International Program Development Grant

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The International Program Development Grant (IPDG) program exists to help support the travel associated with the development of faculty and staff-led programs (e.g., scoping visits) or faculty exchanges. The primary outcome associated with these grants is the enhancement of international opportunities for students.  

The Office of International Education and Engagement provides funding to support the IPDG.

  • Deadlines: October 1, February 1, and May 1, or the Monday following if the due date falls on a Saturday or Sunday.
    • All proposals (Grant Proposal Reports from Digital Measures) are due to the relevant Dean/Division Head one week prior to the deadline
  • Dean submits to
  • Guidelines/RFP
  • Application form 
    • This is a universal budget template.
    • Not all categories listed will be allowable for IPDG Grants.
    • Please refer to the guidelines/RFP for allowable expenses.
    • If you make changes to the budget template, please be sure to verify the formulas. 
  • Final reporting
  • University Assurances Compliance

Submission process:

  1. Compile your grant in Digital Measures using the "Manage Internal Grant Proposals" function. It is located at the bottom of the function list.
  2. 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.
  3. Email the report as an attachment to your Dean / Division Head at least one week prior to the deadline.
  4. After their review, Deans / Division Heads will submit the report to Only grants submitted by Deans / Division Heads will be considered for funding.

Other International Grants: 

How to Create Internal Grant Proposals in Digital Measures