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  • BERGEN:Online PHD Research School

    Attention: Members of Staff and PhD Coordinators at MakTAG: BERGEN SUMMER RESEARCH: ONLINE PHD RESEARCH SCHOOL JUNE 7–17, 2021How can the biosphere, society and the economy contribute towardsstrengthening the partnership for the sustainable development?Six parallel courses will focus on key global challenges, includingreproductive health, the internationalisation of higher education,socio-economic inequality, psychological and social science perspectiveson climate change, the sustainable development of life below water, andthe regulation and governance of corruption.In addition, there will be training in methods that facilitateinterdisciplinary collaboration and problem solving. Together withcross-cutting keynotes and virtual social events, BSRS will help 100 PhDcandidates to develop skills to create actionable knowledge.Application deadline: February 1, 2021For details, please follow this link: www.uib.no/bsrsKindly note that the Poster Bergen Summer Research School 2021 isherewith attached for your reference. 

  • DRGT Call for applications for PhD Thesis Completion funds; Deadline: Friday 13th Nov 2020

    From the University's budget appropriate FY 2020/21, the DRGT will
    provide the PhD Thesis Completion Fund to support doctoral candidates in
    their final year. The fund is meant to enable the candidates in all
    disciplines to focus full-time on research and writing and hopefully
    enable them to finalize and submit their thesis within 6-months upon
    receipt of the funds.
    We now invited applications for this scheme, please find the call
    details attached (Ref. doc)
    APPLICATION DEADLINE: Friday 13th November 2020; 5.00pm E.A time

  • TUM SEED Center Symposium 8 - 10 Dec: Sustainable Energies, Entrepreneurship and Development

    GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR STUDENTS AND RESEARCHERS // VIRTUAL SYMPOSIUM
    8-10, DECEMBER 2020, 2h30 each day
    https://hopin.com/events/digital-symposium-2020-tum-seed-center

    It is with great pleasure that the TUM SEED Center announces the
    first time the International Virtual Symposium "Sustainable Energies,
    Entrepreneurship and Development". This year we are looking for top
    students from all over the world to learn and discuss the potential of
    renewable energies and the current efforts to serve communities of
    developing countries.

    This year's symposium will bring together representatives of research
    institutes, private actors, governmental and non-governmental
    organizations, who will share their state of the art research and work
    on the nexus of sustainable development, renewable energies, and
    entrepreneurial venturing, with a regional focus on the Global South. We
    will host a 3-day virtual symposium, 2h30 each day. More than 20
    speakers and students from all over the world will be able to share
    insights about their field research, network and discuss potential
    collaboration for their future research and projects. Here you can
    register for the event.

    We ask for your support in bringing the TUM S.E.E.D. Center Symposium to
    the attention of many motivated and talented students. Please share this
    appeal in your networks, via newsletter and/or social media and feel
    free to forward our email directly. PLEASE ATTACHED THE OFFICIAL
    ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE EVENT.

    Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.

    Best regards,

    TUM SEED Center Team
    tum.seed.center@gmail.com
    https://www.seed.tum.de/home.html
     

  • Call for Papers - Special Issue of the SAIEE Africa Research Journal (East Africa)

     

    Call for Papers - Special Issue of the SAIEE Africa Research Journal
    (East Africa)

    Through support of the IEEE Africa Committee, a Special Issue of the
    Africa Research Journal will be released with articles from East Africa.
    The SAIEE Africa Research Journal of the South African Institute of
    Electrical Engineers is an accredited peer reviewed research journal
    published quarterly, covering research in all fields of electrical
    engineering. The journal initiated as the Transactions of the SAIEE
    Journal in 1909 and is indexed by IEEE Xplore as of January 2019. It
    publishes research, surveys, and expository contributions in the fields
    of electrical, electronic, computer, information and communications
    engineering.

    The first Special Issue is already available: SAIEE Africa Research
    Journal - Issue 3 (East Africa), Sept. 2020, and is accessible online at
    https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/mostRecentIssue.jsp?punumber=8475037

    We call upon researchers from the East African region, or whose work is
    based on East Africa as a case study, to consider the SAIEE Africa
    Research Journal as a medium for publishing their novel scholarly
    research. In this way, they will contribute to the body of published
    knowledge and reach a large audience through this open access journal.
    For further information, contact the Guest Editors.


    Author Guidelines:
    The deadline for receiving submissions is November 30, 2020. More
    details about the journal, including a submission link, can be found at:
    https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/aboutJournal.jsp?punumber=8475037


    Important Dates:
    Papers Due:                     November 30, 2020
    Final Accepted Papers:          March 31, 2021
    Publication Date:               September 2021



    Guest Editors
    Drs. Dorothy K. Okello, Edwin Mugume, and Moise Busogi
    Guest Editors, SAIEE Africa Research Journal (Special Issue for East
    Africa)
    Email: saiee_ea@cedat.mak.ac.ug
     

  • Funding Call - Alliance for African Partnerships MSU announces its Call for Partnership Grants on Youth, Africa/Asia, Early Career Researchers, and the African Diaspora

    The Alliance for African Partnership (AAP), a consortium of ten leading
    African universities and Michigan State University
    (https://aap.isp.msu.edu/about1/who-we-are/aap-consortium-members/ [1]),
    is inviting proposals for its Partnerships for Innovative Research in
    Africa (PIRA) grants.

    The PIRA grants are a tiered funding opportunity designed to cultivate
    and support multidirectional and trans-regional research partnerships at
    any stage of their development, whether it be initiatives to explore and
    create new relationships or scale existing ones.

    THE LEAD INVESTIGATORS FOR PROPOSALS MUST COME FROM MSU AND AAP AFRICAN
    MEMBER UNIVERSITIES; AND IN THE CASE OF THE TRANS-REGIONAL GRANTS, ALSO
    ASIAN UNIVERSITIES AND IN THE CASE OF THE DIASPORA GRANTS, ALSO LATIN
    AMERICAN AND CARIBBEAN UNIVERSITIES. Proposals may also include partners
    from other institutions globally. Teams are encouraged to include
    partners from the private sector, governments, civil society
    organizations, and Pan-African/global institutions.

    The detailed call for proposals is available at:
    https://aap.isp.msu.edu/funding/pira/ [2] and the deadline is on FRIDAY,
    NOVEMBER 27TH AT 11:59 PM EST. Grants range from $50K - $200K. Q&A
    session on October 14th, details will be posted on the AAP website or
    AAP fb page.

    AAP will be able to help teams to identify partners in each of the grant
    categories; please write to us at aaa@msu.edu.

    Looking forward to receiving many applications!

    Regards

    Jose

    ===============================================

    José Jackson-Malete, PhD

    Co-Director

    Alliance for African Partnership

    Michigan State University

    International Center

    427 N. Shaw Lane, Room 100

    East Lansing, MI  48824-1035

    517-884-8587 / 353-1700

    jacks184@msu.edu

    https://aap.isp.msu.edu [3]

  • International Climate Protection Fellowships - Application deadline: 1 March 2021

    CALL: INTERNATIONAL CLIMATE PROTECTION FELLOWSHIP

      APPLICATION DEADLINE: 1 MARCH 2021

      The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation grants up to 15 International
    Climate Protection Fellowships to prospective leaders and up to five to
    postdoctoral researchers from non-European transition or developing
    countries, who are active in any of the following areas: scientific,
    engineering-based, legal, economic, health-related or social aspects of
    climate change. The young climate experts will come to Germany for 12-24
    months to work alongside a host of their own choosing on a
    research-related project.

      FELLOWSHIP BENEFITS

      ·         A monthly fellowship of between €2,170 and €2,670,
    depending on career stage

      ·         Individual mentoring during the stay in Germany

      ·         Additional financial support for items such as family
    allowances, travel expenses or a German language course

      ·         A three-week introductory phase, during which fellows will
    have the opportunity to make contact with other climate protection
    fellows and visit companies, research institutions and cultural events
    in Germany

      ·         Extensive alumni sponsorship, especially support for
    networking with collaborative partners in Germany during the fellow's
    entire professional career

      APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS

      ·         Citizenship of a non-European transition or developing
    country which is also the applicant’s habitual residence and place of
    work

      ·         Bachelor’s or equivalent academic degree completed less
    than twelve years ago

      ·         Extensive professional experience or a successfully
    completed doctorate in climate protection or climate-related resource
    conservation

      ·         A mentoring agreement signed by a host in Germany

      ·         A proposal which candidates must draw up on their own and
    coordinate with their host.

      ·         Clearly visible leadership potential

      Further information, a list of all application requirements and a link
    to the online application form are available at
    WWW.HUMBOLDT-FOUNDATION.DE/EN/APPLY/SPONSORSHIP-PROGRAMMES/INTERNATIONAL-CLIMATE-PROTECTION-FELLOWSHIP
    [2].

      ADVICE AND CONTACT

      If you have any questions regarding the International Climate
    Protection Fellowship Programme or would like individual guidance,
    please contact us at INFO@AVH.DE.

      Alexander von Humboldt Foundation
    Jean-Paul-Straße 12
    53173 Bonn
    GERMANY

      www.humboldt-foundation.de [3]

      [1]



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  • Call for Scholarship Applications 2021 In-Country/In-Region Scholarship now open!!

    It is my pleasure to inform you that the call for Applications for the
    2021 In-Country/In-Region Scholarship Programme for Eastern Africa is
    now open!

    This programme is open to individual Master and PhD students in the
    Sub-Saharan Africa region who wish to study either in their home
    countries or at selected host institutions in other African countries.
    The programme is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Economic
    Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and aims at university staff in the
    first line, without neglecting the public sector demand for academically
    trained personnel.

    For the Eastern African region, the scholarship is open to citizens and
    permanent residents of sub-Saharan Africa to study in selected
    institutions in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Ethiopia and Sudan. More
    details on the scholarship can be found here [1].

    The deadline for application is 15 December 2020.

    For further information, one can contact the In-Country/In-Region team
    on info.nairobi@daad.de  or per telephone on 0733 929 929.

    We will be conducting Web seminars from Thursday, 29 October 2020 and
    the very final one on 09 December 2020 from 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EAT. The
    links to join in the Web seminars for next couple of weeks can be found
    here:

    Thursday, 29 October 2020 from 2:00 pm -3:00 pm EAT:
    https://bit.ly/32Hcu7u

    Tuesday, 03 November 2020 from 2:00 pm -3:00 pm EAT:
    https://bit.ly/31H50QU

    Thursday, 05 November 2020 from 2:00 pm -3:00 pm EAT:
    https://bit.ly/3onUU0W

    Please see the attached flyer for the event schedule of the web
    seminars.

    Also, we still offer virtual visiting hours every Thursday from 10 am -
    11 am EAT.  To visit, please register at
    https://www.daad.or.ke/en/online-seminar-schedule/ [2].

    Kindly share this information with your networks.

    Thank you; do have a great week ahead!

    Best regards,

    The IC-IR team

    On behalf of

    Beate Schindler-Kovats

    Director Regional Office for Africa

    Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, South Sudan, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Burundi

    German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)

    Madison Insurance House- Upper Hill Close Road, community area, Nairobi,
    Kenya

    Tel: +254 -733-929 929

    Email: schindler-kovats@daad.de

    Website: https://www.daad.or.ke/en/ [3]

     

     

  • DRGT calls for application to train in Scholarly Writing and Qualitative Research methods

    DRGT, Makerere University observed that our PhD students find themselves in a highly diverse and competitive research landscape. To successfully navigate their career paths, transferable skills in the areas of communication, (self)-organisation, and interpersonal relationships are essential. We believe that these skills can be acquired and, furthermore, developed. We now call for applications of the two modules that will enable the students to productively deal with challenges related to the writing skills and interpersonal aspects of the studies. Actually, the cross-cutting modules provide a new model of postgraduate training. They retain the depth, rigour and focus of a conventional PhD while also providing a broader training experience. Nb: The other Course in Information Competency & Management is currently ongoing in the Main Library attended by over 50 participants (in-person and online).

  • Scholarships: Online ADA Summer School 2021 for PhD candidates and researchers

    As November draws to a close, we would like to remind you that our
    bookings for the online 2021 Summer School in research methods and
    academic preparedness will take place from 13 JANUARY - 5 FEBRUARY 2021.


    We are happy to announce that we have a number of Scholarships available
    on our Early Doctoral Programme for PhD candidates that will be within
    their first year of enrolment by February 2021, and is open to
    candidates from all institutions and disciplines.

    Additional assistantships are available for PhD candidates enrolled at
    Stellenbosch University specifically.

    This will give delegates the opportunity to attend courses at the online
    Summer School for free. Please note that the closing date for both
    opportunities is the 22ND OF DECEMBER at midnight and we require
    motivations and supporting documentation from your home institution, so
    don't delay the application process!

    You can view the full programme on our website, or below in the
    newsletter, with full links to all the course descriptions and costs.
    Any further queries about our courses and formats can be sent to Ms
    Amalsha Galhenage at adaschool@sun.ac.za.

                     Apply Now [2]

                     Workshop information [3]

                     Costs [4]

      EARLY DOCTORAL PROGRAMME SCHOLARSHIPS

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      The ADA is privileged to offer a limited number of candidates, at the
    start of their Doctoral careers, the opportunity to attend the ADA
    online Summer School in from 13 January - 5 February 2021. We will have
    a total of 25 scholarships available, with 15 of those scholarships
    specifically for delegates from institutions that are a partner
    university of Stellenbosch University. The list of partner universities
    can be found on the website here.

    This call is open to all PhD candidates that are within the first 12
    months of their PhD degree enrolment, across all institutions and
    disciplines. More info...

      ASSISTANTSHIP BURSARIES FOR SU PHDS

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      We are able to provide funding for Stellenbosch University PhD
    candidates to work as Classroom Assistants (CAs). APPLICATIONS CLOSE 22
    DECEMBER ​2020 at midnight.

    The CAs attend the course full time (for free) and assist the
    presenter’s activities as well as the delegates, by moderating chats,
    supporting group work as well as monitoring and supporting both
    synchronous and asynchronous sessions (e.g.: the execution of
    exercises/group work on MS Teams or SUNOnline).  More info....

                     Early Doctoral Programme Scholarships [5]

                     Assistantships for Stellenbosch University PhD candidates [6]

      PROGRAMME: ONLINE SUMMER SCHOOL 2021

    You can only attend one course per week or session, as they take place
    at the same time.
    Preparatory Session: 13 - 15 January 2021
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      1 - FUNDAMENTALS OF RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS *NEW
    _An accessible introduction to quantitative, qualitative and mixed
    methods research._
    - Prof Tim Guetterman (University of Michigan, USA & Stellenbosch
    University) |Read more|

    WEEK 1: 18 - 22 JANUARY 2021

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      _Please note that each course below takes place from Monday to Friday
    each week: You can only attend one course per week, as they take place
    at the same time._

    2 - SCIENTIFIC COMMUNICATION: ARTICLE WRITING AND GIVING PRESENTATIONS
    _For researchers in all fields that want to communicate their scientific
    research in an effective way across a range of channels, including
    online presentations._
    - Prof John Creemers (KU Leuven, Belgium) and Ms Vicky Davis (Media)
    |Read more|

    3 - INTRODUCTION TO QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODOLOGY
    _Introduction and learning session on Quantitative research design and
    methods in Social and Health Sciences, and Educatio_n.
    - Prof Tim Guetterman (Ann Arbour at the University of Michigan, USA &
    Stellenbosch University) |Read more|

    4 - INTRODUCTION TO QUALITATIVE RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODOLOGY
    _Learn about Qualitative design and implementation. Examples from Social
    and Health sciences, and Education_.
    - Prof Wayne Babchuk (University of Nebraska, Lincoln, USA), with Ms Deb
    Skinstad (Stellenbosch University) |Read more|

    5 - PREPARING FOR YOUR PHD: CONSIDERATIONS AND PLANNING YOUR RESEARCH
    PROJECT
    _A roadmap for your Doctorate from conception to graduation. For new and
    aspiring PhDs across all disciplines._
    - Dr Layla Cassim (Layla Cassim ERS Consultants) & Dr Nicoline Herman
    (Stellenbosch University) *Prescribed Toolkit: R400 |Read more|

    WEEK 2: 25 - 29 JANUARY 2021

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      _Please note that each course below takes place from Monday to Friday
    each week: You can only attend one course per week, as they take place
    at the same time._

    6 - ADVANCED QUALITATIVE RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODOLOGY
    _Delegates are expected to have an understanding of Qualitative
    research, and we recommend attending the introductory course in Week 1.
    _
    - Prof Wayne Babchuk (University of Nebraska, Lincoln, USA) with Ms Deb
    Skinstad (Stellenbosch University) |Read more|

    7 - THE PRODUCTIVE PHD
    _How to be more productive in your research project, how to progress
    through visual (design) thinking and becoming 'unstuck_'.
    - Prof Sebastian Kernbach (University of St. Gallen) |Read more|

    8 - THE QUANTITATIVE PHD: FROM PHILOSOPHY TO STUDY DESIGN, DATA ANALYSIS
    AND REPORTING *NEW
    _For delegates undertaking a quantitative PhD in the natural, health,
    engineering and related fields learning more about the methods,
    including novel quantitative approaches_.
    - Prof Catherine Comiskey (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland) |Read more|

    9 - MIXED METHODS IN RESEARCH DESIGN
    _A practical and applied introduction to designing and implementing
    mixed methods research in social, health, and educational sciences. _
    - Prof Tim Guetterman (Ann Arbour at the University of Michigan, USA &
    Stellenbosch University) |Read more|

    WEEK 3: 01 - 05 FEBRUARY 2021 (SHORT-FORM COURSES)

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      _Please note that each course below are full day courses._

    Monday 1 February 2021
    10 - GOOD RESEARCH PRACTICE: RESEARCH ETHICS AND BEYOND
    _For researchers applying for ethical clearance; ensuring research
    integrity and quality of data._
    - Prof Catherine Comiskey (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland) |Read more|

    Tuesday 2 - Wednesday 3 February 2021
    11 - APPLYING SCENARIO PLANNING AS A RESEARCH METHOD AND THINKING TOOL
    *NEW
    _Explore the basics of futures thinking and learn how to apply scenario
    planning to imagine different long-term possibilities, and to think
    about various options and outcomes related to your research area._
    - Dr Njeri Mwagiru and Doris Viljoen (Institute for Futures Research,
    Stellenbosch University) |Read more|

    Tuesday 2 - Wednesday 3 February 2021
    12 - ACADEMIC WRITING FOR PUBLICATIONS: AN INTRODUCTION *NEW
    _The purpose of this interactive two day course is to provide delegates
    with practical guidance on how to write with discipline when writing
    empirical and non-empirical manuscripts, thereby increasing the
    readability and publishability of works._
    - Prof Anthony (Tony) Onwuegbuzie (University of Cambridge, University
    of Johannesburg & University of South Africa​) |Read more|

    Thursday 4 February 2021
    13 - THE SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
    _A guide to creating a research question and using research databases. _
    - Dr Lara Skelly (Stellenbosch University) |Read more|

    Friday 5 February 2021
    14 - INTRODUCTION TO IMPLEMENTATION SCIENCE: UNDERSTANDING THE
    IMPLEMENTATION OF PRACTICES OR POLICIES *NEW
    _Quantitative Research skills and techniques, using surveys and data
    analysis from survey research. _
    - Prof Catherine Comiskey (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland) |Read more|


      Dates and important information

      2021 ONLINE SUMMER SCHOOL

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      DATES:
       -  Preparatory Course: 13 - 15 January
       -  Week 1: 18 - 22 January
       -  Week 2: 25 - 29 January
       -  Week 3: 1 - 5 February

    ​ CLOSING DATES FOR PAYMENTS:
        -   Early Bird: 16 November
        -   Standard price: 16 December

    Contact Us: adaschool@sun.ac.za

      Delegates will be required to sign in and complete an orientation in
    the week/days before the course commences as part of the course
    activities.

      We are excited to continue offering our online workshops - and hope
    that we can welcome you to some of our interventions early next year.
    Please remember that you can also chat to us on our Twitter [7] and
    Facebook feeds.

    Please keep safe and healthy!
      - Team ADA

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    SCHOLARSHIP at STELLENBOSCH UNIVERSITY.
    Tel: +27 21 808 9057
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  • Cambridge International Law Conference 2021 – Call for Papers

    The Cambridge International Law Journal (CILJ) is currently accepting paper proposals for its 10thAnnual International Law Conference, titled‘National Sovereignty and International Co-operation: The Challenges
    of Navigating Global Crises’. The Conference will be held entirely online from 18-20 March 2021.

    CILJ is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal founded in 2011 by members of the postgraduate community at the University of Cambridge, with Professor Eyal Benvenisti as its honourary Editor-in-Chief.

    We would be grateful if you could circulate the Call for Papers (attached to this email, and also available athttp://cilj.co.uk/annual-conference/10th-annual-cambridge-international-law-conference-2021/)
    to staff and students at the Makerere University Law School.

    Authors who present at the Conference may also be invited to submit their papers for consideration for the dedicated conference issue of CILJ, to be published in December 2021.

    Please do not hesitate to contact me if you require further information.


    Many thanks,

    Hyfa Azeez

    Conference Team

    Cambridge International Law Journal

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