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United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC) Fellowship Program 2017. Deadline May 21, 2017

United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC) Fellowship Program 2017


The United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC) Fellowship Program is currently accepting applications. The deadline to apply is the 21 May 2017.

“The UNAOC Fellowship Program aims at fostering intercultural exchange and interfaith understanding by engaging with emerging leaders and young professionals from Europe, North-America (EUNA), the Middle East and North-Africa (MENA). Framed around two-week exchange trips between EUNA and MENA countries, the Program sends participants from each geographic area to their counterparts’ region.” (UNAOC) The program will take place during October or November. All expenses are covered by the program.

To be considered for the fellowship, applicants must be from the U.S., Canada, a member country of the Council of Europe, Belarus, the Middle East or North Africa and be fluent in English. In addition, prospective fellows must have been born between January 1, 1982 and December 31, 1992, to be considered. A valid passport at the time of departure is also required.

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For Texans, a new “Water On-the-Go” mobile app


The new “Water On-the-Go” mobile app gives the public easy access to current conditions in streams across Texas. This product was developed by the U.S. Geological Survey to help raise water awareness during both floods and normal conditions.

The new, mobile-friendly website/app allows users to quickly locate USGS gages in Texas that measure streamflow, stream height, rainfall or lake levels so that users can get up-to-date information on water conditions near where they are located. The app provides critical data during flood events and can also be used by recreationalists to help determine the best places or times to go boating, fishing or hiking.

The app offers three ways to view streamflow or other data, including, using your phone’s GPS system, clicking on an area of interest, or searching for a physical location. Results show what is happening in streams and lakes near you and how quickly conditions are changing around you.

Texans can go to and bookmark the link today.

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Emily C. Wild
Librarian (Physical Scientist)
U.S. Geological Survey, Denver Library
Denver Federal Center

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