WSU International Research Travel Award
The Office of International Programs and the Office of Research provide several International Research Travel Awards each year for WSU faculty. This award assists research faculty in building and strengthening international collaborative linkages. It also encourages scholars and researchers to pursue projects aligned with WSU’s strategic priorities.
2013: Cory Bolkan, Will Hamlin, Jean-Saben McEwen, Hubert Schwabl, Feng Zhao
2014: Andrew Duff, Ali Mehrizi-Sani, Tahira Probst, Haluk Resat, Steven Saunders, Viveka Vadyvaloo
2015: Kelly Brayton, Patrick Carter, Praveen Sekhar, Eva Szentirmai, Jennifer Zambriski
2016: David Gang, Joanna Kelley, Vilma Navarro-Daniels, Melanie-Angela Neuilly, Hanu Pappu, Elissa Schwartz, Steve Tomsovic
The WSU Informer is published by WSU’s Office of Grant and Research Development. It provides single-click searches for international funding opportunities in various areas:
- Agriculture, Plant, Animal, Nutrition, and Food Sciences
- Arts, Humanities, Business, Society, and Education
- Graduate Student Opportunities
- Health, Behavioral, and Biomedical Sciences
- International Grant Opportunities
- Large Programmatic and Training Grants
- Prestigious Awards for Faculty
- Science, Math, and Engineering
- Early Career
- Equipment Grants
- Grants for EU Colleagues
The DAAD (national agency for international academic cooperation) offers various types of funding for faculty, administrators, students and staff of higher education institutions.
DAAD’s primary goal is to facilitate transatlantic mobility to Germany for US and Canadian scholars. Funding is awarded on a competitive basis, considering the academic merit of the individual, the feasibility and quality of the proposal, and the impact of the applicant and application as a whole.