Cornell China Center Innovation Grants
The Cornell China Center has announced new Grants for Innovation in China. Eight interdisciplinary, collaborative teams received awards for their plans to develop innovative research projects with far-reaching impact in and for China.
Research teams include two or more Cornell faculty from different departments and engaged collaborators in China. Projects focus on long-term research goals and intended impact, demonstrating a high potential either to attract continuous funding beyond the grant period or to help the center broker more resources for the research on the topics.
Internationalizing the Cornell Curriculum Grants
The Office of the Vice Provost for International Affairs awards Internationalizing the Cornell Curriculum (ICC) grants to support innovative faculty-led initiatives that will expand opportunities, on Cornell's Ithaca campus and abroad, for high-impact global learning experiences for Cornell students.
2018 ICC grants include nine faculty-led projects received 2018 ICC grants, totaling approximately $155,000. In four years of the program, 56 awards have been made to support international curriculum development projects.
2017 ICC grants totaling nearly $171,000 were awarded to 10 faculty projects that incorporate global-at-home learning into the Cornell curriculum.
In FY2016, the second year of the ICC program, $213,086 was awarded in course development grants to 25 faculty members from 6 colleges and units. The 2016 faculty grant recipients and their students are working with more than 10 community partners in 15 countries and across the world at large.
2015 ICC grants were awarded to 45 faculty members working in 26 teams on course development projects, working with partners in 18 countries and issues that touch the world at large
Faculty who receive grant awards are encouraged to participate in an ICC learning community, project development working sessions, and other workshops—provided in collaboration with the Center for Teaching Excellence, Cornell Abroad, Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies, Engaged Cornell, Language Resource Center, and other partners.
Off-Campus Opportunity Fund
Several central units across the university use a streamlined application system, called the Off-Campus Opportunity Fund, to offer grants to undergraduate and graduate students for off-campus experiences.
You use a common online application to apply for grants offered through these units (note: eligibility varies by award):
- Office of Academic Diversity Initiatives: Student Individual Funding Sponsorship
- Office of Engagement Initiatives: Community-Engaged Student Grant Program
- Office of Global Learning: Student Travel Grants
Provost’s International Research Internship Program
The Provost’s International Research Internship Program (PIRIP) offers qualified international students—undergraduate or graduate—the opportunity to conduct research on campus under the direction of a member of the Cornell faculty.
The program requires prior approval from the faculty member in question; the department chair; and the dean of the relevant college. The decision about student participation in PIRIP rests with the deans.