Skip Navigation
 
The Catalyst

Center for Global Health announces global travel and trainee grants

by Kevin Wiley
MUSC Center for Global Health

MUSC Center for Global Health has announced funding opportunities of up to $2,000 for global travel to conduct research or training projects in low or middle–income countries.

This news comes as students begin preparing for spring courses and budget time and money for professional development opportunities. The center’s goal in releasing this request–for–applications for Trainee Global Health Travel Grants is to foster and support skill development through research and training programs abroad.

All grant proposals must be submitted by Feb. 12 at 5 p.m. For information, visit http://globalhealth.musc.edu/trainee–global–health–travel–grant.

In addition to the Global Health Trainee Grants, the center is offering Global Health Travel Grants to Support Faculty Mentors Leading Students abroad.

Awardees will receive up to $2,000. Proposals are limited to MUSC faculty leading student groups to international settings for education, research or service learning programs.

The goals of these awards is to assist faculty in providing mentorship to student groups participating in global health research or training projects in low-or middle-income countries.

Proposals for the faculty mentor grants are due no later than Feb. 12. For information about global health programs, visit http://globalhealth.musc.edu/programs.

January 16, 2014
 
 
 

© 2013  Medical University of South Carolina | Disclaimer