CEHD International Initiatives is focused on deepening relationships locally and globally. In fall 2023, CEHD is home to over 300 international students, representing 65 countries. Learn more about International Student Initiatives.
This year we are partnering with TRIO Student Support Services. to integrate global perspectives in its programming, working with faculty to highlight the college’s Sustainable Development Goals contribution, and bettering support services for our international students. Globally we are focused on transitioning back to field work programming and collaboration. This means listening and responding to the current needs of our global partners. We are committed to fostering meaningful relationships that intentionally work to decolonize international engagement.
The CEHD Global Signature Grant is awarded to a faculty, P&A staff, department, or center that proposes program initiatives or projects that demonstrate the college’s commitment to global engagement, meaningful relationships, and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The purpose of this grant program is to support and grow global engagement in CEHD. Individual or group projects are considered, with priority given to projects that are interdisciplinary. The application due is March 11, 2024.
Learn more about Global Signature Grants.
CEHD Graduate Global Grant (G3) is an annual grant that offers funding up to $5,000 to one graduate student to support international research that demonstrates a commitment to global engagement. The application due is March 17, 2024.
Learn more about CEHD Graduate Global Grant (G3)
Time abroad is more than just travel. Experiencing a new culture first-hand will expand and deepen how you think about the world, and yourself. Explore upcoming opportunites.
These programs, offered in 4 or 12 month cohorts, are designed as an effective and structured visiting scholars program that supports international scholars from Kazakhstan in building knowledge and capacity in research methods, innovative teaching approaches, and academic leadership.
These are customized programs that include intensive schedule of academic seminars and workshops, on and off campus activities, and individualized time for research planning.
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, adopted by all United Nations Member States in 2015, provides a shared blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet, now and into the future. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are an urgent call for action by all countries. In alignment with the University, CEHD launched its own SDGs initiative.
Learn more about the college's the SDGs Initiative.
We partner with institutions from across the globe in exchanges, teaching, and research. See some of our program partnerships.
If you're interested in a partnership between your institution and CEHD, contact Marina Alexio at email@example.com.
The CEHD International Student Advisory Group was formed in 2021 to support, advocate, and provide resources for international students. The advisory group actionable strategic plan for 2022/2023 is focused on student grants, faculty training, and resource development.
Scholars from around the world join our college community each year to further their research and teaching. These scholars contribute to our internationalization efforts and support our commitment to international collaboration. Read profiles of our 2023-2024 scholars.
CEHD international initiatives is hosting scholars from Kazakhstan as part of the international visiting scholars program focused on Research, Pedagogy, and Leadership.
CEHD's global fellowships and grants support both faculty and graduate students. Global Signature Grant and Fulbright Scholar Program are for faculty. Summer internship opportunities (JRM Graduate Fellowship in Community Development and the Mary Tjosvold Fellowship) and Global Graduate Grants (3Gs) are for graduate students.
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