For Faculty

You’re at the heart of our international efforts

IU’s faculty are at the forefront of our efforts to promote global engagement. We are committed to supporting your international research, creative pursuits, and teaching through partnerships and exchange programs with institutions overseas; helping you navigate the policies and procedures governing international activities; and offering various grants, including those to help you create or strengthen collaborations, develop study abroad programs or bring distinguished visitors to campus.

OVPIA funding opportunities

OVPIA is ready to help you engage with your international research or creative activities and pursue opportunities for collaboration and professional development with several grants and targeted programs. Our faculty funding programs are designed to ensure that our use of resources advances IU’s strategic priorities in global engagement.

Grants that support campus internationalization

Global Classroom Fellowship

Partner with a foreign university virtually to teach a parallel course with a student project that spans borders. OVPIA can help connect you to an international partner.

2024-25 AY Deadline: April 1, 2024

Spring 2025 deadline: October 14, 2024

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Short-Term Visitor

Explore funding for travel expenses to bring distinguished visitors to your campus for events.

Deadline: rolling

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Client-Based International Projects (CLIP)

Add a global component to your client-based project with the support of resources and expertise from IU Global.

Available on the Bloomington campus only.

Fall 2024 Deadline: March 22, 2024

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Additional funding opportunities

If you are a faculty member at IUPUI (and IUFW or IUPUC), you can apply for OIA Funding Grants through the Office of International Affairs, designed to promote global learning at home, innovation in study abroad, and research, teaching, and community engagement around the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

Find information about IUPUI’s faculty funding initiatives

The Office of the Vice President for Research also offers a number of resources to  help faculty fund their work, within and outside of the university.