Biomedical engineering research partnership in Liberia

Faculty ideas, research and expertise help make Duke a global university. We hope the resources below will be useful in finding support for your international projects.

Funding sources for Duke faculty:

Duke-exeter collaboration grants 2019-20

The Office of Global Affairs is collaborating with Exeter University to support teaching, research, exchange of faculty and students, and staff development. Review the proposed guidelines.

Global Engagement Funds

The Office of Global Affairs also provides funds to support new and innovative programs and activities that support Duke’s global vision. These activities include research collaborations and international events. Review the proposal guidelines.

Von der Heyden Fellows Program

This fellowship brings prominent international leaders in business, government, public life, academics and law to Duke’s campus. If you would like to nominate someone to serve as a Von der Heyden fellow, contact Eve Duffy.

Additional Funding

You can search Duke’s research funding database for more opportunities. An advanced search will let you choose “international opportunities” under “discipline.”

If your area of interest is specific to a particular world region, visit the international and area studies centers and initiatives to see if they are currently accepting proposals.