The GAIA Centers offer or facilitate several funding opportunities annually to grow the university's international research and teaching projects.
Biennial Theme Grants (for faculty, administrative units, and student groups)
2015-2017 Biennial Theme Global Urbanism supports faculty, staff, and students engaging the Rutgers community in activities that significantly expand the university's international agenda by exploring the condition of the current theme, global urbanism. Due July 1, 2016
International Showcase Funding
The GAIA Centers are now offering grants to faculty, staff, and student groups to host programs as part of the International Showcase, an annual series of innovative programming focusing on global issues and international affairs scheduled between the week before United Nations Day through the week after International Education Week (October 17 to November 23). Due July 1, 2016
The GAIA Centers offer funding to faculty for a range of international projects; supported by the GAIA Centers; the Office of the Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs; the Office of the Chancellor, Rutgers University–Camden; the Office of the Chancellor, Rutgers University–Newark; the Office of the Chancellor, Rutgers University–New Brunswick; the Office of the Chancellor, Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences; the Office of the Senior Vice President for Research and Economic Development; the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research, Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences; and the Rutgers China Office.
Other Grants, Fellowships, and Scholarships (for faculty and graduate students)
The GAIA Centers welcome sponsored students and scholars from various fellowship programs like Fulbright. The centers also provide information and guidance to faculty, students, and scholars who wish to apply for a number of prestigious international opportunities.