AZRIELI FOUNDATION GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP IN HOLOCAUST STUDIES
The fellowship is to be awarded through competition on the basis of *academic excellence* to a full-time master's or doctoral students whose research is in the area of destruction of European Jewry in the 20th century. The fellowship is renewable through competition once at the master's level and three times at the doctoral level. *For 2010/2011 the fellowship is valued at $7,500.* We ask the Institute and Departments concerned to solicit applications from their pool of students. A sample application is attached for your use, the Institute reserves the right to make any changes to the application. The Director of the Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies and the Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Science together will act as adjudicators. Once the selection is made, *please complete the Department Justification form and forward it with the student's application and all supporting documents ** to our office by* *September 30th.* Once this is received we will ensure that the student is notified and payment of the award is made. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at local 3816 or by email. Thank you for your assistance in this matter.
Bridgette Arrindell, Graduate Awards Advisor
Internal Awards School of Graduate Studies
M106 Concordia University 1455 De Maisonneuve West Montreal, Quebec H3G 1M8 514 848-2424 ext. 3816
Department Justification Form
Scholarships at The Concordia Institute for Canadian Jewish Studies
We are happy to announce that we are accepting applications for the 2010-2011 fellowships and awards offered by The Concordia Institute for Canadian Jewish Studies. This year sees an increase in the value of the Naïm Mahlab Fellowship and the Romek Hornstein Memorial Award, as well as the introduction of the Yaacov Zipper Fellowship. Awards of up to $7,500 are offered for graduate research at Concordia University.
*Institute Fellowships in Canadian Jewish Studies* $5,000 - $7,500 for research on the Canadian Jewish Experience.
*Yaacov Zipper Fellowship* $1,000. Work on Jewish Studies. (Open to non-Concordia University students).
*Naïm Mahlab Fellowship* $7,500 for M.A. and Ph.D. research in Canadian Jewish Studies. (preference for work related to anti-Semitism and its roots)
*Romek Hornstein Memorial Award* $3,100 for M.A. and Ph.D. work in any area of Jewish Studies.
*Wetstein Fellowship* $1,250 for M.A. and Ph.D. research work in Canadian Jewish Studies.
Deadline for 2010-2011 applications: *30 April 2010* Application forms are downloadable from: www.concordia.ca/jchair
Olivia Ward, Assistant to the Chair Concordia Institute for Canadian Jewish Studies
Tel: (514) 848-2424, ext. 8760, Fax: (514) 848-8776 www.concordia.ca/jchair
Samuel Bronfman Building, Room 215, 1590 Dr. Penfield Avenue, Montreal
*Mailing address:* SB-215, 1455 de Maisonneuve West, Montreal, QC, H3G 1M8, Canada Chair of Institute: Dr. Norman Ravvin
FRSQ offers international internships for master's and doctorate students
This program is designed to enable master's and doctoral students in Quebec to fine-tune their knowledge or acquire new techniques through a special international research internship, preferably in countries or regions deemed priorities in Quebec's international policy or within international agreements. This program is conditional on final approval by the Quebec government. Applications may be submitted at all times; the duration of internships is from two to six months; the amount of the award is $2,500 per month, including travel costs (maximum of $15,000). For more information on this opportunity, please go to the following link: http://www.frsq.gouv.qc.ca/en/publications/frsq_actualites/fevrier_2008/stag es.shtml
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BURSARIES FOR INCORE SUMMER SCHOOL AND ROUNDTABLE (Deadline 23 April 2009)
INCORE (International Conflict Research Institute) based at theUniversity of Ulster in Northern Ireland, and associate site of the United Nations University, is please to offer five bursary places forits 10th International Summer School and roundtable on 'Evaluating Research in Divided Societies'. The bursaries are specifically available for the Evaluation Module of the Summer School, see http://www.incore.ulst.ac.uk/courses/ss/ and to attend the 'Evaluating Research in Divided Societies' Roundtable that will follow the Summer School.
The bursaries will help widen participation in the Evaluation Summer School Module, but are also part of the 'Evaluating Research in Divided Societies' project which INCORE is undertaking in partnership with the IDRC. The project considers the challenges of evaluating research in violently divided societies, and how different evaluation methodologies could be adapted and utilized to deal with the specific ethical, methodological and practical challenges that research in divided societies presents (see extended notes below).
The bursaries will cover:
1. Summer School fee
2. A return economy class flight from country of current residence to Northern Ireland
3. Accommodation costs (including the nights of 14 June 2009 through to 23 June 2009)
4. Per diem for the week
Successful applicants will be expected to participate fully in and
1. The Summer School Evaluation Module (15-19 June 2009, arriving 14 June)
2. The 'Evaluating Research in Divided Societies' Roundtable (22-23 June 2009)
To apply for the bursaries applicants must:
* Complete the standard Summer School application process, http://tinyurl.com/incoress-app
* Then send to email@example.com:
-A covering note saying you are applying for the 'Evaluation bursary'
-A full CV
-A statement (one page maximum) as to why they feel they are suitable for the Summer School event and Roundtable. The motivation should specifically address how the applicant will benefit from
attending and what they will do with the knowledge gained. The applicant should also state how they feel they can contribute to the roundtable. The statement should also briefly mention some of the challenges the applicant sees in 'evaluating research in divided societies.
-The name, affiliation and contact details (phone and email) of two references.
CLOSING DATE FOR BURSARY APPLICATIONS: 5PM (GMT) Thursday 23 APRIL 2009.
* Please send the application electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org, complete Summer School application online http://tinyurl.com/incoress-app
* Please address any questions about the bursaries to email@example.com
GRADUATE RESEARCH AWARDS
for Disarmament, Arms Control and Non-Proliferation 2008-2009
DOCTORAL RESEARCH AWARD
3 Doctoral Research Awards of $5,000.00 are available to support research,
writing and fieldwork leading to the completion of a major research paper or
dissertation proposal on an issue related to disarmament, arms control and
MASTERS RESEARCH AWARD
4 Masters Research Awards of $2,500.00 are available to support research
and writing leading to the completion of a major research paper or thesis on
an issue related to disarmament, arms control and non-proliferation.
All awards include travel support (transportation, accommodation, and meals) to
Ottawa where successful candidates will be required to present their completed
research papers to officials of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada during
a special consultation to be held in the Fall of 2009.
Deadline for applications: December 22, 2008
Selection of recipients: March 6, 2009
TO APPLY AND FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE VISIT
Awards are offered by The Simons Foundation and
The International Security Research and Outreach Programme (ISROP)
of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada (DFAIT)
BOURSES DE RECHERCHE AU NIVEAU DES ÉTUDES SUPÉRIEURES
pour le désarmement, le contrôle des armements et la non-prolifération 2008-2009
BOURSE DE RECHERCHE POUR LES ÉTUDIANTS AU DOCTORAT
Trois bourses de recherche de 5,000 $ chacune sont offertes aux étudiants au doctorat afin
d’appuyer la recherche, la rédaction et le travail sur le terrain menant à l’élaboration d’un
important rapport de recherche ou d’un projet de thèse sur une question liée au
désarmement, au contrôle des armements ou à la non-prolifération.
BOURSE DE RECHERCHE POUR LES ÉTUDIANTS À LA MAÎTRISE
Quatre bourses de recherche de 2,500 $ chacune sont offertes aux étudiants à la maîtrise
afin d’appuyer la recherche et la rédaction d’un important rapport de recherche ou d’un
mémoire sur une question liée au désarmement, au contrôle des armements ou à la nonprolifération.
Toutes les bourses couvrent les frais de voyage à Ottawa (transport, hébergement, repas)
où les candidats sélectionnés devront présenter leurs rapports de recherche aux agents
responsables d’Affaires étrangères et Commerce international Canada, lors d’une
consultation spéciale qui aura lieu à l’automne 2009.
Date limite pour poser sa candidature : le 22 décembre 2008
Sélection des bénéficiaires : le 6 mars 2009
POUR POSER SA CANDIDATURE OU OBTENIR DE PLUS AMPLES
RENSEIGNEMENTS, VEUILLEZ VISITER
Les bourses sont offertes par la Simons Foundation et le Programme de recherche et
d’information dans le domaine de la sécurité internationale (PRISI) d’Affaires
étrangères et Commerce international Canada (MAECI).
July 31, 2008 GRANT ANNOUNCEMENT/ CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
Dear Transaction and Aldine-Transaction Series Editors,
The Horowitz Foundation for Social Policy provides grant funding in the major areas of the social sciences for scholars throughout the world who are in the initial phases of their research career. Now in its eleventh year, the Horowitz Foundation awards grants annually; our website (www.horowitz-foundation.org) contains detailed information regarding the application processes, policies and procedures.
Mary E. Curtis Vice Chairman and Trustee