Requests for matching support of up to $1,000 for international research travel from tenure-track faculty will be considered by the Dean in the context of the following elements:
- Access to required research materials or locations: priority will be given to applicants whose research requires fieldwork or access to materials or locations outside of the United States;
- The CAS International Research Travel support program does not fund conference travel;
- CAS will support only one trip per calendar year;
- Applicants must match the requested amount from CAS through department or individual research funds.
Applications will be accepted each quarter (fall, winter, spring); the application process will parallel the CAS Program Grants: online submission of application and budget, with department head’s endorsement, due the third Friday of each quarter.
Applicants who are awarded international travel support from CAS will have priority in the application process for international travel research support from the Vice Provost for International Affairs. See the Global Oregon Faculty Research Travel Funds program (link to the right), which supports research projects and travel in three areas: Global Sustainability, Global Ethics and Human Rights, and Global Engagement (link to the right).