Faculty-led or customized program proposal for 2022 is open! University of Nicosia, Cyprus, will support faculty-led programs and assist with programs that otherwise might be unviable on a stand-alone basis for us.
IES Abroad Faculty Development Opportunities are designed to bring together U.S. faculty, international faculty, and local experts for an intellectual exchange of ideas. IES Abroad opportunities explore a wide range of academic topics and attract many experts.
- The IES Abroad Faculty-Led STEM Program Award will provide funding towards two outstanding, STEM-focused faculty-led programs―the winning institution will receive $15,000 and one runner up will receive $5,000.
- The IES Abroad Faculty-Led Language Program Award will provide $10,000 in funding towards one outstanding, Language-focused faculty-led program.
The Faculty Seminar is a forum for collegial dialogue and social interaction within and across the various DIS programs, and it focuses on the pedagogical identity and development of DIS.
Launched in 2014, the Community-Engaged Learning Course Operational Grant provides funds to faculty and staff whose projects or courses combine academic learning and community engagement opportunities for undergraduate students in Arts, Sciences and Engineering.
Business Expense and Travel Reimbursement Policy (BETR). Employees seeking reimbursement for business and travel expenses purchased using personal funds are required to comply with the Business Expense and Travel Reimbursement Policy (BETR).
Research at Rochester: Through texts and city ruins, Remus digs up history Anna Remus, Class of 2021
Student Highlights from Archaeology Field Program in Peru (2019) Deniz Cengiz, Class of 2021
Short-term Study Abroad: The Center for Education Abroad's Hidden Gem (2020) Emily Tworek, Class of 2020
Latin Epigraphy in Rome, Visit Italy over Spring Break (2018) Jackie Heinzelmann, Class of 2018
Want to discuss leading a group abroad? Contact Theodore Pagano, associate director