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Grants

2021

Part-time research contract Living Lab Nebrija-Santander 2021-2022

The Nebrija-Santander Global Chair for Spanish as a Language of Migrants and Refugees opens the application period for a part-time research contract (20 hours) to carry out research assistance tasks in the area of Linguistics Applied to Teaching Languages (Spanish as a migration language). The person hired will collaborate in the development of work within the LAELE group (Nebrija Research Group in Linguistics Applied to the Teaching of Foreign Languages), and be involved with Nebrija’s Living Lab of the Nebrija-Santander Global Chair for Spanish as a Language of Migrants and Refugees.

The Living Lab, as its name suggests, is a living laboratory whose main objective is to enable the public to be in touch with science in a dynamic and innovative social space. Nebrija's Living Lab is conceived as a meeting point for the target population (migrants and refugees, but also the general public) that facilitates the collection of data for the development of research carried out in this field of knowledge.

Aimed at: Postgraduate students.
Application deadline: from 02/08/2021 to 12/09/2021.
More information and applications: catedraespanol@nebrija.es

Resolution

In accordance with the provisions of the regulations, and after the selection process, the Nebrija-Santander Global Chair for Spanish as a Language of Migrants and Refugees selected for the part-time research assistance contract at Nebrija's Living Lab:

- Ms. Sara Toro Ballesteros

2020

Nebrija Living Lab-Santander part-time research contract

The Nebrija-Santander Global Chair of Spanish as a Language of Migrants and Refugees opens the period for receiving applications for a part-time research contract (20 hours) for assistance tasks in the area of Applied Linguistics. The hired person will carry out research assistance tasks in work carried out within the LAELE group (Nebrija Research Group in Linguistics Applied to the Teaching of Foreign Languages) and linked to the Nebrija Living Lab (fixed and mobile headquarters) of the Nebrija-Santander Global Chair on Spanish as a language of migrants and refugees.

Aimed at: Postgraduate students.
Deadline for application: from 14/02/2020 to 28/02/2020.
+ Information about the call

Ruling

In accordance with the provisions of the regulations and after the selection process, the Nebrija-Santander Global Chair for Spanish as a language of migrants and refugees has selected for the part-time research assistant contract in the Nebrija-Santander Living Lab:

- Ms. Clara Ureña Tormo

2018

Grant for Research Staff in Training

The Nebrija-Santander Global Chair on Spanish as a Language for Migrants and Refugees announces a Grant for Research Staff in Training for the completion of the Doctorate in Linguistics Applied to Language Teaching at Nebrija University.
Deadline for application: from October 1 to 26, 2018

Information about the Grant

* All applicants are reminded that, to be a beneficiary of this scholarship, it is essential to apply for admission to Nebrija University's Doctorate program in Linguistics applied to language teaching.

Documentation
Call. . Printed application. Training plan linked to research. Document of acceptance / withdrawal from grant.
Decision

In accordance with the provisions of the regulations, the Grant Commission of the Nebrija-Santander Global Chair on Spanish as a language of migrants and refugees for Research Staff in Training, which met on November 5, 2018, has awarded the following grant:

- Grant of the Nebrija-Santander Global Chair of Spanish as a Language of Migrants and Refugees for Research Staff in Training, attached to the Applied Linguistics Doctorate program, awarded to: Eugenia Flores.

Candidate reserve list (in the case of withdrawal of the latter):
1. Diana Pirquer
2. Sergio Ruiz



Awards

2022
 Concurso Voces sin Olvido

2nd Edition of the Voces sin Olvido Contest

On the occasion of World Refugee Day, Nebrija University, through the Nebrija-Santander Global Chair for Spanish as a Language of Migrants and Refugees announces the 2nd Edition of the Voces Sin Olvido Contest, with the aim of promoting the sharing of experiences and to make the reflections of migrants and refugees visible, all under the slogan “Tell me about your life”.

This edition of the contest challenges Spanish-speaking and non-Spanish-speaking migrant and refugee women to create a musical, poetic or narrative composition under the theme "Tell me about your life", via one of these two forms of participation: video format or written text format, and one of these categories: Spanish-speaking or non-Spanish-speaking participants, respecting the instructions that can be found in the contest rules.

Documentation
General rules Registration form


Jury composed of:
  • Paloma Chen, poet and journalist
  • Ernesto Pérez Zúñiga, writer and Head of Cultural Activities at the Cervantes Institute
  • Sophie Müller, ACNUR representative in Spain
2021

2nd Edition of the Unforgettable Voices Contest

On the occasion of World Refugee Day, Nebrija University, through the Nebrija-Santander Global Chair for Spanish as a Language of Migrants and Refugees, announces the 2nd Edition of the Unforgettable Voices Contest: Language and identity, with the aim of promoting the exchange of experiences and providing visibility to the reflections of migrants and refugees, under the theme of "unforgettable voices".

This contest presents Spanish-speaking and non-Spanish-speaking migrants and refugees with the challenge of developing a poetic, musical or reflective composition on the theme Language and identity, through one of the following forms of participation: video format or written text format, and one of these categories: Spanish-speaking or non-Spanish-speaking participants, respecting the instructions established by the contest rules.

Documentation
General contest rules Registration form Contact: catedraespanol@nebrija.es

Proposal submission: The deadline for submitting proposals is May 24, 2021.

Resolution

The winners of the contest will be announced during the Sessions held for World Refugee Day, organized by the Nebrija-Santander Global Chair for Spanish as a Language of Migrants and Refugees, which will be held remotely on June 17, 2021.

Jury composed of:
  • Rosana Acquaroni, poet
  • Paloma Alvar Nuño, Department of Publications, Cultural Activities and Training of the Teatro Real
  • Sophie Müller, ACNUR representative in Spain

Second Pecha Kucha Thesis Contest

The Antonio de Nebrija University, through the Nebrija-Santander Global Chair for Spanish as a Language of Migrants and Refugees, announces the 2nd Pecha Kucha Thesis Contest in order to promote the spread and dissemination of the work carried out by young researchers in the area of learning, acquisition, teaching and evaluation of Spanish as a language of migration (language of immigrants, refugees and heritage speakers).

This contest presents doctoral students who carry out their research in this area with the challenge of explaining their research work in an accessible and simple language that captures the interest and attention of the general public, respecting the limitations of space and time posed by the Pecha Kucha format (20 slides / 20 seconds per slide).

The contest will be held online on July 23, 2021.

In order to formalize your registration to the contest, click here.

Documentation
General contest rules Registration form Contact: catedraespanol@nebrija.es

Proposal submission: The deadline for submitting proposals is June 7, 2021.

Resolution

The winner will be notified through the email provided on the “Santander Scholarships” platform within a maximum period of one month from the celebration of the contest. The jury's decision will be made public on the website of the Nebrija-Santander Global Chair for Spanish as a Language of Migrants and Refugees, and on the Santander Scholarships website.

2020

Unforgettable Voices First Edition Award

On the occasion of World Refugee Day, the Nebrija-Santander Global Chair for Spanish as a Language of Migrants and Refugees convenes the 1st Unforgettable Voices Contest, in order to promote the exchange of experiences and reflections of migrants and refugees.

General rules of the Contest Annex I (registration form) mplanelles@nebrija.es
Ruling

In accordance with the provisions of the regulations, the jury of the "Unforgettable Voices" award has ruled that the award winners are:

Jury composed of:
  • Luis García Montero, poet and director of the Cervantes Institute
  • José María Noguerol, Director of Communication and Informative Relations of the Teatro Real
  • Sophie Müller, ACNUR representative in Spain
2019

"We are all refugees" Award

The Nebrija-Santander Global Chair on Spanish as a Language of Migrants and Refugees and the Bachelor's Degree in Sports Science of Nebrija University convene the contest We Are All Refugees. This contest aims to develop an inclusive activity for refugees.

General rules of the Competition Anexo I (formulario de inscripción) mplanelles@nebrija.es
Decision

In accordance with the provisions of the regulations, the jury of the "We Are All Refugees" award has decided that the winners are:

  • Diego de la Fuente
  • Natalia Pérez
  • Eva Gil

First Pecha Kucha Thesis Contest

The Antonio de Nebrija University, through the Nebrija-Santander Global Chair on Spanish as a language of migrants and refugees, announces the First Pecha Kucha Thesis Contest in order to promote the dissemination of the work carried out by young researchers in the area of learning, acquiring, teaching and evaluating Spanish as a language of migration (language of immigrants, refugees and heritage speakers).

This competition presents PhD students who carry out their research in this area with the challenge of explaining their research work in an accessible and simple language that captures the interest and attention of the general public, respecting the limitations of space and time posed by the Pecha Kucha format (20 slides / 20 seconds per slide).

Information, rules of the call and registration*** Definitive list of participants
Decision

n accordance with the provisions of the regulations, the Jury of the First Pecha Kucha Thesis Competition has decided that the winner of the award is:
- Marta Gallego García

*** The deadline for receiving applications ended on June 23, 2019.


Special award of the Nebrija-Santander Global Chair in Spanish as a language of migrants and refugees "So much Europe to discover"

The Nebrija-Santander Global Chair of Spanish as a language of migrants and refugees awards a Special Prize in this journalistic contest (radio and television) organized by Nebrija University, in collaboration with 20 Minutos and the European Parliament.

Information and documentation
Decision

In accordance with the provisions of the regulations, the award was presented on April 1 at the Headquarters of the European Parliament in Spain. The award was given to:
- Andy Tavarez y Valeria Álvarez

Award-winning articles

Links of interest

Doctorate in Linguistics Applied to the Teaching of Languages. Nebrija University. Nebrija University's Doctoral School.
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