MIT- Israel Zuckerman STEM Fund for Faculty Collaboration
2020-2021 Call for Proposals
MIT International Science and Technology Initiatives (MISTI) is pleased to announce that the 2020-2021 cycle of the MISTI Global Seed Funds (GSF) is now open.
The MISTI Global Seed Fund (GSF) grant program promotes and supports early-stage collaborations between MIT faculty and researchers and their counterparts around the globe. GSF grants enable participating teams to spend time together, either at MIT or abroad, with the aim of developing and launching joint research projects. Faculty are encouraged to include undergraduate and graduate students in their projects as participating members of the collaborating team. Funding may be used to cover travel, meeting and workshop costs to facilitate international projects and collaboration.
MISTI Global Seed Funds includes a general fund and designated funds for projects in over 15 countries and regions including the MIT- Israel Zuckerman STEM Fund for faculty collaboration.
MIT- Israel Zuckerman STEM Fund: open to MIT faculty from all disciplines to collaborate with Israeli faculty at one of the following Institutions: Bar-Ilan University; Ben-Gurion University of the Negev; Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Technion – Israel Institute of Technology; Tel Aviv University; University of Haifa; and the Weizmann Institute of Science. MIT PhD students must be included in the proposal.
All funds adhere to the MISTI GSF guidelines.
The application deadline is Monday, December 14th, 2020.
Apply here: https://misti.mit.edu/israel-seed-funds
For more information: MISTI GSF Overview
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“In an effort to strengthen the Zuckerman STEM Leadership Program, we have chosen to support MIT, a leading U.S. STEM university, to accelerate the cycle of academic exchange with Israeli universities. Providing opportunities to share innovative ideas and collaborate on ground-breaking projects between academic institutions in the U.S. and Israel is the essence of the Zuckerman Institute.”
– Eric J. Gertler I Trustee, Zuckerman Institute
“MIT was founded to accelerate the nation’s industrial revolution, making it profoundly American. But at the same time, its mission statement notes that “MIT is profoundly global…a magnet for talent from around the world.” So MIT and particularly, MISTI, MIT’s pioneering international education program, are a great match for the Zuckerman STEM Leadership Program. We are happy that you have chosen to walk side-by-side with us in our joint commitment to make a better world.”
– James S. Gertler I Trustee, Zuckerman Institute