3 Travel Grants Available for Early-Career Researchers

Future Earth Norway is offering three travel support packages for Norwegian-based early-career researchers to attend Future Earth´s European regional workshop: Transdisciplinary research and co-design in practice.

This free workshop will run for 1.5 days from 22-23 November at the Swedish Royal Academy of Sciences in Stockholm. It aims to help participants:


  • Get acquainted with the principles and approaches of transdisciplinary research and coproduction of knowledge
  • Learn the main steps required to prepare a stakeholder interaction plan for a research Project
  • Practice and apply the learnings in practical exercises and apply these main steps on their own projects

Trainer organisations:

Centre for Development and Environment (CDE), University of Bern td-net, Network for Transdisciplinary Research, Swiss Academy of Arts and Sciences International Social Science Council (ISSC), Susanne Moser Research & Consulting



European Alliance of Global Change Research Committees, Future Earth, Swedish national committee for global change research, SSEESS


Overview of programme

Day I:

Session 1: Transdisciplinarity and co-design (plenary) Session 2: Stakeholder and context analysis (plenary)

Day II:

Session 2 (continued): Practical exercises in small groups for designing a stakeholder interaction plan Session 3: Feedback, discussion, next steps (plenary)


Download the full programme at: http://www.futureearth.org/norway/travel-grants-transdisciplinary-workshop


To apply for travel support:

Three travel support packages are available for Norwegian-based, early-career researchers (early-career is defined as 10 years since completing a PhD) working on global change and sustainability related topics. Please send a short CV and short motivation letter to Leonie Goodwin at l.j.goodwin@sosgeo.uio.no by the 18 October 2016. Applicants will be notified late October / early November if they are successful.

Published Oct. 6, 2016 1:18 PM - Last modified Oct. 6, 2016 1:18 PM