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Funding from the Office of the Vice Provost for Global Affairs

The Office of the Vice Provost for Global Affairs offers funding to develop and sustain global partnerships and international collaboration. This funding is made possible by the Chancellor’s Global Education Fund, the unrestricted pan-University fund that supports Carolina’s top global priorities.

Curriculum Development Awards for COIL

Through the Connecting Carolina Classrooms with the World (CCCW) initiative, the Office of the Vice Provost for Global Affairs is offering Curriculum Development Awards for Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL), one of three CCCW approaches to offering a global education to all Carolina studentsCOIL awards support Carolina faculty members interested in working with a colleague at an international institution to develop  international collaboration for students in their regularly scheduled courses. Faculty members will design collaborative projects or assignments to connect students from the two courses, one at each institution, over a period of at least three weeks. Faculty can also request funds to hire a graduate student teaching assistant to provide support in the development or implementation of COIL activities in the first semester in which the course is taught. 

Learn more about Curriculum Development Awards for COIL.

Global Partnership Awards

Global Partnership Awards are designed to help develop and sustain partnerships between UNC-Chapel Hill and international institutions, typically colleges or universities. Awards support Carolina faculty, staff and graduate students who plan to collaborate with partners abroad. Preference is given to proposals that include designated UNC-Chapel Hill strategic or key partners, but applications can involve other international institutions.

Learn more about the Global Partnership Awards.

In addition to funding from the Office of the Vice Provost for Global Affairs, UNC-Chapel Hill faculty, students and staff will find funding opportunities available through Carolina’s area studies centers that may be used to support similar and additional activities in the International Dialogues approach of CCCW.