The Vanderbilt International Office facilitates individual and institutional connections between Vanderbilt faculty, researchers, staff, students, alumni and the world. VIO supports the development of strategic international programs and partnerships and promotes global engagement at all levels of the university.
J-1 Visa Workshop: training on J-1 visas for research scholars/professors and short-term scholars will be held Wednesday, June 26, from 9:00 AM-11:30 AM. For more information, please visit the event page here
Courtney J. Campbell, graduate student in History, and
Marshall Eakin, professor of history, have been granted a British Library Endangered Archives Grant for the project "Digitising endangered seventeenth to nineteenth century secular and ecclesiastical sources in São João do Carirí e João Pessoa, Paraíba, Brazil". Similarly, Jane Landers, professor of history, also received funding for her proposal, "Digitising the documentary patrimony of Colombia's Caribbean coast: the ecclesiastical documents of the Department of Córdoba"
- Funded summer international research opportunity in Buenos Aires, Argentina open to graduate-level students and residents of the School of Medicine. Apply here.
- Calls for proposals for international strategic collaboration with Utrecht University are now available here
- Owen professor Dr. Bruce Barry shares lessons in staying motivated on long-term projects with the University of Melbourne in an Up Close interview.
- Vanderbilt faculty and students visit Melbourne to join Melbourne's Interdisciplinary leadership doctoral program.
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