International Pathways Initiative
Global Engagement works collaboratively with departments on campus and institutions throughout the world on initiatives to educate and engage global citizens.
International Collaboration Grant for Faculty
- To develop or enhance current international connections between UM faculty and their counterparts in academic/research institutions abroad with the hope that a focus on areas of mutual interest will lead to expanded international collaborations.
- Open to all tenured and tenure-track faculty pursuing international research, collaboration, and technical assistance initiatives. While both populations are eligible, preference will be given to untenured tenure-track faculty.
- To be eligible, faculty must identify and commit to making presentations, writing articles, and/or other scholarly activities as a result of the project enabled by the International Collaboration Grant, thus expanding UM’s global footprint.
- Faculty members may not be granted the ICG in consecutive cycles though exceptions could be made depending on the availability of funds.
Download more information and guidelines about the ICG here: ICG Guidelines
The downloadable application is here: International Collaboration Grant