Archived Programs

The Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies is pleased to announce the appointment of Moura Quayle as Chair of the Peter Wall Endowment Board of Trustees

This application call is now closed.
Funding of up to $20,000 is available for new interdisciplinary groups working to produce publications that take a systems approach towards understanding and addressing the root causes of our society's many interlocking crises and challenges.

This program has been discontinued. In January 2014 we launched the new Wall Scholars Research Award, which combines the Early Career Scholars, Distinguished Scholars in Residence, and Research Mentorship Awards into one program.

The Peter Wall Institute welcomes exceptional scholars through its Distinguished Visiting Professor program. A distinguished senior scholar with a reputation for interdisciplinary engagement will be invited to spend an academic term in full-time residence at the Institute.

The Early Career Start-Up Research Grant has been discontinued. In January 2014 we launched the new Wall Scholars Research Award, which combines the Early Career Scholars, Distinguished Scholars in Residence, and Research Mentorship Awards into one program.

This program has been discontinued. In January 2014 we launched the new Wall Scholars Research Award, which combines the Early Career Scholars, Distinguished Scholars in Residence, and Research Mentorship Awards into one program.

This program has been discontinued. Similar awards are now given through the International Research Roundtable program.

The Consulate General of France in Vancouver has partnered with the Institute to bring outstanding academics from France, from different disciplinary and research backgrounds, to participate in an open dialogue with their Canadian counterparts.

The Institute's international partners can invite each year some of our senior Wall Associates on an International Exchange to their institution.

The Major Thematic Grant has been discontinued. 
 

The Peter Wall Institute is pleased to announce the reappointment of a reconstituted Academic Advisory Board, including a broad spectrum of voices.

We acknowledge the leadership of Indigenous, Black and other racialized scholars in the academy, who for so long have worked to challenge the racial injustices and systemic oppression that many universities were founded on.

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