2023 Call for Proposals
To catalyze “5i” projects led by CALS faculty and staff. 5i partnerships and projects are ones that are international, interdisciplinary, inclusive, innovative, and integrated (includes at least two of research, education, and outreach). Proposed activities should ideally lead to the development or advancement of a funded or self-sustaining project.
The lead applicant must be CALS faculty (with tenure home in a CALS department) or academic staff. Other team members do not need to be in CALS and can include international partners, however funding will not be sent to international collaborators.
Please submit a one-page description of the proposed activity. The proposal should include the following categories:
- Project overview including how they are international, interdisciplinary, inclusive, innovative, integrated
- Project objectives
- Proposed activities
- Deliverables and intended outcomes
As appendices, please include:
- A one-page budget, not to exceed $10,000 along with a description of any expected leveraged support
- A one-page description of the team members including their role and expertise.
- A two-page CV or bio brief for the project lead
The entire document should be no more than five pages and submitted by the deadline as a single pdf document to email@example.com with a subject headline ‘Krishna Ella Global Innovation Award.”
Format should be single-spaced, 11-point or larger font, and standard 1-inch margins.
Timeline and Process:
Request for applications (RFA) will be issued in January with a submission deadline of March 24, 2023. The selection decision will be announced by April 14, 2023, with an expected start date of on/or after May 12, 2023. Funds will be available for 12 months from date of acceptance. Extensions will be permitted in the event of health or safety issues beyond our control. Expenses must be approved by CALS Global prior to activity. Unused funds will revert to CALS Global at grant completion.
The grant may be used to support the following activities. Priority will be given to work that may lead to ongoing collaboration through a grant, contract, or other funded/supported mechanism.
- Research/outreach/education project development or implementation in or with collaborators in another country
- Travel to an international partner institution to collaborate on project development or a grant proposal
- Hosting an international partner at UW/CALS to develop a project or proposal
A sub-committee of the CALS International Committee will review all applications and prepare a ranked list based on published criteria. The Director of CALS Global will make the final selection. For further information, please contact CALS Global Research and Partnerships Coordinator, Julia Frangul (firstname.lastname@example.org).