This program is suspended until further notice.
The purpose of the O’Leary international travel grant program is to encourage wide participation among Arts and Sciences faculty in activities that increase international engagement. To this end, O’Leary grants provide financial support for faculty who travel abroad to participate in scholarly activity and/or professional development. The grant program supports the faculty’s educational aptitude and professional development and raises Le Moyne’s profile internationally.
The program is administered by the Office of the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and funded by a gift from the estate of Dr. Harriet L. O’Leary, former professor of Foreign Languages and Literatures. The program’s guidelines will be reviewed periodically and revised as appropriate. Questions about this program should be directed to Dr. Dixie Blackley, Associate Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences (email@example.com).
Grants are awarded to help defray the costs of traveling abroad for academic purposes. These academic purposes include: scholarship (conference participation and/or attendance); research or creative arts projects (in progress and/or in a new area); and teaching (professional development, workshops, seminars, conference participation and/or attendance).
Any faculty member within the College of Arts and Sciences who is tenured, on a tenure track, a professor of practice, or administrative faculty is eligible to apply for a grant under this program. Applications of faculty members on or due for sabbatical leave are considered in the same way as those of other applicants.
The review committee will consider applications twice per cycle, in March (first round) and October (second round). Eligible applicants may submit one application per round and receive only one award per cycle. The review committee includes the Dean and/or Associate Dean and one member from each of the four disciplinary areas: humanities, natural sciences, social sciences, and visual and performing arts. No member of the review committee will have an application in the pool under consideration. A full application consists of a completed application form together with all supporting material requested on the form.
- Call for applications is distributed (via email) early in the fall and spring semesters
- Applications are due about 8 weeks after classes begin
- Notifications are distributed (via email) within 4 weeks of the application due date