To support faculty working on projects that align with the mission and current engagement initiatives of the Area Studies Centers: East Asian Studies Center, Center for African Studies, Center for Latin American Studies, Center for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies, Middle East Studies Center.
Full-time and part-time tenured and appointed instructors who are affiliated with one of the Office of International Affairs’ five Area Studies Centers, or who could become affiliated to one of the Area Studies Centers if their research or scholarship is directly connected to any of their respective regions of the world.
$500 to $2,000 per grant
June 19, 2023, and thereafter on a rolling basis until funds are depleted.
The Faculty Teaching, Research and Outreach Grant supports engagement from all disciplinary backgrounds. All awards must contribute to the knowledge and visibility of one of the five Area Studies Centers’ initiatives.
All applications must describe how the proposed activities relate to one or more of the Area Studies Centers’ foci and how they support critical languages pedagogy and/or outreach and global engagement on and with their respective regions of the world. Applications should be between two and four pages, excluding references (double spaced), and include a one-page budget (table and narrative).
All spending must comply with university budgetary regulations. Grant recipients will sign a document governing the funding.
Recipients must acknowledge the assistance of the Faculty Teaching, Research and Outreach Grant in any publication, scholarly performance, course development, conference paper, or other product resulting from funds supported by the Office of International Affairs and Area Studies Centers grant.
The grant recipient must provide the Office of International Affairs Communications Unit and Area Studies Assistant Director with a one-page written report within three weeks following completion of the project. The report must include: