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Fullbright Canada Visiting Research Chair

Every year a U.S. scholar joins McMaster University's Political Science department to conduct research and engage with faculty and graduate students on an issue in governance and public policy.

We seek candidates with the following specializations:

Areas of central concern for public policy formation and implementation in a globalized world, such as public sector management and administration, governance, health and social policy, sustainability, immigration, water, automotive production, trade and investment, innovation and productivity. Other areas of public policy will also be considered.

The Department of Political Science will host the Chair, who will also have opportunities to interact with McMaster's rich interdisciplinary research community, including a new Institute on Public Policy and Analysis, Centre for Engineering and Public Policy, Centre for Health Economics and Policy Analysis, Centre for Climate Change, Institute for Energy Studies, and the Institute on Globalization and the Human Condition, among others.

Ahmed Shafiqul Huque


Chair of the Department of Politial Science | Professor

Fulbright Canada Visiting Research Chairs in Political Science and Public Policy

The award number is: 7467 (Fulbright Canada Visiting Research Chairs in Political Science and Public Policy) The award title is: Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Governance and Public Policy

More information for US scholars can be found here.

McMaster contact: Ahmed Shafiqul Huque,
Chair Department of Political Science
huqueas@mcmaster.ca

Previous Fulbright Visiting Research Chairs

  • Dr. Saundra Schneider, Michigan State University, Winter 2014. Dr. Schneider’s research addressed the issue of variations in capacities of governments to effectively respond to natural disasters through a comparison of disaster relief efforts in the United States and Canada.
  • Dr. Joseph Daniels, Marquette University, Fall 2012. “U.S. and Canadian Residents’ Attitudes toward Trade, Immigration, and FDI Policies.”