Funds may be used to pursue individual research projects domestically and internationally, or to attend/present research for a conference or workshop that explores topics in Islam and Muslim communities.
Funds may be used to support any event that promotes the understanding of global Islamic culture and Muslim societies worldwide, with preference for events that include an interdisciplinary, cross-cultural, or multi-confessional dimension.
The Islamic Studies Program (ISP) seeks applications from undergraduate students for grants up to $3,000 toward summer projects in the U.S. or abroad in the field of Islamic studies.
Deadline: March 15
Other Funding Resources
University of Michigan Travel Policy
Effective 9/1/11, all U-M students traveling abroad for University-related purposes (i.e., participating in study, research, work, or volunteer programs organized or supported by U-M departments/units or for which U-M in-residence credit is granted) are required to
- Register their travel in the U-M Travel Registry and
- Buy U-M’s Travel Abroad Health Insurance. Students may also buy this insurance for personal or leisure travel abroad.
For information about immunizations and other travel-related health matters, see Travel Health Services.