Opportunities for Faculty

Emory faculty lead and influence global scholarship, research, and teaching. We want to make sure you have everything you need to address the opportunities and challenges of global work. Through institutional partnerships that facilitate collaborative research and discovery, support for faculty seeking funding for international research and teaching experiences, and logistical support for both inbound and outbound international work, Emory empowers its scholars.

Curious about the funding opportunities available to you for global work? Browse below.

To submit an opportunity open to Emory faculty, email global@emory.edu.

Emory Global Health Institute Faculty Funding Opportunities

EGHI provides Emory faculty with research project support through Global Health Partnership Program Grants and through Faculty Seed Grants. Learn more >>

Fulbright

The best-known Fulbright opportunity is the Core Fulbright Scholar Program, which sends 800 U.S. faculty and professionals to 140 countries for two months to an academic year. But there are many other programs you may not be aware of, including:

Application deadlines for these programs vary. Complete information and application forms are available at the Fulbright Scholar Program website.

Faculty and staff interested in applying for a Fulbright grant are encouraged to contact Tye Tavaras in the Office of Global Strategy and Initiatives for additional information about and support through the application process. Check out Emory's online resources here.

Bring a collaborator here

As part of the Brazil Initiative, Emory hosts a Fulbright Professorship Award for Brazilian Visiting Scholars at Emory. These scholars engage with Emory faculty and students, contributing to university-wide momentum around Portuguese and Brazil-related studies. Emory is one of only a few U.S. institutions that will host these senior scholars. If you are collaborating with a Brazilian peer, consider urging them to apply for this opportunity. The next application cycle will begin in early 2018.

FAPESP (São Paulo Research Foundation - Brazil)

FAPESP and Emory University have signed a Research Collaboration Agreement aiming to implement scientific and scholarly cooperation between researchers from Emory and from the State of São Paulo, Brazil, through the funding of joint research projects. 

Global Research Cooperation Funding (South Korea)

Yonsei University in Seoul, South Korea and Emory University have partnered to pursue mutually beneficial academic and research collaborations. Opportunities abound to strengthen existing engagement within the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing, Candler School of Theology, Emory College of Arts and Sciences, and Goizueta Business School, as well as to foster new connections.

The Global Research Cooperation Funding (GRCF) provides funding to support initiatives in internationalization. The aim is to foster international partnerships in research, teaching and learning, capacity building, and other areas with high profile partners in priority regions. Applicants from any discipline are encouraged to submit funding applications for innovative and sustainable programs built around collaborative research and/or learning and teaching initiatives linking Yonsei University and Emory University with each other. The expectation is that these initial projects will lead to long-term international relations and generate significant external funding for on-going collaboration in the future. 

Applications for the 2017 funding cycle are now closed. Check back in 2018.