Grants and Awards
External Funding Opportunities for Faculty
Alexander S. Onassis Public Benefit Foundation
An annual programme of research grants and educational scholarships, addressed exclusively to foreigners, members of Academies, university professors (all levels), research scholars holding Ph.D. degrees, artists and translators of Greek literature, elementary and secondary school teachers of the Greek language as a foreign one, postgraduate students and Ph.D. candidates.
Alexander von Humbolt Foundation
The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation provides funds for cooperative research between German, U.S. and/or Canadian scholars. The funds are supplied by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research. Transatlantic Cooperation in Research (TransCoop) supports transatlantic research cooperation among German, American and/or Canadian scholars (Ph.D. required) in the humanities, social sciences, economics, and law.
DAAD Scholarship Programs for Study and Research in Germany
DAAD grants are available to faculty and students in Canada and the United States to participate in a wide variety of academic activites. In general, applicants need to be US or Canadian citizens or permanent residents. In certain cases foreign nationals enrolled or employed at universities in North America may also be eligible to apply.
Florence Tan Moeson Fellowship Program
The purpose of the fellowship is to provide individuals with the opportunity to pursue research on East, Southeast, and/or South Asia (including the overseas Asian communities), using the unparalleled collections of the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. Graduate students, independent scholars, community college teachers, researchers without regular teaching appointments, and librarians are especially encouraged to apply. Applications are accepted online only and must be submitted between June 1st and September 30th every year.
Georgia Consortium for International Studies
Announces its second faculty internationalization award. The $500 award recognizes and rewards faculty members at GCIS institutions who have made significant contributions to internationalization.
Rotary Grants for University Teachers
Rotary Grants for University Teachers provide funds to higher education faculty to travel abroad to teach at colleges and universities in developing countries. The program is intended to build international understanding and foster development while strengthening higher education in low-income countries. The program also aims to establish ties between higher education institutions, leading to the exchange of ideas and information across the globe. The subjects taught by grant recipients must be relevant to the needs of the local population and contribute to the area’s socio-economic development.
Social Science Research Council
SSRC fellowship and grant programs provide support and professional recognition to innovators within fields, and especially to younger researchers whose work and ideas will have longer-term impact on society and scholarship. SSRC’s Abe Fellowship Program is designed to encourage international multidisciplinary research on topics of pressing global concern. The program seeks to foster the development of a new generation of researchers who are interested in policy-relevant topics of long-range importance and who are willing to become key members of a bilateral and global research network built around such topics.
U.S. Department of Education - Office of Postsecondary Education
The International Education Programs Service provides funding for international education programs.