Current SIG Programs

Below you will find the details of Strategic Internationalization Grant programs for the 2016-2017 academic year, including the program title, principle investigators, and award amount.

2016 - 2017 SIG Awards

    • Russia in Global Affairs: Classroom and Institution-based Collaborative Exchange
      PI #1: Dr. Thomas Rotnem, Department of Political Science & International Affairs, College of Humanities & Social Sciences
      PI #2: Dr. Joseph Bock, Department of Political Science & International Affairs, College of Humanities & Social Sciences
      Award Amount: $45,750
    • From Mecca to America: Cross-cultural Exchange in the Art Classroom
      PI: Dr. Sandra Bird, Professor of Art Education, College of the Arts
      Award Amount: $17,500

    • Conducting a Community Needs Assessment in Los Robles, Nicaragua
      PI #1: Dr. Barbara J. Blake, WellStar School of Nursing, College of Health & Human Services
      PI #2: Johnathan D. Steppe, WellStar School of Nursing, College of Health & Human Services
      PI #3: Dr. Kandice Porter, Dept of Health Promotion & Physical Education, CHHS 
      PI #4: Mr. Jon Thompson, Comunidad Connect, Co-Founder and Board Chair
      Award Amount: $10,500
    • Women's Leadership in the Arab World: The Case of Morocco
      PI #1: Dr. Maia Hallward, Dept. of Political Science & Intl Affairs, College of Humanities & Social Sciences
      PI #2: Ms. Cortney Stewart, Graduate RA, Dept. of Political Science & International Affairs, College of Humanities & Social Sciences
      Award Amount: $13,500

    • Comparing Math for Social Justice Impressions in the U.S. and Uruguay
      PI: Dr. Paula Guerra, Elementary & Early Childhood Education, Bagwell College of Education
      Award Amount: $7,400

 

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