Permanent full time faculty and staff of GSU
Faculty – must be fulltime, tenure or non-tenure track
Staff - must be full-time (non temporary) staff
No. While priority is given to the listed countries, the program's primary goal still remains funding competitive proposals.
GSU Employees whose duties and responsibilities are fully devoted to supporting the management and operations of the academic and administrative units of the university. These individuals are mostly supported through state funds (fund code 10 or sponsored program funds).
The goal is to maximize the use of ISI funds for the development of externally-funded proposals.
Yes, if the services rendered directly impact the preparation and submission of an external grant proposal.
Yes, as long as each proposal, irrespective of the proposed activity location(s), has a unique Program/project focus.
Yes. It is advisable to seek letters of support from partners to strengthen your proposal.
College Cost-Share means direct and / or indirect contributions by the college to support individual proposals. This may include a graduate assistantship, course buyouts, consultant fees, etc.
College Cost -Share demonstrates the college’s commitment and support of the proposal.
No, not if the goal of the proposal is to primarily attend, participate or organize an international conference. The goal of the ISI seed grant is to fund activities directly related to leveraging external funds. How this will be accomplished must come through very clearly in the proposal.
Yes, but the travel must directly relate to activities involving the leverage of external funds (e.g., meetings with funders, meetings with international consultants and stakeholders, initial assessment and formative evaluation, etc.).