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Please register for the conference in the DeRosa Center. Download the conference program here. The conference theme is "Transnational Asias. We invite participation by university faculty and researchers, graduate and undergraduate students, and independent scholars. The conference is open to students and scholars from around the world.
Entrants must present their paper at the conference to be eligible for the award. To enter a paper for consideration for the prize, please: Register for the conference. Submit a brief letter of nomination from your academic advisor to conference organizer grohlf pacific.
Submit the paper itself to grohlf pacific. Best known for her work in Korea, based on more than forty years acquaintance begun as a U. Peace Corps Volunteer, Kendall is the author, co-author, editor, or co-editor of ten books and many journal articles including Shamans, Housewives, and Other Restless Spirits: Kendall will speak at our banquet on Saturday, June 6.
We will discuss options and pathways to combining museum and university research during graduate school, and museum and university work afterward. Students in different disciplines, working on projects related and unrelated to museums and material culture, are welcome to attend.
Interested students should contact Leksa Lee achmiele uci. Sign up soon, as space is limited. Excursion to Wat Dharmararam, Friday June 5th 6: Stockton is home to one of North America's largest Cambodian immigrant and Cambodian-American communities. Wat Dharmaram Monastery and Temple was founded in to serve and care for this community and to preserve Cambodian heritage through education, art and outreach.
Led by an abbot and home to 6 monks, the monastery is well known locally for its Buddhist statue garden and its annual Cambodian New Year's festival. An established part of the local community, Stocktonians are accustomed to seeing Wat Dharmararam's saffron-robed monks out and about in the community.
Our excursion to the monastery will be led by University of the Pacific Professor Tanya Storch who will introduce and explain the monastery's art and architecture, with special focus on its highly regarded statue garden.
After a minute guided tour of the grounds, garden and temple led by Professor Storch, guests will have a minute conversation with the abbot and monks facilitated by a translator.
The motor coach will depart the University of the Pacific campus at 6: Guests will board the coach just outside alumni house, and will be returned to the Hilton or the residence halls.
The deadline for proposal submissions has passed.SPE events bring together oil and gas professionals from across the globe to discuss technical innovations and advancements in petroleum recovery. The annual conference of Asian Studies on the Pacific Coast (ASPAC) in will be hosted by the University of the Pacific on June , , in Stockton, California.
The Federal Reserve Banks of Cleveland, Philadelphia, and Richmond are issuing a call for papers for the Policy Summit on Housing, Human Capital, and Inequality, which will be held June 18–19 in Pittsburgh. The conference brings together researchers and practitioners interested in economic.
BOONE—Feb. 10 is the deadline for a call for papers and panel presentation proposals for the 10th Annual Conference in World History and Economics to be held in April 10 - . Research papers related to all areas of Accounting, Banking, Finance, Economics, Management & Marketing are invited for the above int'l conference offering publication opportunities in int'l peer reviewed, Scopus,Ulrich Indexed & ERA listed journals.
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