Collaborative Research Grant with German Institutions

The Halle Institute for Global Research has partnered with the Halle Foundation to support Emory and Germany-based researchers. Scholars based at any academic research institution in Germany are eligible to contact Emory University faculty researchers from any of Emory’s nine schools and any discipline with current or potential connections. The Halle Institute may be able to connect interested German researchers with Emory faculty. Projects should support the mission of the Halle Foundation to promote understanding and knowledge via initiatives in the fields of culture, science, technology, commerce, language, scholarship, and international relations. Outcomes may include publications, external funding, exhibitions, performance, or any other forms of research-based activity. Projects should take place primarily outside of the United States. All grantees are encouraged to present their research at Emory and in Germany. 

Up to two applications will be funded per application cycle, each with a principal investigator from Emory University and a principal investigator based at a German research institution. Grant funding is shared and may be up to USD$30,000 over two years; funds will be managed by the Halle Institute for Global Research. Project funding from the German partner’s institution or other sources of project funding support, are welcome but not required.

Principal investigators must be full-time, regular, continuing full-time faculty at Emory University. Past awardees may apply for Halle Institute funding no sooner than two years from the end date of their previous Halle Institute Collaborative Research Grant project. 

Application Guidelines

Call for Applications are open. Submit by: September 30, 2022