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Centers for Global Advancement and International Affairs International Funding Opportunities

 

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Wednesday, November 19, 2014
 

Summary:

In an effort to foster deeper engagement in international teaching and research, the GAIA Centers--with support from the Rutgers Chancellors and several other university offices--offer several funding opportunities each year. For 2014–2015, funding opportunities include:

Internationalizing the Curriculum Grants: The Internationalizing the Curriculum Grants foster a comprehensive curricular review at the department or program level with the aim of incorporating an international perspective and preparing students for global competence. This initiative does not impose a specific view of what internationalization means; rather it asks the faculty to think purposefully and creatively about the international dimensions of their academic subject area and ways in which to integrate it into the curriculum. Deadline is November 19, 2014. 

International Collaborative Research Grants for Tenure-track FacultyThe International Collaborative Research Grants support international research, projects, and programs initiated by faculty with scholars at foreign institutions. These collaborations may be with faculty at institutions where Rutgers has already established a partnership or institutions that Rutgers is not currently partnered with but could lead to further collaboration.  The grants are available for all Rutgers tenured or tenure-track faculty. Approximately five grants of up to $8000 will be made available for tenure-track faculty. Deadline is November 19, 2014.

International Collaborative Research Grants for Tenured Faculty: The International Collaborative Research Grants support international research, projects, and programs initiated by faculty with scholars at foreign institutions. These collaborations may be with faculty at institutions where Rutgers has already established a partnership or institutions that Rutgers is not currently partnered with but could lead to further collaboration.  The grants are available for all Rutgers tenured or tenure-track faculty. Approximately five grants of up to $8000 will be made available for tenured faculty. Deadline: November 19, 2014. 

New Jersey Global Connections Grants: 
The New Jersey Global Connections Grant supports the development of sustainable programs and partnerships with the potential to catalyze New Jersey’s cultural, economic, and social vitality by connecting local and global communities with Rutgers faculty and students.  These communities may include local diaspora communities, organizations doing international business or service work, or government or non-governmental organizations engaged in international relations or global issues.  The proposed projects should provide ways for faculty and students to interact directly with these communities—through research, experiential learning, internship, advocacy, grassroots activism, or other avenues of sustainable engagement. Approximately eight grants of up to $5000 will be distributed in this category.Deadline: November 19, 2014. 

For more information, please visit:

http://global.rutgers.edu/programs/funding-opportunities-for-faculty-and-graduate-students

pdf Internationalizing the Curriculum Grants

pdf International Collaborative Research Grants for Tenured Faculty  

pdf International Collaborative Research Grants for Tenure?track Faculty

pdf New Jersey Global Connections Grants

 
 

 

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