Faculty & Staff Funding Opportunities

Faculty & Staff Funding for International Travel

**policies & procedures for faculty & staff international travel funding requests are currently in the "review and approval" stage of the revision process. Updates will be posted soon**

Applications for the 2018-2019 fiscal year are currently: RE-OPENED.  

Additional funds have become available for the current fiscal year, all applicants notified of an "application on-hold" status are being reviewed and new applications can be submitted. 

All travel for the 2018-2019 fiscal year must be completed and all reimbursement documentation received by the Controller's Office by June 07, 2019.  If your travel completes after May 31, please do not apply for funds from the current fiscal year. 

Up to $1,500 in funding for international travel may be given at the discretion of the Associate Vice Chancellor for International Education & Development. 

Request Form:  International Travel Funds for Faculty Guidelines and Request Form (PDF, 136KB) (Please save before completing)

  • NOTE: It is the traveler's responsibility to complete all necessary forms, obtain all signatures, and route these through OIED.  Travelers who fail to obtain the Travel Authorization AND mandatory Traveler's Insurance PRIOR to travel are subject to revocation of funding.  The University Travel Authorization can be found on the Controller's Office website.


International Scholarly Assignment Program

In keeping with its mission of internationalizing Appalachian State University, the Office of International Education and Development (OIED) sponsors international scholarly assignment programs to develop and/or strengthen faculty global competencies. 

These programs are intended to provide Appalachian faculty members with the knowledge needed to help them infuse global issues into the courses they teach and integrate study abroad into the curricula at Appalachian, while providing them with collaborative research and teaching opportunities abroad.  

Appalachian exchange faculty members also gather information and provide advice to OIED about the programs and courses available at host institutions, as well as student welfare issues. 

Request Form:  International Scholarly Assignment Program

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