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IIUI-UNCW Partnership: A Collaborative Model for Enhanced Teaching, Research, and Community Engagment

Mini-Grants and Supported Projects

Dear Colleagues,

The IIUI-UNCW partnership grant team invites you to submit proposals for funding to support projects aligned with the IIUI-UNCW grant goals, which emphasize collaboration to enhance teaching, research, and community engagement at UNCW and IIUI. Funding is open to faculty from all departments as long as the proposals closely match the grant goals. The deadline for submitting your proposal is November 14th, 2016. Please review the attached application form and description of our supported projects program for more information.

We would also like to inform you that our third cohort of IIUI faculty will be in residence at UNCW for six months starting with January 2017. Additionally, UNCW will host six scholars, arriving on the 6th of November 2016, for a period of three weeks. These scholars come from IIUI’s English and International Relations departments. Please seek out opportunities to engage with them. We provide you with details of their teaching and research interests, so that you can establish the basis of your collaborative relationships. Furthermore, IIUI will be hosting an international conference in September 2017 as part of our grant. We invite you to consider participating in this event.

We look forward to learning about the projects you have in mind.


Sincerely,
Carrie Clements
IIUI faculty in residence for 3 weeks starting with November 6, 2016

Komal Shahzadi, Lecturer Department of English, IIUI
Specialization: Eastern Imagery in the poetry of Taufiq Rafat and Daud Kamal

Salma Kalim, Lecturer Department of English, IIUI
Specialization: Critical Discourse Analysis, New Media Discourse, Sociolinguistics

Farrukh Nadeem, ABD Department of English, IIUI
Specialization: Semiotics and Cultural studies; Literary and Critical/Cultural Theory; Modern Literature

Mahmood-ul-Hassan, Lecturer Department of English, IIUI
Specialization: Ideology/Discourse of Hegemony; Critique of Literary Studies of English in Pakistani Universities

Inamullah Jan, Lecturer Department of Politics and International Relations, IIUI
Specialization: the U.S. War on Terror

Nadia Awan, Lecturer Department of Politics and International Relations, IIUI
Specialization: Defense and Strategic Studies

Mini-Grant Application