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College of enrollment
Major field of study
Faculty advisor name
Do you currently have a university assistantship or fellowship? If yes, choose the correct box below.
Are you currently funded by an external organization? If yes, choose the correct box below.
Other, please describe below.
Proposed International Activity Details
Choose the type of activity
Presentation at Conference
Conducting Research/Scholarly Work
Location and Dates of Program/Conference
Please provide a 3 - 5 sentence abstract (no more than 250 words) that clearly describes what is proposed and how the proposed experience will enhance the applicant's education significantly.
Please note: This abstract must be suitable for use in a media release if the proposed activity is funded.
Detailed proposal of research/scholarly work
In no more than 1000 words, describe the objectives and approach of your proposed research activity. Make clear how it relates to your immediate and long-term doctoral goals. Include a time-line for preparing for and completing the proposed activity.
Projected Expenses related to Proposed Activity
Total budget. Enter numbers only, no currency signs.
Funds secured from other sources. Please list each source and the amount below. Enter numbers only, no currency signs.
Remaining balance. Enter numbers only, no currency signs.
Amount you are requesting as a DTG-GO grant. Enter numbers only, no currency signs.
References or Letters of Support
Please upload a Faculty Letter of Support Specifically detailing the impact this experience will have on your degree program.
If you are awarded funding, those funds must be used withing 12 months of receiving your notification from OIA.
Upon return from your international experience, awardees must report on their experience; either as a written report or oral presentation.
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