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2014 Best Journal Article Prize open for entries!

The CSC and the Taylor & Francis Group are delighted to announce that the 2014 Best Journal Article Prize is now open for entries. More information about the Taylor & Francis Commonwealth Scholar Best Journal Article Prize Eligibility To enter the 2014 Best Journal Article Prize, you must: Be currently studying for a PhD, OR Have […]

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Vacancies: Chair and Commissioners

The Secretary of State for International Development is looking to appoint a Chair and up to four new members of the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission in the UK. The Chair of the Commission is responsible for a range of functions which help to ensure that the United Kingdom delivers a high quality and relevant contribution to […]

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Salman Ahmad WCY 2014

Representing youth in the World Conference on Youth 2014

Salman Ahmad is a 2013 Commonwealth Shared Scholar from Pakistan, currently completing a Master’s in International Business at the University of Liverpool. Salman had the opportunity to take part in the World Conference on Youth 2014, and reflects on the outcomes of the conference. In the first week of April 2014, I received an email about […]

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2013 entrants – Taylor & Francis Commonwealth Scholar Best Journal Article Prize

2013 winner Dr Adam Lewandowski (2009 Commonwealth Scholar from Canada, DPhil Cardiovascular Medicine, University of Oxford) Preterm Heart in Adult Life: Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Reveals Distinct Differences in Left Ventricular Mass, Geometry, and Function, Circulation (Volume 127, Issue 2, 2013) 2013 entrants Dr Mosabber Ahmed (2008 Commonwealth Scholar from Bangladesh, PhD Signal Processing, Imperial College […]

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Commonwealth Shared Scholar flocks to New Zealand to continue lamb research

Antoinette Simpah Danso is a 2011 Commonwealth Shared Scholar from Ghana. She studied MSc Meat Science and Technology at the University of Bristol. Antoinette’s MSc project was on the effect of various slaughter methods on the quality of lamb meat. She explains: ‘While slaughter methods have become more humane in the developed world due in […]

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Representatives of the Wales, Northern Ireland and South West Regional Networks standing in front of the Glamorgan Building on King Edward Avenue, Wales with conference keynote speakers: Her Excellency Aloun Ndombet-Assamba, Jamaican High Commissioner to the United Kingdom (left in the first row) and Professor Iain Borden, Vice-Dean of Communication, Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment, University College London (right, first row)

Regional Networks work alongside Cardiff University to enhance the researcher experience

‘Removing the Divide: Respecting and Understanding Cultures’, the postgraduate interdisciplinary conference, took place on Friday 20 June 2014 at the School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University. The conference was the culmination of a series of events promoting interdisciplinary research exchange, and was one of the first collaborations between three of the eight Commonwealth Scholars’ Regional Networks. […]

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