Study Abroad 102: Design and Implement a Faculty-Led Program
In this advanced session, participants will learn about developing the study abroad proposal, including revisions to the course syllabus. Participants will also begin working on the budget piece of the proposal. Participants will also become familiar with recruitment strategies. Successful participants will have already completed Study Abroad 101 and will have a specific destination and course(s) identified in order to craft their proposals. This is a hands-on workshop, so a laptop is recommended. Registration is required.
The Study Abroad program offers $100 stipends for tenure- and non-tenure track faculty who complete both workshops in this series. Contact the Office of International Studies and Programs for details.