Apr 5, 2024

OIA international research and scholarship grants awarded for 2024-2025 academic year

The Office of international Affairs (OIA) awarded close to $100,000 in grants to seven faculty, 21 graduate students, and two undergraduate students to conduct international research and scholarship projects abroad and in the United States. Awards ranged between $1,000 and $4,000, and will be used during the 2024-25 academic year.

From Brazil to Uganda, Estonia to South Korea and everywhere in between, faculty and students will travel to 18 different countries to advance their research and expand their global engagement.

Proposals for this annual International Research and Scholarship Grant were sought for a wide variety of projects, which included:

  • Conducting international research and creative expression at home and abroad
  • Addressing global issues in regional contexts
  • Advancing global-oriented knowledge in disciplinary and/or interdisciplinary contexts
  • Implementing projects and programs in diverse political, economic and cultural settings
  • Exploring area studies, research and scholarship on any geographical or cultural region
  • Developing and testing international education that enhances equity, diversity access, gender and racial justice

Recipients of this year’s grants represent the colleges of Arts and Sciences, Education and Human Ecology, Engineering, Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences, Medicine, and Social Work.

View the recipients and learn more about their research projects.