Collaborative Research Grants

The Halle Institute for Global Research offers nine different Collaborative Research Grants, open to regular, continuing full-time faculty in all schools and disciplines. Applicants are encouraged to submit proposals for innovative collaborative research projects linking with faculty from one of our partner universities. The research may take place in any country or region as long as it is done collaboratively. Upon request, the Halle Institute will offer help creating connections with potential collaborators. Project outcomes may include publications, external funding, and/or other forms of research-based activity.

Collaborative Research Grant proposals are peer-reviewed by faculty representing multiple schools and disciplines. Proposals should be written in clear, accessible language.

The Collaborative Research Grants support the Halle Institute's goal of fostering international research across all disciplines.

The Halle Institute's commitment to international research collaboration continues to expand to new opportunities in spite of the current challenges related to COVID-19. We encourage any regular, full-time faculty in any school to apply with the expectation to conduct research as planned; however, we will remain flexible in extending grant completion dates if university policy limits travel during the full grant period. 

Open applications are linked below:

Application Status Deadline Collaborative Research Grant
Open September 30, 2020 NEW! University of Bonn
NEW! Halle Foundation
Nanjing University
Tel Aviv University
Yonsei University
Closed: Opening Fall 2020 Spring 2021 NEW! University of Witswatersrand
São Paulo State Research Foundation (FAPESP)
Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Global Disease, Healing, and Health
University of St Andrews

 

Questions should be directed to the Halle Institute for Global Research, halle.global@emory.edu.

View list of past award winners and project titles.  


 

Photo header: Michael Page, lecturer in geospatial sciences and technologies in the Department of Environmental Sciences in Emory College of Arts and Sciences, and Thomas D. Rogers, NEH/Arthur Blank Distinguished Teaching Professor and associate professor of modern Latin American history in the Department of History in Emory College of Arts and Sciences (pictured), received a FAPESP-SPRINT award in 2016.