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CGAS grant proposals

Center for Global and Area Studies seeking faculty applications

The Center for Global and Area Studies (CGAS) is accepting proposals from full-time University of Delaware faculty members for grants of up to $5,000 to support international research. The application deadline is March 17.

Funds awarded through the competitive program may be used for research costs, international research travel and other expenses directly related to the proposed activities, subject to UD policies. Salary, stipends, equipment and costs related to conference travel are not eligible for funding.

No cost share is required, and faculty teams may apply for a joint award, but the $5,000 grant ceiling still applies. Preference will be given to faculty members who have not received awards from CGAS in the last three years and whose scholarship contributes to UD’s Area Studies programs. The award period runs from May 30, 2017, to May 31, 2018.

Grant recipients may be asked to present their research results as part of the Issues in Global Studies (ARSC300) public lecture series or at a similar public venue. Recipients will be notified by April 20.

For more information about the application requirements and process for submission, as well as a list of previous grant recipients, see the website.


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