CHSS Timetable: YEAR ONE

Timetabled events for Year One of the “Cultivating the Humanities and Social Sciences and Supporting Under-represented Scholars of Asia” project: May to December 2022.

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May, 2022Recruitment process for MEL Facilitator is launched.
Recruitment process for Financial Coordinator is launched.
May (mid.)AAS develops the OpenWater Grant Management System.
AAS signs MoUs with the four Hubs.
Preparations for first in-person workshops start.
Testing will require one month.
JuneMEL Facilitator is hired.
Financial Coordinator is hired.
Six-month work duration (July-Dec.)
June (mid.)Hubs discuss plans for first workshop.
Hubs discuss proposal for the 2022 symposium.
JulyOpenWater Grant Management System is fully operational.
July 15thCall for proposals for: 
1) Short- and long-term research grants
2) Scholars Defence Fellowships
July (end)Policies and financial procedures are finalized.
Identify Timor-Leste institutional partner.
Timor-Leste organizes a competence-building workshop in Dili.
An MoU with an institution in Timor-Leste may take a few months.
July-AugustMEL Facilitator starts sharing MEL framework and receives direct feedback.
External consultant or MEL Facilitator leads anti-corruption training session.
Produce strategic plan for women’s active participation and inclusivity.
August-SeptemberHubs implement their workshop.
Scholars Defence Fellowships awarded.
September 30thDeadline for Short- and long-term research grants.Grants are disbursed in October 2022.
October-November2023 AAS-in-Asia call for proposals is launched.Host: Kyungpook University, Daegu, South Korea
November 30thShort- and long-term research grants are awarded.
8th-9th-10th DecemberRCSD hosts the SIDA-AAS Symposium in Chiang Mai.
To be updated.
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