African Student Postdoctoral Fellowships at Toronto Metropolitan University, Canada – 2023
With the intention of fostering a more diverse and inclusive academic community and fostering the growth of Black scholarship, Toronto Metropolitan University in Canada is putting this concept into action. In particular, this initiative aims to promote the academic achievements of the Black community while advancing Black scholarship and intellectual traditions.
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Concerning Toronto Metropolitan University
A public research institution called Toronto Metropolitan University (TMU or Toronto Met) is situated in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The institution operates sites throughout Toronto, although its main campus is located in the Garden District. The university has seven academic departments or faculties: the faculties of arts, community services, science, engineering, and law; the creative school; the law school, the Lincoln Alexander School of Law; and the management school, the Ted Rogers School of Management. These faculties are frequently divided up further into smaller departments and schools. Through the G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education, the university also offers continuing education services.
Eligible Countries: International
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Value of Award: Funding will be available to provide $70,000 per year to support up to two years of postdoctoral salary for four (4) Black scholars.
Eligibility Criteria for the Fellowship
- Applicants must self-identify as Black (of African descent; for example, Africans and African heritage people from the Caribbean, Americas, and Europe).
- Applicants must be eligible to work in Canada by the start of the Postdoctoral position. International applicants may apply; however, successful international applicants will require a work permit and Canadian Social Insurance Number in order to take up the postdoctoral position. Exceptional start dates may be negotiated in relation to the permit and visa process timelines.
- Applicants must be associated with a current or proposed supervisor who holds a tenured or tenure-track faculty position at TMU and includes a letter of support from the proposed supervisor.
Application Deadline: April 1, 2023
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Applicants must submit, through the YSGS Scholarship and Fellowship Application Portal the following materials:
- A cover letter
- A CV
- A scholarly, research, and creative (SRC) activity proposal
- A letter of support from the proposed supervisor
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