last reviewed November 14, 2017

The Halbert Fellowship supports creation and early maintenance of new research networks involving both faculty and their graduate students. Applications from young faculty with no pre-existing relationship with Hebrew University are especially welcome. The fellowship requires a three-year commitment, renewable each year. It provides a maximum of CAD$45,000, evenly divided over the three years. While researchers may find it necessary to pursue additional funding, the fellowship offers substantial support.

In the first year, funds are provided to visit the Hebrew University in order to create collaborative relationships with colleagues at the Hebrew University. Together, faculty develop a research program built on shared or complementary interests.

In the second year, funds are provided to pursue collaborative research while, in the third, funds are to be used for a conference or the equivalent to facilitate public presentation and publication of team results.


The application process proceeds in two stages:

  1. The deadline for the first round of the process is Monday, January 15, 2018. The Stage I application form (which can be found below) with a short overview of the project is submitted for review. The Halbert Reveiw Committee will evaluate the applications in meeting held in January. Successful applicants will be invited to submit a Stage II application.

  2. The deadline for the Stage II application (which will be available below) is due Thursday, March 1, 2018.

Download Application
To apply for a Halbert Network Fellowship, please download the Stage I application package and email to by the deadline.

Complete instructions are included in the application package.

Stage I Application:
Download the 2018 Halbert Network Instructions and Application (Stage 1)

Stage II Application (applications by invitation only):
Download the 2018 Halbert Network Instructions (Stage 2) PDF



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