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Faculty exploring collaborations in Cuba

New faculty travel grant enhances Northwestern’s global network

Northwestern has strong partnerships with top universities around the world. This grant will deepen our existing partnerships through supporting meaningful engagement between our academic communities, with the ultimate goal of increasing the internationalization of Northwestern’s campus.”

Dévora Grynspan, Vice President for International Relations

Proposals are being accepted on a rolling basis

Northwestern University’s Office of International Relations has announced a new travel grant for faculty members who are interested in exploring potential collaborations with Northwestern’s partner institutions abroad.

“Northwestern has strong partnerships with top universities around the world,” says Dévora Grynspan, Vice President for International Relations. “This grant will deepen our existing partnerships through supporting meaningful engagement between our academic communities, with the ultimate goal of increasing the internationalization of Northwestern’s campus.”

Open to full-time members of the Northwestern faculty, applicants can propose a host of activities, including meeting with potential graduate students, presenting research to colleagues, conducting collaborative work with colleagues, and so on. Eligible partner institutions include: Bocconi University, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Nanyang Technological University, National University of Singapore, Peking University, Sciences Po, Stellenbosch University, Tel Aviv University, Universidad Panamericana (Mexico City), Université Sorbonne Nouvelle (Paris 3), University College London, and University of Hong Kong.

Proposals will be accepted on a rolling basis. For additional information, visit the call for proposals or contact Assistant Vice President for International Relations Kim Rapp.

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