INU is pleased to announce the allocation of five Researcher Mobility Awards of $2,000 each to researchers at INU member universities.

The INU’s Researcher Mobility Program provides the opportunity for PhD students (or equivalent) and active researchers within the INU network to engage in research at another INU member university.  The purpose of this program is to develop joint research initiatives between two INU member universities, with a view to further expand to multilateral research collaborations with other INU member universities in future.

In 2022, five awards were also allocated to researchers, demonstrating our continued commitment at INU to invest in international research collaborations across our member universities.

The following researchers who were allocated funding under the 2023 call for applications will undertake their visits between May 2023-May 2024, and will explore the potential for future collaboration not only between the two member universities participating, but also the potential for wider research collaboration across INU network.

Researcher Sending University Host University Area of research
Prof Abad Parada Tecnológico de Antioquia, Colombia Universidad Nacional del Litoral, Argentina Public policy /Education
Anna Dick European University Viadrina, Germany De Montfort University, UK Peace and Conflict Studies
Dr Gabriela Corsano Universidad Nacional del Litoral Rovira I Virgili University, Spain Sustainable Supply Chain Organisation
Dr George M. Teke Stellenbosch University, South Africa Hiroshima University, Japan Bioprocess Engineering and Computational Modelling
Dr Glenn Guneyli-Havelock Kingston University, UK James Madison University, USA Paleoclimatology, Marine and Riverine Geomorphology, Sedimentology


We’re delighted to see a range of universities members benefitting from this initiatives and from across a range of disciplines also.  INU members look forward to growing international research initiatives and it is anticipated to open another call for researcher mobility applications in 2024.

For further information on INU’s Researcher Mobility Program, please visit: