The Global Experiential Learning and Teaching (GELT) grant program provides funds for advanced undergraduate seminars that embed an international travel component. The travel may take place prior to, during, or at the end of the course, or may be offered as a destination course during Brown’s Wintersession.
The GELT program offers two forms of support:
● Phase I: Course Development -- Provides up to $4,000 to support the development of a new course with an embedded, short-term education abroad component. Recipients must apply for Phase II funding during the next cycle.
● Phase II: Course Implementation -- Provides up to $35,000 to support travel, accommodations, and related costs for one faculty member and up to 12 Brown students. Applicants may apply directly to Phase II if Phase I funding and development is not needed.
Faculty applications will be due in February 2018.
For more information on applying to the GELT program, please see the For Faculty page.