SCHOLARSHIP: Roundup

1.Category: Research Based Scholarship: IGLP Residential Fellowship Program, Harvard Law School 2019-20, USA Description: Institute for Global Law & Policy, Harvard Law School is offering the scholarship to encourage the development in international law, society and political economy. Eligibility: Doctoral or postdoctoral scholars who are currently pursuing research in the areas of global law, economic policy and social justice. Prizes & Rewards: Stipend, shared office and related resources like computer and printer. Last Date to apply: February 22, 2019 Application Mode: Online applications only. Short Source URL: http://www.b4s.in/TME/IRF4 2. Category: Talent…

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SCHOLARSHIP: Roundup

1.Category: Talent Based Scholarship: Breakthrough Generation Fellowship 2019 Description: Breakthrough Institute is inviting applications from to-be and young graduates, and post graduates for this 10-week fellowship on three main issues; Energy, Conservation and Food&Farming. Eligibility: The fellowship is open to final year graduates, college graduates and postgraduates from any country. Prizes & Rewards: CAD 600 per week and considered for full-time employment at the end of the fellowship. Last Date to apply: February 12, 2019 Application Mode: Online applications only. Short Source URL: http://www.b4s.in/TME/BGF3 2. Category: Talent Based Scholarship: Nuclear…

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PayScale’s VIP blog Roundup: need to You Ever Take a Low-Ball earnings provide?

you realize you should negotiate income, however occasionally it is tough to act on what you realize. different times, you do your first-rate to drive up the offer, to no avail: it is both take the gig, and deal with the low pay, or stay placed. (And if you’re unemployed, that can be a especially tough option to contemplate.) This week’s roundup appears at what one professional says approximately taking decrease gives, plus how to inform whilst it’s time to search for a brand new task, and a few hints…

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PayScale’s VIP Blog Roundup: How to Be a Superhero Manager

“I have to go to work tomorrow,” a friend of mine recently informed me. “And the worst part is, I’m still not Batman.” For most of us, work is a far cry from superheroics, unless you count being able to endure an interminable meeting without sighing a feat of strength. (And sometimes, it is.) But as the lead story in this week’s roundup shows us, being good at managing is a superpower – but one you can develop over time, with no origin story required. Read all about that, plus…

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