Global Initiatives Fall Events at Ross Business School

International Internships for Undergraduates
Thursday, September 18th
6:00-7:30pm, Blau Auditorium
Learn about various global internship opportunities available through U-M and Ross.
Hear stories from undergraduates who have recently completed overseas internships.
Global Initiatives International Showcase
Friday, September 19th11:30am-1:00pm, R0240
Join us as the 2014 Global Initiatives international course students and internship
program participants enlighten the Ross community on their experiences abroad.
2015 Global Opportunities for Undergraduates
• Information Session I: Friday, October 3rd
11:30am-1:00pm, W0750
• Information Session II: Friday, October 24th 12:00-1:30pm, R2220
Do you want to study abroad this year? Attend one of the information sessions to learn about Global Initiatives study abroad and internship opportunities for 2015, the application process, funding options, and more.
Global Intern Information Session
Friday, November 7th
11:30am-1:00pm, R0240
Interested in a business internship abroad? Meet the international internship
coordinators and learn more about Global Initiatives Study and Intern Programs.
Connect with Ross Global Initiatives:
Visit the Global Initiatives office on the 3rd floor of Wyly Hall during
walk-in advising hours: Tuesdays 10am-noon, Wednesdays 1-3pm
Facebook: “Like” Ross Global Initiatives
Twitter: @global_ross
Instagram: @rossglobalinitiatives, #rossglobal


Job opening at the U-M International Center: Education Abroad Coordinator

The University of Michigan International Center is currently seeking applicants for an Education Abroad Coordinator. The posting, along with application instructions can be found here

Applicants must apply via the above website in order to be considered. The deadline for applications isSeptember 2, 2014.


A cover letter is required for consideration for this position and should be attached as the first page of your resume. The cover letter should address your specific interest in the position, and outline skills and experience that directly relate to this position.


The International Center’s Education Abroad Coordinator advises for–and manages peer-advising services for–a broad spectrum of education-abroad opportunities, including study, work, internships, volunteer and post-graduate opportunities abroad.  The Education Abroad Coordinator also administers an international internship and service program, and develops presentations to inform U-M students about education-abroad opportunities.   The position requires advanced knowledge of education-abroad opportunities; demonstrated ability to take initiative and work independently; excellent oral and written communication skills; excellent administrative, organizational and problem-solving skills; attention to detail; the ability to adapt to rapidly changing demands and priorities; and a commitment to excellent customer service.  The Education Abroad Coordinator is an FLSA exempt position which reports to the Assistant Director for Education Abroad.

Fulbright English Teaching Assistantships

Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship (ETA)

Fulbright ETA grantees are placed as assistants to English teachers at the primary, secondary, or university level. Placement is typically part-time and an additional independent project is expected.

Fulbright ETAs:

  • Are not necessarily required to have teaching experience (varies by country)
  • Are placed outside of capital cities
  • Assist approx. 20 hours per week in class
  • Serve as American cultural ambassadors
  • May pursue individual study/research plans in addition to ETA responsibilities

Schedule an appointment with ETA advisor Heather Johnson, U-M International Institute.


To apply for this program through the U-M Ann Arbor campus, applicants must:

  • be U-M students, alumni, or staff;
  • be U.S. citizens;
  • have completed an undergraduate degree by the beginning of the award; and
  • demonstrate the language skills necessary to complete the proposed project.
  • Enrolled students are required to apply through U-M.

The University of Michigan campus deadline is September 8, 2014 at noon. Those who wish to benefit from the campus interview must submit complete applications by the campus deadline (September 8). Those who wish to forgo the benefit of the interview may still apply through U-M by the national deadline (October 14).

Campus deadline: September 8, 2014 at noon. Apply Now

For more information see International Institute’s webpage at

P&G Fall Recruiting

Recruiting events:

This season, P&G CMK will be recruiting on campus in September and October.  P&G CMK will be holding both open recruiting events as well as a few exclusive, invite-only recruiting events on campus for high-potential intern candidates. If you would like to be considered for any invite-only events:

1)      Submit your resume to AND

2)      Take the online assessments ( (use Job ID # CMK00000969) by September 17th.

Resume Drop and Interview Timing:

Following our recruiting events in September and October, final intern resume drop deadline is October 24th. P&G CMK will be conducting internship interviews in early November. Please note that this is earlier than in years past.

CFP: 22nd International Conference of Europeanists, ‘Contradictions’

Deadline: October 10, 2014

The 22nd International Conference of Europeanists will take place in Paris July 8-10, 2015. Centered around the theme of “Contradictions,” the 2015 conference will act as a forum for research that considers the many potential futures of Europe. 

In many historical moments, Europe’s futures have seemed not simply open and uncertain, but replete with contradiction. Similarly, in contemporary Europe, the responses of both ordinary Europeans and the continent’s collective institutions to the challenges posed by crisis again constitute a series of contradictions—many of which reiterate large questions from Europe’s past, while also affecting the ability of social forces to imagine possible futures.
Today, Europe is a space within which the principle of social solidarity appears firmly rooted, yet also one in which the politics of austerity threaten to erode welfare state commitments. It is a context in which supra-national institutions and transnational social connections have progressed far, but also the scene of substantial efforts to reassert nationalism. It is a setting in which many are disenchanted with mainstream politics, yet also challenged by the possible growth of new movements. These and other tensions manifest themselves in individual lives, social relations, institutions, and collective projects.

Thus, for its 2015 conference, the Council for European Studies (CES) invites proposals for panels, roundtables, book discussions, and individual papers that examine such opposing tendencies and, facing forward, consider the many potential futures emerging from the European crisis. We encourage proposals in the widest range of disciplines, and, in particular, proposals that combine disciplines, nationalities, and generations. Although it is not mandatory that papers be related to the conference theme, papers that do so are especially welcome. The Committee will accept only two submissions per person as attendees may only present in a maximum of two sessions.

We strongly encourage participants to submit their proposals as part of an organized panel. Full panel proposals will be given top priority in the selection process by the Program Committee. Participants may find it useful to connect with like-minded scholars through the growing number of CES Research Networks.

Proposals may be submitted from August 18 to October 10, 2014. Participants will be notified of the Committee’s decisions by December 18, 2014.

Visit the 2015 conference page to read the “Call.”

For further information, please see

Course: Certificate in Applied Literary Translation

Deadline: August 21, 2014
Dalkey Archive Press, a leading publisher of literature in translation, now invites applications for the fall session of its online Certificate in Applied Literary Translation, which is offered in collaboration with the Center for Translation Studies at the University of Illinois.
Designed to help young translators who have completed their formal education and are ready to take the next step in their careers, the program is open equally to native and non-native speakers of English. It will provide extensive experience in both translation and publishing, and training in how to work with editors to complete a publishable translation.
The expected outcome of the program is that Dalkey Archive will publish the participants’ first book-length translation and thus far, 26 participants of the previous sessions have had their translations published or are currently working to complete them.
The deadline for applications is August 21, 2014. The start date of the program is September 22, with the duration of 12 weeks. 
For further information, please see

Fulbright U.S. Student Program


Fulbright Deadline: September 8, 2014

The Fulbright U.S. Student Program has opened its application for placements starting in September of 2015. The Fulbright program offers study/research grants as well as English teaching assistantships in countries across Eastern Europe. More information on specific placements, awards, and the application process can be found at:

The internal deadline through the University of Michigan is September 8, 2014. Information on the University’s application process and upcoming information sessions can be found at: