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NIH recognizes McLean Hospital for 'outstanding' research

The Harvard-affiliated McLean Hospital has been recognized by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for its outstanding psychiatric research program. McLean houses the largest research program of any private U.S. psychiatric hospital, and was identified as the 16th largest recipient of NIH grant support in a recent ranking.

Thesis fellowships available from World Religions center

Funding for undergraduate theses on religion is available from the Center for the Study of World Religions. The deadline is April 15. Juniors in any Harvard College program whose senior thesis research will focus primarily on the study of religious phenomena may apply. The award consists of a stipend of $1,200, which may be applied to any research-related expenses, including travel or special language study. Application forms are available at the Center. For information, call 495-4495.

French literary magazine extends deadline

The Harvard French Literary Magazine, sponsored by the French Club, is looking for submissions from any students in the Harvard community. Poetry and prose in French or pertaining to Francophone culture and art will be accepted. The deadline for submissions has been extended to April 13. Those interested in being included on the French Club's mailing list, should subscribe to frenchclub@hcs.harvard.edu.

Applications accepted for Fellowships in Ethics

The Program in Ethics and the Professions invites applications for Resident Fellowships in Ethics and Faculty Fellowships in Ethics for the academic year 1999-2000. Six fellowships will be awarded to teachers and scholars who wish to develop their competence to teach and write about ethical issues in business, education, government, law, medicine, public policy, and social science. The fellowship extends from September to June. The deadline date for applications is Thursday, Dec. 17, 1998.

To request an information packet and an application cover sheet, call 495-1336 or send e-mail to ethics@harvard.edu.

 

 


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April 09, 1998
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NIH recognizes McLean Hospital for 'outstanding' research

The Harvard-affiliated McLean Hospital has been recognized by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for its outstanding psychiatric research program. McLean houses the largest research program of any private U.S. psychiatric hospital, and was identified as the 16th largest recipient of NIH grant support in a recent ranking.

Thesis fellowships available from World Religions center

Funding for undergraduate theses on religion is available from the Center for the Study of World Religions. The deadline is April 15. Juniors in any Harvard College program whose senior thesis research will focus primarily on the study of religious phenomena may apply. The award consists of a stipend of $1,200, which may be applied to any research-related expenses, including travel or special language study. Application forms are available at the Center. For information, call 495-4495.

French literary magazine extends deadline

The Harvard French Literary Magazine, sponsored by the French Club, is looking for submissions from any students in the Harvard community. Poetry and prose in French or pertaining to Francophone culture and art will be accepted. The deadline for submissions has been extended to April 13. Those interested in being included on the French Club's mailing list, should subscribe to frenchclub@hcs.harvard.edu.

Applications accepted for Fellowships in Ethics

The Program in Ethics and the Professions invites applications for Resident Fellowships in Ethics and Faculty Fellowships in Ethics for the academic year 1999-2000. Six fellowships will be awarded to teachers and scholars who wish to develop their competence to teach and write about ethical issues in business, education, government, law, medicine, public policy, and social science. The fellowship extends from September to June. The deadline date for applications is Thursday, Dec. 17, 1998.

To request an information packet and an application cover sheet, call 495-1336 or send e-mail to ethics@harvard.edu.

 

 


Copyright 1998 President and Fellows of Harvard College