Grants for work in human rights, children’s education and protection (and other areas).
$40,000 for three years of research on philosophy of educational policy.
Grants support: pre-college education initiatives (ranges from $5000 to $25,000)
Spend 4-6 weeks at a German Institute on informational exchange on textbook writing
Two grants, one for $6000 and one for $10,000 (to develop international collaborations)
Funds cultural (visual and performing arts) exchange with Latin America, Middle East, and Africa
Supports travel of mathematicians to collaborate with Chinese colleagues
Provides support to spend 1 month-1 year doing collaborative research at Weizmann Institute in Israel
Research that promotes and facilitates understanding of the human genome and its importance for and effects upon the long-range future of humanity. (Can be used for foreign travel)
Funds studies and actions on world fisheries, marine bird populations, climate change, biofuels, and some general science areas.
Provides funding for a US professor to travel to India for collaboration and research.
Jefferson Science Fellows spend one year on assignment at the U.S. Department of State or USAID as science advisors on foreign policy issues. As part of their assignments, Jefferson Fellows also have the opportunity to travel to U.S. embassies and missions overseas.
Fogarty International Center (FIC) invites applications for the International Research Scientist Development Award. This program provides support and protected time (three to five years) to advanced postdoctoral (at least two years beyond conferral of doctoral degree) U.S. research scientists for an intensive, mentored research career development experience in a low- or middle-income country (LMIC) as defined by the World Bank (http://data.worldbank.org/about/country-classifications/country-and-lending-groups; low-income, lower-middle-income, and upper-middle-income countries are included) leading to an independent research career focused on global health. FIC invites K01 applications from biomedical, epidemiological, clinical, biostatistical, social and behavioral scientists in the formative stages of their research careers. This FOA will utilize the K01 award mechanism.
The sponsor provides funding for projects which are classified into three distinct types: Internationally significant wildlife health projects that have sustainable benefits at the ecosystem level that also provide favorable economic impact for the local communities in which they are conducted; regionally significant sustainable wildlife health projects that provide long-term favorable economic benefits to the local community; and scientific research projects that improve our understanding of key factors that enhance the sustainable health of a free-ranging wildlife and the environments they inhabit.
Gives a one-year salary to junior faculty to write a book on subjects related to American foreign policy. Will support international travel.
Grants awarded for developing models for peacebuilding in global contexts
Supports four months to one year of research in China
Offers $2000 for travel and curricular development.
Individuals of Asian descent may apply for grants to conduct research, study, and receive training. Amounts of these grants vary and will support an individual anywhere from one month to a year.
Organizations (SUNY Cortland) may apply for a $10,000 for projects including cultural exchange with Asia.
Travel grant up to $3500 to study any issue related to rice production in the developing world.
Language Grants for the (advanced) study of Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese, Khmer, Japanese, Thai, Indonesian, Burmese. Applicant must have some language training in target language prior to application. The grant supports one year of study in-country. Grants support one year cost of living in target country plus stipends for travel
Communication and Media studies related to US/Japan (generally $20,000 and up)
Provides substantial research and scholar grants for subjects relating to Chinese/Taiwanese studies
Funds research projects (resulting in management methods) for the following areas: Rights of Persons with Disabilities (SE Asia); Improving Civil Society Influence (in Vietnam); Supporting Civil Society (Cambodia)
Grants to support studies on global change including immigration, bio-social evolution, governance, and economy, and other selected global issues.
Funds research (varying amounts) on media, Global HIV/AIDS, and methods to “measure progress.”
Supports research (implemented by women) on issues related to indigenous women, environmental activism, and some other areas. Will support travel to conferences (focusing on issues of interest to the foundation).
Provides funds for research on, and publication about, Québec; will support travel to the region. Also offers a grant to develop a course on Québec (for travel costs). Meant to increase awareness about Québec at US Universities
Open to centers, institutes, and universities dealing with Latin American studies. Focus of grants is on democratic governance, sustainable resource management, and education. Grants for field research are between $10,000 and $15,000.
Grants support conflict analysis, mediation, religion and peacemaking, women and girls in conflict areas, rule of law, physical/psychological impacts of conflict, media and conflict. Awards range from $50,000 to $120,000
Funds cultural exchange with Latin America, Middle East, and Africa
Venetian Research Program offers grants for travel to and residence in Venice to do historical research on Venetian history.
Funds research in areas of independent media, animal advocacy, measuring progress, and Global HIV/AIDS. Can be used for international research.
Offers grants to carry out research on population and reproductive health
Funds projects devoted to youth engagement (ages 7-17) in areas of sport and health in global locations.
Funds a faculty member ($4000) to develop a new study abroad/exchange program (generally outside of Europe/Canada).