Global Collaborative Networks
The Global Collaborative Network Grants (GCN) facilitate international scholarly networks that engage Princeton with centers of learning worldwide. Additionally, GCN grants build and sustain scholarly collaborations that can promote career development in an international context for Princeton scholars at all levels of seniority. The overall goal is to enhance Princeton-based scholars' efforts to design and participate in global networks by offering resources for the creation and expansion of international collaboration.
The GCN acknowledges the plurality of approaches to global network building; whole styles and foundations vary by discipline, topic and world region. No particular approach to global collaboration is advocated.
Proposals may come from individual faculty members or groups of faculty, but should have a Princeton faculty member as Principal Investigator. For more information on submitting a proposal, see links below.
2016 - 2017
2015 - 2016
- No awards were made in 2015-16 while the Council for International Teaching and Research and the Vice Provost for International Affairs conducted an evaluation of the Global Collaborative Network program.
2014 - 2015
2013 - 2014
2012 - 2013
2011 - 2012
- Coupling Hydrological Forecasts and Food Security in Sub-Saharan Africa and China (.pdf), Kelly Caylor, Justin Sheffield, and Eric Wood
- Cooperative Research Network in Analytic Philosophy (.pdf), Daniel Garber
2010 - 2011
- Migrant Youth and Children of Migrants in a Globalized World (.pdf), Marta Tienda, Alicia Adsera, and Sara McLanahan
- The Itinerant Languages of Photography: Images, Media and Archives in an International Context (.pdf), Eduardo Cadava and Gabriela Nouzeilles
2009 - 2019
- A Worldwide Investigation of Other Worlds (.pdf), Edwin Turner
- Five-University Research Collaboration on East Asia Security Cooperation (.pdf), John Ikenberry, Thomas Christensen, Aaron Friedberg and Anne-Marie Slaughter
- Princeton Kafka Network in collaboration with Humboldt University (Berlin) and Oxford University (.pdf), Stanley Corngold, Michael Jennings and Joseph Vogl
- State Building in the Developing World (.pdf), Miguel A. Centeno, Atul Kohli, and Deborah Yashar
- TRAM, Training, Research and Motion Network (.pdf), Igor Rodnianski, Andrei Okounkov and Anna Wienhard
- Twenty-First Century Infrastructure (.pdf), Mario Gandelsonas