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NSF Postdoctoral Fellowships in Polar Regions Research
The National Science Foundation (NSF) is accepting applications for its
Postdoctoral Fellowships in Polar Regions Research program.
The Postdoctoral Fellowships in Polar Regions Research program supports training and research for recent doctoral degree recipients in any aspect of scientific study of the Antarctic and/or the Arctic within the Office of Polar Programs (OPP) program areas. The program also provides travel grants to those eligible for fellowships for the purpose of meeting prospective mentors and colleagues, presenting seminars, discussing mutual research and/or education interests, evaluating facilities and professional development opportunities, and initiating collaborative relationships. More ...
International Network of Circumpolar Heatlh Researchers Fellowships
The International Network of Circumpolar Health Research promotes international exchange of researchers and their trainees by providing partial financial support for travel, accommodation and related expenses. INCHR offers fellowships in the following two categories:
- Members of INCHR in good standing
- Trainees sponsored by an INCHR member
There will be one competition each year in the two categories, with a deadline of October 1 for travel in the following calendar year. In the event no award is made, a second competition will be announced with a deadline of April 1 the following year. More info here (107 KB, pdf).
2007 Recipients: INCHR Member Susan Chatwood received travel support to work with Scandinavian colleagues in May and to Co-Chair the initial Scientific Planning Committee meeting in Tromso for the upcoming 14th International Congress in Circumpolar Health to be held in Yellowknife in 2009. INCHR Trainee Amanda Clarke received support to work with Dr. Rhonda Johnson in Anchorage, Alaska on ongoing projects related to health literacy, photo-voice, and intimate partner violence prevention.
Director of the Institute for Circumpolar Health Studies
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