GW-CIBER Internal Funding Opportunities
Request for Proposals (RFP)
Support under this open call is targeted at high-quality proposals for research, teaching and/or outreach activities relevant to GW-CIBER’s theme of Institutions, Policies, and Development in International Business and its focal areas. All full-time faculty and doctoral students from across all schools and units at GW are eligible to submit a proposal.
RFP Background Document
Contains information about our CIBER’s programmatic themes, activity areas, funding selection process, funding criteria guidelines and useful tips for applying.
RFP Application Form
This form must be submitted electronically to email@example.com or delivered/mailed to the GW-CIBER offices in Duquès Hall, Suite 450. In addition to the proposer, the form must be signed by the relevant Dean and Department Chairperson (in schools with departments) (see Form for details).
GW-CIBER Focal Area Descriptions & Activities
The document provides background information about our Center’s theme, focal areas, and evaluation criteria, as outlined in our grant proposal to the Department of Education.
GW-CIBER Previously Funded Projects
The document describes the projects funded in previous RFP cycles. The variety of proposals funded from around GW reflects GW-CIBER’s multidisciplinary, multi-school mandate.
Professional Development Funding
We are pleased to invite all GW faculty and doctoral students to submit funding requests to GW-CIBER for research and teaching enhancement.
Professional Development Funding Background Document
Contains brief information about our CIBER’s programmatic theme, focal areas, funding selection process, types of support and guidelines.
Professional Development Funding Application Form
This form must be submitted electronically via email (firstname.lastname@example.org), fax (202-994-7422), or mail to the GW-CIBER offices (Duquès Hall, Suite 450). Funding is limited and will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis.
Executive Summary – GW-CIBER Program of Work
Provides background information about our Center’s activity areas and evaluation criteria, as outlined in our original grant proposal to the Department of Education. Please consult this document prior to preparing your proposal to ensure that your request comports with our funding mandate.