Requests for Proposals

Prentice Institute Affiliate Partnership Grant

This funding opportunity is part of the Prentice Institute for Global Population and Economy’s set of granting awards at the University of Lethbridge. Broadly, the mandate of the Prentice Institute is to conduct and support research focused on changing human populations and the potential impacts of these changes on social, environmental, and economic factors. The Institute also conducts and supports research on long-term changes in human and economic environments, with an emphasis on the role human actions play in influencing these outcomes. From the perspective of knowledge translation, the Institute also seeks to communicate research in effective ways to communities, governments, organizations.

Within the context of this mandate, the Prentice Institute funds research projects focused on one or more of the following areas (1) Populations, (2) Economy, (3) Ecosystems, and (4) Health (see Figure 1 below). The objective of the Prentice Institute Affiliate Partnership Grant is to foster the development of projects across institutions and organizations focused on one or more of these core areas, and that address a clear research-related knowledge gap or need.

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Prentice Institute for Global Population and Economy: Graduate Assistantship Grant 2022

Application Deadline: August 15, 2022

This funding opportunity is part of the Prentice Institute for Global Population and Economy’s set of granting awards at the University of Lethbridge. Broadly, the mandate of the Prentice Institute is to conduct and support research focused on changing human populations and the potential impacts of these changes on social, environmental, and economic factors. The Institute also conducts and supports research on long-term changes in human and economic environments, with an emphasis on the role human actions play in influencing these outcomes. From the perspective of knowledge translation, the Institute also seeks to communicate
research in effective ways to communities, governments, organizations.

Within the context of this mandate, the Prentice Institute funds research projects focused on one or more of the following areas (1) Populations, (2) Economy, (3) Ecosystems, and (4) Health.

The objective of the Prentice Institute Graduate Assistantship Grant is to foster the development of projects and students focused on one or more of these core areas. Prentice Institute affiliates at the University of Lethbridge may apply for funding for a graduate student. There is funding for one Masters’ student and one PhD student to a maximum of $15,000 per annum, inclusive of all costs (i.e., a total of two students may receive the award this year). The maximum term of employment for the Masters’ student is two years; maximum term of employment for the PhD student is four years. The project upon which the student will be working will be led by the research affiliate, and may be at any stage of development but must not be part of the student’s thesis project.

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