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March 1 deadline for International Research Travel Awards

By Craig Lawson, International Programs

PULLMAN, Wash. – Faculty can apply through Sunday, March 1, for travel funds to enhance their international research collaborations and impact aligned with the university’s strategic priorities.

International Research Travel Awards assist Washington State University faculty in achieving tangible outcomes such as joint publications or research proposals. The awards are intended for research related activities that will advance the faculty member’s scholarly program.

Full-time tenured, tenure-track and clinical WSU faculty members are eligible; adjunct, post-doc and instructor positions are not eligible.

The awards are co-sponsored by the WSU Office of International Programs and Office of Research.

A request for proposals and frequently asked questions can be found at http://ip.wsu.edu/IP-research/events?utm_source=news-wsu-edu&utm_medium=online&utm_campaign=news-wsu-edu-about&utm_term=&utm_content=.

Past winners include:

2013: Cory Bolkan, Will Hamlin, Jean-Saben McEwen, Hubert Schwabl, Feng Zhao
2014: Andrew Duff, Ali Mehrizi-Sani, Tahira Probst, Haluk Resat, Steven Saunders, Viveka Vadyvaloo

 

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