In an effort to continue to internationalize the student experience, ISP takes pride in helping to support students who are interested in working on the world’s greatest problems. Here are some internationally focused funding opportunities, administered by the ISP Dean’s office, for undergraduate and graduate students. The deadline is March 1, 2017. In addition, ISP area studies and thematic centers offer FLAS fellowships and various other scholarships found on each of their websites.
Claffey Meyer International Travel Grant (doc)
This award provides financial assistance to domestic students who intend to travel to developing countries for the purpose of providing technical assistance, participate in research, or engage in service. The intent is for students to work towards discovering and implementing solutions in response to urgent human needs (for example: food security, environmental quality, health and nutrition, education, and other areas) and, thereby, to encourage careers in international development teaching, research and practice. Grants are intended to support travel, related living expenses, and projects costs, not to be used as a tuition scholarship.
David D. Horner International Student Scholarship Fund
A scholarship fund reserved for international students in financial distress due to circumstances beyond their control, which may jeopardize students' ability to remain at MSU.
Dr. Charles and Marjorie Gliozzo Dissertation Research Scholarship
This scholarship is available to MSU doctoral students with dissertation research objectives who have defended, or are in the process of defending, a dissertation proposal. The scholarship supports field research abroad in support of the student's dissertation.