American Primary Awards

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These Fulbright Awards provide approximately 50 teaching and/or research grants to U.S. faculty and experienced professionals in a wide variety of academic and professional fields.

  • Grant lengths (vary in duration): applicants can propose projects for a period of 4,9 to 12 months.
  • Dates of the awards should coincide with the academic year of the host institution.
    Please see more details about each award.
  • Deadline: 2017-18 competition closes August 1, 2016

Postdoctoral Research Awards support promising new scholars and assist them in establishing a research base at an important time in their research careers. Preferred candidates are recent PhD graduates undertaking original research, publishing research findings, developing and expanding personal research networks, and preparing for research-intensive careers within and beyond academia. Current awards are being offered for either an academic year, or a calendar year.

Distinguished Visiting Research Chairs

Fulbright Canada Visiting Research Chairs are pre-arranged affiliations to host exceptional scholars who conduct research important to that university. Partner universities are excited to welcome the Fulbright Visiting Chairs into campus life and encourage them to engage with students and faculty, and the broader community. You can guest lecture at university courses, mentor students, lecture in public venues, network, and promote your research, while representing the Fulbright program, and your home and host institutions.

Traditional All Disciplines Award are self-placed awards that may be held at any university, research centre, think tank, or government agency in Canada. This award allows scholars to conduct research, teach, or undertake a combination of these activities.

Other Award Opportunities are self-placed awards that may be held at any university, research centre, think tank, or government agency in Canada. This award allows scholars to conduct research, teach, or undertake a combination of these activities.

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