Global Engagement Grants & Awards
The Global Learning Across the Discipline (GLAD) Grants are made to faculty to undertake projects to integrate global learning into the curriculum. The GLAD grant provides funding up to $10,000 for teams composed of a minimum of three faculty members from one department or interdisciplinary teams from different departments or colleges.
The grant funding is intended to initiate a curriculum revision process to define global learning outcomes for an academic program, design learning activities and course content that will allow students to demonstrate the outcomes, and develop an assessment process to determine whether students are achieving the outcomes.
Deadline: Friday, February 18, 2022
The Office for Global Engagement (OGE) has established this award to recognize faculty and staff contributions to the university’s global dimension and those who have demonstrated excellence in facilitating student global learning and intercultural understanding. This may include international partnership development that engages students, curriculum revision to include global learning outcomes, advancement of the learning of languages, and other initiatives that provide significant opportunities for global learning either on campus or abroad. It may also include providing exceptional support or mentoring to international students and students participating in learning abroad programs. One faculty member and one staff member will be awarded (two awards).
This is an annual award for which OGE seeks nominations each spring semester. The award selection and ceremony occur in early April each year.