Study Abroad/Study Away Proposals for 2018-2019 due April 1

Proposals for study abroad and study away programs set to run in fall 2018, spring 2019 and summer 2019 are due to the study abroad committee no later than Apr. 1, 2018.

Faculty and staff interested in submitting proposals for a study abroad or a study away programs can find all necessary information on the Study Abroad page.

Completed proposals include the completed proposal form, contact hours form, budget form, a course syllabus for each course associated with the program and an itinerary. Please remember that both new and reccurring programs need to be submitted in this format.

Please also note that study abroad proposals are for credit-bearing and clinical experiences outside of the United States, while study away proposals are for credit-bearing experiences within the U.S.

Conversations about these proposals should begin in your department, as they will require signatures from your department chair, appropriate committees and your dean’s office before coming to the study abroad committee. The Study Abroad office is available should you have additional questions.

For those interested in teaching on the European Council Programs (Paris, London, Waterford, St. Petersburg, Madrid, Scotland or Berlin), those applications can be found on the European Council website.

For consideration to teach on a 2018-2019 program, these completed applications are due to the European Council on March 23. 2018. These applications also require signatures from your department chair, dean as well as the vice president of Faculty and Academic Affairs.

Contact Maria Darley, director of Study Abroad, for more information about study abroad or study away programs or proposals.

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