For 2021/2022, Fulbright Canada is offering several Research opportunities at top US Institutions.
The grants support research with colleagues across the U.S. for a 4 to 9-month period. Applications are accepted through November 15th, 2020.
The available Fulbright Canada Research Chairs:
Humanities and Social Sciences
- Research Chair in Aboriginal/Indigenous Cultures, Sovereignties, and Languages, University of Arizona
- Research Chair in the Humanities and Social Sciences, The Citadel
- Research Chair in Social Sciences, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa
Science & Technology
Environmental & Arctic Studies
- Research Chair in Arctic Studies, Dartmouth College
- Research Chair in Arctic Studies, University of Washington
- Research Chair in Climate Change, Air Quality, and Atmospheric Chemistry, Univ. of California, Irvine
Policy/Law & Governance
- Distinguished Chair in International Area Studies, Yale University
- Research Chair in Canada-U.S. Relations, Johns Hopkins University
- Research Chair in Military Social Work, University of Southern California
- Research Chair in Peace and War Studies, Norwich University
- Research Chair in Public Diplomacy, University of Southern California
- Research Chair (field open), University of California, Santa Barbara
- Research Chair (field open), Vanderbilt University
More information on the awards:
- Register here for the September 23, 2020, 2 PM EST webinar where Fulbright will provide details on how to prepare a successful application.
- a short video with more information on the different awards.
- Awards catalogue with all the Research Chair offering for Canadian Scholars
Eligibility requirements: Be CA citizen (Permanent residence is not sufficient) do not have dual US citizenship Hold a terminal degree (Ph.D., LLM, MFA, etc.) or equivalent professional training or experience Applicants who have resided abroad for five or more consecutive years in the six-year period preceding the application deadline are ineligible. A period of nine months or more during a calendar year constitutes a full year. Recipients of a Fulbright Scholar, award are eligible to apply for another award two years after the date of completion of the previous award. Detailed Eligibility requirements are available here.
Additional Opportunity for Canadian Scholars with application open until September 15, 2020
Fulbright Arctic Initiative: US$40,000 for 18-months (March 2021- Fall 2022) engaged in addressing public policy research questions relevant to Arctic nations’ shared challenges.
The Fulbright Arctic Initiative will identify both established experts and early-career specialists from the eight Arctic Council countries to carry out collaborative research in the following themes:
- Arctic Security and Cooperation
- Arctic Infrastructure in a Changing Environment
- Community Dimensions of Health.
For more information please see the application manual.