Research Funding With German Collaborators

This event has been postponed (new date tbd) due to the covid-19 mitigation measures. 

An Introduction to German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)

Funding Opportunities and Overview of New Halle Institute Collaborative Research Grant Funding with German Institutions

DAAD Presentation & Q&A

Individual Consultations with DAAD

Announcing new Collaborative Research Grants with University of Bonn and other German Institutions

Tuesday Mar 17 | 12 noon – 1:30 pm | Convocation Hall, Room 204

The Center for Faculty Development and Excellence and the Halle Institute for Global Research partner to present an information session for faculty on opportunities through the German Academic Exchange Service (Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst, or DAAD) and two new Collaborative Research Grants with the University of Bonn and other German Institutions.

DAAD is a private, publicly funded, self-governing organization of higher education institutions in Germany. DAAD promotes international academic relations and cooperation by offering mobility programs primarily for students and faculty but also for administrators and others in the higher education realm. DAAD offers opportunities that take scholars and researchers from many different disciplines and fields of study to German universities, libraries, archives, laboratories, etc., for research stays, guest lectureships, and more. Each year DAAD, its regional branch offices, its information centers, and DAAD professors around the globe provide information and financial support to more than 120,000 highly qualified students and faculty for international research and study.

Peter R. Kerrigan is the deputy director of DAAD New York and the director of marketing and development for the organization. In this presentation, you will learn about teaching and research opportunities through DAAD and hear tips on preparing your application to DAAD.

The Halle Institute for Global Research will also announce two new collaborative research opportunities for Emory faculty to partner with researchers from Germany. The Halle Institute’s Collaborative Research Grants support its goal to foster international research across all disciplines. Collaborative Research Grants are open to regular, continuing, full-time faculty from any school or discipline. 

Collaborative Research Grant with University of Bonn

The Halle Institute is launching a new partnership with the University of Bonn, one of only eleven Universities of Excellence in Germany. The University of Bonn’s comprehensive research profile provides broad collaborative research opportunities for Emory faculty. 

Collaborative Research Grant with the Halle Foundation

Building on a long history of mutual commitment to connections between Germany and the United States, this grant provides opportunities for Emory faculty to partner with researchers from any German institution in any discipline. 

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