Funding and Development
UW-Platteville International Grants/Awards
International Education Engagement (IEE) Grant provides funding for UW-Platteville faculty and academic staff to participate in opportunities related to campus internationalization efforts, to subsidize travel expenses incurred during international site visits or in facilitation of international virtual collaborations.
The Excellence in International Advising Award is presented annually to a UW-Platteville faculty or staff member (outside of the International Programs Office) who has demonstrated passion for and innovation in helping students incorporate an education abroad experience in their UW-Platteville degree, AND/OR who has had a significant positive impact on an international student(s) at the university.
Awarded to students who are traditionally underrepresented in education abroad participation at UW-Platteville (i.e. students from diverse backgrounds, with disabilities, who are first-generation college students, and/or have underrepresented areas of study) or students who wish to participate in education abroad programs in non-traditional countries, especially those outside of Western Europe and Australia.
Available to support UW-Platteville students who are participating on approved education abroad programs.
Available to an International Club (IC) Member who can demonstrate interest/involvement in International Club objectives and activities. Must be a full-time student, junior or senior standing and have GPA of 2.5+.
Available to new incoming and continuing English Language Program (ELP) and degree-seeking international students at UW-Platteville, with priority given to international students pursuing a course of study leading to certification as teachers.
The UW-Platteville Excellence in Service to Internationalization Award is presented annually to a UW-Platteville alum, community member or community organization anywhere in the world who has had a significant impact on internationalization at UW-Platteville or in the Platteville community.
ACLS supports scholars in the humanities and related social sciences at the doctoral and postdoctoral levels.
AERA provides a list of funding, grant opportunities, and professional development opportunities across disciplines.
ASF offers fellowships and grants to individuals to pursue research or study in one or more Scandinavian countries for up to one year.
Grants are awarded which support research and training focused on non-Western foreign languages and area studies to administrators, pre- and post-doctoral students and faculty as well as U.S. institutions and organizations. UW-Platteville faculty interested in pursuing a Fulbright Grant may contact Eugene Alcalay, UW-Platteville Fulbright Programs Advisor.
This program provides funding for institutions to host Fulbright lecturers from abroad for one or both semesters in an academic year.
DAAD offers a wide range of funding opportunities for individuals and institutions in higher education with the primary goal of facilitating transatlantic mobility to Germany for U.S. scholars.
SSRC fellowships and grants promote individual and institutional change, generate new knowledge, and build networks.
A list of grant and award opportunities for employees of UW System.
A competitive fellowship providing 50 percent release to existing UW-Platteville faculty and staff to do applied work or research that positively impacts the quality of life of Driftless Area residents.
Global Studies coordinates and supports many different funding programs for students and faculty.
CIBER works with strategic partners on campus, across the country, and around the world to develop, deliver, and support a range of programs that further the international expertise of students, faculty, and business professionals.
Faculty Development Opportunities
Each semester, the CIEE makes available funds up to $500 to promote the internationalization of existing academic programs and the development of new programs.
This grant is designed to encourage and support faculty travel abroad, as well as the integration of international experience into courses and curriculum.
This organization offers a wide range of funding for professional development, student mobility, and research.
SIIC provides professional development opportunities for people working in education, training, business, and consulting, in both international and domestic intercultural contexts under the auspices of the Intercultural Communication Institute in Portland, Oregon.
NAFSA is the primary professional organization for international educators. The site has a wide variety of resources and tools for faculty and staff.
CIEE hosts faculty development seminars along with a number of study abroad and faculty-led programs.
POD supports a network of nearly 1,800 members, including faculty, administrators, consulates and others who value teaching and learning in higher education.
The Forum supports international education and sets many Standards of Good Practice for the field.