The Fujitsu Asia Pacific Scholarship (Fujitsu Scholarship) Program, sponsored by Fujitsu Limited, provides financial assistance for postgraduate education and cross-cultural management training to participants from the Asia-Pacific region. Fujitsu Limited, an international leader in information technology, telecommunications, semiconductors and electronics that is headquartered in Tokyo, established the Fujitsu Scholarship to commemorate its 50th anniversary in 1985.
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Hone your leadership vision with this specialized program, delivered by JAIMS, in the wonderful setting of Honolulu, Hawaii. The diverse student body and rigorous curriculum will stretch you to be your best, and prepare you to lead your organization to success in the 21st Century.
The Society of Civil War Historians solicits nominations for the Tom Watson Brown Book Award for books published in 2010. The $50,000 prize is awarded annually to the author of the outstanding book on the causes, conduct, and effects, broadly defined, of the Civil War. All genres of scholarship within the field are eligible, including, but not exclusive to, monographs, synthetic works presenting original interpretations, and biographies. Works of fiction, poetry, and textbooks will not be considered. Jurors will consider nominated works’ scholarly and literary merit as well as the extent to which they make original contributions to our understanding of the period.
Stephen V. Ash, Professor of History at the University of Tennessee, will chair the prize jury. The other members are Carol Reardon, George Winfree Professor of American History at the Pennsylvania State University, and Stephen Berry, Associate Professor of History at the University of Georgia. Tad Brown, President of the Watson-Brown Foundation, will serve as a non-voting member of the jury.