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Canada-Brazil Joint Research Awards -funding for travel

The Canada-Brazil Awards – Joint Research Projects support exchanges of research teams collaborating on bilateral research projects. The projects must engage in collaborative research in mutually beneficial areas of research that is of benefit to both Canada and Brazil. Applicants must clearly explain the advantages of the partnership for both countries, and indicate if a joint peer-reviewed article or book publication is anticipated upon completion of the project.

Call for summer field school proposals for 2020

CIP is looking for academic departments and faculty to offer 3-6 week international field schools in summer 2020. Fields schools are based on a collaborative partnership which brings faculty expertise and collegial connections together with CIP’s experience in financial and risk management, and central on-line application system. Essentially, departments provide the academic content and teaching and CIP assists with logistics and some supportive funding. Deadline for proposals is May 17, 2019. Information and forms are below.

Applications for Global Affairs Canada Scholarships open

Applications for funding to bring short-term undergradate, graduate and faculty/staff to Guelph for research or study through the ELAP, CARICOM, ASEAN and CHILE scholarship programs is now open. For details go to the GAC scholarships page on the Centre for International Program website.

Study, Research and Language funding for visits to China

Please share the following scholarship opportunity for Canadians with your network.

Global Affairs Canada and the Chinese Ministry of Education are offering study, research and language-training scholarships in China for the 2019-2020 academic year. Scholarships are for 2 to 12 months between September 2019 and August 2020.

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Intercultural Competency for Teaching and Learning

This workshop is intended for faculty and instructors who are interested in developing skills for navigating cultural difference in their classrooms, labs, supervisory duties or other teaching/learning environments. The session will provide participants with their own personalized, confidential assessment of their current strengths and challenges around navigating difference and an individualized, Intercultural Development Plan to assist in further developing their intercultural skills. 

International Policy Ideas Challenge

SSHRC is pleased to partner with Global Affairs Canada on the second International Policy Ideas Challenge, which seeks to tap into Canada’s emerging scholars and graduate student talent for international policy ideas. Postdoctoral fellow and graduate students in the social sciences and humanities are invited to put forward short policy proposals on emerging trends and issues affecting key priorities in Canadian international policy.

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