CSF Fellows Program

The Visiting CSF Fellows Program offers opportunities to leading academic and industry professionals to spend time at the CSF assisting the CSF with is programs. In most cases the expenses associated with the visit are covered by the Fellow’s home institution. Thus most Visiting CSF Fellows are on sabbatical leave or on leave of absence with a mission to perform public or community service. Fellows, therefore, work on projects that can have significant impact on the Caribbean Community and some aspect of science and technology must be involved. Both scientists and non-scientists are welcome to apply.

The goal is a win-win experience for the Fellow and the CSF, so mutual agreement is reached on the scope and the specific project or set of projects in which the Fellow is engaged. In addition to the direct community impact of the work, a scholarly article or report is expected to be one of the outcomes of the Fellowship.

Inquiries about and applications to the program should be referred to Prof. Cardinal Warde by e-mail at warde.csf@gmail.com.

Past and Current Fellows

Sept 2012 - Aug 2013

Prof. Maya Trotz – University of South Florida, Tampa FL, USA
Project​: Implementation of the Sagicor Visionaries Challenge

Feb 2015 - Sept 2015
Dr. Cathy Radix – University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago
Project​: Teacher training in Robotics

MassChallenge – Start-Up Accelerator for Entrepreneurs

Posted Feb 23, 2012
MassChallenge vision is to have a creative and inspired society who can define their future and is then able to be empowered to maximize their impact. The MassChallenge mission is to catalyze a start-up renaissance by helping entrepreneurs at an early stage to win by connecting them with the resources they need to launch immediately.

An annual global accelerator program and start-up competition, documenting and organizing key resources as well as organizing training and networking events are the MassChallenge’s primary activities.

To read more about the MassChallenge and how you can apply, CLICK on the link below:


Websites of Interest for Support in Science and Technology

International Development Research Centre (IDRC) : Awards/Fellowships and Challenge Fund
Promotes research collabrations between Canadian researchers and researchers of developing countries in 4 broad areas: agriculture and the environment, global health policy, science and innovation, social and economic policy.

Global Innovation through Science and Technology (GIST)
Forge links at the individual and institutional level between scientists, technology entrepreneurs and marketplace to improve quality of life and economic prosperity.

Science and Technology Research Partnership for Sustainable Development (SATREPS)
A Japanese government program that promotes international joint research targeting global issues (environment/energy, bioresources, natural disaster prevention, infectious disease control), working through 3-5 year projects involving partnerships between researchers in Japan and researchers in developing countries.

Caribbean Science Foundation

CARICOM Research Building
UWI Cave Hill Campus
Bridgetown, Barbados, West Indies
Telephone: 1-246-417-7493
E-mail: csfhdq@gmail.com

For further information, please contact:
Prof. Cardinal Warde