Chinese Government Scholarship
Deadline: December 2009
Contact: Cui Jianxin
UM Office of International Programs
0124 Taliaferro Hall
Rebecca McGinnis, Coordinator
University of Maryland
Confucius Institute at the University of Maryland (CIM)
0134 Holzapfel Hall
College Park, MD 20742
Due by April 1, 2009 for Summer Term 2009 or due by April 15, 2009 for Winter Term 2010
In support of the Initiative, "Maryland in the World - Engaging the Global Community," in the UM 2008 Strategic Plan, the Office of International Programs is pleased to announce a faculty grant competition to facilitate the development of short-term study abroad courses. Successful applicants will receive a $4,000 summer stipend to create a 3-credit course, which s/he will lead during Summer Term of the following academic year (or the next Winter Term).
All full-time tenured, tenure-track, or permanent faculty members are eligible to apply. Grants are for new courses only. Preference will be given to course proposals that are to be taught in new locations, to new student cohorts, with unique academic foci not currently covered by existing UM study abroad programs.
Further information, including the downloadable application, can be found at
Applications, complete with all required supplementary materials, should be submitted to:
Office of International Programs
Attn: Lucie Covey
1122 Holzapfel Hall
College Park, MD 20742
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The UM's Office of International Programs is pleased to announce the following grant for Fall 2008. Only full-time tenured, tenure-track, and permanent faculty are eligible.
Travel grants are available to carry out research overseas. Proposals must show the ways in which the applicant and the University of Maryland will benefit from the completion of the roject. Awards are made for economy-class travel and assume that other sources of support, particularly from the home department and/or college, are also being applied to the project.
Deadline: April 15 and November 15.
Maximum grant: Round trip economy airfare.
For further information and application forms, see
www.international.umd.edu. Click on "Research, Grant and Internship Opportunities," then "Faculty Grants Program." If you have any
questions, please contact Lucie Covey at LCovey@umd.edu or 301-405-8535.
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Last updated: 11/4/2009