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The university of Sydney recently advertised a scholarship for Vet Science - one of the listed preferences was for male applicants. This was naturally followed by every entitled female on campus screeching 'sexism' ... because when men get a leg up, it's unacceptable discrimination. Regards, Bearing. ► Bearing's music | http://bearing.bandcamp.com ► Twitter | http://twitter.com/bear_ing ► Minds | http://minds.com/Bearing ► Blog | https://thisisbearingsblog.com ► 2nd channel | http://bit.ly/2h2pidW ► Live streams channel | http://bit.ly/2gDePZf Support this channel via Patreon http://patreon.com/user?u=2628137 Support this channel via PayPal https://www.paypal.com/au/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_flow&SESSION=PeoLmOGXXMA13HkACT9Jrrs3HppCeKTmnL5kiQAC1zQU9-jlnG5DuXczl7C&dispatch=5885...
A video responding to/ adding to/ inspired by Bearing's video on the same article in the Sydney Morning Herald My channel and all my output is supported via Patreon and the four pledged videos I make each month (this one is unpledged btw but the time to record and ended was funded via my patreon donations). To add your support please visit: http://www.patreon.com/noelplum99 In summary, at the University of Sydney a scholarship fund has been set up with a remit that gives preference to male applicants. The response from some quarters has been to regard a scholarship aimed at men as unacceptable and "horrific", despite numerous scholarships already being awarded to female students in preference. Here are your links: The article in the Sydney Morning Herald: "Sydney University defends new...
What are you waiting for? Now is the time for you to commit to a program completely focused on helping you achieve success as a male dancer. Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet's Male Scholarship Program gives aspiring male dancers ages 14 to 19 the extraordinary opportunity to be selected to receive a scholarship that provides two years of uninterrupted proven ballet training. To learn more about the 2014-2015 CPYB two-year Male Scholarship Program or the CPYB Men's Program, visit www.CPYB.org/mens-program .
A Texas non-profit is offering scholarships to white men only. The organizer says there are too many offers out there that exclude white men.
You start here. Now is the time to commit to a program completely focused on helping you achieve success as a male dancer. Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet's Male Scholarship Program gives aspiring male dancers ages 14 to 19 the extraordinary opportunity to be selected to receive a scholarship that provides TWO YEARS of uninterrupted proven ballet training. To learn more about the 2015-2016 Male Scholarship Program or the CPYB Men's Program, visit www.CPYB.org/malescholarship.
- Overview of the BAE Male Scholarship Program. For full information go to www.BalletAcademyEast.com. - Faculty and Alumni Credits in order of appearance: Jenna Lavin, Joseph Malbrough, Darla Hoover, Maxim Beloserkovsky, Chase Finlay, Ariel Rose, Alejandro Andrade - Performance footage filmed at the Gerald W. Lynch Theater: "The Near Future" choreographed by Matthew Neenan, "Le Soleil Couchant" choreographed by Jenna Lavin - Directed by Sharif El Neklawy www.sharifelneklawy.com
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A CNN interview about scholarships for white students
n this multimedia feature, Neal A. Lester foregrounds his work in English and literature, reflecting on what it means to be a Black man in the academy and his experience navigating his identity in terms of research, service, and teaching. The video interview features Lester discussing his personal discovery of his passion for African American literature as well as the intricacies of navigating his identity as a scholar who is both Black and male in areas of scholarship typically led by Black women. Lester delves deeply into the emergence (and absence) of African Americans in children’s literature; how the values, beliefs, and norms of adults are reflected in children’s literature and illustrations; and the impact of Black children’s literature on identity development for Black boys and gir...
To apply this scholarship visit https://eng.si.se/scholarship/the-swedish-institute-study-scholarships/ Deadline: 16 Jan/10 Feb 2017 Study in: Sweden Course starts August 2017 Scholarship description: The Swedish Institute Study Scholarships (SISS) are awarded to students from selected countries for full-time master’s level studies in Sweden starting in the Autumn semester 2017. Host Universities/Institutions: Swedish Higher Education Institutions and Swedish Universities Level/Field(s) of study: Check the list of eligible master programmes for the academic year 2017-2018. Number of Scholarships: An estimated 335 scholarships will be available. Target group: Students from SISS-eligible countries: Category 1: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Burkina-Faso, Cambodia, the Democratic Repub...
donate to keep the channel going: http://patreon.com/shakaama follow me twitter: @shakaama facebook: shakaama or the shakaama live show instagram: shakaama linkedin: shakaama SHAKAAMA | FULL RIDE BLACK MALE STEM MAJOR SCHOLARSHIP Shakaama is reinstating his privately funded scholarship. you can donate to the scholarship.
SCHOLARSHIP FOR WHITE ONLY AND THE VP IS BLACK
This video highlights the 2017 recipients of the Diablo Black Men's Group Scholarships, which are given to African American Male students graduating from high schools in Alameda and Contra Costa counties. During the video, each scholarship recipient discusses what receiving a scholarship award for the DBMG means to them. from the school of each DBMG Scholarship recipient is included in this video. In addition to the video testimonials, images of the high schools where each of the each of the recipients' attended are included in the video. For more information about the DBMG, visit us at www.dbmg.org. The DBMG is a 501 (c) (3) organization.