Volunteer Positions at Karatina University in Kenya

Academics Without Borders has two volunteer positions with Karatina University (Kenya) on a project to develop an open and distance learning program at the institution. Karatina University is seeking two volunteers, an Instructional Designer/Blended Learning Specialist and a Software Engineer to assist with aspects of the development and implementation of the program. All expenses are paid. You can access […]

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Djavad Mowafaghian Fellows

On September 15, 2016, AWB issued its first Call for Proposals to academics at universities in AWB’s new Network of universities. The academics were asked to submit proposals for projects at developing world universities in which they were involved that fall under AWB’s mission and which originated from the universities with which they were working. […]

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Grant from the Djavad Mowafaghian Foundation

AWB is pleased to announce a grant from the Djavad Mowafaghian Foundation of $20,000 each year for two years. The grant will be used for ten Djavad Mowafaghian Foundation Fellowships. The Fellowships are for volunteer expenses for projects, which come through Network academics and become AWB projects.

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Academics Without Borders’ Network

Academics Without Borders is pleased to announce that it has established a Network of universities. AWB’s Network is a consortium of universities, which helps each member institution to connect with institutions of higher education in some of the least developed countries in the world. Universities pay a modest annual fee for belonging to the Network […]

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AWB Reception in Vancouver, B.C. Canada Oct 20th

You are cordially invited to attend a wine and cheese reception on Oct 20th Wosk Centre of Dialogue 320 Strategy Room 580 Hastings St. Vancouver, British Columbia. Information about the reception can be found here. Please RSVP to Liz Gagne, lgagne@awb-usf.org by October 14th. Come to the reception to find out about Academics Without Borders […]

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