Global Gateway Graduate Student Research Abroad Grant
The Global Gateway Graduate Student Research Abroad Grant encourages and promotes the professional and academic development of graduate student researchers at The Ohio State University by providing financial support that allows students to undertake research abroad.* Students will be able to assist the University pursue its strategic international goals by creating and bolstering relations with universities and other institutions across the world.
All graduate students conducting research abroad internationally this summer are encouraged to apply. We are looking to fund applicants from a variety of Ohio State's departments who are going to a variety of countries, especially those in which Ohio State currently has a Global Gateway Office (India, China, and Brazil), and where Ohio State hopes to have a more significant presence in the future (Ethiopia, Turkey). The award is funded by the Office of International Affairs, OSU's Graduate School, and the Council of Graduate Students. Successful applicants will be awarded a grant of up to $1,500 to assist with travel related expenses for research abroad.
The 2015 application is now closed.
When applying, please download the guidelines and application above, and follow the directions carefully. It is recommended that you prepare your responses on a separate document, because the PDF will not save your completed application.
Awardees must disclose information about sources of funding as they receive notice of these other awards.
Applicants will be notified of decisions approximately 6 weeks after the deadline.
Please do not e-mail before then.
Deadline = February 20, 2015
Activity Period = May 5, 2015 – August 24, 2015
For more information on OSU's Global Gateway Program:
Please contact the Grants Administration Chair, Elizabeth Sandoval.32 with questions.
Congratulations to the 2015 Awardees!
*Please note that food is no longer an eligible expense, in order to focus on research-related costs.
*Please be aware that all Ohio State students traveling to international locations for the purpose of undergraduate or graduate/dissertation research, international internships, or independent study, which is part of their academic program, are required to enroll in the University's supplemental study abroad health insurance. Be sure to include the expense of the insurance (per day) in your estimated travel costs. Ohio State's supplemental travel insurance is provided through HTH Worldwide Services. This supplemental insurance is required for all Ohio State students studying and researching abroad, and includes a policy covering accident and sickness and for emergency assistance, evacuation and repatriation. Awardees who travel internationally will not be reimbursed if they have not purchased supplemental insurance through OSU. For more information, please visit: http://oia.osu.edu/preparing-to-depart.html ( Note that this information is listed under “Study Abroad”; while the GGG funds research trips, not study abroad trips, this information is still relevant to a research trip.)