IDRC Global Survey | Survey Deadline Extended until 3/12
Contributions to Building Emerging Research for Development Leaders
We are happy to announce that the deadline for the IDRC/CRDI Global Survey has been extended for one more week.
The new deadline for the IDRC/CRDI Global Survey is March 12th. If you have not yet responded to the survey, now is your chance! We will not extend the deadline beyond this date.
Help us assess the impact of your involvement in an IDRC project. IDRC program records have identified you as having participated in the following IDRC-funded project (either as an “awardee” who received an individual award; or as a “grantee” working on some aspect of an IDRC-funded research project as a part of a larger team): African Doctoral Dissertation Research Fellowships Program (Phase III)
If your project affiliation with the project listed above does not seem correct, please contact us right away at email@example.com.
By lending your voice and sharing your story, IDRC will be able to improve the support they offer to other researchers like yourself, and to capture meaningful outcomes of your research involvement.
Before accessing the IDRC Global Survey, you will be asked to:
- Choose your preferred language (English, French, or Spanish)
- Provide this unique passcode: 20190156
- Provide your informed consent
In your survey, please refer to African Doctoral Dissertation Research Fellowships Program (Phase III) when reflecting on your IDRC-supported experience.
Why is this survey important?
IDRC is committed to supporting the next generation of researchers, and to do so effectively we need your feedback. Survey results will inform learning and future programming decisions at IDRC. Your feedback will also demonstrate the various leadership pathways that have emerged through IDRC investments, documenting the Centre’s contributions to building emerging research leaders.
The International Development Research Centre (IDRC) funds research in developing countries to promote growth, reduce poverty, and drive large-scale positive change. IDRC has a long history of funding scholarship and award programs, and there is also a strong focus on capacity building embedded in IDRC funding.
The Institute of International Education (IIE) is an independent nonprofit. For over 70 years, IIE has conducted research on education issues and evaluated the impact of global scholarship and fellowship programs. The IIE team is collaborating with IDRC on this evaluation and will be analyzing findings from this survey in a final report to IDRC.
Thank you for your participation!
IIE Evaluation Team