The Center for Intercultural Learning, Mentorship, Assessment and Research (CILMAR) invests in researchers who are designing, undertaking and analyzing information from investigations, experiments and trials having to do with the incorporation of intercultural learning into both the curricular and the co-curricular realm. CILMAR's investment in ICL research is apparent through the support it provides; examples include:

The Seed Grant program offers grants of $500-$5000 to selected faculty and staff. The selection, which begins in February and culminates in April, is competitive and has a series of publication requirements for those who are chosen.

CILMAR offers a weekly writing group for those seeking writing support.

The Research Repository within the Intercultural Learning Hub (HubICL) contains a collection of open-access publications on a variety of intercultural learning, teaching, and assessment issues. These publications include white papers, adapted conference presentations, and research studies. All submissions to the repository are curated, and acceptance is not guaranteed. 

Updated March 8, 2023