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2013ď ‘2014 Scholar Awards for Canadians to research in the United States

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Fulbright Canada Visiting Research Chairs 20132014 Scholar Awards for Canadians to conduct research in the United States Awards List 

Visiting Research Chairs in Canadian Studies:

Visiting Research Chair in Canada-U.S. Relations:

Visiting Research Chair in Innovation: Self-placed in any U.S. institution

Visiting Research Chair in Military Social Work:

Visiting Research Chair in North American Studies:

Visiting Research Chair in Policy Studies:

Visiting Research Chair in Public Diplomacy:

Visiting Research Chair in Quebec Studies:

Visiting Research Chair in Science (Energy, Environment, Health Medicine):

Visiting Research Chair in Transborder Studies:

Visiting Research Chair in War and Peace:

FIELD OPEN:

Note: Given the interdisciplinary nature of many awards, please consult all award themes for opportunities. For additional information, please contact: Brad Hector Fulbright Canada Program Officer for Scholar Programs T: 613-688-5511 E: bhector@fulbright.ca


FULBRIGHT CANADA offers unique opportunities to promising and prominent Canadian scholars, as well as experienced professionals, to conduct research, develop new professional networks, guest lecture and/or teach at select American universities and research centres.

For scholars who can advance Canadian Studies at Berkeley, with a preference for those working in the Social Sciences or Humanities.

VISITING RESEARCH CHAIR IN CANADIAN STUDIES The University of California was chartered in 1868 and its flagship campus — envisioned as a "City of Learning" — was established at Berkeley, on San Francisco Bay. Today the world's premier public university and a wellspring of innovation, UC Berkeley occupies a 1,232 acre campus with a sylvan 178-acre central core. From this home its academic community makes key contributions to the economic and social well-being of California, the nation, and beyond. Berkeley’s Canadian Studies Program is an interdisciplinary campus initiative to promote research on and instruction of Canada, including through comparative studies. This program encourages and facilitates an awareness of Canadian issues on the Berkeley campus, in nearby institutions with no Canadian Studies programs of their own, and in the wider community. The Fulbright Chair will be invited to give a public lecture and make him- or herself available to students on campus. The Fulbright Chair may also help organize a small conference in partnership with the Canadian Studies Program.

What are the benefits of a Fulbright Canada Chair? * US$25,000 for one semester *Health Benefit Plan *Fulbright Enrichment Opportunities *Access to world class universities and facilities *Access to a prestigious worldwide network of leaders Application Deadline for awards in the 2013-2014 academic year: November 15, 2012 For more information, please contact: Brad Hector * bhector@fulbright.ca * 613-688-5511

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FULBRIGHT CANADA offers unique opportunities to promising and prominent Canadian scholars, as well as experienced professionals, to conduct research, develop new professional networks, guest lecture and/or teach at select American universities and research centres.

Environment Policy, Aboriginal Issues, Cultural Policy, Canada-U.S. Relations, Security Issues, Health Policy, Trade Issues

VISITING RESEARCH CHAIR IN CANADIAN STUDIES Resident in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, the Fulbright Visiting Research Chair will conduct research, develop partnerships with Kennesaw State University (KSU) faculty, present guest lectures at the graduate and undergraduate levels, and assist the KSU community in providing greater visibility for Canadian studies on campus and in the region. In addition, the scholar will teach one course in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences and will participate in the annual conference of the Southern Association for Canadian Studies. The KSU College of Humanities & Social Sciences strives to foster a better understanding of the great literary, philosophical, and cultural achievements of world civilizations. The College promotes scholarship and creative activity, with an emphasis on facilitating an understanding of human interaction across world cultures and time. Scholarship and service-focused professional initiatives promote collaboration across disciplines, address both local and global problems, and enhance the quality of life of the diverse communities served. Convenient to metro Atlanta and two interstates, affordable KSU is a diverse mixture of traditional and non-traditional, residential and commuter students. The campus is a beautiful, thriving place with facilities that are growing with the student body.

What are the benefits of a Fulbright Canada Chair? * US$25,000 for one semester *Health Benefit Plan *Fulbright Enrichment Opportunities *Access to world class universities and facilities *Access to a prestigious worldwide network of leaders Application Deadline for awards in the 2013-2014 academic year: November 15, 2012 For more information, please contact: Brad Hector * bhector@fulbright.ca * 613-688-5511

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FULBRIGHT CANADA offers unique opportunities to promising and prominent Canadian scholars, as well as experienced professionals, to conduct research, develop new professional networks, guest lecture and/or teach at select American universities and research centres.

Water Science, Great Lakes Restoration, Environmental Resiliency Systems, Policy Innovation

VISITING RESEARCH CHAIR IN CANADIAN STUDIES Resident in the Canadian Studies Centre at Michigan State University, the Fulbright Visiting Research Chair will conduct research, develop partnerships, and guest lecture at the graduate or undergraduate level. In addition, the Fulbright Visiting Research Chair at Michigan State University will have opportunities to deliver public lectures, give seminar presentations, participate in conferences and related research, and otherwise contribute to the intellectual life at Michigan State University (MSU). MSU’s Canadian Studies Centre, established in 1958, is arguably the oldest program of its kind in the United States. It is comprised of over seventy core faculty members, graduate students from thirty-one departments, along with Library and Museum staff. The MSU Press publishes more scholarly books on Canada than any other university press in the United States. Known internationally as a major U.S. public university with global reach, Michigan State University has been advancing knowledge and transforming lives through innovative teaching, research, and outreach for over 150 years. Michigan State University is located in East Lansing, the cultural and recreational center of mid-Michigan. Its tradition of international research and outreach, combined with its recent successes in study abroad, provide fertile ground for making MSU a truly global university. (http://canadianstudies.isp.msu.edu/)

What are the benefits of a Fulbright Canada Chair? * US$25,000 for one semester *Health Benefit Plan *Fulbright Enrichment Opportunities *Access to world class universities and facilities *Access to a prestigious worldwide network of leaders Application Deadline for awards in the 2013-2014 academic year: November 15, 2012 For more information, please contact: Brad Hector * bhector@fulbright.ca * 613-688-5511

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FULBRIGHT CANADA offers unique opportunities to promising and prominent Canadian scholars, as well as experienced professionals, to conduct research, develop new professional networks, guest lecture and/or teach at select American universities and research centres.

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Cross-border relations, policy making—urban planning, public health, fisheries management, social policies, environmental law, trade. Indigenous governance, or Québec studies—energy, culture, trade. Priority consideration will be given to applicants with expertise on Arctic issues and particularly Inuit of Canada perspectives.

VISITING RESEARCH CHAIR IN CANADIAN STUDIES The Fulbright Visiting Research Chair will be resident at the Canadian Studies Center, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies. The prestigious Jackson School has 12 international centers and 14 academic programs representing all parts of the globe. The Program hosts an undergraduate degree, a Professional Development Program for graduate students, and works across the institution and in the community to increase knowledge about Canada’s emerging role in the world and the critical Canada-U.S. relationship. The Fulbright Visiting Chair would join the Jackson School where s/he would conduct research; work with graduate students in an advisory capacity and as a respondent for graduate research at the Annual Research Symposium; lead quarterly roundtable discussions addressing relevant issues to the Canada-U.S. relationship; and present a public lecture as part of the Canada-U.S. Fulbright Lecture Series. The Chair will teach the flagship course for the Jackson School, the Task Force, based on the applicant’s area of expertise, participate in Center-related activities and to otherwise contribute to the intellectual life of the University. The Fulbright Visiting Research Chair is sponsored by Global Affairs, Social Sciences (College of Arts and Sciences), the Graduate School Fund for Excellence and Innovation, and the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies.

What are the benefits of a Fulbright Canada Chair? * US$25,000 for the winter quarter (Jan-Apr 2014) *Health Benefit Plan *Fulbright Enrichment Opportunities *Access to world class universities and facilities *Access to a prestigious worldwide network of leaders Application Deadline for awards in the 2013-2014 academic year: November 15, 2012 For more information, please contact: Brad Hector * bhector@fulbright.ca * 613-688-5511

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FULBRIGHT CANADA offers unique opportunities to promising and prominent Canadian scholars, as well as experienced professionals, to conduct research, develop new professional networks, guest lecture and/or teach at select American universities and research centres.

Trade Policy, Security Policy, Environmental Policy, Border Issues, Health Policy, or North American Integration

VISITING RESEARCH CHAIR IN CANADA-U.S. RELATIONS The holder of the Fulbright Visiting Research Chair spends up to five months in residence at the Canada Institute of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars conducting research in the field of Canada-U.S. relations. The chairholder has opportunities to deliver public lectures, give seminar presentations, participate in conferences, and otherwise contribute to the ongoing research activities at the Wilson Center, allowing the chairholder to develop professional and academic partnerships with other scholars while in residence. In addition to the US$25,000 award, the chairholder is provided with a suitable workspace and a Windows-based computer, as well as support services, including access to numerous computer databases (including Nexis and Ciao), access to Library of Congress materials, and an intern who will serve as a research assistant for up to twenty hours per week. Headquartered in Washington, D.C., and supported by public and private funds, the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars is a nonpartisan institution engaged in the study of national and world affairs. The Wilson Center’s mission is to commemorate the ideals of Woodrow Wilson by providing a link between the world of ideas and the world of policy, and to foster research, study, discussion, and collaboration among a full spectrum of individuals concerned with policy and scholarship in national and world affairs. The Wilson Center maintains a lively, neutral forum for free and informed dialogue. The Canada Institute was established to explore one of America’s most important bilateral relationships. (www.wilsoncenter.org)

What are the benefits of a Fulbright Canada Chair? * US$25,000 for January—May 2013 *Health Benefit Plan *Fulbright Enrichment Opportunities *Access to world class universities and facilities *Access to a prestigious worldwide network of leaders Application Deadline for awards in the 2013-2014 academic year: November 15, 2012 For more information, please contact: Brad Hector * bhector@fulbright.ca * 613-688-5511

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Make a substantial positive change! FULBRIGHT CANADA offers a Visiting Research Chair for Canadian scholars to engage in collaborative research, deliver public lectures, give seminar presentations, participate in conferences and otherwise contribute to ongoing research activities in the United States Open to all disciplines. At any American institution or research centre. Of particular interest are research projects that work towards the creation of more effective products, processes, technologies, or ideas that will improve North American innovation performance.

VISITING RESEARCH CHAIR IN INNOVATION In this complex, challenging and changing global environment, the commitment to growing our overall productivity and addressing and engaging scholars to carry the innovation agenda forward is key to our collective future. Fulbright Canada’s commitment is investing in our collective future, identifying future leaders, and growing our productive capacity. The intent of this award is to encourage collaboration among a community of scholars to build the next generation of partnerships, networks and tools to accelerate knowledge mobilization and commercialization of innovation for the benefit of North America. This self-placed award can be taken up at any accredited university, college, or research facility in the United States.

What are the benefits of a Fulbright Canada Chair? * US$25,000 for one semester *Health Benefit Plan *Fulbright Enrichment Opportunities *Access to world class universities and facilities *Access to a prestigious worldwide network of leaders Application Deadline for awards in the 2013-2014 academic year: November 15, 2012 For more information, please contact: Brad Hector * bhector@fulbright.ca * 613-688-5511

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Explore the personal, familial, and social consequences of warfare. FULBRIGHT CANADA offers a Visiting Research Chair for Canadian scholars to engage in collaborative research, deliver public lectures, give seminar presentations, participate in conferences and otherwise contribute to ongoing research activities in the United States

Research pertaining to military behavioral health in social work and allied professions:  Military Culture  Understanding the Impact of Combat  Problems of Reintegration

VISITING RESEARCH CHAIR IN MILITARY SOCIAL WORK The Center for Innovation and Research on Veterans and Military Families (CIR) at the University of Southern California School of Social Work is dedicated to improving the lives of service members, veterans, and their families. CIR brings together innovative technology development with university research leadership and strong linkages with the military. Its programs bridge a critical gap in the needs of wounded warriors and their families through innovative education and training platforms, applied research, and strategic partnerships that improve the capacity and competency of behavioral healthcare providers.

What are the benefits of a Fulbright Canada Chair? * US$25,000 for one semester *Health Benefit Plan *Fulbright Enrichment Opportunities *Access to world class universities and facilities *Access to a prestigious worldwide network of leaders Application Deadline for awards in the 2013-2014 academic year: November 15, 2012 For more information, please contact: Brad Hector * bhector@fulbright.ca * 613-688-5511

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FULBRIGHT CANADA offers unique opportunities to promising and prominent Canadian scholars, as well as experienced professionals, to conduct research, develop new professional networks, guest lecture and/or teach at select American universities and research centres.

Economic Relations or Political Relations

VISITING RESEARCH CHAIR IN NORTH AMERICAN STUDIES Resident in the Center for North American Studies at American University, the Fulbright Visiting Research Chair will conduct research, develop partnerships, and teach one three-credit course. In addition, the Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in North American Studies will have opportunities to deliver public lectures, give seminar presentations, participate in conferences and related research, and otherwise contribute to the intellectual life at American University. The Center for North American Studies (CNAS) examines the differences and shared characteristics of Canada, Mexico, and the United States; compares the North American experiment with Europe; and, challenges students and faculty to imagine a continental future. CNAS, with a 35-member interdisciplinary Faculty Advisory Committee, teaches about 6-12 courses on North American issues, undertakes faculty seminars, and conducts research on the full gamut of issues that affect the 430 million people in Canada, Mexico, and the United States. Educating the next generation of leaders in all three countries, CNAS is one of only a few centers focused on all of North America. The Center offers a minor for undergraduates and a certificate for graduate students in North American Studies. It also co-edits a peer-reviewed journal, Norteamérica, with the North American Studies Center of the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. (www.american.edu/internationalaffairs/cnas)

What are the benefits of a Fulbright Canada Chair? * US$25,000 for one semester *Health Benefit Plan *Fulbright Enrichment Opportunities *Access to world class universities and facilities *Access to a prestigious worldwide network of leaders Application Deadline for awards in the 2013-2014 academic year: November 15, 2012 For more information, please contact: Brad Hector * bhector@fulbright.ca * 613-688-5511

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FULBRIGHT CANADA offers unique opportunities to promising and prominent Canadian scholars, as well as experienced professionals, to conduct research, develop new professional networks, guest lecture and/or teach at select American universities and research centres. Policy issues with a comparative U.S. -Canadian dimension at either the national or state-provincial levels.

VISITING RESEARCH CHAIR IN POLICY STUDIES Resident in the Department of Government (Political Science) at the University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin), the Fulbright Visiting Research Chair will have the opportunity to engage in research with departmental faculty as well as present guest lectures, possibly team teach, and generally engage the campus community. With over fifty full time faculty, the department is particularly strong in the fields of public policy, American politics, and comparative politics. The chair holder may also interact with the faculty and programs of the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, the School of Law, the Population Research Center, and the departments in the College of Liberal Arts (such as Sociology and Geography). The flagship of the University of Texas System, UT Austin is a major research university home to more than 50,000 students, 2,900 faculty and 21,000 staff members. Founded in 1883, UT Austin is one of the largest and most respected universities in the United States. Additionally, the campus is home to many cultural treasures, such as the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, the LBJ Library and Museum, the Jack S. Blanton Museum of Art, the Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, the Benson Latin American Collection, and the Texas Memorial Museum. Nestled among the rolling hills and lakes of Central Texas, Austin is the seat of state government, a high technology center, and an entertainment complex that includes the best of live music, the arts and all the fun of the great outdoors.

What are the benefits of a Fulbright Canada Chair? * US$25,000 for one semester *Health Benefit Plan *Fulbright Enrichment Opportunities *Access to world class universities and facilities *Access to a prestigious worldwide network of leaders Application Deadline for awards in the 2013-2014 academic year: November 15, 2012 For more information, please contact: Brad Hector * bhector@fulbright.ca * 613-688-5511

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FULBRIGHT CANADA offers unique opportunities to promising and prominent Canadian scholars, as well as experienced professionals, to conduct research, develop new professional networks, guest lecture and/or teach at select American universities and research centres.

Cultural Diplomacy, Soft Power and National Image, International Broadcasting, Place and Nation Branding, International Exchange, or Cyber Diplomacy

VISITING RESEARCH CHAIR IN PUBLIC DIPLOMACY Resident in the Center on Public Diplomacy at the University of Southern California (USC), the Fulbright Visiting Research Chair will conduct research, write a paper for publication by the Center, and teach one course in the USC Master of Public Diplomacy Program. In addition, the Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Public Diplomacy will have opportunities to deliver public lectures, give seminar presentations, participate in conferences and related research, and otherwise contribute to the intellectual life of the university. The USC Center on Public Diplomacy at the Annenberg School (CPD) was established in August 2003 as a partnership between the USC Annenberg School for Communication and the USC Dana and David Dornsife College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences’ School of International Relations. It is a joint scholarly research, policy analysis and professional training organization dedicated to furthering the study and practice of public diplomacy. The Center benefits from its strategic location in Los Angeles, a vital center for communication and commerce and an international entertainment capital that encompasses the motion picture, television, radio and music industries as well as one of the world’s most vibrant art communities. Los Angeles is a highly diverse city that is home to the nation’s largest international population. (www.annenberg.usc.edu)

What are the benefits of a Fulbright Canada Chair? * US$25,000 for one semester *Health Benefit Plan *Fulbright Enrichment Opportunities *Access to world class universities and facilities *Access to a prestigious worldwide network of leaders Application Deadline for awards in the 2013-2014 academic year: November 15, 2012 For more information, please contact: Brad Hector * bhector@fulbright.ca * 613-688-5511

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Support the advancement of Québec studies in the United States! Share Québecois culture. Expand knowledge about Québec among the academic community and opinion leaders in the United States. FULBRIGHT CANADA offers a Distinguished Chair for Canadian scholars to engage in collaborative research, deliver public lectures, give seminar presentations, participate in conferences and otherwise contribute to ongoing research activities in the United States.

FULBRIGHT DISTINGUISHED CHAIR IN QUÉBEC STUDIES The chairholder will be housed at the Institute on Québec Studies, SUNY-Plattsburgh. This award is open to all researchers associated with a Québec university, government agency, or institute. Research in all areas of Québec studies, including: bilateral relations between Québec and the United States, the economy and bilateral trade between Québec and the United States, security and Canada-U.S. Border issues, environmental, energy, and natural resource issues, immigration, Québec’s international relations and public diplomacy, Québec’s cultural policies and its identity, and other matters relating to the Québec government’s priorities (e.g. the Plan Nord)

What are the benefits of a Fulbright Canada Chair? * US$25,000 for one semester *Health Benefit Plan *Fulbright Enrichment Opportunities *Access to world class universities and facilities *Access to a prestigious worldwide network of leaders Application Deadline for awards in the 2013-2014 academic year: November 15, 2012 For more information, please contact: Brad Hector * bhector@fulbright.ca * 613-688-5511

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FULBRIGHT CANADA offers unique opportunities to promising and prominent Canadian scholars, as well as experienced professionals, to conduct research, develop new professional networks, guest lecture and/or teach at select American universities and research centres.

Energy, Environment:, Health-Medicine, Information Technology

VISITING RESEARCH CHAIR AT THE CALIFORNIA NANOSYSTEMS INSTITUTE, UCLA

The mission of the California NanoSystems Institute (CNSI) is to foster a collaborative, strongly integrated and interactive environment embedded on the University of California campuses at Los Angeles (UCLA) and Santa Barbara (UCSB) that will fuel innovation in nanosystems research and education, and enable partnerships with industry for rapid commercialization of discoveries in nanoscience and nanotechnology. CNSI is a worldleading center for innovation, education, and commercialization in nanoscale science and technology. To fulfill this mission, CNSI identifies and targets key opportunities in biomedicine, devices, energy, and the environment.

What are the benefits of a Fulbright Canada Chair? * US$25,000 for one semester *Health Benefit Plan *Fulbright Enrichment Opportunities *Access to world class universities and facilities *Access to a prestigious worldwide network of leaders Application Deadline for awards in the 2013-2014 academic year: November 15, 2012 For more information, please contact: Brad Hector * bhector@fulbright.ca * 613-688-5511

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FULBRIGHT CANADA offers unique opportunities to promising and prominent Canadian scholars, as well as experienced professionals, to conduct research, develop new professional networks, guest lecture and/or teach at select American universities and research centres.

Environment, Migration, Economic Development, or Technology

VISITING RESEARCH CHAIR IN TRANSBORDER STUDIES Resident in the North American Center for Transborder Studies (NACTS) at Arizona State University, the Fulbright Visiting Research Chair will conduct research, develop partnerships, and guest lecture on Canada-U.S.-Mexico issues from a social science perspective. In addition, the Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in North American Transborder Studies will have opportunities to deliver public lectures, give seminar presentations, participate in conferences and related research, and otherwise contribute to the intellectual life of the university. NACTS is a tri-national initiative that connects local communities, governmental officials and public sector agencies to academic research institutions in an effort to produce holistic data and provide greater understanding of border issues across disciplines. The Center supports scholars who specialize in researching and analyzing such topics as economic development in North America and around the globe, immigration and border policies, advances in technologies that identify and track the movement of humans across the North American landscape, environmental, and health and quality of life issues across border regions. Research sponsored and produced by NACTS is conveyed to key policy makers in the United States, Canada, and Mexico, in addition to being disseminated across local and international media circuits. (www.nacts.asu.edu)

What are the benefits of a Fulbright Canada Chair? * US$25,000 for one semester *Health Benefit Plan *Fulbright Enrichment Opportunities *Access to world class universities and facilities *Access to a prestigious worldwide network of leaders Application Deadline for awards in the 2013-2014 academic year: November 15, 2012 For more information, please contact: Brad Hector * bhector@fulbright.ca * 613-688-5511

www.fulbright.ca


FULBRIGHT CANADA offers unique opportunities to promising and prominent Canadian scholars, as well as experienced professionals, to conduct research, develop new professional networks, guest lecture and/or teach at select American universities and research centres. International Relations, Military History, Diplomacy, Military Sociology, Cyber Warfare

VISITING RESEARCH CHAIR IN WAR AND PEACE STUDIES Norwich University welcomes a Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in War and Peace Studies with expertise in any of the following disciplines: International Relations, Military History, Diplomacy, Military Sociology or Cyber Warfare. Resident in the newly-formed College of Liberal Arts, the Fulbright Visiting Research Chair will conduct research, guest lecture at the undergraduate level, and support the missions of both the Department of History and Political Science’s Studies in War and Peace Program and the College of Graduate and Continuing Studies’ Military History, Diplomacy or Information Assurance Programs. The Chair will have opportunities to participate in public lectures, attend conferences, and otherwise contribute to the intellectual life at Norwich University. Implementation of this Research Chair position is in direct support of Norwich’s commitment to further expand the stature of the institution and to bolster the strength of the intellectual environment of Norwich University. As the United States’ oldest private military college, and the birthplace of the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps, the Norwich campus comprises a population of approximately 1500 cadets, 500 civilian students, and 120 tenure-track faculty. Founded in 1819, Norwich University is located in idyllic Northfield, Vermont, 230 km south of Montreal and 280 km north of Boston. (www.norwich.edu)

What are the benefits of a Fulbright Canada Chair? * US$25,000 for one semester *Health Benefit Plan *Fulbright Enrichment Opportunities *Access to world class universities and facilities *Access to a prestigious worldwide network of leaders Application Deadline for awards in the 2013-2014 academic year: November 15, 2012 For more information, please contact: Brad Hector * bhector@fulbright.ca * 613-688-5511

www.fulbright.ca


FULBRIGHT CANADA offers unique opportunities to promising and prominent Canadian scholars, as well as experienced professionals, to conduct research, develop new professional networks, guest lecture and/or teach at select American universities and research centres. Humanities and Fine Arts, Sciences, Social Sciences, or Interdisciplinary Programs

VISITING RESEARCH CHAIR The University of California at Santa Barbara welcomes Fulbright scholars in a diverse range of academic disciplines across the humanities and fine arts, sciences and social sciences, including the interdisciplinary exploration for which the campus is renowned. Resident in an appropriate department within the College of Letters and Science, the Visiting Research Chair at UCSB will conduct research, develop collaborations, and teach one 10-week course at the graduate or undergraduate level. The Visiting Research Chair will have opportunities to deliver public lectures, give seminar presentations, participate in conferences, and otherwise contribute to intellectual life at UC Santa Barbara. One of only 62 members of the American Association of Universities, UC Santa Barbara is renowned as a research university with an outstanding faculty. UCSB offers innovative interdisciplinary programs which bring together faculty and students from the College, Engineering, the Bren School of Environmental Science and Management, the Gevirtz Graduate School of Education, and 80 outstanding research units, centers, and institutes. Situated on nearly 1000 acres overlooking the Pacific Ocean, the campus is known for its natural beauty and lively cultural and artistic life. (www.ucsb.edu)

What are the benefits of a Fulbright Canada Chair? * US$25,000 for one semester *Health Benefit Plan *Fulbright Enrichment Opportunities *Access to world class universities and facilities *Access to a prestigious worldwide network of leaders Application Deadline for awards in the 2013-2014 academic year: November 15, 2012 For more information, please contact: Brad Hector * bhector@fulbright.ca * 613-688-5511

www.fulbright.ca


FULBRIGHT CANADA offers unique opportunities to promising and prominent Canadian scholars, as well as experienced professionals, to conduct research, develop new professional networks, guest lecture and/or teach at select American universities and research centres. Humanities, Public Policy, Health and Society, American Studies, or Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math

VISITING RESEARCH CHAIR Resident in an appropriate academic department or centre within the College of Arts & Science, the Fulbright Visiting Research Chair will conduct research, develop partnerships, and guest lecture at the graduate or undergraduate level. In addition, the Visiting Research Chair will have opportunities to deliver public lectures, give seminar presentations, participate in conferences and related research, and otherwise contribute to the intellectual life of Vanderbilt University. Vanderbilt actively promotes research and teaching that crosses disciplines and departments, through a multitude of centers and institutes. The Fulbright Visiting Chair may choose to work with one of these organizations to develop personal and professional networks, access important resources, and further academic pursuit. Situated just five minutes from downtown Nashville, Vanderbilt University is a centre for scholarly research, informed and creative teaching, and service to the community and society at large. Vanderbilt upholds the highest standards to be a leader in the quest for and dissemination of knowledge, and the creative experimentation of ideas and concepts. (www.vanderbilt.edu/cas)

What are the benefits of a Fulbright Canada Chair? * US$25,000 for one semester *Health Benefit Plan *Fulbright Enrichment Opportunities *Access to world class universities and facilities *Access to a prestigious worldwide network of leaders Application Deadline for awards in the 2013-2014 academic year: November 15, 2012 For more information, please contact: Brad Hector * bhector@fulbright.ca * 613-688-5511

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Research Chairs in the U.S.