China Institute

  • With Guest Speaker, Jennifer An, LAPD Special Investigator

    With Guest Speaker, Jennifer An, LAPD Special Investigator

  • "2018 Happy Chinese New Year" World Tour from China

    "2018 Happy Chinese New Year" World Tour from China

  • China—Through the Lens of John Thomson

    China—Through the Lens of John Thomson

  • 2018 Chinese New Year’s Celebration Party

    2018 Chinese New Year’s Celebration Party

  • President Harrison with NUST scholars

    President Harrison with NUST scholars

  • CSUN alumni in China with CSUN Delegation in Shanghai

    CSUN alumni in China with CSUN Delegation in Shanghai

China Institute Faculty Development Grants

All CSUN faculty members are sincerely invited to apply for 2020 China Institute Faculty Development Grant, which provides the seed money for faculty members to start a project in their discipline that researches on some China-related issues or promotes long-term exchange and collaboration with some Chinese universities. Applicants should explain how this grant may stimulate larger and longer-range projects. There will be two or three grants of $1200 each, which can be used to support travel expenses for faculty’s visit to China to conduct their projects.

Applicants should submit a written proposal of no more than three double-spaced pages. It should cover the nature and purpose of their project, how they intend to carry it out, how it may help CSUN students or our collaborative relationship with Chinese institutions, and how the funds will be spent related to their travel to China. Additionally, a one page resume highlighting relevant experiences must be included. A word file containing the proposal and resume must be submitted to the director of China Institute, Dr. Weimin Sun, via e-mail: , by Feb 15, 2020. A China Institute Grant and Scholarship Review Committee will review all applications carefully and make recommendations. Decisions on awards will be announced by March 15, 2020. Grant recipients are required to provide written reports on their grant activities to the China Institute by June 30, 2021.

Faculty interested in further information regarding these grants may contact the director of China Institute by e-mailing Dr. Weimin Sun at .

 

Past Awardees

2018-2019


Each awardee will receive $1,200 for their travel expenses during their trip to China in 2018.

2017-2018


Each awardee will receive $1,200 for their travel expenses during their trip to China in 2017. 

2016-2017

Each awardee will receive $1,200 for their travel expenses during their trip to China in 2016.