In Fall 2012, the Office of International Programs introduced its Faculty Forum: Opportunities Abroad series. These events help faculty and staff navigate the international opportunities available for them and their students. With such topics like internal and external funding sources, leading effective study abroad programs, and introduction to global classrooms, these events utilize real faculty experiences to promote international partnerships. For more information on Faculty Forums, or to be added to our list serv, please contact Adam Zahn, email@example.com
Opportunities Abroad: Leading Effective Study Abroad Programs
Date: May 16, 2013
This seminar in Faculty Forum series will:
Provide an overview of ins and outs of running a faculty-led in international experience.
Train faculty to anticipate and effectively address a variety of international scenarios.
Include recommendations from faculty experienced in leading international experiences...Presentation Material.
Opportunities Abroad: Introduction To Global Classrooms
Date: May 9, 2013
This seminar in the Faculty Forum series will provide an indepth look on how to run a Global Classroom using an already successful partnership
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Opportunities Abroad: The Nuts & Bolts of Funding for Global Initiatives
Date: March 14, 2013
This seminar in the Faculty Forum series will explore internal and external funding for international research and collaboration.
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Opportunities Abroad: Israel & Turkey
Date: January 17, 2013
This seminar in the Faculty Forum series will provide a focus on the following key ascepts1)Existing engagement/partnerships with Israel and Turkey
2)Past Study Abroad Successes
3)Moving forward: Building on partnerships and increasing student and faculty mobility.Presentation Material.
Opportunities Abroad: Spotlight on China
Date: October 12, 2012
This seminar in the Faculty Forum series will provide a spotlight on China.More than 900 Chinese students on campus – almost equals 50% of international students. President Fry and Provost Greenberg have made global engagement and particularly engagement with China a priority in the 2012- 2017 Drexel Strategic Plan.Presentation Material.
Faculty Forums: Opportunities Abroad
Date: October 3, 2012
Our first International program gave an overview of the existing internal partnerships and introduced the OIP Team.Drexel will partner with a series of distinguished universities and research institutes in countries including China, Israel and Turkey with a long-term plans to include India and Brazil, the United Kingdom and, select countries in Africa. Presentation Material.