Find help on campus for international scholarly activity
Office of International Education and Development (OIED)
OIED supports faculty and students in their international scholarly activity, manages international travel procedures, cultivates exchange relationships with universities in other nations, and organizes short-term, faculty-led programs abroad.
Board of Trustees Faculty International Research Travel Grants
Awards up to $2500 for faculty members whose research projects require travel outside the United States to visit libraries, organizations, laboratories, computer facilities, natural settings, etc.
If you travel outside of the U.S. on university business or work with international research collaborators, Export Controlregulations may affect you.
QEP-Global Learning: A World of Opportunity for Appalachian Students
Opportunities, news, and reference materials related to Appalachian's Quality Enhancement Plan. The QEP goals are to develop globally competent knowledge, to cultivate intercultural competencies, and to foster globally competent citizenship.
For external funding for international scholarly activity
For faculty, staff, and students: GRC International Funding Guide (pdf) (ASU login required)
This guide contains brief abstracts of over one hundred grant and fellowship programs that support research abroad, international faculty and student exchanges , and U.S. research with an international focus. Published in July 2013 by the AASCU's Grants Resource Center.
For science faculty and students: National Science Foundation Office of International Science and Engineering (OISE)
Dozens of programs funded by the National Science Foundation to encourage U.S. research collaborations with other countries.
For performing artists: Association of Performing Arts Presenters (APAP) Cultural Exchange Fund
Travel subsidy program supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to assist U.S.-based presenting professionals and their organizations and companies in building partnerships and collaborations with international touring artists, companies and their collaborators and to experience the work of artists from around the world in its cultural context. Awards up to $2000 for individuals and $10,000 for groups. All applicants must be members of the Association of Performing Arts Presenters.
For artists and arts organizations: National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) International Partnerships
Multiple partnership programs to support international ties between artists and arts organizations.
For humanities faculty: National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Fellowship Programs at Independent Research Institutions
List of NEH-sponsored fellowships at research institutions, including overseas fellowships.
- ASU Policy Manual
- Buy out
- Conflict of Interest at ASU and in the UNC system
- Export Controls
- External Professional Activities for Pay
- Faculty Handbook
- Gift vs. Grant
- Human Subjects, Payments, and Recruitment
- IP Transfer
- Recombinant DNA
- Radiation Safety
- Responsible Conduct of Research
- Unmanned aircraft (Drones)