.com*
This is a free event for the community!
Suggested donation: $3 for members/$5 for non-members
For more information, please click
*A** Century (almost) of Ghalib's English Translations: A Historical and
*Thursday February 16, 2012*
*snodgras at uw.edu*
This paper examines the history of English translations of the Urdu ghazals
of Mirza Asadullah Khan Ghalib (1797-1869). The ghazal is one of the most
popular poetic genres in world literature. The ghazal couplets are two-line
long poems and pose a great challenge for translation. To introduce Ghalib
and his poetry into English has been attempted for almost one hundred
years. This paper offers a historical and comparative perspective on the
strategies employed by different translators in different times and for
different target audiences.
*Foreign Language And Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowships for 2011-2012*
FLAS Fellowships support undergraduate, graduate and professional students
in acquiring modern foreign languages and area or international studies
competencies. Students from all departments and professional schools are
encouraged to apply. FLAS Fellowships are available to U.S. citizens and
permanent residents. Contingent on funding from the U.S. Department of
Education, the South Asia National Resource Centers of the University of
Washington's Jackson School of International Studies will offer Academic
Year 2012-13 and Summer 2012 FLAS Fellowships in Bangla, Hindi, Persian and
Urdu. See linked page for info on possibilities of other languages during
FLAS Fellows receive:
Academic Year Graduate: $18,000 tuition, $15,000 living stipend
Academic Year Undergraduate: $10,000 tuition,$5,000 living stipend
Summer Graduate/Undergraduate: $5,000 tuition,$2500 living stipend
*For application and all other information, see *
*American Institute of Indian Studies*
The American Institute of Indian Studies welcomes applications for its
summer 2012 and academic year 2012-2013 language programs. Programs to be
offered include Hindi (Jaipur), Bengali (Kolkata), Punjabi (Chandigarh),
Tamil (Madurai); Marathi (Pune), Urdu (Lucknow), Telugu (Vizag), Malayalam
(Thiruvananthapuram) and Sanskrit (Pune) and Pali/Prakrit (Pune). We will
offer other Indian languages upon request. All academic year applicants
should have the equivalent of two years of prior language study. For
regular summer Sanskrit, we require the equivalent of two years of prior
study; for summer Bengali, Hindi and Tamil we require the equivalent of one
year of prior study. For summer Urdu, we require the equivalent of one year
of either Hindi or Urdu. We can offer courses at all levels, including
beginning, in other Indian languages for the summer. Summer students should
apply for FLAS (graduate students) if available for funding to cover the
costs of the program. Funding for Hindi, Bengali, Punjabi and Urdu may be
available through the U.S. State Department's CLS program (see
www.clscholarship.org). Academic year students are eligible to apply for an
AIIS fellowship which would cover all expenses for the program. AIIS is
also offering a fall semester program. We offer Hindi and Urdu at all
levels for the fall; we require two years of prior language study for other
languages for the fall.
*The application deadline is January 31, 2012. *
Applications can be downloaded from the AIIS web site at
www.indiastudies.org. *For more information:* Phone: 773-702-8638. Email:
aiis at uchicago.edu.
*2012 ANHS Senior Fellowship Program***
The Association for Nepal and Himalayan Studies (ANHS) invites applications
for support of short-term research or other scholarly projects that will
advance knowledge of the Himalaya-Karakoram-Hindukush mountain regions.
Applicants should be at the postdoctoral level or have equivalent
professional experience. The fellowship will support work focusing on any
aspect of Himalayan studies.
The application deadline is April 1, 2012 with an anticipated award date of
May 1, 2012*. The project or research must be completed by May 2013. A
non-refundable processing fee of US$30 must be included with the completed
application form. Please make checks payable to the Association for Nepal
and Himalayan Studies; payments may also be made via PayPal to
membership at anhs-himalaya.org.
The fellowship is open to all regardless of citizenship. The award for ANHS
members or scholars affiliated with ANHS member institutions will be
US$1,500. For all other scholars, the award will be US$1,250.
For Application Information and Procedure please visit
*Learn a South Asian language this summer!*
The South Asia Summer Language Institute (SASLI) based at the University of
Wisconsin – Madison is offering intensive summer courses in the following
South Asian languages: *Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Malayalam, Marathi,
Pashto, Sanskrit, Sindhi, Sinhala, Tamil, Telugu, Tibetan and Urdu*.
Applications for summer 2012 are now being accepted.
There are three funding options available to students:
1) $1000 Fee Remissions, indicate interest when submitting the SASLI
2) FLAS Fellowships, deadline *February 1, 2012*
3) SASLI Scholarships, deadline *February 1, 2012*
Further information about funding and the SASLI FLAS and Scholarship
applications can be found on the SASLI website at:
Apply to SASLI*
Instructions for submitting a complete application packet and the SASLI web
application can be found on the SASLI website at
If you have questions about SASLI, please review the FAQ pages on the web
site at http://sasli.wisc.edu/faq/index.html.
*Frank F. Conlon Fellowship in South Asia Studies*
The South Asia Center at the University of Washington announces, with
pleasure, the competition for the Frank F. Conlon Fellowship in South Asian
Studies. We invite applications from graduate students in all disciplines
who are engaged in the study of South Asia and who will be enrolled at the
University of Washington during the 2012-2013 academic year. The award will
be based on academic merit and financial need.
The Frank F. Conlon Endowed Fellowship in South Asian Studies honors
Professor Conlon’s contributions as a memorable teacher, who “linked the
everyday details of the lives of South Asians to a broad idea of
“civilization” as a dynamic and changing phenomenon that shapes human lives
and is shaped by human agency” and as a devoted educator, “who inspired his
students to appreciate their learning about the history and culture of this
vital area of the world, both for its inherent importance and as a mirror
to a better understanding of their own culture and human legacies”. The
fellowship is funded by generous donations from Ann and Harry Pryde, Marc
H. Pryde, Natalie A. Pryde, and Frank and Joan Conlon.
Applicants for the Conlon fellowship must qualify for financial aid in the
2011-2012 academic year. Applicants who have not yet applied for aid must
submit their Financial Aid application (
http://www.washington.edu/students/osfa/) before completing the Conlon
The Conlon Fellowship utilizes the same application as the FLAS Fellowship:
Application Deadline: January 17, 2012 at 5 pm PST
One fellowship of $7,000 will be awarded in the 2012-2013 academic year.
Applicants will be notified of committee decision in April, 2012.
*INDIA** ASSOCIATION OF WESTERN WASHINGTON SCHOLARSHIPS*
*For the Study of South Asia*
for 2012-2013 academic year (including summer, 2012)
The South Asia Center is pleased to announce the competition for the
awarding of the India Association of Western Washington Scholarships.
This competition is open to all University of Washington students who are
South Asia majors or who have demonstrated an interest in South Asia as
Three awards will be made (two undergraduate, one graduate), each in the
amount of $1000, for support of the awardee's studies summer and fall of
2012, and winter and spring of 2013.
*Undergraduate students* who are South Asia majors or who have demonstrated
a serious academic interest in South Asia by virtue of successfully
completing at least 20 credits of South Asia-related courses (of which no
more than 15 credits may be for language study).
*Graduate students* who are South Asia majors or who are pursuing graduate
level degrees with significant South Asia focus under the direction of
a South Asia program faculty member are eligible to apply for the graduate
*Requirements for application:* Any eligible applicant in either category
may apply by submitting a letter of application, a statement of purpose
indicating the significance of the study of South Asia for the applicant, a
plan of study for the 2012-2013 academic year, transcripts (reproductions
acceptable) for all post-secondary institutions attended, and a letter of
recommendation from a faculty member familiar with the applicant's South
Asia related coursework directly to the South Asia Center:
snodgras at u.washington.edu. Deadline: January 17, 2012.
Internship Opportunity for South Asian Students
The Washington Leadership Program (WLP) is pleased to announce that it is
accepting applications from high-potential South Asian college students for
the 2012 summer leadership program scheduled to take place from *June 9,
2012 to August 3, 2012*. The WLP cultivates the South Asian American
community's next generation of leaders by placing them in Congressional
offices or Government Agencies for eight-week summer internships and a
structured leadership-training curriculum. The students gain a firsthand
view of the policy-making and legislative process, as well as gain access
to high-profile South-Asian leaders in the nation's capitol. *Applications
are available online at *http://www.thewlp.com/wlp-2012-application.html. *The
deadline for submitting applications is January 20, 2012.*
All students who are either US citizens or legal permanent residents are
encouraged to apply. Selection to the WLP is highly competitive and not
limited to students pursuing majors in social sciences. The backgrounds of
past participants have ranged from medical school to art and business.
Interns will receive a total stipend of $1,500 and will be required to
complete 2-3 short writing assignments during the internship.
The WLP has over 180 alumni who have interned for notable elected officials
including Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY), Rep. Frank Pallone (D-NJ), Sen. Bill
Frist (R-TN), and Rep. Bobby Jindal (R-LA). Alumni from the program have
gone on to win Rhodes, Marshall, Fulbright, and Mitchell Scholarships, as
well as acceptances into top-flight medical, law, public policy, and other
post-graduate programs. Several alums are currently senior advisors to
government officials, and one is an elected representative from the State
For more information about the program, visit the WLP's website at
*Call for Papers: South Asia by the Bay *
*Graduate Student Conference at Stanford University on May 9-11, 2012 *
As South Asia experiences rapid and unprecedented transformation, both
scholarly and public interest in the region has grown dramatically in
recent years. A large new generation of graduate students working on South
Asia in the humanities and social sciences is in the process of rethinking
approaches to the study of South Asian culture, society, politics,
economics, law, history, literature, and the arts.
South Asia by the Bay is a brand new initiative based in the San Francisco
Bay Area. It aims to establish an annual forum where graduate students from
across disciplines and institutions in North America, who work on South
Asia, can meet to discuss their work with each other, and with South Asia
affiliated faculty from the organizing institutions (Stanford University,
University of California, Berkeley, University of California, Davis,
University of California, Santa Cruz).
In addition to thematic panels, the conference will feature four keynote
lectures by senior South Asia scholars, an interactive session with faculty
on the international job market in South Asian studies, film screenings,
art exhibitions, and social events for conference participants.
We invite papers and submissions under, but not limited to, the following
*Visual Culture and Public Aesthetics*
*Urban Life and Urban Process*
*Technology and Democracy *
*Minorities and the Quest for Political Recognition.*
*Social Marginality and New Forms of Capitalism*
*Origins and Legacies: History and the Present*
*Religious Life and Ritual Forms*
Other panel submissions on related themes and individual paper submissions
are also welcome.
*South Asia by the Bay* will cover costs of accommodation and conference
meals for conference participants.
Students who are interested in participating in the conference should
submit a one-page (300 word) proposal and one page CV to Bernadette White (
bmwhite at stanford.edu) by March 10, 2012.
For panels: Feb 15, 2012
Individual abstracts: March 9, 2012
Final papers: April 20, 2012
*Project for Interdisciplinary Pedagogy***
*2012-2013 Fellowship Opportunity***
The Graduate School Fund for Excellence and Innovation (GSFEI) and
Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences (IAS) at the University of Washington
Bothell are collaborating to offer a teaching fellowship for 4-6 doctoral
students who have been advanced to candidacy and are interested in the
theory and practice of interdisciplinary and interdisciplinary pedagogy.
Fellows in the Project of Interdisciplinary Pedagogy (PIP) work closely
with faculty mentors in IAS, participate in a day-long workshop focused on
interdisciplinarity and interdisciplinary course design and pedagogy, teach
one interdisciplinary course each quarter on the Bothell campus in an area
related to their teaching and research interests, and engage in quarterly
workshops with the other graduate students and faculty mentors in the
cohort. Further teaching opportunities during the 2013-2014 academic year
may also become available.
Fellows will be compensated at the appropriate annual Graduate Student
Service Appointment rate, including tuition waivers, and will receive an
additional stipend of $750 for their participation in the early fall and
quarterly workshops. *For more information about eligibility and
application procedures and the program itself, please go to the PIP website:
* http://www.uwb.edu/IAS/about/pip.xhtml. Or, feel free to contact the
co-directors of PIP for 2011-2012: Bruce Burgett (bburgett at uwb.edu), David
Goldstein (dgoldstein at uwb.edu), and Martha Groom (mgroom at uwb.edu).
*Deadline: January 23, 2012***
*The American India Foundation's William J. Clinton Fellowship for Service
in India *
The American India Foundation's William J. Clinton Fellowship for Service
in India is committed to developing the next generation of leaders. Through
AIF's 10 month fellowship in India, Clinton Fellows are equipped with a
practical, field-based knowledge of development. These fellows will become
life-long ambassadors for service to the marginalized & underserved in
India.The Fellowship pairs a select number of young professionals with
credible NGOs and social enterprises in India in order to accelerate impact
and create effective projects that are replicable, scalable, and
sustainable. Together, AIF's Clinton Fellows and development sector
leaders form dynamic partnerships to exchange technical skills and
knowledge, as well as their passion, commitment, and new ways of looking at
the world; ultimately transforming both the individual and organization.
*For Application and Information* click
Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs Announces New Fulbright Public
The Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs
<http://exchanges.state.gov/>announced the creation of the Fulbright
Public Policy Fellowship, a new
component of the Fulbright U.S. Student Program. The Fulbright Public
Policy Fellowship will allow U.S. citizens to contribute to the
strengthening of the public sector abroad by serving in professional
placements within foreign government ministries or institutions while
simultaneously carrying out an academic research/study project. The
fellowship will help advance public policy research agendas, fosters mutual
understanding and builds lasting ties between the U.S. and partner
Fulbright Public Policy Fellows will serve in partner country governments,
which include: Bangladesh, Cote d’Ivoire, the Dominican Republic,
Guatemala, Haiti, Jamaica, Mongolia, Nepal, Nigeria, Thailand, and Tunisia.
The State Department, partner country governments, and the Institute of
International Education will coordinate professional placements for
candidates in public policy areas including, but not limited to, health,
education, agriculture, justice, energy, environment, public finance,
economic development, housing, and communications. Candidates must be in
receipt of a master’s or J.D. degree by the beginning of the Fellowship
(Summer 2012) or be currently enrolled in a Ph.D. program. Applicants must
also have at least two years of work experience in public policy-related
fields. Final selection will be made by the Presidentially-appointed
Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board.
Applications will be accepted from November 4, 2011 through February 1,
2012. More information, including complete eligibility requirements, is
available at http://www.us.fulbrightonline.org. Please visit
http://us.fulbrightonline.org/applynow.html to apply. Fulbright Public
Policy Fellows will begin their assignments in summer/fall 2012.
*Media Contacts:* James A. Lawrence, LawrenceJA at state.gov, (202)
or John Fleming, FlemingJT2 at state.gov, 202-632-6454.
*THE DAMODAR R. SAR DESAI PRIZE FOR THE BEST LESSON PLAN ON SOUTH ASIA*
The Prize recognizes effective teaching of
India and South Asia in K-12 History-Social Science classrooms.
The Yadunandan Center at CSU Long Beach offers a prize of $1,000 to the
best lesson plan submitted that deals with the politics or culture of South
Asia in history or in the contemporary world.
Transportation costs will be covered so the winner can accept the prize in
person at the Yadunandan Center's annual Uka and Nalini Solanki Lecture,
March 1, 2012, delivered by noted author William Dalrymple.
The winning lesson plan and a profile of the author will be posted on the
Full information at
*Environment and Development in the Indian Himalaya*
In partnership with the Central Himalayan Rural Action Group (CHIRAG),
based in village Simayal, Nainital District, Uttarakhand state, students
examine the political economy of development in India and critically
reflect on the dynamics of formal and informal labor, environmental change
and integrated rural development. The Kumaun Himalayan region provides a
unique perspective to examine accelerated economic and environmental change
in relation to the regional, national and international contexts driving
this change. Each week eminent scholars and practitioners in natural
resource management, economic development, health, education, cultural
studies and the arts will present seminars and/or lead hands-on field study.
For more information visit: Environment and Development in Indian Himalaya
Study Abroad Program<http://jsis.washington.edu/soasia/ecologyprogram/index.shtml>:
*Bangla Language Instructor*
5 week period starting in mid- to late- February, 8 hours a day, 5 days a
week. Pay rate: $24.42 per hour. Location: Fort Lewis, WA.
Contact: Willis Counsel at 910-483-2881 X 475 <910-483-2881%20X%20425>,
or Willis.council at wwlr.com.
*HINDI-URDU LECTURER ANNOUNCEMENT*
The University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill invites applications for
a two-year renewable lecturer position in Hindi-Urdu language and
culture beginning July 1, 2012. We are seeking a skilled language
instructor with a commitment to a proficiency-based approach to
language teaching. Native or near-native fluency in Modern Hindi-Urdu
and English is required. College-level experience teaching Hindi-Urdu
to nonnative speakers is preferred. *At least an MA is required in
South Asian studies, Hindi/Urdu language and literature, or a related
*Responsibilities include:* teaching three courses per semester,
which may include introductory through advanced levels of Hindi-Urdu.
Ability to teach both the Nagari (Hindi) and Nastaliq (Urdu) writing
systems, and high proficiency in both, is required. Ability to also
teach courses in English on South Asian culture is preferred.
Experience using new technologies for Hindi-Urdu language teaching is
preferred. Duties will also include leading enrichment activities for
students outside of class, participating in the development of the
South Asian Studies program, and pursuing continuing professional
development in language instruction.
*Click on http://jobs.unc.edu/2502095 from any internet browser to
apply for the position. *
Submit a letter detailing teaching philosophy, CV, available sample
syllabi, and course evaluations online. Paper or email applications
will not be accepted. In addition, send a teaching DVD/video and have
three original, signed letters of reference sent to: Hindi-Urdu Search
Committee, Department of Asian Studies, CB 3267, 113 New West,
University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill NC 27599. Review
of applications will begin on December 23, 2011 and continue until the
position is filled. For additional information, contact
*hindiurdusearch at unc.edu*.
*Summer 2012 Instructor Hiring*
SASLI is now accepting applications for Summer 2012 Lecturer and Faculty
Assistant Positions in the following languages:
*Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Malayalam, Marathi, Pashto, Sanskrit, Sindhi,
Sinhala, Tamil, Telugu, Tibetan, and Urdu
All instructor positions will be filled based on enrollment, with Faculty
Assistant positions offered only as higher enrollments dictate. The
Position Vacancy Listings with more information and instructions for
applying can be found at the following links.
*For Lecturers:* http://www.ohr.wisc.edu/pvl/pv_072250.html
*For Faculty Assistants:* http://www.ohr.wisc.edu/pvl/pv_072247.html
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
*Community Mobilization Coordinator*
Chaya-API Safety Center is a community based nonprofit organization
supporting Asian, South Asian and Pacific Islander survivors of domestic
violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, and other crimes and working
to end violence and oppression in our communities. You can learn more
about Chaya (www.chayaseattle.org<http://cts.vresp.com/c/?APIWomenFamilySafety/445b62c3ce/b844c1a4c1/821e7d516f>)
and the API Safety Center
on our websites.
We are looking for a PT to FT Community Mobilization Coordinator, who will
work closely with South Asian Communities in the greater Seattle-King
County metropolitan area.
· Motivated, energetic, handle priorities, complete projects, and meet
deadlines both independently or as part of a team.
· Excellent written and oral communication skills.
· Ability to interact with diverse groups of people.
· Deep understanding of women’s and/or experience and interest in issues
of violence against women.
· Experience with community organizing is a plus, especially in
faith-based or ethnic communities.
· Familiarity and experience working with South Asian communities.
· Proficiency in Microsoft Office software and the use of the internet.
· Ability to work flexible hours (including many evenings and weekends).
· Reliable transportation.
· Fluency in Punjabi, Urdu/Hindi, or Bengali a plus, however if you are
bilingual or bicultural in any South Asian, Asian or Pacific Islander
language, you are encouraged to apply.
The Community Mobilization Coordinator will begin as a flexible part-time
position (20-30 hours a week) with the potential to become a full-time
position. The position will be eligible for health and other benefits.
*Please send your resume and a thoughtful cover letter to*
director at chayaseattle.org or to the address below:
Chaya; P.O. Box 22291; Seattle, WA 98122
Deadline: January 15, 2012. Priority will be given to those applications
received by December 31, 2011.
*Wright** State University**, History*
*Assistant Professor, Asian History*
Institution Type: College / University
Location: Ohio, United States
Position: Assistant Professor
The Department of History at Wright State University invites applications
for a tenure-track position in the history of South Asia or East Asia in
the 19th-and/or 20th-centuries. Candidates should hold (by August 16, 2012)
a Ph.D. in history or relevant interdisciplinary area, preferably with a
focus on China or India, and be committed to interdisciplinary work;
interest in faculty exchange programs preferred. The successful candidate
will help expand a growing, college- wide Asian Studies emphasis and will
teach Regional Studies courses in the Core program as well as upper-level
and graduate classes.
Please submit a cover letter describing your research interests and
teaching experience and a curriculum vitae by *December 1, 2011*, for first
*Materials must be submitted electronically to*:
https://jobs.wright.edu/postings/4594. In addition, please send 3 letters
of recommendation to Prof. Kathryn Meyer, Chair, Asian History Search
Committee, Department of History,
Wright State University, Dayton, OH 45435. Wright State University is an
Equal Opportunity Employer.
Contact: Carol Herringer
Primary Category: Asian History / Studies
*Posting Date: 10/24/2011*
*Closing Date 01/18/2012*
Gwinnett College, School of Liberal Arts*
Institution Type: College / University
Location: Georgia, United States
Position: Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Full Professor
In anticipation of increases in enrollment for the 2012-2013 academic year,
Georgia Gwinnett College (GGC) invites applicants for faculty positions in
History (Indian Subcontinent) starting August 1, 2012.
The successful candidates will be expected to teach the world history
and/or US history survey courses as well as courses within their
specialties. Applicants should demonstrate significant innovations in
teaching, superior service to the institution, and established research
credentials. Commitment to building a new college is also essential. GGC
emphasizes a student-centered learning environment. Faculty will be
expected to teach lower-division courses in addition to upper-division
courses. Founded in 2005, GGC is the 35th institution of the University
System of Georgia. GGC is a premier 21st century four-year liberal arts
college accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges & Schools. With
a current enrollment of over 8,000 students, GGC expects within
two years to exceed 10,000 students, including both residential and
commuter students. Located in the greater Atlanta metropolitan area, GGC
provides a student-centered, technology-enriched learning environment.
Gwinnett County (pop. 780,000+) is home to a variety of businesses,
including organizations involved in health care,
education, and information technology.
*SALARY:* Commensurate with education and experience with excellent
*Minimum Qualifications:* Ph.D. in history
Specialty in Indian Subcontinent. Period of specialization is open.
Candidates should have at least 18 graduate hours in history courses.
*MUST APPLY ONLINE TO*: jobs.ggc.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=51641
REVIEW OF APPLICATIONS WILL BEGIN IMMEDIATELY
Questions: apply at ggc.edu
GGC website: www.ggc.edu
*IAWW Information and Assistance Specialist—Immediate Opening*
The job will be performed as a contract between IAWW and ACRS under
I&A Services will be provided to seniors of Indian community in King
Verbal and written proficiency in English and at least one of the three
prominent languages of India - Hindi, Punjabi, Gujarati - is required.
The fee for service shall be $15 per hour.
The numbers of hours of service may vary in any week with an average of 20
hours per week.
The work will also involve local travel by personal car and visiting
clients as necessary.
A good working knowledge of Microsoft Office and database applications is
For a more detailed information about job duties and requirements, please
If you are interested in this opportunity and qualify for it, please send
your resume immediately by email to iawwsenior at hotmail.com or at the
Dr. Pran Wahi
IAWW Seniors Program
3639 Martin Luther King Jr. Way South
Seattle, WA 98144
Associate Director and Outreach Coordinator
South Asia Center, Box 353650
Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195-3650
e: snodgras at uw.edu
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