Limited Submission URL can be found here.
IU Internal Deadline: 11/20/2013
Bureau’s Proposal Deadline: 12/18/2013
Brief Description: Study of the U.S. Institutes are intensive academic programs whose purpose is to provide foreign university faculty, secondary educators, and other scholars the opportunity to deepen their understanding of U.S. society, culture, and institutions. The ultimate goal is to strengthen curricula and to improve the quality of teaching about the United States in academic institutions abroad.
- The Study of the U.S. Institute on on Contemporary American Literature
- The Study of the U.S. Institute on Religious Pluralism in the United States
- The Study of the U.S. Institute on U.S. Political Thought
- The Study of the U.S. Institute for Secondary Educators
- Approximate Total Funding: $3,690,000
- Approximate Number of Awards: 5
- Approximate Average Award:$240,000-$280,000
- Cost Sharing or Matching Funds: There is no minimum or maximum percentage required for this competition. However, ECA encourages applicants to provide maximum levels of cost sharing and funding in support of its programs.
Limitation: One per Indiana University
Applicants may submit only one proposal under this competition. If multiple proposals are received from the same applicant, all submissions will be declared ineligible and receive no further consideration in the review process.
To apply for IU Internal competition: For consideration as an institutional nominee, submit the following documents electronically to limited submission, firstname.lastname@example.org by November 20, 2013 for internal coordination. Please contact Donna Carter at limsub.iu.edu indicating your interest in this program to help expedite the review process.
1. 1-page Executive Summary (double spaced) containing: Name of organization/participating institutions Beginning and ending dates of the program Proposed theme Nature of activity Scope and Goals
- a. Number and description of participants
- b. Wider audience benefiting from program (overall impact)
- c. Geographic diversity of program, both U.S. and overseas
- d. Fields covered
- e. Anticipated results (short and long-term)
2. 1-2 page Project Narrative (single-spaced, limitation does not include references). Vision (statement of need, objectives, goals, benefits) Program Activities (advertisement, recruitment, orientation, academic component, cultural program, participant monitoring)
3. A Letter of Nomination from Chair or Dean 4. Abbreviated CV for the PI (not to exceed 3 pages)
IUPUI applicants must copy Etta Ward, email@example.com.