OIA Funding Opportunities
The aim of the Internationalization Seed Grant program is to provide grants that will improve the range of international partnerships by NC State faculty/staff and will foster meaningful, collaborative, global scholarship and engagement. Seed grants are reviewed by the University Standing Committee on International Programs (CIP).
The strategic partnership between the University of Adelaide and North Carolina State University is a preferred relationship to leverage complementary strengths and trans-disciplinary scholarship to advance research collaboration as well as academic exchanges. We are pleased to announce the call for joint proposals for the development of research collaboration. These awards are designed to provide pump-priming and early contact partner outreach with the expectation that they will lead on to more substantive engagement resulting in high quality outputs, such as international research training for graduate students or early career faculty, publication of joint papers from collaborative research, or follow-on joint research bids.
Funding: Selected proposals will receive up to $10,000 from each institution with a maximum total of $20,000 (jointly funded). Funds will support the travel and subsistence costs associated with researchers spending time at the partner institution.
The UGPN is now accepting proposals for the 2015 UGPN Research Collaboration Fund. This Fund will support international activities leading to high quality research collaborations between researchers at the UGPN partner institutions. These awards are designed to go beyond pump-priming and early contact partner outreach; they will support substantive engagement that leads to high quality outputs, such as international research training for graduate students or early career faculty, publication of joint papers from collaborative research, or joint research bids. Proposals should be jointly submitted by faculty from at least two of the UGPN partner institutions. The fund will support up to eight (8) projects based upon the scientific or scholarly merit of proposals and the availability of resources.
The At Home in the World (AHITW) Student Group Activity Grant Initiative is co-sponsored by Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity and Office of International Affairs. NC State’s At Home In The World (AHITW) Student Group Activity Grant supports the creation of new or significantly enhanced co-curricular programs, events, or activities which meet the objectives of the At Home In The World initiative to collaboratively promote cross cultural understanding and competencies.
Harry C. Kelly Fund: For U.S.-Japan Scientific Cooperation
The Harry C. Kelly Memorial Fund (Harry C. Kelly, former Provost and Vice Chancellor of NC State 1967-1974) was created in 1985 in support of international cooperation between the scientific and technical communities of Japan and the United States. The Kelly Fund, a major endowment, is administered by the NC Japan Center to advance this mission and to work with scientific and engineering colleges at NC State vis-a-vis Japan.
The purpose of the Kelly Fund is to promote better cooperation between the scientific and technical communities of Japan and the United States, through support by way of scholarships and fellowships for exchange students in the sciences and engineering at NC State and for study of the Japanese language. Funding can be provided to support faculty travel to Japan as well as exchanges for joint research relating to technology, engineering and Japanese language programs.
For more information, please contact (firstname.lastname@example.org). Requests will be reviewed by the NC Japan Center's Academic Advisory Committee. Requests should be submitted in writing (including a project description of no more than 500 words and budget justification) to email@example.com. Funding is anticipated to be awarded by early March.
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