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2011 East Asia and Pacific Summer Institutes (EAPSI) program and is accepting applications

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has recently announced the 2011 East Asia and Pacific Summer Institutes (EAPSI) program and is accepting applications for U.S.graduate students to do research in Australia, China, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, Singapore or Taiwan for 8 weeks in the summer of 2011. The Summer Institute in Taiwan (SIT) program is a joint program between the NSF and the National Science Council (NSC) in Taiwan. The program provides opportunity for U.S. graduate students to go to Taiwan in the summer for eight weeks to participate in research projects in the areas of their studies at the participating host institutions. Since 2000, NSF and NSC have supported over 100 graduate students. The important highlights of the 2011 EASPI program are: (1) NSF’s stipend to each participant is $5,000, plus International round-trip airfare to the host location (2) candidates must be US citizen or permanent resident, (3) must be enrolled in a US graduate program by the deadline date, (4) EAPSI supported field of Study: • Biological Sciences • Computer and Information Science & Engineering • Education (Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics) • Engineering • Geosciences • Mathematical & Physical Sciences • Social, Behavioral, & Economic Sciences • Environmental Research • Multidisciplinary Research The deadline for submitting application is November 10, 2010. I would appreciate it if you would help post the news at your association’s website and relay this message to your colleagues and friends and encourage graduate students to apply for the Summer Institute in Taiwan program. Detail information is available at NSF’s webwww.nsfsi.org. The website of SIT in NTHU also provides more details about the program in Taiwan, http://sit.web.nthu.edu.tw. If you have any question regarding this program, you may contact my office, Ms Pauline Lin, 202-895-1934 or Jennifer Chen 202-895-1936. Thank you. Hsin-Hsiung Chang, Ph.D. Director, Science & Technology Division TaipeiEconomic and Cultural Representative Office in the U.S. (TECRO) TEL: (202) 895-1930, FAX: (202) 895-1939, Email: dc@tecrosd.org

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