The Office of International Affairs, the Drake Institute for Teaching and Learning and the Office of Technology and Digital Innovation are sponsoring the third faculty grant competition to develop internationally focused learning and cultural exchanges at Ohio State, using a variety of platforms and mediums.
We embrace a broad definition of “Global Learning” that includes many processes of diverse people collaboratively learning, analyzing, and addressing complex problems that transcend borders. Proposals are sought for initiating new and inclusive global teaching to internationalize the learning experiences and impact students beyond the traditional classroom or study abroad. Research findings show that having such experiences “at home” are great motivators to studying, interning, or working around the world.
View a list of past Global Teaching and Learning grant recipients.
Proposals should include:
- Summary describing the project's objectives and anticipated impact; maximum 500 words.
- Project narrative not exceeding 5 pages, double spaced, 12 pt. (excluding references) including the following information:
- Target students, level of course and how it fits in the curriculum
- Description of content and activities including learning outcomes, objectives, and mode of assessment
- Description of anticipated impact in the context of a program, major or minor curriculum or General Education
- Budget justification, including cost sharing, departmental stipend, or other course development resources.
Both course and component development are accepted, and a stipend will be awarded based on merit, taking into account the following criteria:
- Implementation plan within time and budget proposed, including name of an International Education Specialist collaborator.
- Other support e.g.: department chair, Global Option program, new General Education offering, including high impact practices
- Quality of project, like any experience this including list of competencies, learning outcomes and assessment. (Example pages 5-7)
- Budget, open for a variety of uses to accommodating teaching time, assistance and partner's support for overseas collaboration, among others
Both course and component development are accepted, and the stipend will be awarded based on merit, in light of the following criteria:
- Implementation plan, within time and budget proposed
- Contribution to innovation of student experiences and to programs such as college Global Option programs and the new General Education curriculum, including High Impact Practices
- Quality of project, including learning outcomes and assessment (Examples).
- Budget, open for a variety of uses, among others to accommodate teaching time, assistance, and partner’s support for overseas collaboration.
Email proposals to email@example.com by November 18, 2022 at 11:59 p.m.
Questions may be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org.