The aim of the Internationalization Seed Grant program is to provide grants that improve the range of international partnerships at NC State and foster meaningful, collaborative, global scholarship and engagement. Proposals are reviewed by the Committee on International Programs (CIP).
Strategic and intentional collaborations that lead to the development of joint research proposals, student mobility programs, adjunct appointments and scholarly activities are encouraged.
2017 Call for Proposals
International Affairs and the Committee on International Programs are pleased to announced the 2017 Internationalization Seed Grant request for proposals. The maximum award, not including any cost sharing funds from the domestic and international partners, is $5000. Any NC State faculty or staff is eligible to apply by the December 9th deadline.Download the Request for Proposals
2016-2017 Funded Proposals
- John Gadsby, College of Veterinary Medicine
“Research Collaboration focused on Farm Animal Reproduction between the College of Veterinary Medicine NCSU, and the Institute of Animal Reproduction and Food Research (IARFR), Polish Academy of Science, Olsztyn, Poland”
- Karl Jicha & Erin Meachum, College of Agriculture & Life Sciences
“Development of Expanded CALS Study Abroad Program: Focus on Ireland and Scotland”
- Asimina Mila, College of Agriculture & Life Sciences
“Global Crop Health Assessment”
- Robert Sandruck, Poole College of Management
“Seeding the Recruitment of Out-of-State Students for the International Business Dual Degree”
- Tim Wallace, College of Humanities & Social Sciences
“The Seaflower Biosphere Reserve Project: Solidifying an International Interdisciplinary, Partnership with the Universidad Jorge Tadeo Lozano of Bogota, Colombia”