Do you know you can win the Ohio State University international research scholarships? Here is how to go about the application process for the Ohio State University international research scholarships.
A funding competition for graduate students is being sponsored by the Offices of International Affairs, Research, Student Academic Success, and Global Gateways.
Proposals are being accepted for a variety of research and scholarship projects, including but not limited to:
- Performing international research and expressing oneself creatively both at home and abroad
- Taking a regional approach to global challenges, including those in the Global South (broadly the regions of Latin America, Asia, Africa, and Oceania)
- In disciplinary and/or transdisciplinary contexts, advancing new global-oriented knowledge
- Developing and implementing initiatives and programs in the global south and across cultural divides
- Exploring any geographical or cultural region through area studies, research, and scholarship
- Global education that promotes fairness, diversity, and inclusion is being developed and tested.
Criteria for Evaluation
The proposals are judged by a panel of experts from several disciplines, so they should be understandable to non-specialists. The following criteria are used to determine which awards are meritorious:
- Completing the study or scholarly assignment on schedule and within the budget
- Within its context, the project’s quality
- Appropriateness of the budget proposal
Proposals can ask for money to help with topics like:
- Expenses associated with research (e.g. acquiring data, supplies, materials)
- Thesis, manuscripts, and publications in development
- Expenses associated with planning and conducting a conference, workshop, or lecture series (professional conference travel is not eligible under this award)
Preparation and Submission of Proposals
Because this is a blind evaluation, please only supply the project title without the applicant(s)’ names.
- A 300-word abstract is required.
- The narrative should be no more than five pages long, double spaced, and 12 point font (excluding references)
- Budget — this could include cost-sharing, a departmental stipend, or other resources for course development.
- A one-page résumé is recommended.
- A faculty advisor’s one-page letter of endorsement
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Stipends will vary between $1,000 and $5,000, with payments paid to the recipient’s unit after June 30, 2022.
- Proposals must be submitted by March 15, 2022, at 11:59 p.m.
- Applicants will be notified on April 18, 2022.
- Responses to commitments are due on April 25, 2022.
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