International scholarship and research are inclusive of both on- and off-campus opportunities. Funding exists within Rutgers and through national and international services. Certification programs and trainings are also available through the SEBS Office of International Programs and Rutgers Global.
Global Ally Program
The Global Ally Certificate Program is an educational training program open to all full time Rutgers faculty and staff. This free, non-credit program is a collaboration between Rutgers Global, University Human Resources, and several other units. Presented by subject matter experts, the program is designed to share best practices and resources to ensure that employees responsible for providing services to the international community or assisting with international activities develop essential competencies. All courses in the program are three to four hours long.
Faculty and staff who wish to earn a Global Ally Certificate must complete all four foundation courses and two elective courses. To register, visit the UHR course registration system and search for program code “RGA000.” You must take all four foundation courses and two elective courses to earn the certificate; see below for links to register for individual courses.
For more information, please visit the Rutgers Global Website.
Rutgers Global Grants
The Rutgers Global Office provides financial support to faculty, researchers, post-docs, and graduate students in the form of the Rutgers Global Grant Program. These grants are designed to support efforts in internationalizing teaching and research across Rutgers University. For more information, please review the information on the Rutgers Global Site. Team members from the SEBS Office of International Programs are happy to assist as needed.
The Fulbright Scholars program supports faculty and researcher mobility with government sponsorship through the Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. In collaboration with binational partnerships, U.S. and foreign participants are encouraged to explore a wide variety of academic interests including science, business, academe, public service, government, and the arts. The program is designed to increase mutual understanding and respect of cultural nuance across the United States and other countries. The program is administered by the Council for International Exchange of visitors, a division of the Institute of International Education.
Rutgers has had a successful history of sending and receiving faculty and staff on Fulbright Scholar programs. For a full list of past recipients and more information on participating in the Fulbright program, please visit Rutgers Global Programs and Opportunities.