Undergraduate Research Abroad Grants
The Undergraduate Research Abroad program is a collaborative effort of BSU's Center for International Engagement, Office of Undergraduate Research, and the Shea Scholarship to provide opportunities for faculty to mentor student research or creative work outside the United States. Undergraduate Research Abroad is distinct from BSU's Study Tours in that one faculty mentor collaborates with a small group of three or four students on a focused research or creative project, working together for three weeks at one of BSU's partner institutions around the world. Full-time, tenured or tenure-track faculty from any discipline are eligible for the grant, which covers airfare, university housing, and most meals for each participant, plus stipends of $1,200 for each student and $1,700 for the faculty member. UR Abroad grants are available for the winter intersession and summer. Partner institutions willing to host a research team are identified each year by BSU's Division of External Affairs and listed in the Call for Proposals.
UR Abroad Call for Proposals
UR Abroad Grant Application Form
Examples of Successful UR proposals