Center for Global Engagement
Connecting you to the world!
Have you ever wanted to participate in a study abroad program, but are not looking to lead an entire program yourself? The opportunities below provide international teaching experience that are supported by other faculty and staff before you leave and while abroad.
Programs last four to five weeks in the following countries: England, Ireland, Spain, Germany, France, and Russia. Lectures are taught in 3-hour blocks on Mondays and Wednesdays, and field trips are required on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Fridays-Sundays are left open for longer excursions or independent travel. Faculty are expected to teach two three-hour courses, one of which is traditionally lower division and one upper division. Faculty may apply for any of the following positions; Faculty, Site Director, Program Director, and Fellowships. In order to research more information on these positions please go the the European Council website. The fellowship applications are due in January. Other applications are due in March.
The Asia Council is searching for USG faculty members to teach for the 2013 Summer Study Abroad in China program. The program dates are May 8, 2013-June 6, 2013, and it is hosted by Zhengzhou University in Henan Province. Faculty will be teaching two undergraduate courses at lower and/or upper divisions. This program's itinerary includes visits to Beijing, Xi'an, Dengfeng, Luoyang, and Shanghai. The deadline to apply is April 16, 2012.
Liaocheng is located in Liaocheng City, Shandong Province, which is a famous national historical and cultural city known as the “Water City North of the Yangtze River.” Liaocheng University was founded in 1974 as Shandong Teachers’ College, Liaocheng Branch. In order to begin the application process please complete and submit the application to the Center for Global Engagement. Deadline is November 1, 2012!