Marquette's Office of International Education provides a variety of support services for faculty members looking to research or teach abroad. Our staff has a wide range of knowledge and appointments are always available. Below you can also find links to a variety of information on grants, development opportunities, and other topics.
FUNDING FOR INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH
A listing site of a numerous international research grants broken down by region.
ACLS supports scholarship in the humanities and humanities-related social sciences.
Grants are made to U.S. Citizens and nationals of other countries for a variety of educational activities, primarily university lecturing, advanced research, graduate study and teaching in elementary and secondary schools. Since the program's inception in 1946, more than 250,000 participants - chosen for their leadership potential - have had the opportunity to observe each other's political, economic and cultural institutions. MU faculty interested in pursuing a Fulbright Grant may contact Karen Welniak Jamiola.
IREX provides grants for both individuals and institutions
This is a non-profit library of foundations that provide international grants
Given by the University of Wisconsin - Madison Global Studies Program, this is awarded to postsecondary faculty members and instructional staff wishing to incorporate international and global content into their courses.
Provided by the University of Sydney in Australia. This program allows researchers from the US, and around the world, to spend a period of up to 12 weeks conducting collaborative research at the University of Sydney.
DAAD provides numerous grants for faculty research and study in Germany.
FIPSE's four international programs represent a first-of-a-kind collaboration among the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Postsecondary Education and foreign government agencies to fund and coordinate federal education grant programs.
The Fogarty International Center is dedicated to advancing the mission of the National Institutes of Health by supporting and facilitating global health research conducted by U.S. and international investigators
FACULTY DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Each semester, the CIEE makes available funds up to $500 to promote the internationalization of existing academic programs, and the development of new programs. For more information, contact the CIE.
Council's International Faculty Development Seminars provide short-term, intensive overseas experiences for faculty and administrators, hosted by prestigious academic institutions abroad.
The Centers for International Business Education and Research (CIBERs) were created under the Omnibus Trade and Competitiveness Act of 1988 to increase and promote the nation's capacity for international understanding and economic enterprise.
The American Council has numerous opportunities and program for faculty development.
NAFSA is the primary professional organization for international educators. It has a wide variety of resources and tools for faculty.
CIEE hosts faculty development seminars along with a number of study abroad programs.
An organization that supports research and reflection on teaching and learning through publications, conferences, consulting, and networking.
Sabbatical Homes provides an international resources for housing exchange for faculty going overseas on short-term projects.