The Georgetown Initiative for U.S.-China Dialogue on Global Issues invites proposals from full-time Georgetown faculty for workshops, conferences, and planning meetings related to five key areas: peace and security; business and trade; global health; global development; and climate change.
The maximum award is $7500. Proposals are welcome across the social sciences, natural sciences, and humanities. Funds may be set aside for student research assistants.
The U.S.-China Faculty Committee will consider proposals on a rolling basis. Decision criteria include: intellectual contribution, soundness of budget, and relevance for U.S.-China relations and world affairs. Special consideration will be given to projects that involve more than one full time Georgetown faculty member and at least one scholar based at a university in China. Up to three awards will be made each semester.
Applications and questions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.