Interested in Teaching a Course Abroad?
Have you thought about teaching a course abroad and /or connecting your course to an international experience? UNC’s Center for International Education is working to expand short-term, faculty-led programs for 2019. On Tuesday , April 10th we will be hosting a Faculty Forum for all faculty interested in leading a faculty-led study abroad for Spring break or Summer 2019.
Room location: Candelaria 1375.
Faculty-led Application Overview
At these forums, CIE will be offering a Study Abroad Faculty-Led Application Overview:
- Learn how to make your Faculty-Led a reality
- Meet with one of our approved provider programs that can assist you in planning and promoting your course abroad
- Learn about the Faculty-Led proposal process
- Learn about potential scholarships for your students
- Learn how Extended Campus can assist with creating a budget and building your course in Banner
On Tuesday, April 10th, we will be joined by a guest from American Institute for Foreign Study (AIFS), Michelle Walters. Michelle has been with AIFS since 2008. She works with Universities in the Pacific Northwest and Rocky Mountain States. Originally from Seattle, Michelle graduated with a B.A. in Communication from Washington State University and an M.A. in International and Human Rights Education at the University of San Francisco. She has worked around the country to promote diversity in education abroad, alumni/returnee programing, and faculty-led development. Michelle is currently serving as the NAFSA Region 1 Chair-Elect.
Here is a link to their Faculty-Led brochures: https://www.aifsabroad.com/advisors/partnerships.asp where you can learn more about their Customized Program Division. Faculty from the home institution teach their curriculum abroad (with optional use of local adjunct professors), and the institution maintains academic control over the program and retains tuition income.
The Center for International Education Study Abroad Office, provides various levels of support to assist UNC departments with faculty-led program development. We look forward to working with you soon.