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Appels aux étuduants - Cours d'été Situer la Science

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Call for Students - Situating Science Summer School

We invite applications from graduate students not already familiar with History and Philosophy of Science (HPS)or Science and Technology Studies (STS) for this 5 day summer school near Kingston, Ont.

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
SITUATING SCIENCE SUMMER SCHOOL 2014:
SCIENCE IN HUMAN CONTEXTS
(www.SituSci.ca)

June 22-26 2014
Elbow Lake, Ontario, Canada
 
 
Deadline for applications:
Monday, April 14, 2014
 
Organizer
Sergio Sismondo, Professor of Philosophy and Sociology, Queen’s University
 
Coordination Assistance

Conference: Science Communications 2013

Banff, July 21, 2013 - August 3, 2013. Application deadline: March 31, 2013

Science Communications 2013
Faculty: Jay Ingram - Program Chair, Mary Anne Moser - Director, Rob Davidson, Maggie Koerth-Baker, Henry Kowalski, John Rennie
Program dates: July 21 - August 4, 2013
Application deadline: March 31, 2013
 
“The program gives you a new way of seeing science… and yourself.”
Carolyn Brown, Science Communications alumnus
 

Anthropology, Sociology, Science & Technology Studies Postdoctoral Research Fellow

15 March 2013: Novel Tech Ethics Post-Doc for one year, renewable up to two years, on a(CIHR) grant, Emerging Health Researchers and the Commercialization of Academic Science.

Overview: We are seeking a Post-Doctoral Fellow (PDF) to work for one year, renewable up to two years, on a research project funded through the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) grant, Emerging Health Researchers and the Commercialization of Academic Science.

Rotman Summer Institute 2013: Foundations of Statistical Mechanics

The institute will take place between Sunday, July 14 and Saturday, July 20, on the shores of Lake Huron.

Each year the Rotman Summer Institute brings graduate students together with exceptional faculty from around the world to focus on a topic of special interest.

This year’s institute is aimed at fostering an understanding of conceptual issues in the foundations of statistical mechanics.  The goal for students is to come away from the course prepared to engage the philosophical literature on the foundations of statistical mechanics at a professional level.

Six Fully Funded Philosophy PhD Studentships at Durham University

The deadline to be considered for funding is 18th February 2013

AHRC AWARDS
The department of philosophy at Durham University will award two fully funded AHRC PhD studentships (fees+maintenance) in the 2013-14 cycle. We will consider eligible candidates in any field of Philosophy that complements the expertise of our staff's research expertise in:

 Aesthetics
 Applied Phenomenology
 Ethics
 History and Philosophy of Science and Medicine

York University Graduate Program in Science & Technology Studies now accepting applications

Deadline for applications is 30 January 2013

The Graduate Program in Science & Technology Studies (STS) at York University, Toronto, is now accepting applications for its MA (full and part-time) and PhD programs.

Program Assistant Job Posting: Canadian Centre for Ethics in Public Affairs

The Program Assistant provides administrative support to the General Manager and Executive Director

Title of the Position: Program Assistant

Reports to: General Manager of CCEPA

The New London MSc Programme @ Science and Technology Studies

Interested in a year's masters study in London, and a chance to work with exceptional museum collections in London such as the National Maritime Museum and the Science Museum?

UCL is proud to announce the launch of new MSc programmes. (I say "new", but they draw on decades of experience teaching large and popular masters courses in the history, philosophy and sociology of science, most recently with our friends and colleagues at Imperial College)

Named Professorship in the History and Philosophy of Science

Review of applications will begin on January 15, 2013.

The Departments of History and Philosophy at Wichita State University invite applications for the Curtis D. Gridley Professor in the History and Philosophy of Science. The position is a joint position in the departments of History and Philosophy, with a one-course teaching responsibility in each department each semester. The appointment will be made at the advanced associate or full professor level.