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Laura Marshall shows pictures of the local children to them. They are so happy and excited to see themselves and interact with her. The photo was captured during a study abroad program to Tanzania.

Call for proposals for Study Abroad and Study Away

The Office of Study Abroad is accepting proposals for study abroad and study away programs to run in Fall 2020, Spring 2021 and Summer 2021.

Completed proposals include the proposal form, contact hours, budget, a syllabus for each course within the program and an itinerary. New and reoccurring programs need to be submitted in this format.

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 United States.

Conversations about these proposals should start in your department, as they will require signatures from your chair, appropriate committees and the deanโ€™s office before coming to the study abroad committee, but the Study Abroad office is available to help with additional questions.

The USG Goes Global Programs (Paris, London, Waterford, St. Petersburg, Madrid, Scotland, Portugal, Germany, China or Vietnam) applications will become available in March. 

These completed applications are due to the USG by April 16 for consideration to teach on a 2021 program. These applications also require signatures from your department chair, dean and the vice president for Instruction and Innovation.    

For more information about the proposal process or these programs, contact Maria Darley, director of Study Abroad.

Learn more about the Office of Study Abroad.

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