The Collaborative for International Studies and Global Outreach (CISGO) is pleased to announce the continuation of the Kate Regan Faculty Development grants for 2021–2022. A generous donor has created a grant to support faculty in the humanities (English, History, International Languages and Cultures, Performing and Fine Arts, Philosophy, and Theology) whose teaching and scholarship encompasses international and intercultural topics. The donor desires that this grant will honor the late Kate Regan, who was a tireless advocate for junior faculty; therefore, applications from junior faculty will be given priority.
The funding may be used for international travel for research, course development, or scholarly collaboration with colleagues in other countries beyond the USA and/or internationally focused professional development. They may also be used as a stipend to pay for research, course development, or scholarly collaboration with colleagues in other countries beyond the USA and/or internationally focused professional development. Please note: Any portion of the grant used as a stipend will be subject to deduction of taxes and fringe benefits.
For details regarding the selection criteria, timeline, and link to the application, visit the CISGO website at: Kate Regan Faculty Development Fund. We will hold an information session on Friday, November 13, at 11 a.m. via Zoom using this link. Please contact Laura McLary, CAS, for the passcode at firstname.lastname@example.org. McLary and Eddie Contreras, assistant provost for international education, diversity, and inclusion, will be on hand to answer questions and describe the application process.