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Research Funding for Masters’ Students at the University of Guelph l Deadline: 20 October 2021

Research Funding for Masters’ Students at the University of Guelph 

Funding is available for students currently enrolled in a Masters’ Program at the University of Guelph to undertake empirical research on topics related to gender and generation in India, South Asia, Indian or South Asian Diaspora as part of the research program of the Canada Research Chair in Gender, Justice and Development. Deadline: 20 October 2021 

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CIRCLE Research Fund for U of G Masters Student l Deadline: 01 November 2021 

CIRCLE Masters Student Research Fund l Deadline: 01 November 2021 

Two awards each of $2500 annually for Masters’ students currently enrolled at the University of Guelph whose research focusing on India, South Asia and/ or Indian, South Asian diaspora. Deadline: 01 November 2021 


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Successful Defense by Elisa Cooper

On September 17th, Elisa Cooper successfully defended her MSc. thesis in Capacity Development and Extension, entitled Transforming Ourselves and Transforming Our Community: A case study of learning theory and practice within Society of the Universal Learner in Bihar, India.  Thesis advisor: Dr.Helen Hambly

U of G Student Opportunity in Web and Social Media - Deadline Sept 24, 2021

The Canada India Research Centre for Learning and Engagement (CIRCLE) is seeking a University of Guelph Student to assist with maintaining and updating the CIRCLE website and social media accounts. This paid position would report to the Director of CIRCLE and will work closely with the Director, administrative assistant and the CSAHS communications department.  

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Sharada Srinivasan: Getting to the root of understanding and changing gender norms

Many countries today make gender issues a priority. That's a testament to the impactful gains made by gender advocates the world over.

But deep-rooted issues remain – among them, the wage gaps between men and women, inequalities in land ownership and access to other resources, stagnant and declining women's labor force participation, and violence against women.

Andrea Paras: Towards interculturally competent humanitarianism

Heart-to-heart connections, an openness to differences, and busting myths are all part of being interculturally competent. Dr. Andrea Paras, Associate Professor at the University of Guelph, believes intercultural competence is learned, not instinctive. In other words, it must be taught…and she's committed to helping it flourish.

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