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International Teaching Opportunities for Faculty

Partnering with GEO Study Abroad provides faculty from Northwest partner institutions a unique opportunity to teach at select GEO sites. Northwest faculty teach two courses during a term and work in collaboration with GEO’s onsite administrative staff and local faculty. For additional information about each academic program, please refer to the specific program page of the website. More detailed information about the specific teaching opportunities will be announced through the study abroad offices on your campus. If you would like to receive an email once the call for proposals is announced please contact bethel@uoregon.edu

The most recent call for development grants of up to $3,000 is to support international travel for the purpose of developing new, faculty-led study abroad programs. Grants can help fund a visit to a single site or to multiple sites within one country or world region. Proposed activities may occur during the 2017 calendar year. Further information can be downloaded HERE. The deadline for these grants is November 1, 2016. 

If you have questions about faculty applications, please feel free to contact International Programs & Inititives:

Donna Anger, d.anger@alaska.edu; 907-474-6131
 


GEO Study Abroad offers teaching opportunities in the following locations:
  • Accra, Ghana
  • Angers, France
  • Athens, Greece
  • Dublin, Ireland
  • Fes, Morocco
  • London, United Kingdom
  • Oviedo, Spain
  • Rosario, Argentina
  • Segovia, Spain
  • Siena, Italy
  • Vienna, Austria
     

Past UAF Faculty Member Participants

Lillian Corti (English), Athens 2004, Macerata 2006
Alexandra Fitts (Foreign Languages and Literatures), Oviedo 2004, 2011 (read about their experience teaching abroad with AHA here)                     
Sarah Fowell (Geology and Geophysics), Macerata 2010
Eric Heyne (English), Athens 2010 ((read about their experience teaching abroad with AHA here)
Leonard Kamerling (English), London 2006
John Lehman (School of Management), Cologne 2005, 2007, 2010
Terry Reilly (English), London 2003, Athens 2008 
James Ruppert (English), Athens 2013
Eduardo Wilner (Philosophy and Biology and Wildlife), Valdivia 2004
Timothy Wilson (Foreign Languages and Literatures), Rosario 2012