Short Term Faculty Led Study Abroad
Indiana State University’s Strategic Plan calls for doubling the percentage of Indiana State University students who participate in an international
experience by year 2014. To achieve this goal, funds have been made available to support faculty and their students in short-term faculty-led study abroad programs. By providing opportunities for brief, faculty-led international experiences, ISU hopes to encourage undergraduate students to consider studying abroad for longer periods – a summer, semester, or an academic year. Grants to fund faculty and students travel will be awarded through this program and on a competitive basis. Requests for proposals will be announced every year for a spring competition for travel during the following calendar year. In future years, additional competitions may be announced depending on funding availability. Successful programs are expected to benefit students and contribute to the achievement of the University Strategic Plan. Proposals for this grant are reviewed by a committee of faculty appointed by the Provost, and the Director of the Office of International Programs and Services.
Completed applications should be submitted to:
Office of International Programs and Services
Rhoads Hall Mezzanine