PAGES-IAI Webinar: Networks on past global change research in Latin America and the Caribbean
In 2021 PAGES and the Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research (IAI) announced the International Mobility Research Fellowship Program for Latin American and Caribbean early-career scientists on past global changes.
The program, funded by PAGES, aims to contribute to the development of collaborative research and the promotion of paleoscience networks in Latin America and the Caribbean.
The fellowship supports Latin American and Caribbean early-career scientists pursuing international research experience in paleoscience and is intended to support costs associated with international travel and living expenses while abroad (airfares, visas, health/travel insurance, and subsistence costs for the fellow only).
Since the launch of the fellowship in 2021, the program has enabled ten recipients to make an exchange within Latin America and/or the Caribbean:
> Find out more about the 2022 recipients
> Find out more about the 2023 recipients
On 30 March 2023, PAGES and the Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research (IAI) held a webinar on "Interdisciplinary and international collaborative networks to promote past global change research in Latin America and the Caribbean". The aim of which was to bring together renowned scientists from South America and fellowship awardees to share their experiences and lessons learned from the joint fellowship program launched in 2021.
"In this webinar, the IAI - PAGES fellowship recipients share some of their experiences in the program and some of the lessons learned, accompanied by renowned scientists from South America and the Caribbean to discuss the challenges and opportunities of international collaboration. and interdisciplinary and ways to engage researchers from low- and middle-income countries in this network.
With the participation of:
- Marie-France Loutre, Executive Director of PAGES
- Marcella Ohira, IAI Deputy Executive Director and Director of Capacity Development
- Matias Baranzelli, Argentina
- Monica Vicente, Bolivia
The English interpretation of this event served to facilitate communication and does not constitute an authentic or verbatim record of the proceedings. Simultaneous interpretation is an extemporaneous and intangible asset with meaning only at a particular time and in a specific context. Only the original speech is authentic and, therefore, the definitive version."
The recordings of the webinars are available at the following links:
The next deadline to apply for a fellowship is on 18 August 2023.