Internal AU Travel Support
Faculty typically combine indirect cost recovery or overhead (ICRE) monies with departmental funds and their own extramural funds to support travel to international meetings.
International Undergraduate Study Abroad Program Development Grants is a new initiative in the College of Agriculture. Proposals are for travel in support of prospective programs initiated in summer or fall. Two faculty were awarded 2013 program development grants for Costa Rica and Angers, France.
Qualifying Auburn University faculty may seek partial support for participation in international meetings from the Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station Discretionary Grant Program.
International teaching projects might seek support through a Breeden Faculty Endowment Grant. The latter source may support initial trips to establish study abroad arrangements. Other sources managed by the Office of the Provost also might be available for faculty and student travel.
The Office of Global Programs can offer some limited financial assistance upon request. Contact Henry Fadamiro for additional information.
Research, teaching and outreach activities in less developed countries may be partially underwritten by funds awarded under the York International Scholars Program.
Undergraduate study abroad in the College of Agriculture can be supported by the Stallworth AU International Program and several other donor funds. See the Student Support Program page for this information.
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The Tankersley Endowment supports projects associated with the International Center for Aquaculture and Aquatic Environments.
The Calvin Jones Endowment in the Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology provides international travel support for Entomology faculty and graduate students.