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CANADIANSTUDlES
 
FACULTY ENRICHMENTPROGRAM INBRAZIL
 
Guidelines
 
Deadline for submission of application: November 29, 2004
 
 
CANADIAN STUDIES IN BRAZILFACULTY ENRICHMENT AWARD PROGRAMGUIDELINES
The Government of Canada is pleased to announce the 2004
Canadian StudiesFaculty Enrichment Award Program
for course development, including travel, tobe undertaken during the period April 1, 2005--February 28, 2006. The deadline for applications is November 29, 2004. An application form is attached.
This program of support is designed to increase knowledge andunderstanding of Canada abroad by assisting academics in higher educationinstitutions to develop and teach courses about Canada in their owndiscipline, as part of their regular teaching load
. The program enables academicaward holders to come to Canada and
gather the necessary information andmaterial
to devise a new course on Canada, or to modify or extend significantly theCanadian component of an existing course(s). Comparative courses may beregarded as “courses on Canada” where not less than 50% of the teaching time isspent on the Canadian portion.Disciplines lending themselves most readily to Canadian Studies coursedevelopment are the
social sciences and the humanities
, such as businessstudies, economics, law, international relations, history, politics, sociology,geography, arts, literature in English or French, linguistics, linguistics duality,education, communications policy, media studies, planning, science policy, socialadministration, environmental studies, architecture, and other related fields.
[Purely scientific subjects such as physics, chemistry, medicine, engineering, etc., which would notlead to a better knowledge and understanding of Canada
 per se
are not eligible, nor are proposalswhich focus exclusively on technological or methodological issues].
I. ELIGIBILITY
 Applicants must be:
 
teaching members
of the academic staff of a recognized institution of higher education or equivalent degree-granting institute in Brazil; (part-time lecturersand teaching assistants are not eligible);
proficient in
either English or French
.In addition, while
not mandatory
, applicants should provide evidence of their 
interest in or involvement with Canada
prior to the application, if such has beenthe case. This may be demonstrated by courses they have already given, researchthey have undertaken, extra-mural activities, and active participation in the activitiesof the Brazilian Association for Canadian Studies.Recipients of an award under this program are not eligible to apply in consecutivecompetitions. There will normally also a period of 3 years between awards, unlessthe second course proposal is on a different topic and the course from the first awardis still being taught. For example, a 2003-04 recipient cannot apply in the 2004-05competition, but can apply in the 2005-06 competition if the new course proposal ison a different topic and the course derived from the first award is still being taught; toupgrade and update the course derived from the 2003-04 award, one will be eligibleto apply in the 2006-07.
FEP Guidelines: page 2 of 5
 
II. VALUE OF AWARDS
 The
award
will consist of a contribution towards international air fare of up to$1,750 CDN for Eastern and Central Canada destinations and $2,000 CDN for Western Canada and British Columbia destinations, and an allowance of $800 CDNper complete week of stay in Canada to assist with costs of domestic travel andliving expenses for a maximum of four weeks.
III. TERMS AND CONDITIONS
 The Government of Canada, through the Canadian Embassy, Brasilia, will makegrants to successful candidates on condition that the candidate must give a writtenundertaking on his/her own behalf that:
he/she will normally be
employed as a teacher member of the academicstaff 
at the institution where he/she is currently employed for at least one fullacademic year following the period of the award;
he/she will
begin to teach the new course or part-courses related to theaward
no later than the academic year following the period of the award;
as much as possible, he/she will offer the “Canadian” course (i.e. with a
minimum of 50 percent Canadian content
) developed as a result of thisaward, at least
three times during the six academic years
following theperiod of the award;
the course(s) on Canada to be given as a result of the award will be
new or considerably modified or extended version of a course(s) previouslytaught by the applicant
(if any) and will treat one or more aspect of Canadian Studies in a substantive way;
he/she will
make all arrangements
relating to the visit, including:
 
international travel,
 
 
passport and
 
visa (if needed),
 
 
accommodation and travel within Canada,
 
 
medical insurance while in Canada,
 
 
visit plans, including inter alia appointments with Canadian academics andother resource persons, access to libraries, study centres, etc.;
 
 
the period to which the award will apply will be used exclusively for study designed to enhance the award holder’s capability to teach aboutCanada
; the award will not be used to pursue research in conjunction withanother project; and, where supplemental funding is obtained fromelsewhere, the time devoted to professional development under this programwill be at least proportional to ratio of the value of this award to that of thetotal income derived;
he/she will
remain in Canada
throughout the period to which the awardrelates;
a
report
detailing the professional activities undertaken during the visit toCanada and including the new course outline developed as a result of theaward will be sent to the appropriate Canadian Embassy within 60 days of the completion of the trip
or no later than March 1
st
, 2006
. Failure to providesuch documentation by that date may result in the forfeiture of the finalpayment of the award.
FEP Guidelines: page 3 of 5

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