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Funding

SAP supports research and teaching about South Asia
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Student Funding Opportunities

SAP's funding resources include Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowships for the study of South Asian languages. The application form for these grants is available through the Einaudi Center.

Other student funding opportunities include:

Faculty Funding Opportunities

  • Faculty International Learning Grant

    International Learning Grants are available to SAP faculty members in all colleges and departments. These grants provide up to $2,000 to underwrite travel to South Asia to engage in a study abroad or overseas engaged learning program. This funding helps to sustain current involvement with international learning and encourage new faculty to participate.

  •  Faculty Research and Curriculum Development Grants

    Three types of grants are available to SAP faculty members in all colleges and departments. These grants provide up to $2,000 to support faculty participation in international learning. Applicants must indicate which type of grant is being sought.

    1. Seed Grants - to leverage external funding for larger research projects

    2. Research Grants - to support faculty publications requiring overseas research

    3. Curriculum Development Grants - to internationalize the Cornell curriculum 

 

South Asia Program Co-sponsorship of Campus Activities

SAP provides co-sponsorship funding to student organizations and Cornell departments planning academic events that support SAP’s mission of promoting knowledge and awareness of South Asia. SAP does not co-sponsor events that are primarily political or social activities. Please send requests to the SAP Program Manager at: sap@einaudi.cornell.edu.