International Funding Guide: Resources and Funds for International Activities at Colleges and Universities

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The Association, Jan 1, 1985 - Education - 167 pages
To help colleges and universities find support for international activities, information is provided on funding opportunities and services available to institutions and individuals. For each source of support, a description is provided of funding objectives, services, available materials, and contact offices. Information is provided for 14 federal agencies, 38 private and service agencies, 13 foundations, 9 foreign governments, and 3 multilateral agencies. The following types of support are covered: faculty research support; postdoctoral fellowships; dissertation and predoctoral support; curriculum development; training; travel; conferences, workshops, and seminars; publications, translations, and collections; consultants, visiting personnel, and academic exchanges; international development assistance; collaborative research activities; interinstitutional affiliations; and support for foreign nationals. Included are indexes that are helpful in identifying potential sponsors of a particular activity by subject, geographic area, type of support, and title. A bibliography on international education and foundations is appended. (SW)

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