2021 CIBER Summer Program Development and Research Awards

Call for Proposals

Since 2002, Temple CIBER (Center for International Business Education and Research), located within the Fox School of Business, has contributed to the advancement of U.S. economic competitiveness in the global marketplace through globally-focused programming, teaching and research. Temple CIBER is supported by a grant under Title VI of the U.S. Department of Education.

In addition to our annual competition for the 2021-2022 Academic Year, Temple CIBER is offering Research and Program Development Awards for the Summer of 2021.  Total funding available is $25,000. Monetary awards will range depending upon the scope of research and matching funds secured from within Temple University or external sources. Grant applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis with a final deadline of 11:59 PM ET on Wednesday, June 9th.

  1. Academic Research Grants: Open to Temple faculty, PhD and DBA students to develop a research project on an international business topic. The purpose is to enable researchers to integrate global business components in their work, drawing on comparative literature, cross-border collaboration and, where appropriate, international exposure.

Click here to access the application materials for the Academic Research grant category.

  1. Program Development Grants: Open to all Temple staff and faculty. In this category, we are seeking submissions that catalyze the development of new co-curricular programming that will enrich student learning experiences in the classroom or support professional development related to international business. Options include cross-cultural skill development, virtual immersion experiences, business language programming, enhancements to existing programs, creative models for international online learning (including for-credit internship programming) and other innovative topics. Grants can be awarded to individuals, programs and departments.

Click here to access the application materials for the Program Development grant category.