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Friday, December 11, 2015
MESSAGE FROM DR. TOBIN
 
Fall 2015 is already coming to a close. It's been a whirlwind of a semester with many notable speakers and events, as well as teach-ins and lectures. MES is thrilled to continue a tradition of exemplary programming to support a diverse and rich set of course offerings. 
 
As you head out for the break, this is a great time to start planning for summer 2016. Take a look at scholarship and workshop opportunities, early semester events, and spring course offerings below. It's going to be a wonderful spring semester!

Good luck with final exams and papers. See you all in 2016!
 
 
Dr. Sarah Tobin's office hours are Mondays 2:00-4:00 p.m. You can also contact her to make an appointment.
MES Announces Research Travel Grant Recipients!

          
Sophie Kasakov                   Ahmed Elsayed                    Malay Firoz    

For more information, visit the MES website.
VIEW ALL MES X-LISTED COURSES FOR SPRING 2015
SPOTLIGHT ON CONCENTRATORS

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Check out the MES website for features on some of our concentrators!
VISIT THE MES WEBSITE FOR UPCOMING SPRING EVENTS
SCHOLARSHIPS AND OPPORTUNITIES

Middle East Studies Undergraduate Fellowship
Deadline: April 15, 2016
MES is pleased to announce two competitive Undergraduate Fellowship awards for the academic year 2016-2017. Rising seniors writing an Honors Thesis and concentrating in Middle East Studies are eligible to apply. 
For more information, visit the ME
S website. 
 
LIBRARY RESEARCH WORKSHOPS
 
Multimodal Writing with Scalar
December 15, 3 PM; December 16, 12 PM
Rockefeller Library, Digital Scholar Lab
 
NIH Public Access Policy
January 14, 12 PM; January 22, 12 PM
Hecker Center
 
Managing Publications for NIH Compliance
January 27, 12 PM
Hecker Center
 
NSF Public Access Policy
January 29, 12 PM
Hecker Center