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CANADA-U.S. FULBRIGHT PROGRAM GRANTS FOR RESEARCH, TEACHING OR GRADUATE STUDY IN THE US

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  • Dayana Salazar
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    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 29, 2003
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      >For broad distribution to Graduate Students, Post-doctoral
      researchers,
      >Faculty Members and other Professionals (both junior and senior)
      >
      >Target audiences:
      >� Canadian and American graduate students or prospective graduate
      students
      >who wish to conduct research or enroll in a graduate studies program
      in
      >the US or Canada, respectively, especially on projects in the areas of
      >Canada-U.S. relations; law; international trade; North American
      economic
      >integration; urban and regional planning; communications; culture;
      ecology
      >and the environment; indigenous issues; border issues; Canadian
      studies;
      >American studies; and comparative public policy
      >� Canadian and American Professors and other professionals who wish to
      >conduct research or teach in the United States or Canada, respectively
      >
      >
      >CANADA-U.S. FULBRIGHT PROGRAM GRANTS FOR RESEARCH, TEACHING OR
      GRADUATE
      >STUDY IN THE UNITED STATES
      >
      >Canada-U.S. Fulbright awards offer students and scholars in Canada and
      the
      >United States a unique opportunity to explore important contemporary
      >issues relevant to Canada and the United States and the relationship
      >between the two countries.
      >
      >The competition for Canada-U.S. Fulbright Awards is now open for
      Canadian
      >and American students, scholars and professionals wishing to study,
      >conduct research and/or teach at an academic institution in the United
      >States or Canada, respectively. Applications from Canadian candidates
      must
      >be post-marked no later than November 15, 2003 for consideration for
      the
      >academic year beginning September 2004. American students must submit
      >completed application forms to the Institute for International
      Education's
      >New York office by October 21 (www.iie.org) and interested American
      >scholars should contact the Council for International Exchange of
      Scholars
      >(www.cies.org).
      >
      >For further information on opportunities available through the
      Canada-U.S.
      >Fulbright Program, please visit www.fulbright.ca or contact Amelia
      Brown
      >at abrown@... or Amy J. Harvey at ajharvey@....
      >Traditional Fulbright Scholar Awards are available to Canadian and
      >American faculty members, experienced professionals and post-doctoral
      >researchers who wish to lecture, conduct research or undertake a
      >combination of both activities at an American or Canadian institution,
      >respectively. The award is a fixed sum of US$15,000 for a full
      academic
      >year (nine months) or US$7,500 for one semester.
      >
      >Fulbright Visiting Chair Awards are intended to encourage
      collaboration
      >among Canadian and American scholars and facilitate the development of
      >long-term institutional linkages between the two countries. Provisions
      for
      >Fulbright Visiting Chair awards are particular to each institution,
      though
      >normally carry a value of US$25,000. Visiting chairs have been
      established
      >at select institutions in Canada and the United States. For more
      >information, please visit www. fulbright.ca.
      >
      >Traditional Fulbright Student Awards are intended for Canadian and
      >American graduate students, prospective graduate students, graduating
      >seniors and junior professionals who wish to study or conduct research
      at
      >an American or Canadian institution,
      respectively. The award is a
      fixed
      >sum US$15,000 for one nine-month academic year beginning in September.
      >
      >While the competition is �field open,� candidates in the following
      areas
      >of study are especially encouraged to apply: Canada-U.S. relations;
      >Canadian studies; American studies; law; international trade; North
      >American economic integration; urban and regional planning;
      >communications; culture; ecology and the environment; indigenous
      issues;
      >border issues; and comparative public policy, including areas of
      health,
      >science and technology that bear on the Program�s mandate.
      >         Fulbright-OAS Ecology Initiative Grants are available to
      Canadian
      > scholars who wish to pursue graduate degrees in the fields of
      > natural         science, social science or public policy in the
      United
      >
      States. Given the regional orientation of the program, candidates
      should
      > demonstrate an  interest  in transnational cooperation and regional
      > ecology and environmental issues. The Fulbright-OAS Ecology Program
      > provides funding up to  a maximum of 24 months. Please note that
      > applications for the Fulbright-OAS Ecology Initiative will be
      accepted
      > until May 31, 2004 for awards   to be taken up in September 2005.
      >
      >         Fulbright New Century Scholars pursue individual and
      > collaborative research on a topic of global significance along with
      > thirty outstanding     scholars and professionals selected each year
      from
      > around the world. In 2004, the research theme will be �Toward
      Equality:
      > The Global   Empowerment of Women.� Please consult www.cies.org/ncs
      for
      > more detailed
      information.
      >
      >         Fulbright Senior Specialist Awards are intended to facilitate
      > collaboration between Canadian academic institutions and U.S. faculty
      > and         professionals on curriculum and faculty development,
      > institutional planning and a variety of other activities. Short-term
      > grants are available to       American Senior Specialists for
      > participation in such initiatives and requests from Canadian
      institutions
      > for Fulbright Senior Specialist will be       accepted throughout the
      > calendar year.
      >
      >
      >Amy J. Harvey
      >Program Officer
      >The Canada-U.S. Fulbright Program
      >350 Albert St., Suite 2015
      >Ottawa, Ontario K1R 1A4
      >Tel: 613-688-5517, Fax:
      613-237-2029
      >www.fulbright.ca
      >


      Dayana Salazar, Interim Chair
      Urban and Regional Planning Department
      San Jose State University
      (408) 924-5854
      salmar@...

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