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Paper presented at the Council for European Studies on 'How the EU Practiced the Security-Development Nexus in Afghanistan: A Critical Reflection', Philadelphia, April 14-16, 2016

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the Midwest Political Science Association (MPSA) on 'The comprehensive approach to post-conflict reconstruction: US and Canada in Afghanistan compared', Chicago, Il., 4-10 April, 2016.

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Scholarships & Grants

 

2017-2023 Insight Grant, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Canada (SSHRC); "Burden sharing in the North Atlan-tic Treaty Organization (NATO): a post-positivist analysis"

2015-2018 Insight Development Grant, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Canada (SSHRC); "The comprehensive approach to post-conflict reconstruction: Canada and the United States in Afghanistan".

2009-2011 Post-doctoral Fellow, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Canada (SSHRC); Centre for International Relations, Queen's University. 


2008 Visiting scholar, European Forum, Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, Stanford University, California.


2007-2008 R.D. Byers Post-doctoral fellowship, Queen’s University
awarded by the Department of National Defence (DND) and carried out at the Queen’s Centre for International Relations, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario.


2007  Special Projects Fund of the Department of National Defence
For a research project investigating Canada’s role in the NATO alliance in the 1990s.


2007  Fund for Scholarly and Professional Development
Queen’s University, Dean of Arts.


2007  Fellowship of the European Community Studies Association Canada (ECSA-C)
to attend and present a paper at a transatlantic workshop held at the European University Institute in Florence in April 2007.


2005-07 Government of Canada International Scholarship
Doctoral full-time scholarship from the Canadian government (Government of Canada Award) for international doctoral students.


2006 Finalist for 2006 Cadieux-Leger Fellowship Competition
In the Policy Research Division (POR) of the Department of Foreign Affairs Canada and International Trade.

2006  Research Grant
From the European Union through the Community Studies Association in Canada (ECSA-C) to present a paper at the International Political Science Association’s (IPSA) World Congress in Fukuoka, Japan between 9-14th July, 2006.


2002-03 DAAD Scholarship
Full-time M.A. scholarship from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) for graduate studies at Carleton University in Ottawa. The scholarship included full tuition coverage, full health care coverage and travel allowances between Ottawa and Goettingen.


2002 Research Grant
From EEP Parliamentary Group of the European Parliament to conduct research at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France.


2002-03 Bursary
Carleton University, Faculty of Graduate Studies to finish my M.A. graduate studies at Carleton University in Ottawa.


2000-02 ERASMUS Scholarship
of the European Union for  senior undergraduate studies at Uppsala University in Sweden.

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©2007 Marielle Nollert, Hamburg, Germany