Barbara H. Padnos International Center (PIC)
October 1, 2013 (Fall cycle)
February 1, 2014 (Winter cycle)
Submit your application electronically, by 4:00 p.m. on the deadline to email@example.com
These are competitive grant cycles, and award decisions are made by the review committee in the weeks following the application deadline
The goal of internationalization grants is to support Global Learning at GVSU, and help make the learning environment more international (and intercultural) for GVSU students. Since the majority of GVSU students are not international students and the majority of GVSU students do not study abroad, an international learning experience here in West Michigan is important for liberal education in the existing curriculum. How will your project help provide enhanced international education to the students here in the Michigan campuses of GVSU?
These grants are not intended to support travel to academic conferences. Eligibility: Tenured, Tenure-Track, and Full-time Affiliate Faculty who have been employed at GVSU for at least 5 years). Grants may be used for any costs directly associated with the internationalization project. Maximum award: $3000 per project. One award per fiscal year per applicant. Funds should be used within 12 calendar months of the application deadline.
The PIC Internationalization Grants support the following:
A report (1-2 page summary) on your activities, and the outcomes of the project, is due at the time of reimbursement. In this report, please address the impact the grant has had or will have on your teaching and/or research. Specifically address how GVSU students will gain an enhanced understanding from this project, or a more internationalized educational experience in your courses or curriculum. PIC will post these reports on its website.
The International Education Committee (IEC) will make recommendations to Padnos International Center about funding of individual applications.
Preference will be given to the proposals that:
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