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Caring for Our Common Home: Sustainable, Healthy, Just Cities & Settlements - Rome, Italy, June 13-17, 2016

 
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Caring for Our Common Home: Sustainable, Healthy, Just Cities & Settlements - Rome, Italy, June 13-17, 2016
by Alessandra Casu - Tuesday, 19 April 2016, 12:10 PM
 

Student Scholarships & Volunteer Positions
Application Deadline ­ May 1, 2016
53rd IMCL Conference on
Caring for Our Common Home:
Sustainable, Healthy, Just Cities & Settlements
Rome, Italy, June 13-17, 2016


A limited number of Student Scholarships for Ph.D. students, and Volunteer Positions for Graduate students are available. Both positions waive the student registration fee.
This Conference will be a landmark event, with an unprecedented gathering of world-renowned experts in planning, urban design, public health, architecture, social sciences, and allied fields. Please see the website for more details -

http://www.livablecities.org/conferences/53rd-conference-rome

Scholarships waive the registration fee. They do not offer funds towards expenses. Scholarships and Volunteer positions are not available for junior presenters.
Volunteers can attend all the sessions they choose. Most responsibilities are in helping set up and run registration on June 13 and following days; monitoring entrance to conference sessions and events; and helping to man the publications table. Volunteer positions offer great access to speakers and exhibitors.
Volunteers need to be at the conference location on Monday morning, June 13th to help set up, review the detailed program for the sessions they wish to see, and sign up for helping as their schedule permits.
We are also looking for 2 volunteers to act as conference photographers, recording informal social events, keynote speakers, tours and special events.
Interested students should send their resume, a short statement (250 words) why the conference is of interest to them, and to which program they are applying (Scholarship or Volunteer) before May 1st to suzanne.lennard@livablecities.org