Inst. for the Study of International Development news
The Institute for the Study of International Development is pleased to announce a new partnership with the X Prize Foundation, leading to the offering of the first X Prize Design Course (INTD597) offered in Canada.
The Institute for the Study of International Development (ISID) was just awarded an unprecedented multi-year grant from the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) allowing us to offer a new graduate fellowship in Development Studies.
As a result of generous funding from the ISID’s new Leadership Council, ISID is able to award 2 Leadership Council Graduate Student Field Research Grants. Each award is valued at $4,000 and is to be used to help finance field research required for the successful completion of the applicant’s thesis or dissertation.
The Institute for the Study of International Development at McGill University invites applications for a non-tenure-track Faculty Lecturer position in the undergraduate program in International Development Studies (IDS).
McGill Awarded $1-Million Grant to Address Debilitating Parasitic Diseases in the Developing World, offering a Canadian solution to a Pressing Global Health Challenge
Mr. Khalil Shariff, Chief Executive Officer of the Aga Khan Foundation Canada, has accepted becoming the newest member of ISID's International Advisory Board.
As a result of generous funding from the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), we are pleased to announce the opening of two positions of Resident Fellow in Democratic Governance for an established researchers currently residing in Bolivia and Peru.
The Canadian International Council Fellowship Program 2009 seeks to attract both eminent established researchers as well as Canada's most promising young minds and provide them with the opportunity to help guide Canada on pressing foreign policy problems.
The Centre for Developing-Area Studies, the Arts Internship Office and Nexos Voluntarios of Peru invite you to an information session for Summer 2009 internships in Cusco, Peru.
As a result of generous funding from the Canadian International Development Agency, CDAS will be able to award 3 Graduate Student Field Research Grants for the current academic year. Each award is valued at $3,000 and is to be used to help finance field research required for the successful completion of the applicant’s thesis or dissertation.
Philip Oxhorn, director of the McGill Centre for Developing-Area Studies, writes in an opinion piece in The Ottawa Citizen: The tragedy of Zimbabwe makes as clear a case as any that the global South must step out from the shadow of colonialism and solve its own problems.