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Spring/Summer 2008

Deadline April 23, 2008

Application Cycle Timeline:
For applicants who will conduct their work from the period between May 2008 and August 2008:

  • April 11 -- U.S. National Commission for UNESCO opens call for applications
  • April 23, 7 p.m. -- Deadline for proposals to be received by U.S. National Commission for UNESCO
  • April 28 -- Subcommittee meeting to produce initial top candidates and conduct phone interviews, as needed
  • May 2, 11 a.m. -- Closed Federal Advisory Committee Act call to determine recommendations of final top candidate and alternates.
  • By May 5 -- Announcement of recipient(s) by Executive Director of U.S. National Commission for UNESCO
  • May 19-20, 2008 – Annual Meeting of U.S. National Commission for UNESCO in Washington, DC; tentative presentation by recipient(s) on expected travel
  • Summer/Fall 2008 – Recipient(s) provides summary report of experiences
For applicants who will conduct their work in Fall/Winter 2008, an early summertime call for applications will take place and deadline will be set.


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