Grants for Young Researchers
Jobs and Studentships
Soil Conservation Projects
3. 6. 2018
we would like to draw your attention to the job opportunities within the DFG priority program "Rhizosphere spatiotemporal organization - a key to rhizosphere functions". Positions are available for PhDs, coordination, technician and data management. Please forward this e-mail to people within your institute which might be interested in the application. For details and a printable version use the following link:
19. 4. 2018
The Himalayan University Consortium (HUC) Secretariat, hosted by the International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD), has a call open for application. Interested applicants should register as a user on the newly launched HUC Online Portal to submit an application:
Additional details regarding the call are presented below and included on our website. We would very much appreciate if you could share the announcement with eligible candidates.
Please direct queries regarding the calls to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thematic Areas: Climate Change and Adaptation in the Hindu Kush Himalayas
Eligibility & requirements: Led by a HUC full member, in partnership with another HUC full member in a different country; implementation must involve Swiss expertise.
Size of grant: USD 25,000–35,000 per grant (for all partners in one grant)
Duration: 12 to 15 months
Start date: 15 June 2018
Deadline for proposals: 7 May 2018
Recipients of HUC institutional grants in previous cycles are strongly encouraged to apply
Thought for the month
“The earth is nobler than the world we have put upon it”
(John Boynton Priestley, 1894-1984, written in 1939).
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