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CGEI Interprofessional Global Grant Program
Student Interprofessional Global Grants
The student application process for the 2020 summer interprofessional global health grant program will open in late fall 2019.
The hallmark program of the Center for Global Education Initiatives (CGEI) is our Interprofessional Global Grant program. Here's how it works - UMB faculty from any school on campus apply for CGEI grant funds to create a project for an interprofessional group of students. These projects range from research to capacity building to training. They are usually 2-4 week projects in an established research site overseas mostly in the summer but some take place in early January.
Here's how to apply:
- Look at past projects to get an idea of our innovative global projects. Read about past projects
- Look at upcoming projects.
- Check the applications deadline for the project you are interested in.
- Apply here!
Interprofessional Global Grant Application Process
Applicants must be current and continuing UMB students. Students may choose to apply for more than one faculty-led project but will only be selected to participate in one project. Whether a student receives academic credit for the experience will be determined by the student’s individual school and the faculty member leading the project. Students should have any credit requirements determined and documented before beginning the project.
Please thoroughly read the application instructions and criteria that will be used by the review committee.
Interprofessional Global Grant Financial/Funding Details
The amount of student grants varies by project. Usually grants cover the round-trip coach airfare from the Baltimore/D.C. area to the host country. Additional expenses such as accommodations, visa fees, in-country transportation, meals, and incidentals will be the responsibility of the student, unless otherwise specified in the project description. Fees for airline cancellation or schedule changes made for discretionary reasons after the ticket is purchased also are the responsibility of the student.
If you are selected - Participant Requirements
- Complete the CGEI Student Checklist that tells you about all required forms and their deadlines (you will receive forms with your award letter).
- Register with UMB's travel assistance program, International SOS, and other registries before leaving the United States.
- Participate in pre-departure center orientations and faculty-scheduled sessions. Complete assignments as given by your faculty leaders.
- Visit a travel clinic to receive all required vaccinations, medical reviews, and travel medications (if needed).
After the project experience, under the direction of the responsible faculty member, students will:
- Submit a reflection essay or photojournalistic project such as PhotoVoice.
- Write a paper related to the project outcomes (peer-review quality) as assigned by their faculty leader.
- Prepare and deliver at least one on-campus group presentation with your project team.
Timeline and deadlines for 2019-2020 Grant Program (TBA)