Grants and Scholarships
The Office of International Programs (OIP) has allocated funds to support international efforts at CSU. Funding opportunities for CSU faculty and students include faculty research travel grants, grants to host an international conference, education abroad scholarships, and grants to support relationship building with key institutional partners identified by the OIP.
Faculty Travel Research Grants
$2,000 grants are available for faculty engaging in international research. Priority is given to applications that (1) focus on international projects with an interdisciplinary, team-based approach focusing on new areas of research and (2) involve collaboration with other CSU faculty, international faculty at partner institutions, and/or international organizations.
International Conference and Workshop Grants
Funding is available to organize conferences and workshops at CSU that are research-oriented, faculty-led, and have an international focus.
Institutional Partnership Support Grants
The Colorado State University Office of International Programs (OIP) is pleased to offer a grant program to support building relationships with the university key Institutional partners. Funding has been allocated to supporting these strategic partnerships, and is part of a larger pool of over $100,000 for new international student and faculty initiatives at Colorado State University. The Office of International Programs is seeking proposals from faculty who are building relationships with key institutional partners.
Education Abroad Scholarships
OIP has developed a $35,000 scholarship program to support undergraduate education abroad participation. Approximately 60 awards will be granted. Awards range from $200 for a summer, $500-$750 for a semester, and $750-$1,000 for an academic year. Priority will be given to applicants studying in a non-traditional part of the world and to students with underrepresented majors in study abroad.
William J. & Jean S. Griswold Scholarship
Two $1,000 scholarship awards are given to Colorado State University students each spring. Applicants may be undergraduate or graduate students, international or American, enrolled full-time for the upcoming academic year. The scholarship is awarded based on extent and depth of contribution to the greater Colorado State University international community and to the academic field of history. All students with one year or more of study at Colorado State University, including sophomores, juniors, graduate students–as well as both American and international students–are encouraged to apply.