The Office of Global Activities (OGA) offers event grants to the School of Social Work students who would like to propose and plan an event with a global theme.
Student events that have been proposed and funded in the past include showing a documentary with a global focus, hosting a discussion afterward, and organizing a panel of social workers who have done work abroad. Events are not limited to these categories, and we encourage students to get creative and propose something new.
Two grants, each up to $125, are available in the fall semester.
Two grants, each up to $125, are available in the winter semester.
The goal of this program is to help CHGD members, as well as their trainees and graduate students, to further their research related to child and adolescent health, behavior and development by providing statistical analysis, behavioral coding or transcription services.
Provides students and student organizations with a source of funds for involvement in academic multicultural activities. The awarded amount can be up to $1,000 for individuals and $2,000 for student organizations or groups. Application cycle is once a month.
A list of current grant opportunities through the Department of Education.
The USAID Global Health Fellows Program II (GHFP-II), led by the Public Health Institute, seeks to improve the effectiveness of USAID's population, health and nutrition programs overseas by developing and increasing the capacity of health professionals. GHFP-II helps USAID address its immediate and emerging human capital needs by developing a diverse group of global health professionals to support and sustain the effectiveness of the Agency's current and future health programs.
Deadline: Late August (campus deadline)
The Institute of International Education (IIE), on behalf of the U.S. State Department, administers the Student Fulbright Program, which makes fellowships available to approximately 1,900 U.S. students annually to study, conduct research, teach English or train in the creative arts in more than 140 countries worldwide. At U-M this competition is administered by the International Institute.
Deadline: Late September
This program provides stipends, language training, and individualized professional placement in Asia for 15-18 Luce Scholars each year.
The Fellowship is designed to attract outstanding individuals from all ethnic, racial and social backgrounds who have an interest in pursuing a Foreign Service career with the U.S. Department of State.
Deadlines: mid-October and mid-February
ASC will award up to $500 for domestic and $1,000 for international travel to support Africa-focused conference participation.
Deadline: October 1
The Tinker Field Research Grants are funded by the Tinker Foundation, LACS, and the International Institute to support graduate students conducting preliminary fieldwork in Latin America.
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