Southern Illinois University Carbondale Daily Egyptian Diversity News Archive (Southern Illinois University Carbondale)
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Egyptian19690930Yugoslav; Egyptian19690930Yugoslav.tif
Egyptian19690930Yugoslav; Egyptian19690930Yugoslav.tif
TitleEgyptian19690930Yugoslav; Egyptian19690930Yugoslav.tif
Original Publication SourceDaily Egyptian
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TranscriptYugoslav student internship opens
A meeting for those students Interested In an Internship program In Yugoslavia Involving rural change
will be at 7:30 p.m. Thursday
In the Communications
Lounge.
The Internship program is
sponsored by a Smithsonian
Institute Foreign Currency
Grant and Involves any graduate student or last quarter
senior In any discipline who
wishes to complete research
In rural change.
Five SIU students will be
selected for the program
whose purpose Is to "investigate the dynamics of change
in rural areas, specifically at
sites undergoing development
via the constnjctlon of all
weather roads and to provide
a relevant learning experience for American and Yugoslav students preparing for
careers allied to development."
According to Theodore Bulla, assistant professor of agriculture industries, students
from all disciplines are invited to apply for the Internship. There are no study fields
close to the research project.
The Internships will be
granted on a competitive
basis. Applications for the
program will be accepted until Oct. 8 with the selection of
interns to be announced in
late October by the Interna
tional Services and Congressman Kenneth R. Gray,
D-2!st district.
At Thursday's meeting
there will be discussion of
program particulars, student
application and selection procedures. A short Yugoslav
slide presentation will accompany the question and answer session.
If unable to attend the meeting, for Information contact
Theodore Bulla, Room 226,
Agriculture Building. 453-
2421.
LanguageEnglish
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