The Erskine Programme is pleased to announce that nominations for the 2020 Canterbury, Cambridge and Oxford Fellowships and Grants are now open.
Nominations for visits to UC (fellowships) and visits by UC academics (grants) are due into the Erskine Programme Office by 10 May 2019. Visits will take place during 2020.
Further information and the nomination forms can be found at https://intranet.canterbury.ac.nz/erskine/forms.shtml
Canterbury Fellowships and Grants are available for non-Erskine Schools/Departments being:
- the College of Arts (excluding the Departments of Philosophy, Linguistics and NCRE);
- The College of Education, Health and Human Development (exuding the School of Health Sciences); and
- The School of Law.
All Schools and Departments can apply for a Cambridge and Oxford Fellowship or Grant.
Please contact the Erskine Programme Office at email@example.com if you have any questions.
The Erskine Programme would like to announce the arrival of the following Visiting Fellows to UC:
- Emeritus Professor Colin Ballantyne from the University of St. Andrews, UK will be teaching in the Department of Geography,
- Assistant Professor Rosmarie Friemann from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden will be teaching in the School of Biological Sciences (Biochemistry),
- Professor Alexander Dmitriev from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden will be teaching in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
- Professor Sara Fabrikant from the University of Zurich, Switzerland will be teaching in the Department of Geography,
- Professor Gary Libecap from the University of California, USA will be teaching in the Department of Economics and Finance.
- Professor Mark Distefano from the University of Minnesota, USA will be teaching in the School of Physical and Chemical Sciences,
- Professor Bodo Rosenhahn from Leibniz University of Hannover, Germany will be teaching in the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering.
- Professor Cameron Graham from York University, Canada will be teaching in the Department of Accounting and Information Systems, and
- Professor Michael Delichatsios from the University of Ulster, UK will be teaching in the Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering.
We hope our new and returning visitors to UC, and their families, enjoy their visit.