Rutgers Global Grants

Each year, Rutgers Global offers seed grants (formerly called GAIA Grants) to grow the university's international research and teaching. This year, we are offering grants in three categories: International Collaborative Research, Internationalizing the Curriculum and Interdisciplinary Working Groups.

If you would like to learn about the types of programs we fund and the experiences of our grantees, we encourage you to attend the Rutgers Global Grants Fifth Anniversary Symposium on November 16, 2017. Attendees will hear from past grantees about their experiences, learn about the types of projects we tend to fund, and get some tips for preparing your proposal.

For questions about the grants, please read our Frequently Asked Questions. If your question is not answered, please contact Stephanie Perez, sperez@global.rutgers.edu.
 

Internationalizing the Curriculum

Open to all Rutgers departments and units

DEADLINE: December 18, 2017

International Collaborative Research

Open to all tenured, tenure-track, clinical, and NTT faculty who do not have current Rutgers Global Grants

DEADLINE: December 18, 2017

 

    Faculty and Graduate Student Interdisciplinary Working Groups

    Open to all tenured, tenure-track, clinical, and NTT faculty who do not have current Rutgers Global Grants

    DEADLINE: December 18, 2017

    Rutgers Global Health Institute Grants

    Opening in January 2018
    In collaboration with Rutgers Global, the Rutgers Global Health Institute will be announcing its second year of Global Health Seed Grants in January 2018. All faculty across Rutgers–Camden, Rutgers–Newark, Rutgers–Camden, Rutgers–New Brunswick, and RBHS are encouraged to apply. If you would like to be notified by email when the Rutgers Global Health Institute’s 2018 Global Health Seed Grants are announced, please contact Anna DiColli at adicolli@globalhealth.rutgers.edu.

    Read more about past Rutgers Global Grant recipients:

     

    Grant Success Stories

    Rutgers Global – GAIA Grant Helps Launch Dance Certificate Program, two dancers in silhouette

    Rutgers Global Grant Helps Launch International Online Certificate

    Dance studies professor, Jeff Friedman, Ph.D., coordinated the program over a period of three years, with the aid of an "Internationalizing the Curriculum" Rutgers Global Grant.

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    Rutgers Global – Rutgers–Newark Faculty Receives NSF Funding Stemming from GAIA Grant, Professor Sean Mitchell leans against a tree in suburban area in Brazil

    Rutgers Faculty Receives NSF Award Stemming from Rutgers Global Grants Project

    Rutgers–Newark anthropology professor Sean T. Mitchell received a three-year NSF award as a result of his work funded by Rutgers Global through its Rutgers Global Grants program.

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