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Funding: 2015/16 AAUW International Fellowships for Women in USA

28 Aug

Funding: 2015/16 AAUW International Fellowships for Women in USA.


Funding: Leverhulme International Academic Fellowships – Leverhulme Trust – jobs.ac.uk

10 Sep

The Leverhulme Trust is inviting applications for its 2014 International Academic Fellowships scheme.

Leverhulme International Academic Fellowships provide established UK researchers with an opportunity to spend a concentrated period of time in one or more research centres outside the UK, in order to develop new knowledge, skills and ideas, for example by learning new techniques, collaborating with colleagues overseas, or developing innovations in teaching.

Up to £30,000 is available to provide replacement teaching costs and research and travel costs.

Fellowships are offered for periods of three to twelve months, and must begin between 1 June 2014 and 1 May 2015. Approximately fifteen fellowships are available in 2014.

via Leverhulme International Academic Fellowships – Leverhulme Trust – jobs.ac.uk.

Vacancy: Marie Curie Early Career Researcher – University of St. Andrews, UK

21 Jun

Under the prestigious Post-Soviet Tensions Programme in Post-Soviet Affairs, funded by a FP7/Marie Curie ITN action, two positions are available as Early Career Researchers in the School of International Relations at the University of St Andrews under the supervision of Dr Rick Fawn or Professor Sally N. Cummings. One position must specialise in identity, conflict and cultural aspects of comparative political change in the post-Soviet space. The second must specialise in the contested nature of the state and statehood in Central Asia. To start 1 September or as soon as possible thereafter for 36 months, and to undertake intensive, ground-breaking research, including completion of a PhD dissertation within the time period, and to participate and contribute fully in the Programme’s range of training provisions.

NB – Mobility and seniority rules apply to all Fellowships:

An applicant who has been carrying out their main activity in a country for more than 12months, in the 36 months before their starting date cannot apply for a fellowship in that Country.

Pre-doctoral Fellowships may be awarded to applicants who at the deadline:

1) have no more than four years of (full-time equivalent) research experience after having received their Master’s degree

2) are not in possession of a doctoral degree
See more details at Early Career Researcher – University of St Andrews – jobs.ac.uk.

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