Call for 2 Research Chairs in Environment and Economy, and in Environmental Policy at the University of Ottawa! (open to U.S. citizens only)
Apply for our Fulbright Visiting Research Chairs in Environment and Economy, and Environmental Policy at the University of Ottawa!
Fulbright awards to Canada provide a prestigious professional development opportunity for faculty and highlight the university's robust academic image.
The chair holders in Environment and Economy, and Environmental Policy will research policy-relevant aspects of building an environmentally sustainable economy and shifting towards greener growth, from an economic, policy, legal and/or business perspective. They will be part of an inter-disciplinary team at the Institute of the Environment, which is home to Sustainable Prosperity, Canada's main environment-economy think tank and research network.
Application is open to American citizens only. Please share with your US colleagues and networks!
Deadline to apply: September 12th, 2018
Fulbright at a Glance:
With more than 300,000 Fulbright alumni in more than 150 countries, the Fulbright program is the gold standard in academic exchange and a leader in public diplomacy.
For information on the program and applying, please visit the Fulbright page on US scholar programs: https://www.cies.org/program/core-fulbright-us-scholar-program
The Institute of the Environment:
• The University of Ottawa's Institute of the Environment is a hub for environmental economics, law and policy that rivals any university in Canada - and most in North America.
• Housed at the Institute of the Environment is Smart Prosperity Institute, Canada's premier environment-economy research network and think tank (the closest thing Canada has to Resources for the Future)
• Smart Prosperity Institute harnesses leading edge thinking to advance innovation in policy and markets, in the pursuit of a greener, more competitive Canadian economy. Smart Prosperity Institute has built a strong reputation for policy relevant, environment-economy research, and connecting scholars with decision makers (government) and key influencers (business, NGOs, media).
• The Institute of the Environment offers an interdisciplinary Master's Program in Environmental Sustainability that has a focus on economic, science, law and policy.
General Eligibility Requirements:
• American Citizenship
• A Ph.D. or equivalent professional degree, or significant professional experience.
• The University of Ottawa is an English speaking institution, however, some resource material may be in French. French is not required but would be an asset.
• Grant length: 1 semester (4 months), September 2019 and August 2020
• Deadline to apply: September 12th, 2018
• Stipend of up to $25,000 USD
• Grantees on 4 month exchanges may seek an unfunded extension for up to 8 months.
All awards are subject to the availability of funding, approval by the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board (FFSB), and compliance with FFSB and USG guidelines.
How to Apply:
Benefits of becoming a Fulbright Scholar in Canada:
• Access to world-class universities and research facilities.
• Exceptional comparative research opportunities.
• Eligibility for up to $1,000 for the Visiting Scholar Speakers Program.
• Eligibility to apply for up to $8,000 to propose a community / social justice initiative in Canada (Fulbright Canada-U.S. Embassy in Ottawa Community Leadership Program).
• An academic and cultural orientation program in Ottawa.
• Membership in the Fulbright network and the opportunity to develop long-term research collaborations.
For more information or questions, please contact:
Geoff McCarney, Research Director at Smart Prosperity Institute: firstname.lastname@example.org.
José Carlos Marques, PhD
Assistant Professor – Strategy, Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability
Telfer School of Management | École de gestion Telfer
University of Ottawa | Université d'Ottawa
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