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Call for Papers: International Conference on Sustainable Development in Business Tourism and Sciences at Boston

Date: 11th to 13th June 2015 Boston, United States of America Deadline for abstracts/proposals: 28th February 2015 Welcome to ICBTS2015 the best workshops for academic researcher Lecturer student in presenting discussion share idea in new research for development our works focus on business marketing finance banking tourism hospitality social science & technology. This conference several academic as follow : - International Business and Economics Research Conference - International Tourism and Hospitality Research Conference - International Transport Logistics and Supply Chain Research Conference - International Technology and Sciences Research Conference - International Engineering and Industrial Research Conference - International Education and Teaching Research Conference - International Human Resource Research Conference Website: http://www.icbtsconference.com/14613191/call-for-paper

6th Annual ASMEA Conference

TRAVEL GRANTS 2013 6th Annual ASMEA Conference Tides of Change: Looking Back and Forging Ahead in the Middle East & Africa November 21-23, 2013  Key Bridge Marriott Hotel * Washington, D.C. We are pleased to announce a new travel grant of up to $500 to professors and students who wish to attend our upcoming 6th Annual Conference.  To apply for the ASMEA Travel Grant: •           Applicants must be engaged in ongoing study of the Middle East or Africa and enrolled in a Ph.D. program (preferably with M.A. complete), or serve in a post-doc capacity, or serve as a visiting/ adjunct/ assistant professor teaching a minimum of two courses per semester •           Each grant may be used to cover hotel, conference registration, transportation, and related costs. •           Applications must be accompanied by a paper proposal for the conference. Paper proposals must be relevant to the regions of study and represent new and un-published research. Students may