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International Classroom Partnering Grants

The Office of the Vice President for International Relations and the Buffett Institute for Global Affairs invite faculty applications for $3,000 classroom partnering grants. This is an opportunity to collaborate with faculty at Northwestern’s international partner institutions and at Northwestern in Qatar (NU-Q) to provide cross-cultural, global opportunities for virtual student learning and engagement during the 2022-2023 school year.

Short-term goals

Long-term goals

Proposal considerations and criteria

Partner institutions

Proposals to collaborate with institutions listed here or with universities that have the potential to become long-term partners within a multilateral framework will be considered, but NU-Q and the following partners with existing institutional and curricular relationships with Northwestern are preferred:

Grant details

How to apply

Submit proposals (maximum of two pages) by email to Kim Rapp, Assistant Vice President for International Relations.  

Please include:

Deadline

Rolling, until funds are expended



2020-2021 Showcase

 

At a Virtual International Classroom Partnering Grant Showcase in May 2021,  several 2020-2021 grantees presented their diverse projects, shared best practices for partnering with a colleague abroad, and reflected on student takeaways. It provided an opportunity for attendees to learn more about creative co-teaching and global engagement initiatives supported by the International Classroom Partnering grant during the COVID-19 period and beyond. This event was co-organized by the Northwestern Searle Center for Advancing Learning & Teaching.