The Center for Education Abroad is excited to announce the creation of our Faculty Workshop Series on Faculty-Led Programming! These webinars/workshops are offered during the academic year and designed to assist faculty as you work to develop, market, and ultimately lead a group of students abroad.
Workshop 1: How to propose and lead a faculty-led program
July 17, 2020 11:00-12:00pm (Sign-up link below)
This webinar is ideal for faculty members who have always thought about leading a group of students abroad. Also recommended for those who wish to submit a proposal for the 2020-2021 academic year.
Have you ever considered coordinating a course abroad but did not know how to begin? The Center for Education Abroad will be hosting a webinar for UR faculty interested in leading or organizing a program abroad. Faculty led programs are an innovative way to engage with your students, diversify your curriculum and contribute to the globalization efforts at the University of Rochester. From short-term summer to semester-long programs, these global experiences will be coordinated and supported by the Center for Education Abroad
Advance registration is required.
Friday, November 13, 11:00-12:00pm
- Recommended for those who are interested in proposing a program for 2021-2022 academic year
Workshop 2: Marketing your program and what to expect over the next 12-18 months
This workshop is ideal for faculty members whose programs have been accepted and are currently being marketed to students.
Workshop 3: Health and Safety Training for faculty who are leading a group of students abroad
The Office for Global Engagement offers international trip leader workshops for faculty and staff who will be leading travelers abroad on University-sponsored or supported programs and activities. This 1.5-hour workshop discusses:
Overall responsibilities of a Trip Leader
- Developing an itinerary that mitigates risk
- Registering travel with the University
- Complimentary University travel insurance
- Developing emergency plans, reporting incidents, and following University protocol