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Apply for research grants on social resilience themes

Professors, associated lecturers and senior lecturers employed at the Faculty of Social Sciences are now invited to apply for research grants on the broad theme of social resilience. Last application day is 15 January 2022.

Social resilience can be broadly understood as the ability of persons, groups or communities to withstand and recover from external stresses, such as environmental change or social, economic or political upheaval.

Successful candidates are expected to contribute to the collective effort of the faculty’s research agenda on social resilience.

The grant covers 20 percent of the salary costs for a year with the possibility to extend by one additional year. The successful candidate is supposed to add parts of her or his faculty funded research time to the granted 20 percent. The expected starting date is 1 March 2022.

More information is available here