Proposals are now being accepted by the University of Minnesota and Cornell University for three programs funding research on "Abundance and Scarcity," that fit within the University of Minnesota Press Quadrant initiative, or promise collaboration with researchers studying "Settlement, Integration & Membership."
University of Minnesota Scholar Opportunities:
The Institute for Advanced Study and the Office of the Vice President for Research invite proposals for collaborative interdisciplinary research and creative projects on the topic of "Abundance & Scarcity" the subject of the University Symposium for the two-year period beginning in the fall of 2010. Proposals are due October 15, 2010. Full information and submission instructions are at http://www.ias.umn.edu/symposiumapply.php.
External Scholar Opportunities:
The IAS and the University of Minnesota Press invite applications for Quadrant Fellowships. Please note that these fellowships are not open to faculty or staff at the University of Minnesota and may not be used for work toward a degree. Applications are due November 19, 2010. Full information and application instructions are at http://www.ias.umn.edu/quadrantapply.php.
Cornell University's Institute for the Social Sciences offers a position, also. Post-doctoral associates are sought for participation in an interdisciplinary project on Immigration: "Settlement, Integration & Membership." Applications will be accepted for a one-year position, beginning approximately August 15, 2010. The application deadline is November 15, 2010. Details at available at http://www.socialsciences.cornell.edu/1013/Immigrant_desc.html.