Cheryl L’Hirondelle: recipient of the Governor General’s Award Visual and Media Arts
D’Arcy McGee Beacon Fellowships – open for applications
In memory of Grand Chief Joseph Tokwiro Norton
Free online Irish language classes a huge success!
Internationalization, Global Citizenship and Civic Engagement in Atlantic Canada and Ireland
“Borders of Memory: Remembrance, Resilience, and Reconciliation in Ireland and Canada”
Business Succession in the Fishing and Agricultural Communities
Tuairisc ó Ottawa, Ontario
Hey Canadians – would you like to learn the Irish language for free?
“Pb isotopic fingerprinting of sands, offshore Nova Scotia: a novel approach to unravelling sand sources in the Scotian Basin”
“exploring new techniques that will aid in understanding the resilience of lakes to disturbance from contaminants….”
“Research in the areas of knot theory, quantum topology and number theory”
James M Flaherty Program Awardees 2019/20
“Disability Entrepreneurs as Creators of Future Wealth”
“Understanding the origins of granite rocks in Donegal”
“…examining marine foraging location of Irish and Canadian Atlantic salmon in the past and present”
“Developing a rural social enterprise education and research framework”
“Economic Governance: Lessons For New Brunswick From Ireland”
“The Agri-Cultural Imagination: Ideas of the Future of Agriculture and Their Impact on the Present”
“Fatigue testing of bone adhesives”
“A Stinging Fly Story? An Irish Literary Body Examined”
“Shining the Spotlight on the Shifting Sites of Tax Expertise”
“Development of Realistic Computational Models of Osteoarthritis”
“Learning from experience to advance the operationalization of integrated coastal and marine management”
“A Post-Colonial Era? Comparing Mi’kmaq and Irish experiences of British colonialism” – Report from Dobbin Atlantic Scholar
D’Arcy McGee International Forum 2018 – a photographic review
Welcoming Grand Chief Joseph Norton of the Mohawk territory Kahnawake to Dublin
ICUF awards a range of Scholarships to both Irish and Canadian scholars and academics whose research contributes to the academic and cultural links between Canada and Ireland.
Meet the Scholars
ICUF has awarded scholarships to over 500 individuals, from both Canada and Ireland. Scholarships have been awarded in a wide range of disciplines.