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Using faculty development to advance study abroad integration

How and why are faculty responsible for study abroad learning outcomes?

How can faculty recognize study abroad as critical to their own work and the learning that takes place on campus? How can they help students understand the relevance of study abroad to the subject matter they study on campus?

What do faculty need to know to be effective advocates and practitioners of study abroad integration?

What kinds of faculty development will advance study abroad integration most effectively? What kinds of faculty development activities are effective and appropriate for faculty in both fields that are traditionally associated with study abroad (modern languages, area studies, international studies) and those that are not (sciences, philosophy, etc)?

How can we support faculty development activities around study abroad integration despite financial limitations? How can external resources support these activities?




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