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Faculty Grant Programs

Research and Scholarship Connections Travel Grant to Taiwan

Faculty Group Travel to Taipei and Tainan, Taiwan

May 12-20, 2023

With the world open and hungry for solutions, it's time for Auburn to create the future we wish to see through our research, scholarship and innovation. That's why the Office of International Programs is helping faculty make the connections they need to further world-class research on the international stage.

The Research & Scholarship Connections Travel Grant leverages Auburn's strongest international partnerships to foster collaborations across disciplines. Faculty benefit from OIP's contacts and logistical expertise as well as the security and longevity of relationships formed at the university level.

The summer 2023 Research & Scholarship Connections Travel Grant will provide group travel to visit National Cheng Kung University, National Taipei University of Nursing and Health Sciences and National Taipei University of Technology.

Who is eligible?

Any current Auburn University faculty member with a specific interest in collaborative research or scholarship with NCKU, NTUNHS or NTUT in particular or Taiwan in general is welcome to apply.

What is included?

  • An itinerary arranged by OIP to include meetings with university, government and industry contacts selected based on recipients' research and scholarship areas
  • Round-trip economy airfare
  • Hotel accommodations
  • Per diem reimbursement for meals and incidentals
  • Group ground transportation within Taiwan
  • Support before and after travel to make appropriate connections with Taiwan contacts and collaborators

Apply Today

Applications are due by March 17.

Last Updated: February 17, 2023