Scholars and appropriately qualified professionals outside of academia may engage in collaborative research or combine teaching and research activities or pursue a professional project in their area of specialization in two to three countries in at least two different world regions. Activities may also include consulting on curriculum, program and faculty development and conducting workshops. Applicants with a teaching/research project may determine the percentage of the grant dedicated to each activity and should define this in the project proposal. The activities can be conducted in the same academic year or over the course of two consecutive years and may consist of one multi-country trip, two or three single country trips or two dual-country trips. A letter of invitation from each proposed host institution, confirming the applicant's proposed timeline, must be submitted at the time of application. Project statement must include a detailed description of proposed grant activities (research, or teaching and research), including duration and dates in each country, justification for each country to be visited, host institutions and site(s) to be visited (where feasible). While a Ph.D. (or equivalent terminal degree such as MBA, MFA, etc.) is preferred, it is not required. Applicants with equivalent professional/artistic training or experience (recognized professional standing and substantial professional accomplishment) are strongly encouraged to apply. Please visit the award's website for more information.
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Other - Project Statement; Reference List; Syllabi; Letter of Invitation