Thursday, 1 January 2009
The project is called:
Education for Sustainable Development 2009
ESD China is an innovative program in local high schools to educate students about key topics of Sustainable Development. It aims to inspire action owards a sustainable future, through facilitating an educational experience amongst students helping them understand key values which a sustainable society is based upon. It was established by AIESEC and Plan International in Jan 2007. ESD China is one of the most developed projects in AIESEC Mainland China. It runs in 4 cities - Beijing, Shanghai, Xi'an and Tianjin, which are the most fantastic cities in China.
What will you do there?
1. Gaining professional training from Plan International about sustainable
2. Selecting specific topics under the sustainable development umbrella and
preparing the lesson plan with your team mates;
3. Teaching high school students about sustainable development;
4. Participating in school activities like global village, Art Festival, etc, to present your country and the unique culture;
5. Organizing the impact report seminar in the final week of the traineeship, to get high school, students, sponsors and partners involved to the program, to enlarge the
1. One year free online Chinese course;
2. Volunteering opportunity in local charities;
3. Regional AIESEC Conference in late March, mingle with 300 plus people;
4. Regular social activities connecting other trainees, alumni and local members;
5. Study tour to places of interest.
Accommodation - you will live in school dorm or home-stay in AIESEC member or local student's house. Food - provided by school. Internship starts on March 1st, 2009 with 2 months duration.
Apply before January 31st.
Ask for the application form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vice President of Outgoing Exchange
AIESEC Universitas Indonesia
Email : email@example.com
Phone : +62 21 7872256/57
Fax : +62 21 7872256/57
Mobile : +62 817 998 1859
PhD Studentship, Fisheries/Environmental Geostatistics, CMRC, University College Cork, Ireland
A funded PhD studentship to participate in research funded under the EU FP 7 Coralfish Project is available. This project will conduct an assessment of the interaction between cold water corals, fish and fisheries, in order to develop monitoring and predictive modelling tools for ecosystem based management in the deep waters of Europe and beyond.
Deadline : 16 January 2009
The successful applicant will work on developing tools for identifying and mapping areas likely to contain essential/preferred fish habitat. The main focus of this research will be on the use of geostatistical analytical techniques and simulations to investigate the relationships between fish population distributions and environmental parameters. (See http://eu-fp7-coralfish.net/fish_habitat_utilisation_WP7.php for further information).
The candidate will benefit from working in conjunction with staff in the Geomatics & Marine Ecology teams at the Coastal and Marine Resources Centre, UCC, and will be formally supervised by Dr Michael Cronin in the Department of Statistics, School of Mathematical Sciences, UCC. The appointment will be for 3 years and the gross stipend will be €20k per annum. In addition fees will be covered for EU candidates and a travel budget is available for presenting outcomes at international conferences.
Ideally the successful candidate will possess a Masters or equivalent degree, in addition to an honours degree (Grade 2.1 or higher), in a biological science/mathematical sciences/geomatics discipline. To be considered for interview, candidates must have demonstrated numerate skills and aptitude in geostatistical techniques, as well as experience of working with large spatio-temporal datasets and Geographic Information Systems. An interest in fisheries management is highly desirable.
Please address requests for further information and applications for the position to:
Mr Gerry Sutton,
Coastal & Marine Resources Centre,
University College Cork