Maps & Timelines
To reinforce the “I” in TIRF, we are pleased to share the two maps and timelines below. We have used Google’s My Maps to develop a map of our grant recipients’ hometowns while Dipity has been used to create the timeline, which provides a chronology of TIRF’s activities over the years.
TIRF has offered various types of grants in the past, however, we currently are only making awards via our Doctoral Dissertation Grants competition. The map includes information from our grantees who were awarded as Priority Research Grant recipients and as Sheikh Nahayan Fellows.
As of August 2015, the DDG program has resulted in 95 grantees from 22 countries: Australia, Brazil, Cambodia, Canada, China, England, Iran, France, Japan, South Korea, Nepal, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Pakistan, the Philippines, Russia, Sudan, Taiwan, Turkey, the United States, and Vietnam.
For the “TIRF History” resource, the default view below is set to the timeline, but there are clickable options in the upper-left corner which allow you to view the information presented as a map, flipbook, and list. We hope that you find the timeline and maps to be informative about TIRF’s activities. We will periodically update the contents in the months ahead, as TIRF continues to work for the betterment of our global profession.
We would like to point out that while Dipity’s services are being used free of charge, there are limitations to its mapping functionality. In some cases, events or individuals in the maps below will not be depicted properly. We will continue to work with Dipity in hopes that grant recipients’ hometowns and TIRF event locations can be added with complete accuracy.
TIRF Grant Recipients
As of November 2, 2016, Dipity’s services are down. We hope to be able to restore this function of our website.
Please check back in the future to see if access to our timeline has been restored.
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