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German Mobility and Research Cooperation Opportunities
Dalhousie researchers with interests in Germany are invited to attend an information session on German Mobility and Research Cooperation Opportunities on Thursday 23 November 2017 from 12-1pm in Room 303 of the Student Union Building. It will be presented by staff from the Canadian Information Centre of DAAD, the German Academic Exchange Service.
DAAD is Germany's national agency for the support of international academic cooperation and exchange. At this information session, DAAD staff will provide details of funding opportunities open to Canadian faculty and postdoctoral fellows in all disciplines, who are interested in pursuing research or collaborative activities with partners at German institutions.
Topics covered will include:
• the German research landscape;
• DAAD funding for faculty/postdoctoral mobility between Canada and Germany;
• DAAD support for programming carried out in conjunction with German university partners;
• activities funded by DAAD and other German funding agencies (e.g. DFG – German Research Foundation, Alexander von Humboldt Foundation) currently taking place across Canada.
All interested researchers are invited to attend. An RSVP would be appreciated: firstname.lastname@example.org.
This event is part of a series being presented at Dalhousie by DAAD on 23 November. There will also be an information session for students interested in study and/or research in Germany, to be held from noon-1 pm in the International Centre, at LeMarchant Place (1246 LeMarchant St.). Please share the news of this student-focused session with any interested students.
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