Hokkaido University promotes Global Activities of Women Scientists

Global Networking Award 2017

(Restricted to Hokkaido University women faculty members)
Hokkaido University is running the “WinGS (Women in Global Science) Project” to promote international activities of female faculty members as a part of the Program for Promoting the Enhancement of Research Universities. The WinGS Project sets up “Global Networking Award” aiming to encourage globally active women faculties of Hokkaido University to show up on international stages and to create global networks.

Name of the Award

Hokkaido University Global Networking Award

Content of the Award

In addition to commendation, travel expenses and registration fees for attending international academic congresses/meetings and Plus-One Visit will be supplied (up to 400,000YEN)

Eligible applicants

The applicants must meet the following conditions:

  • The applicants must be Hokkaido University women faculty members only (associate professors, lecturers, and assistant professors including specially appointed faculty).
  • The applicants must have oral or poster presentation as the first author at international academic congresses/meetings in fiscal 2017.
  • The applicants must visit researchers or institutions for collaboration, on the way to or from the congress/meeting.

Winners will participate in presentation training organized by FResHU Office before participating in the international congress.

Application Guidelines

Download ‘Application form’ and submit as an attached file as below.

  • Submit to freshu@synfoster.hokudai.ac.jpbtn-download
  • Subject of the mail should be: GNA-WinGS2017 Application (your name)
  • Attached file should be designated as: GNA-WinGS2017 AF (your name)
  • Deadline for applications

    June 14th, 2017

    Notes

    Since it may not be possible to use this subsidy when traveling together with other budget, please consult in advance.

Award Winners

  • Dr. Nataly Carolina Rosero Navarro Assistant Professor, Faculty of Engineering
  • Dr. Yuna Kim Assistant Professor, Research Institute for Electronic Science