The Consortium for Peace Studies (CPS) at the University of Calgary is pleased to announce the sixth Annual Research Fellowship in Peace Studies for 2012-2013. This Fellowship is held at the University of Calgary and can range from two to eight months. A stipend of $6,000 (Canadian) is associated with this Fellowship. The primary goal of the CPS is to promote, encourage and to advance peace research and peace work locally and globally. This fellowship helps to unite academics, community peace workers, students, peace enthusiasts, community groups and those in the business of peace, with the intention of creating dynamic and comprehensive research that can then be applied to advance peace and transform conflicts in local and international arenas. The University of Calgary considers experience abroad and contact with foreign scholars critical to the development of global awareness and to shaping an international character on campus.
This fellowship is open to all disciplines so long as the research is directly related to peace studies or conflict transformation. To view past fellowship recipients, please see sidebar on the upper left side of this page.
To view U of C Peace Research Fellowship application details click here.
2013-2014 BOSE BABATUNDE, University of Iliron, Nigeria
2012-2013 Damilola S Olawuyi, Oxford University, UK
2011-2012 Dr. Sanem Sahin, Turkish Cypress
2010-2011 Dr. Heidi Hudson, University of Free State, Bloemfontein, South Africa
2009-10 Dr. Adam Dinham, Goldsmith, University of London, UK
2008-09 Dr. Susan Dente Ross, Washington State University, USA
2007-08 Carlo Aldrovandi, PhD Candidate, University of Bradford, UK
2006-07 Dr. Jim Whitman, University of Bradford, UK