Posts Tagged ‘college or university students’

UFL Scholarly Achievement Award for 2011

The deadline for University Faculty for Life’s Scholarly Achievement Award in Creative Writing, Literary Criticism, or Research is quickly approaching.  Thanks to generous anonymous donors, the prize amounts for this year’s contest have been doubled.  Two documents about the contest are available for your use: a flyer suitable for newsletter reproduction and another document which […]

Pro-Life Science and Technology Conference

Conference organizers are seeking submissions for this year’s Pro-Life Science and Technology Conference to be held at the Engineers Club in Dayton, Ohio on Saturday, 10 September 2011.  This annual conference is an ideal venue for students who wish to expand their academic portfolio with peer-reviewed presentation and publication opportunities.  Faculty colleagues and students involved […]

Celia Wolf-Devine: scholarship on the life issues

Students who desire a deeper understanding of the philosophical bases of the life issues and academics who wish to demonstrate the diversity of perspectives within the pro-life movement may want to review Dr. Celia Wolf-Devine’s website: http://www.celiawolfdevine.com.

Ethical stem cell research

Colleagues involved in stem cell research or students writing papers on the topic may find information on the John Paul II Stem Cell Research Institute website helpful.   Donations to The John Paul II Stem Cell Research Institute are tax-deductible.  Please check the institute’s website for more information: http://jp2sri.org/.

Censorship at Carleton University

Students are apparently being censored at Carleton University in Ottawa.  Officials say that the life-affirming positions of Carlton Lifeline conflict with an anti-discrimination passage in university policies which considers abortion only in terms of “a woman’s right.”  Carleton Lifeline can exist only if the group’s constitution is altered to reflect the university’s compulsory perspective on […]

African-American conference deadline extended

The National Association of African-American Studies has extended the deadline for submittal of abstracts through November 18, 2010. Please encourage persons interested in attending the conference in Baton Rouge in February 2011 to submit their abstracts by the new deadline. Further information can be found on the organization’s website: http://naaas.org/ .