International Support Grants
International Performance and Presentation Grants (IPPG)
Overview: The IPPG provides travel funds for CLAHS faculty presenting or performing at international sites. The Office of the Dean (OOD) will match up to $1,500 of funds secured by the applicant. It is expected that the applicant’s home academic unit will provide some funding. Applicants may utilize a variety of funding sources to secure a match from OOD (from other units/centers, grants, startup resources, professional development funds etc.). Faculty with funding from other sources that could be used for these purposes should use all such available funding first, and request supplemental IPPG support only if they still have unmet financial need. Sources of support for proposals must be confirmed when the application is submitted. Funds will be transferred to the applicant’s academic unit, which will be responsible for their management and dispersal. Continuation of this program depends on available budgetary support. Any changes to this grant program including the application will be posted on this webpage.
Eligibility: Faculty: tenured, tenure-track, collegiate, instructors, professors of practice, clinical faculty, visiting professors, research professors, and postdocs with continuing appointments. Not eligible: graduate students, faculty/ postdocs on one-year appointments, part-time adjuncts. Faculty may receive only one IPPG each fiscal year, July to June (based on presentation/performance dates).
Sites: Conferences, workshops, university symposia, meetings, performance venues etc. where a faculty member is presenting or performing at an international location (outside of the U.S. and its territories). Faculty presentation or performance must be confirmed (on a program or flyer, email, or other notification attached to the application).
Application Deadlines: Applications are due by the 15th of each month (irrespective of whether the date falls on a business day). Applications submitted after the 15th of the month will be reviewed the following month. Faculty may submit applications when they can confirm presentation / performance and funding that will be used for the match.
Contact Associate Dean Jalalzai at email@example.com with questions.
International Initiative Small Grants
International Initiative Small Grants are available to departments and other administrative units, student groups, individual faculty, and staff within the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences. The purpose of the grants is to support public events during the academic year that are focused on enhancing international learning, scholarship, and engagement. The International Initiatives Committee administers the grant program.
The International Initiative Small Grant call for proposals, cover sheet, and application can be found here. The next deadline (for Fall Round 2) is September 12, 2022.
Global Partnership Project Grants
Global Partnership Sustainability Grants support an academic project involving at least one academic international partner. The project must have an identifiable outcome. Eligible projects include but are not limited to: a conference or symposium on a Virginia Tech campus or at a Virginia Tech international center; a coauthored article or book manuscript; or a student exchange program. The Global Partnership Sustainability Council and the International Initiatives Committee administer the grant program.
Global Partnership Sustainability Grants support an academic project involving at least one academic international partner. The project must have an identifiable outcome. Eligible projects include but are not limited to: a conference or symposium on a Virginia Tech campus or at a Virginia Tech international center; and a coauthored article or book manuscript. The International Initiatives Committee administers the grant program. The deadline for Global Partnership Project Grants is Oct. 24, 2022.
Learn more about the grant process.