Help us select the 2nd Campus Global Theme!
The Campus Global Theme program identifies a topic linked to one or more of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and engages the entire UC Davis community in related discussion, learning, discovery, and action. The inaugural Campus Global Theme Food for Thought: Feeding Ourselves, Feeding the Planet, will come to an end during Spring Quarter 2021, and we are looking for your input to help select the second theme, which will run from Fall 2021 through Spring 2023. After the theme selection we will put out a call for proposals for workshops, field trips, lectures, film or book discussions, and other ways to invite participants to engage the theme.
Submissions are due by December 4, 2020. Please visit the Global Affairs webpage to learn more.
Seed Grants for International Activities
Global Affairs announces the 2020-21 call for proposals for its Seed Grants for International Activities program. As part of a tier-one global research institution, we foster the creation of innovative new programs with a global focus that advance knowledge, enrich student learning, and help solve society’s most pressing problems. We encourage faculty of all ranks and from across the university to submit proposals.
Global Affairs encourages applications for proposals that:
- Foster international research collaborations;
- Create innovations in internationalizing the curriculum and support the philosophy of “Global Education for All”; and
- Build new interdisciplinary, international partnerships.
Proposals are due by December 7, 2020.
Grants for Advancing Sustainable Development Goals
Global Affairs, the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, and the Office of Sustainability are pleased to announce the call for grants to promote multidisciplinary collaborations focused on one or more of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The Grants for Advancing Sustainable Development Goals facilitate faculty work on the economic, social, and environmental issues that are critical to humankind at the local, regional, national, and international levels. These challenges are complex and interlinked, and to address them requires multi-disciplinary, transdisciplinary, multi-stakeholder collaborations. UC Davis is committed to contributing to the achievement of these goals through research, teaching, and service.
Proposals are due by January 11, 2021.