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  • The National Endowment for the Humanities has released its 2012 fellowship guidelines and deadlines. For more information, please clickhere.

  • The Chicago History Museum is accepting internship applications for junior, senior, and graduate students interested in technical development or human-computer interaction design. At the internship, the chosen student will work on the museum's website and web projects. The application deadline is Feb. 29, 2012. To apply or to learn more, please click here.

  • A research stipend award competition for $3,000 to fund research trip costs for an extended research at the UCLA TV Archives is available to faculty and graduate students with strong research proposals. For more information on the competition, please click here.

  • FASPE (Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics), in collaboration with The Museum of Jewish Heritage—A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, is now accepting applications for a fellowship designed to challenge graduate students in journalism to consider contemporary ethical issues using the conduct of journalists in Nazi Germany as a framework. The application deadline is Jan. 6, 2012. To apply or to learn more about the fellowship program, please click here or visit the FASPE website.

  • The Tennessee Transit Training Center is accepting applications for a paid internship in marketing/public relations with the public transit district in Clarksville, Tenn. The internship will pay $10 an hour for up to one year for an advanced undergraduate or graduate student skilled in marketing and public relations. For more information, please contact Jeanie M. Shaw, state coordinator, at jshaw@mtsu.edu or visit http://www.mtsu.edu/_tttc.




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