International Program Development Fund
he University of Wisconsin-La Crosse is a leader in global education within the University of Wisconsin System. Through institutional partnerships and other scholarly activities, university faculty and academic staff are connected with other universities and organizations throughout the world. International experiences bring the world to the classroom, enhance research, and assist in preparing students, faculty, and staff in becoming global citizens for the 21st Century. The International Faculty/Academic Staff Development Fund (IDF) was created in 1999 to facilitate and support international activities.
This particular grant program focuses on the development of faculty and staff-led programs (e.g. scoping visits) or faculty exchanges.
- Deadlines: first Monday in October, February, and May of each year to email@example.com .
- Application form
- Budget - if you make changes to the budget template, please be sure to verify the formulas. IMPORTANT NOTES:
- This is a universal budget template.
- Not all categories listed will be allowable for IDF Grants.
- Please refer to the guidelines/RFP for allowable expenses.
- Final reporting
- University Assurances Compliance
- Compile your grant in Digital Measures using the "Manage Internal Grant Proposals" function. It is located at the bottom of the function list.
- Run a report which will yield a document (usually a pdf). If you are having difficulty with this step, please see the video below. The "run a report" step is at the 5:33 mark.
- Email the report as an attachment to your Dean / Division Head at least one week prior to the deadline.
- After their review, Deans / Division Heads will submit the report to firstname.lastname@example.org. Only grants submitted by Deans / Division Heads will be considered for funding.
If the proposed project involves the services of University personnel overseas, the PI/PD should submit an informational copy to the Director, Office of International Education.
Other International Grants:
- Conducting of research, scholarly, or creative activities in international locations - see Faculty Research Grants
- Dissemination of research, scholarly, or creative activities in international locations - see International Scholarship Grants