2023-24 Fulbright Canada opportunities available to U.S. scholars

Published: February 10, 2022

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For 2023-24, Fulbright Canada is offering more than 50 research chairs at top Canadian institutions. Their grants support research with colleagues across Canada for a four-to-nine-month period.Auburn University faculty can: conduct research, work collaboratively, deliver lectures at university courses, and in public venues, network, and promote their work while representing the Fulbright program and Auburn.These opportunities are for a start date of September 2023 or January 2024. Applications are accepted through Sept. 15, 2022. Review the application requirements page for more information.The three main award categories are:- Research chair awards – Most for a four month period.- Postdoctoral research awards – Support promising new scholars and assist them in establishing a research base at an important time in their research careers.- Distinguished chairs – For U.S. scholars with more than ten years of experience, offered for nine months by Carleton University in Ottawa.Eligibility requirements include:- Be a U.S. citizen (permanent residence is not sufficient).- Hold a doctoral degree, Master of Fine Arts, Master of Philosophy, Master of Laws or equivalent terminal degree.- Scholars at all levels are welcome to apply (tenure not required).- Not have resided abroad for five or more consecutive years in the six years preceding the application deadline are ineligible.- Recipients of a Fulbright Scholar award are eligible to apply for another award two years after the date of completion of the previous award.For questions, schedule a call with Fulbright Canada or contact Andrew Gillespie, assistant provost for international programs, who serves as Auburn’s faculty Fulbright campus liaison at arg0014@auburn.edu.

Submitted by: Kalani Long