Deadline: 19 March 2021
Open to: people from or working in Eastern Africa
Benefits: a stipend of US $700 each month
The Open Society University Network (OSUN) Research Hub in Eastern Africa invites applicants to a 10-month research fellowship. Selected Fellows will serve as the inaugural cohort for the Hub and will have the opportunity to work closely with faculty and OSUN leadership on setting the agenda and direction of the work.
OSUN is global in scope, with deep partnerships among diverse institutions committed to addressing global challenges collaboratively. The network seeks to integrate curricula and research across institutions in different countries. The Research Hub is a critical part of OSUN’s broader work in Eastern Africa, which includes undergraduate course offerings for displaced and host community learners as well as teacher training in these same contexts.
Research proposals should focus on one of OSUN’s Academic Themes and should situate research in the region of Eastern Africa:
The Hubs are also very interested in research related to pedagogical developments in marginalized settings.
Open to people from or working in Eastern Africa. Research proposals should focus on one of OSUN’s Academic Themes and should situate research in the region of Eastern Africa.
Candidates should submit a resume showing their interests and experience in conducting research, two letters of reference, a writing sample of not more than 10 pages, and a one-page proposal for the research and writing they propose to complete by the end of the fellowship period. The work can include written, audio or video material. Final submissions will need to be in complete, edited, publishable form by January 2022.
For more information please visit the official website.