Sources of Funding at ISU for International Activities:
Group Study Abroad Programs
Group Leader Grants and Initial Site Visit Grants. The Study Abroad and Exchange Advisory Committee awards competitive grants in partial support of group study abroad programs. Initial Site Visit Grants are awarded to program coordinators for exploratory visits to the study site for the development of new group study abroad programs. Group Leader Grants offer support for the actual study abroad program at the time it is offered. All ISU group study programs require approval of the sponsoring department, college, and ISU's Study Abroad and Exchange Advisory Committee. Funds made available from the Office of the Provost for group study abroad are distributed by the Study Abroad and Exchange Advisory Committee which reports to the Council on International Programs. Applications are available from the
Study Abroad Center.
For additional information, contact Trevor Nelson, Coordinator of Study Abroad at 515-294-6792 or email@example.com
Foreign Travel Grants
Grants provide support for university related travel of ISU faculty to foreign countries at 75 percent of least expensive roundtrip airfare between Des Moines and principal city of destination for activities including long term research projects, shorter duration research or collaboration efforts involving activities such as lecturing, graduate student recruiting, and fund-raising, presentations at conferences, and faculty exchanges involving an ISU faculty member. Applications are reviewed and grants awarded three times a year by the Faculty Senate Committee on Recognition and Development Committee, and administered by the International Education Services . For criteria, contact the office of the dean of your college.
Miller Fellowships support faculty development activities to advance ISU's Strategic Plan for 2000-2005. Proposals for strengthening undergraduate teaching and for developing courses to meet the diversity/internationalization requirement were encouraged during the first year of the program. Up to $250,000 is available for allocation each year for fellowships ranging from $1,000 to $25,000. For additional information, contact the Center for Teaching Excellence, 515-294-2906.
Culture Corps Grants Program
This program is designed to help ISU achieve internationalization related goals of the
ISU's Strategic Plan for 2000-2005 by
allowing ISU faculty and staff to hire undergraduate international or undergraduate U.S. students who have had an overseas experience to assist with the internationalization of in class or out-of-class activities and programs. Grants may not exceed $1800 per student. Applications will be considered and funded on a rolling basis in the order in which they are received. Application information is available on the Web or by contacting Deb Vance, International Education Service, 515-294-0373 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dean of Agriculture's International Competitiveness and Sustainability Grants Program
This program supports research exchanges under new or ongoing international research agreements, and faculty and staff development through international experiences. Faculty and staff with appointments in the College of Agriculture, the Iowa Agriculture and Home Economics Experiment Station, or ISU Extension Service/Extension to Agriculture are eligible. Interdepartmental and intercollege proposals, and those involving international partners, are encouraged. For additional information, contact Shelley Taylor, Assistant Director, Global Agricultural Programs, Tel. 294-5393, E-Mail email@example.com .
Dean of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Each year Iowa State University and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences offer students an impressive selection of opportunities to study, work, or have internships in international settings. While the university has an excellent array of courses with cross-cultural and global content, spending a semester, a summer, or even several weeks in an international setting is something that produces benefits that are hard to measure or quantify. These experiences are both educationally and personally enriching and fulfilling, and pay dividends long after the actual time away from home has drawn to a close. We look forward to the time when every student, regardless of major or academic interest, will automatically plan to spend a period of time abroad during their undergraduate (or graduate) careers. We encourage you to check this site regularly to update on new programs. Scholarships are available for LAS students wishing to study abroad.
Institute on World Affairs
The Institute on World Affairs supports an annual conference of international significance. Persons interested in proposing a topic and assisting in the conduct of such a conference should contact Pat Miller, Lectures Program, 4-9935.
University Lectures Committee
The University Lectures Committee provides support for guest speakers for which students are involved in the planning and presentations. Contact Pat Miller, Lectures Program, 4-9935.
Most colleges and many departments support colloquia or speakers (lecture) activities. If you are interested in bringing a speaker on international issues, contact your college.
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