The Canada Excellence Research Chair (CERC) in Migration and Integration at Ryerson University invites expressions of interest from highly-achieved international post-doctoral researchers, and is concurrently seeking Senior Research Associates.
- Post-Doctoral Researchers may be nominated in September 2019 for prestigious external awards, noted below, and would begin residency at Ryerson in Toronto, Canada, as early as May 2020 for a minimum period of one year, with possibility of renewal. Please send inquiries ASAP, as we will consider possible nominations for external opportunities early in July.
- Senior Research Associates will begin residency at Ryerson in Toronto, Canada, as early as September 2019 for a minimum period of one year, with possibility of renewal. Later starting dates are possible into Spring 2020. Deadline is July 31 for first consideration, although top applicants should contact us at later dates.
The CERC offers an opportunity to pursue new research, develop leadership potential, and collaborate internationally with Professor Anna Triandafyllidou, formerly Robert Schuman Chair at the Global Governance Programme, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute in Florence, Italy, and pioneering researcher in governance of migration in relation to cultural diversity and nationalism.
The CERC is beginning a seven-year research agenda, on an international scale, in the following thematic areas:
1) Migration Trends
2) Migrant Agency, Stakeholders, Networks and Institutions
3) Comparative Analysis of Migration and Integration Policies and their Outcomes
4) Addressing the Role of Cities in Managing Diversity
5) Thinking Forward: Migration Challenges for Canada and the World in 2050