Young Global Changers Scholarship Programme – APPLICATIONS OPEN NOW

Applications are welcomed from early career professionals from all over the world who are working on a project or research topic that addresses one or more of the key challenges of human development (i.e. globalisation, migration, climate change, digitalisation) to the Young Global Changers Scholarship Programme.

Successful candidates will attend the Think 20 summit in Berlin (29th – 30th May 2017). The deadline for applications is 10th April 2017.

More information including how to apply, can be found here.

VACANCY: Scientist, Forests, Food Security and Nutrition – Center for International Forestry Research

A vacancy has become available at the Center for International Forestry Research. The Scientist for Forests, Food Security and Nutrition will support CIFOR’s growing portfolio of work linking forests, food security and nutrition, including the work of the Bushmeat Research Initiative, by providing support for on-going projects and feedback on outputs and proposals for future work

More information and how to apply to this role is available on the Center for International Forestry Research website.

EARLY CAREER TRAVEL GRANTS FOR IUNS-ICN

The International Union of Nutritional Sciences (IUNS) is sponsoring travel to the 21st International Congress of Nutrition (IUNS-ICN) in Buenos Aires, Argentina, 15-20th October 2017.  A limited number of travel grants is available for early career scientists (within 10 years of graduation).

To apply visit the ICN website where you will find more information on eligibility and the application process.

eNA Needs and Demand Survey – still open!

The eNA Needs and Demands Survey is still open!

IUNS is proud to be a founding partner of the eNutrition Academy (eNA), along with Nutrition Society of the UK and Ireland, American Society for Nutrition (ASN), Federation of African Nutrition Societies (FANUS) and African Nutrition Society (ANS). The eNA has recently developed a ‘Needs and Demand’ survey to gather opinions and views on e-learning across Africa, in order to develop new materials.

If you are a Student, Trainee or Practitioner and would like to complete the survey please click here to access the questionnaire.