The Centre for Family and Population Research (CFPR) is inviting applications for seed grants to jumpstart research projects in family and population studies. We are looking to fund research ideas that have the potential to be developed into a larger grant. CFPR aims to promote collaborative, interdisciplinary research. The proposed topics should fall within the scope of CFPR’s research themes which are:
For this round, there will be up to two grants awarded on a competitive basis. Award size depends on the proposed scope of work and will average about S$5,000, and be capped at S$10,000 per award. The fund can be used to support the employment of research assistants, fieldwork expenses, research-related travel and materials/consumables provided these are within NUS policies on procurement of goods and services. Grants will be awarded for a funding period of 2 years.
This grant call is open to full time FASS Faculty Members and Postdoctoral Fellows who are Associates of the Centre for Family and Population Research. Postdoctoral Fellows are required to have a tenured faculty member as a co-PI.
Applications are now open until 1 September 2017. Successful applications will be announced in October 2017.
Interested parties should submit the following to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A 3-page proposal highlighting the aims of the project, academic significance, approach and innovative contributions to the field of family and population studies in particular, and the social sciences in general. Expected deliverables from the proposed projects should also be indicated in the proposal. Applicants are required to state whether their projects have the potential for development into a larger project.
Annexes should include:
Terms and Conditions
A calendar of grant calls at FASS is available here.
A list of internal and external research grants available for NUS staff can also be found at the NUS Staff portal.
For details about the schedule, please approach the relevant contact persons.
Tier 1 Ms Lim Suk Hong | 6516 6480 | email@example.com
Tier 2 Ms Brenda Lim ABHSS (EP4) | 6516 5286 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Tier 3 Ms Soh Li Yan | 6516 4823 | email@example.com
The Centre for Family and Population Research (CFPR) is inviting proposals for events to be funded for 2015-2016. In particular, we are looking for collaborative and innovative research events, such as conferences, workshops and roundtables, especially those of interdisciplinary nature. We are also looking to create synergy by assisting those with ideas, in finding like-minded indviduals with similar research interests across different disciplines.
The proposed events should deal with topics that are consistent with CFPR's main research themes which are:
Interested applicants should submit an application package consisting of:
All submissions and clarifications should be directed to Ms Lori Jane Pasaraba at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Centre for Family and Population Research (CFPR) is inviting proposals for its lunchtime seminar series. This is a regular event held by CFPR as a venue for faculty members, researchers and students working in the field of family and population studies, to present their projects (ongoing/completed) and exchange ideas for the advancement of research in the study of trends, determinants, and consequences of family and population changes, particularly in Asia.
To be considered, the proposals must examine issues that are consistent with CFPR's research themes: marriage and family, ageing and health, children and youth, migration, population dynamics, intergenerational relations, human capital, labour force, and gender. Interdisciplinary works are given preference.
The seminars approximately run for 90 minutes, including a 30-minute Q & A.
NUS applicants who are keen to present their own work should write and send a 200-word abstract to Ms Lori Jane Pasaraba at email@example.com.
Alternatively, NUS faculty members can recommend colleagues or collaborators from overseas institutions who may be interested to visit Singapore to present their work. Funding is available for a return airfare to Singapore using the most economical route, and accommodation for two nights at the NUS Visitor's Lodge or at an NUS corporate hotel depending on availability. A two-page CV of the proposed speaker, a 200-word abstract of the work, as well as the proposed date of the seminar should be sent to the email address mentioned above.
Selection will be done on a rolling basis.