The IDF grant was developed to enhance the international research and scholarly activity focus of the IUPUI academic mission. Generally, the IDF grant serves as venture capital to stimulate additional funding for international research and scholarly activity, which have strong potential to generate indirect cost recovery from extramural sources.
- International Research and Scholarly Activity Program Initiation: up to $15,000 to support international research and scholarly activity program initiation efforts, not maintenance of existing international programs. New initiations as well as existing partnerships adding new components will be considered.
- Small International Research and Scholarly Activity Travel Grant: up to $3,000 for travel necessary to initiate new partnerships activities. Preference given for travel to key international partner institutions.
- Supplement for Residence at Key Partner Institutions in Support of Research and Scholarly Activity: up to $5,000 generally in the form of a sabbatical or grant supplement to encourage and oversee partnership activities, visits, exchanges, while in residence.
- School or Department Internationalization: up to $5,000 to a department or school to spend a year developing a comprehensive internationalization plan supporting research and scholarly activity, in collaboration with the Office of International Affairs and the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research.
- Innovative Use of Technology for Internationalization: up to $5,000 to faculty for making use of interactive video or various web platforms to advance the internationalization of research or the classroom.
Deadline: November 15 (SLA Internal Deadline November 8) 5 p.m.
Eligibility: Eligibility is limited to principal investigators with full-time faculty appointments within a unit located on the Indianapolis campus; visiting and associate faculty members and post-doctoral fellows are not eligible.
Important Note: Guidelines for most of the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research internal grant programs have changed. The new guidelines must be used for all applications starting this fall including resubmissions.
(deadlines that fall on Saturday or Sunday will be due the following Monday)