Adjunct Professors, Lecturers & Librarians Conference & Research Travel Grant in International Studies
The Adjunct Professors, Lecturers & Librarians Conference & Research Travel Grant in International Studies supports UC Berkeley non-ladder-ranked adjunct professors, lecturers and librarians, who plan to travel to do research in international studies, in the broadest sense, or to give a presentation at a conference on a topic related to international studies, in the broadest sense. Grant amounts will depend on the location of the conference (domestic or international). Applications need to be submitted in the semester before the trip takes place. After completing their projects, grant recipients are required to submit a one-page report and give a brief presentation of their work at the IIS Adjunct Professors, Lecturers & Librarians Seminar held at the end of the Fall semester.
Eligible candidates must submit an application that includes:
- A one-page description of the research topic or research paper;
- A one-page budget plan;
- (Only in case of a conference) a confirmation of invitation or acceptance to the conference. [If a conference invitation has not been received by the application deadline, the application should include a description of the research.]
The application webform can be found here.
Open to any UC Berkeley non-ladder-ranked adjunct professor, lecturer, or librarian.
Applicants can receive a maximum of one IIS grant per year.
Up to $500 for travel within California, up to $750 for travel elsewhere in North America, and up to $1,000 for international travel.
All funds will be allocated to the respective department or to the library. Amounts are at the discretion of the selection committee.
November 15 for travel in the following Spring/Summer. April 15 for travel in the following Fall.