NC State faculty and staff are eligible to apply for up to $5,000 to support new international projects through the Office of Global Engagement’s Internationalization Seed Grant program. The deadline is Jan. 12.
The aim of the Internationalization Seed Grant program is to provide grants that improve the range of international partnerships at NC State and foster meaningful, collaborative, global scholarship and engagement. Proposals are reviewed by the Committee on International Programs (CIP).
Strategic and deliberate collaborations that lead to the development of joint research proposals, student mobility programs, adjunct appointments and scholarly activities are encouraged. The maximum award, not including cost sharing funds from domestic and international partners, is $5000.
The seed grant program is currently accepting proposals for the 2018-2019 cycle.
- Proposal Announcement – November 2, 2017
- Proposal Deadline – 5:00 pm January 12, 2018 by completing the online application. (Questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org). Late submissions will not be considered.
- Announcement of Awards – February 2018
- Funds Available – July 1, 2018 (must be spent by June 30, 2019)
- Final Report Deadline– December 31, 2019
2017-2018 Funded Proposals
- Craig Brookins, College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Duarte Morais, College of Natural Resources
Craig Friend, College of Humanities and Social Sciences
“The Indaba/University of the Bahamas – NC State University Education and Research Exchange”
- Zhilin Li, College of Sciences
“Develop Long Term Collaborations in Education and Research with Aix-Marceille University of France”
- Christopher Osburn, College of Sciences
“A Climate Change “Hot Spot” in a Hot Moment”
- Hiller Spires, College of Education
“New Literacies Teacher Leader Institute: Professional Development for Teachers in Rural Kenya”
- Yang Zhang, College of Sciences
“Trilateral Partnership among USA , France and China: Exploring Research and Education Collaboration Opportunities on Integrated Assessment of Cost-Benefit of Air Quality Improvement Climate Change Mitigation and Health Effect Reduction”
This post was originally published in Office of Global Engagement.