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					GRANTS & FUND-RAISING ISSUES
THEO SYPRIS
1. U.S. Department of Education Contact for Title VI-a: Christine Corey at (202) 502-7629 Contact for Title VI-b: Tanyelle Richardson at (202) 502-7626 2. Fulbright Program Contact for GPA: a) Lungching Chiao at (202) 502-7859 for SE Asia, S. Asia, Russia & E. Europe, Middle East. b) Michelle Guilfoil (202) 502-7625 for East Asia, Africa, Americas. Contact for Individual Faculty: Eliza Washington at (202) 502-7700 Contact for Seminars: Rosalie Gendimenico at (202) 502-7700 3. National & Regional Organizations/Associations/Centers American Council on International/Intercultural Education Contact: Linda Korbel at (847) 635-1764 Community Colleges for International Development Contact: John Halder at (319) 398-5653 Midwest Institute consortium for IIE Contact: Theo Sypris at (616) 372-5283 National Centers (i.e., Area Centers, FLAS, CIBERs) Kellogg Foundation and Ford Foundation are interested. Make sure that all projects and activities are faculty-driven. Develop a core team of a few but very interested faculty & mid-level administrators (6 to 10 individuals is enough). This group will do the Planning, Communication with others, and Design of projects or activities (be sensitive to their needs and interests). Curriculum-infusion is the best long-term strategy for two-year colleges (It can involve a significant number of faculty, is cost-effective, has lasting impact, is flexible and adequate for most introductory or intermediate level courses). Plan for self-funding activities (Internal allocation, fees, workshops, conferences, co-sponsor activities). Collaboration with universities.

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