June 29, 2003 - RPCV COS: The Unofficial Peace Corps China Homepage

Peace Corps Online: Directory: China: Peace Corps China : RPCV China Groups: June 29, 2003 - RPCV COS: The Unofficial Peace Corps China Homepage

By Admin1 (admin) on Sunday, June 29, 2003 - 6:10 pm: Edit Post

The Unofficial Peace Corps China Homepage

The Unofficial Peace Corps China Homepage

Welcome to the “Officially-Unofficial Peace Corps China Website”. This is your only site for information about the real “Peace Corps China Experience”. These are the opinions, experiences, and general ramblings of re-adjusting Returned Peace Corps China Volunteers (RPCV) , which should be taken with a grain of Zigong’s famous salt.

This site is designed for Returned Peace Corps China Volunteers, Current China PCV’s, and Prospective China PCV’s. My goal is to provide a link between China RPCV’s all over the world and provide a much-needed source of information for the prospective China PCV. So, check out the links and enjoy your virtual trip to China!

Some postings on Peace Corps Online are provided to the individual members of this group without permission of the copyright owner for the non-profit purposes of criticism, comment, education, scholarship, and research under the "Fair Use" provisions of U.S. Government copyright laws and they may not be distributed further without permission of the copyright owner. Peace Corps Online does not vouch for the accuracy of the content of the postings, which is the sole responsibility of the copyright holder.

Story Source: RPCV COS

This story has been posted in the following forums: : Headlines; RPCV COS Group; COS - China



By Joshua Posner ( on Sunday, March 19, 2006 - 2:46 pm: Edit Post

March 19, 2006
The University of Wisconsin-Madison is poised to win a National Science Foundation Grant to work with the Chinese Academy of Sciences in the area of Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Livelihoods in NW Yunnan. The series of research studies are focused on this area where expanding agriculture, ecotourism and national parks are colliding. People with a background (BSc or MSc) in biology or one of the agricultural sciences that might be interested in persuing an interdisciplinary PhD program should contact Dr. Joshua Posner (jlposner@wisc.edu). Fluency in Chinese is an advantage. Their letter of inquiry should include a resume, university GPA and recent Graduate Record Exam scores.

Add a Message

This is a public posting area. Enter your username and password if you have an account. Otherwise, enter your full name as your username and leave the password blank. Your e-mail address is optional.