If you are graduating, please be aware of deadlines for submitting thesis/dissertation paperwork. This table is posted on the Graduate School website at all times and lists future gradaution terms too.
Registration for spring classes will begin November 5th. Please look in your MyNIU student center for your specific date and time of registration.
The Responsible Conduct of Research, (RCR) Forum Series will host a talk on Human Subjects Research in the Heritage Room at the Holmes Student Center on January 28th. See details.
The Center for Governmental Studies (CGS) is hiring a Research Assistant. See job description.
Eileen Setti has written a cover article, "The Future is Now, Creating the Sustainable Nonprofit" for the September issue of Peoria Magazine.
Thomas Rhoden has published an article in Democratization entitled "The Liberal in Liberal Democracy". View article.
Thomas also has two recent publications with academic online reviews. "Atheism in Myanmar: The Case of Census Question #7" in The Indo-Pacific Review and "Thailand's Oligarchs Are Fighting" in New Mandala.
Michael J. Pomante II and Scot Schraufnagel have written a book entitled, Historical Dictionary of the Barack Obama Administration, 2014 Roman Littlefield.
Benjamin Bingle, Scot Schraufnagel, Micki Chulick and C. Kenneth Meter. 2013. "Unwelcome News: Nonprofit Scandal." In C. C. Kenneth Meter, Lance J. Noe, Garry Frank and Jeffrey A. Geerts, eds., Nonprofit Management and Leadership Case Studies. Des Moines: Millennium HRM Press.
Iqra Anugrah has a newly-published book chapeter in an edited volume on Asian Social Landscapes. The chapter is entitled "Ethno-religious Sentiments and Representations in the Dynamics of Jakarta's Urban Landscape". Edited by A. Mani and published by Swarnadvipa Publishing, Singapore.
Maureen Lowry Fritz, Dr. Scot Schraufnagel and Dr. Michael Buehler have written an article "Voter Turnout in Democratizing Southeast Asia: A Comparative Analysis of Electoral Participation in Five Countries." Taiwan Journal of Democracy. Forthcoming July.
Graduate students who will be traveling to professional meetings and conferences are encouraged to submit proposals to the Graduate School for travel funds assistance. See proposal eligibility and application deadlines here.
The New School for Social Research in New York is accepting papers for their Fifth Annual Radical Democracy Conference. Deadline for paper and panel abstracts is January 25, 2015. See details.
Western Law University in Ontario, Canada is inviting students to submit papers for their spring conference in May. The theme is "Law: Helping Hand or Iron Fist?" View submission details here. Deadline for submission is January 15, 2015.
Cornell University's Southeast Asia Program is accepting abstract submissions for their 17th Annual Graduate Conference next spring. The abstract submission deadline is Decmeber 15th and full papers are due February 15th. See details.
Re:locations: Journal of the Asia-Pacific World is inviting submissions for a special issue in Spring 2015. This journal is a peer reviewed journal published online. Deadline for submission is December 15, 2014. View details.
Travel oversees for free during summer 2015 and co-lead a group of students on an ISV Volunteer project. ISV is looking for graduate students to serve as University Leaders for a minimum of two weeks. See details.
The Association for Asian Studies is conducting a workshop called "Religion and the State in Asia" in Chicago next March. It is intended to bring together doctoral students who are developing dissertation proposals. Application deadline is January 5th. See website for details.
Last updated 4:15 p.m. 11.21.14