University of Georgia-Croatia Support Fund Grant
Deadline: March 31, 2017
Award ceiling: $3,000
Award Notification: Awardee will be informed by April 11, 2017 and funds will be released shortly thereafter.
Background and Purpose
The Fund is an endowment established by Sarah Mae and Lawrence V. Phillips administered by the UGA Office of International Education. The overall purpose of the Fund is to support programs that develop and sustain relationships between the University of Georgia and Croatia. Programs supported by the Fund should be designed to promote greater cross-cultural, social and historical understanding of Croatia on the part of University faculty, students and administrators, and to enhance the awareness of the University of Georgia and its programs among Croatians.
The narrative should include a brief overview of the activity/project, describing the activities to be carried out and outcomes to be achieved. Please include a description of how the activities will engage partners in Croatia and further University of Georgia-Croatia relationships and describe the anticipated objectives and outcomes, both short term and long term.
Please keep proposals to one page in length (not including the budget), including the date, applicant information with name, affiliation (student, faculty, etc.), and academic unit/college/department and title of proposal.
Applicants should include a detailed, itemized budget for how funds will be used. Matching funds and additional support for the project should be listed, but are not required as part of this RFP.
Lauren E. McLennan
Grants & Projects Coordinator
Office of International Education
The University of Georgia
1324 S. Lumpkin St.
Athens, GA 30602