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Apply for International Travel Research Awards by Feb. 15

By Craig Lawson, International Programs

PULLMAN, Wash. – Full-time tenured, tenure-track and clinical faculty may apply through Monday, Feb. 15, for an International Research Travel Award.

A request for proposals and frequently asked questions can be found at https://ip.wsu.edu/scholars-abroad/grants-funding/.

The funds are intended for research related activities that will advance the faculty member’s scholarly program and enhance international research collaborations and their impact aligned with Washington State University’s strategic priorities.

Awards assist faculty in achieving tangible outcomes such as joint publications or research proposals.

Adjunct, post-doctoral and instructor positions are not eligible.

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

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 Sanders, Viveka Vadyvaloo
2015 – Kelly Brayton, Patrick Carter, Praveen Sekhar, Éva Szentirmai, Jennifer Zambriski

 

 

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