Exceptional academics are granted four Resident Fellowships every year to study a specific research subject. These include Naomi Lacey Resident Fellowship and the Wayne O. McCready Resident Fellowship. The academics’ academic records and research proposal’s merit will be used to select the best applicants.
Calgary Institute for Humanities (CIH) supports advanced research and study in different academic fields. CIH focuses on multidisciplinary and cross-faculty.
Started in 1944, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, is a public research university with thousands of students students from around the world.
• Fellowship application ends: November 27, 2022
• Host country: Canada
• Host university: University Of Calgary
• Programme: Fellowship
• Fellowship type: Partial Scholarships
• Fellows will do their research at the University.
• The fellows will share their research in an in-house seminar and allow themselves in the community of scholars working at the Institute.
• The fellows will deliver a public lecture on the outcomes of their study, it could be during the Fellowship year or the year after.
• The scholars that are not in traditional humanities guess are advised to clarify their project’s humanistic orientation.
• The scholars who are appointed as lecturers at the University of Calgary which proceed through the 2022-23 academic session can apply.
• The committee will assess applicants on the basis of a significant scholarly advancement that may be considered for the Wayne O. McCready Resident Fellowship for prospective scholars.
• The applicants will be assessed as applicants; there’s no separate application or information needed. Also, the Naomi Lacey Resident Fellowship will be granted to aspirants the same way.
This Fellowship programme is partially funded. This means all the expenses will be covered by the university and the prospective scholars. The Fellowship is for the students who are capable of paying part of the expenses of the fellowship.