Penn Global Research and Engagement Grants
***This form opens to new applicants on Monday, August 14th, 2023 through Monday, October 9th, 2023.***
Penn Global is delighted to issue our Fall 2023 Call for Proposals for our Research and Engagement Grant Program engaging all four of our Research and Engagement Funds, including the Global Engagement Fund, China Research and Engagement Fund, India Research and Engagement Fund, and Holman Africa Research and Engagement Fund.
We welcome expressions of interest for projects across any and all disciplines, fields of study, and countries/regions. In this year's Special Thematic Call, we additionally welcome ideas for projects that examine or relate to trust in political, social, economic, or cultural institutions and/or technologies, including artificial intelligence, in an international or global context.
In your application, you may optionally indicate under which of our four Research and Engagement Funds you'd like to be considered for funding, but it is not required to apply: if awarded, our grant management team will allocate approved funds for your project based on your country/countries or region(s) of focus.
Finalists will be contacted in December of their application year. Awards are expected to be announced in the spring of the following year with the goal of journaling funds for project launches in the summer following their application.
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2023 Annual Special Thematic Call
This year, in alignment with Penn Global's strategic goal to advocate for global engagement by rebuilding and strengthening global networks, Penn Global welcomes ideas for projects that examine or relate to trust in political, social, economic, or cultural institutions and/or technologies, including artificial intelligence, in an international or global context.
Expressions of interest are welcome but not required to engage the Special Thematic Call. Previous Special Thematic Call topics have included examining racism and/or racial justice in a global context; examining climate change and/or climate justice in a global context; and advancing of one or more of the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.