Entries for the Gro Brundtland Awards are now being accepted. This program is exclusively targeted to female applicants either from Taiwan or from developing countries. They will be undertaking research in public health & sustainable development in Taiwan. The closing date of application is 24 November 2017.
The ‘Gro Brundtland Award’ offers you an opportunity to meet and discuss with other female researchers in the same field and establish the international connection. It’s a great chance to introduce your own research to other international research groups and it promotes future collaborations between institutions.
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Level and Area of Studies
Research program in public health and sustainable development.
Place of Study
The research will be taken in Taiwan.
Eligibility and Criteria
Five young female scientists, one from Taiwan and four from other developing countries, will be invited to attend the Gro Brundtland Week after their application materials are evaluated. Applicants must:
- Be female
- Hold a research doctorate (e.g., Ph.D., Ed.D., Sc.D., D.B.A., M.D.)
- Less than 40 years of age
- Be citizens of a developing country or Taiwan
- Do research related to public health sustainable development
The citizens of Taiwan and developing countries may apply this scholarship.
Candidates should register and then submit the following documents (in pdf format) on-line:
- Personal Statement: Applicants should attach a description of their research work including specific information demonstrating how their work is related to the sustainable development & public health, particularly noting how it contributes to their own country. Maximum length is 1500 words (about 3 pages of single spaced type) plus literature citations.
- Curriculum Vitae : Please list publications and graduate coursework on research methodology or experience relevant to the main themes of the Gro Brundtland Week (5 page maximum).
- Letters of Reference: Two reference letters are required; one should be from your department chair.
24 November 2017.