The Centre for India and South Asia Research invites submissions for the 2015 Prem Goel Memorial Award. The annual award of $1000 is given to the UBC graduate student judged to have the most promising research program related to South Asia. All students pursuing an MA or PhD at UBC-Vancouver are eligible. Submissions due by 4 pm on Friday, October 23 and should be sent to email@example.com. For more information, click here.
Professor Benjamin J. Cohen from the University of California, Santa Barbara talks about the international competitiveness of a currency, and whether the Yuan has the potential to surpass the US Dollar in the foreseeable future. Join us on Friday, October 9th at 12:00 PM for a light lunch prior to the talk. See the event page for the RSVP link and further details!
It is now official: our own Professor Pitman Potter has just been elected as the new Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada! Please join us in congratulating Professor Pitman for his amazing scholarship, teaching, and leadership! Click here to read more.
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