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[CSL] Fellowships in Graz: STS; Gender; Genomics; Sustainability

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Joanne Roberts <[log in to unmask]>

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Interdisciplinary academic study of Cyber Society <[log in to unmask]>

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Wed, 8 Oct 2003 09:33:03 +0100

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From: Shobita Parthasarathy [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: 07 October 2003 15:57
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Fellowships in Graz: STS; Gender; Genomics; Sustainability



>>
>> > Dear Researchers and scholars,
>> >
>> > From: REINHARD WÄCHTER <[log in to unmask]>
>> > {--}
>> >
>> > INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED STUDIES on Science, Technology and Society
>> > (IAS-STS), Graz - Austria
>> >
>> > Appologies for crossposting! We ask you to forward this information to
>> > persons, who could be interested!
>> >
>> > Dear Madam or Sir, we would like to announce the
>> >
>> > FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMME 2004/2005 (deadline for applications: 15 January
>> > 2004)
>> >
>> > The Institute for Advanced Studies on Science, Technology and Society
>> > (IAS-STS) offers five grants (EUR 1,000.- per month) for fellowships at
>> > the IAS- STS in Graz starting 1 October 2004, ending 30 June 2005.
>> >
>> > The IAS-STS promotes the interdisciplinary investigation of the links
>> > and
>> > interactions between science, technology and society as well as
>> > research
>> > on the development and implementation of socially and environmentally
>> > sound technologies. The IAS-STS provides the necessary research
>> > infrastructure, while a number of guest lecturers and workshops foster
>> > an
>> > atmosphere of creativity and scholarly discussion.
>> >
>> > The grants of the fellowship programme 2004/2005 are dedicated to
>> > projects
>> > investigating the following issues:
>> >
>> > 1. Gender ­ Technology ­ Environment
>> >
>> > Women with their various interests, competencies and potentials play
>> > important parts in the process of shaping socially sound and
>> > environmentally friendly, sustainable technologies ­ be it as users and
>> > consumers, or as experts. Applications should focus on research in the
>> > field of women in traditionally male fields of engineering, on ways of
>> > creating cultures of success for women engineers (students, graduates),
>> > and on masculinity and the culture of engineering.
>> >
>> > 2. Ethical, Legal and Social Aspects of Genome
>> > Research and Biotechnology
>> >
>> > A main focus of the grant scheme lies on the analysis of ethical, legal
>> > and social aspects of genome research. Research projects are expected
>> > to
>> > provide a better understanding of life sciences in concrete
>> > socio-cultural
>> > contexts of their fabrication, application and regulation. Researchers
>> > investigating risk issues are especially encouraged to apply.
>> >
>> > 3. Technology Studies and Sustainability
>> >
>> > Grants will be awarded for research projects contributing to the issue
>> > of
>> > sustainable development from the perspective of social studies or the
>> > history of science and technology. Projects should aim at
>> > socio-economic
>> > aspects of environmental technologies or at strategies of environmental
>> > technology policy, such as user participation, strategic niche
>> > management
>> > or ecological product policy. We encourage both theoretical analysis
>> > and
>> > practically oriented case studies.
>> >
>> > The grant application must be submitted together with an application
>> > for a
>> > fellowship to the IAS-STS.  Prof. Arno Bamme, Director of the IAS-STS,
>> > decides on the awarding of fellowships and grants in consultation with
>> > the
>> > Scientific Advisory Board.
>> >
>> > Please note that it is also possible to apply for a fellowship without
>> > a
>> > grant or to apply for a short- term fellowship without grant (not
>> > longer
>> > than one month: Visiting Fellows). We also encourage senior scientists
>> > to
>> > apply as guest lecturers.
>> >
>> > Closing date for applications is 15 January 2004.
>> >
>> > For application forms and further information:
>> > Please visit our website: www.sts.tu-graz.ac.at
>> > Institute for Advanced Studies on Science,
>> > Technology and Society (IAS-STS)
>> > Attn. Guenter Getzinger
>> > Kopernikusgasse 9
>> > A-8010 Graz ­ Austria
>> > E-mail: [log in to unmask]

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