[TSA-UCLA] Fwd: INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ARTICLE SCHOLARSHIP COMPETITION

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> From: President of UCLA TSA <tsa.chairman at gmail.com>
> Date: May 10, 2010 1:36:06 PM PDT
> To: TSA Mailing List <tsa.ucla at gmail.com>
> Subject: Fwd: INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ARTICLE SCHOLARSHIP COMPETITION
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> From: Stephen Smith <stlsmith at aief-usa.org>
> Date: Mon, May 10, 2010 at 1:30 PM
> Subject: INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ARTICLE SCHOLARSHIP COMPETITION
> To: tsa.chairman at gmail.com
>
>
> Hello:
>
> Please kindly share this information about the international student  
> scholarship competition with your association's members
>
> Thank you very much!
>
> Warm regards,
> Stephen Smith
> AIEF
>
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> AIEF’S ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ARTICLE SCHOLARSHIP COMPETITION
>
> The American International Education Foundation (AIEF) is pleased to
> announce its Annual International Student Article Scholarship
> Competition for international undergraduate and graduate students who
> are studying full-time at a U.S. college or university.
>
> Article Requirements
> The article must be written by an international student enrolled
> full-time at a U.S. college or university, either at the undergraduate
> or graduate level. Articles should vividly describe the international
> student’s experiences and activities, including academic pursuits,
> at a U.S. higher education institution. Tips on campus life or working
> experiences are particularly welcome. Articles may range from  
> 400-800 words,
> and 2 to 3 high-resolution photos with captions to illustrate the  
> article are also
> required.
>
> Scholarship Awards
> Scholarship awards ranging from $200 to $500 will be awarded to the
> authors of the winning articles. The articles submitted will be  
> reviewed
> and chosen by the UScampus Guide editorial staff for printing in
> UScampus Guide, a publication of the American International Education
> Foundation (AIEF). The selection process for determining the winning
> articles includes an evaluation by the editorial staff of Uscampus  
> Guide
> as well as input from readers.
>
> Free copies of the UScampus Guide are distributed in China, Taiwan,
> Korea, Singapore, Thailand, and other regions in Asia to meet the  
> needs of students
> who are interested in obtaining up-to-date information about  
> studying in
> the USA.
>
> Article Submission
> In order to be considered for publication in the FALL 2010 edition of
> the UScampus Guide, articles with photos must be submitted no later  
> than
> JULY 1, 2010 via email to Guide at uscampus.com. AIEF reserves the
> right to review and edit submissions for content and length. All
> submissions become the sole property of AIEF.
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> Stephen L. Smith
> Director, Washington Metro Area Office
> American International Education Foundation
> 416 Hungerford Dr., Suite 300A
> Rockville, MD 20850
> Ph. (240) 453-9488
> Fx: (240) 453-9487
> Email: stlsmith at aief-usa.org
> Web: www.aief-usa.org
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