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Short-Term Research Grants for Doctoral Students

Opportunity Detail

The CEFMF will offer three $2,000 grants to doctoral students whose work examines some aspect of France or the Francophone world. The grants are intended to support travel costs to libraries, archives, or other repositories in France or other francophone countries. These grants can be held in conjunction with other funding. Eligibility is restricted to students enrolled in a Ph.D. program, who have already successfully completed their comprehensive examinations, in any discipline, at the University of Toronto. How to apply Applications should include the following materials: • a curriculum vitae (no more than 3 pages) • a project description not to exceed 1 page, explaining its purpose, its contribution to scholarship on France or the Francophone world, and a detailed statement of when and where research will be carried out. Project descriptions should also provide a project title. • a 1-page budget specifying how funds will be spent • a letter of recommendation from the thesis advisor, to be sent directly to the e-mail address below • current contact information (e-mail address, telephone number, postal address) Applications will be accepted in either English or French. Applications should be sent as e-mail attachments in PDF format, to: Professor Paul Cohen: p.cohen@utoronto.ca All materials should be submitted on or before 15 March 2017. Award announcements Announcements will be made in late April 2017. Conditions of fellowship tenure • fellows are expected to complete research travel by the end of the 2017-18 academic year. • fellows will be required to submit itemized receipts for costs incurred, as well as a short research report (1 page), before reimbursement.

Detail Notes

More information about this funding opportunity will be available on ResearchNet (https://www.researchnet-recherchenet.ca/rnr16/LoginServlet?language=E) once launched.

Requirements

Applications should include the following materials: • a curriculum vitae (no more than 3 pages) • a project description not to exceed 1 page, explaining its purpose, its contribution to scholarship on France or the Francophone world, and a detailed statement of when and where research will be carried out. Project descriptions should also provide a project title. • a 1-page budget specifying how funds will be spent • a letter of recommendation from the thesis advisor, to be sent directly to the e-mail address below • current contact information (e-mail address, telephone number, postal address) Applications will be accepted in either English or French. Applications should be sent as e-mail attachments in PDF format, to: Professor Paul Cohen: p.cohen@utoronto.ca

Deadline

All materials should be submitted on or before 15 March 2017.

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Opportunity Details

Date PostedFeb 17, 2017
Start DateFeb 17, 2017
End DateMar 15, 2017
Apply BeforeMar 15, 2017
Category
Research
Award Type
Research
Campus
St. George
Mississauga (UTM)
Scarborough (UTSC)
Level Of Study
Postgrad
Subject Areas
Humanities
Social Sciences
Physical Sciences
Life Sciences
Other
Location
Toronto, ON
Department
School of Graduate Studies
Amount
$2,000 grants to doctoral students whose work examines some aspect of France or the Francophone world. The grants are intended to support travel costs to libraries, archives, or other repositories in France or other francophone countries.
Eligibility
Eligibility is restricted to students enrolled in a Ph.D. program, who have already successfully completed their comprehensive examinations, in any discipline, at the University of Toronto.