Faculty Development and Grants
Grants are available for faculty wishing to develop and teach a short-term program. The funding sources for overseas program development and on-campus curriculum development are:
UMAIE faculty travel grants
Provides funds to develop a UMAIE January or Summer course. Awarded by the UMAIE Board of Directors. Deadline is the third week in March each year.
- Click here for application materials.
Sister Antonine O'Brien foreign study award
To promote faculty travel abroad associated with the development and teaching of Global Search for Justice courses. Deadline is February 1 each year. One award of $3000 is available.
Study Abroad Course Awards
To promote planning and travel abroad associated with developing and teaching a study abroad or off-campus course. At least three (3) awards will be funded. Grants between $3000 and $5000 will be awarded.
Deadline is February 1 each year. Application materials
Teach abroad in Merida, Mexico
Central College Abroad announces an exciting opportunity for St. Kate's faculty to teach on the Merida, Mexico, program. All classes are taught in English. Applications from any department on campus are welcomed.
The invitation includes very specific details of responsibilities as well as compensation. Visit the Central College Abroad website for details, or contact Catherine Spaeth in the Office of Global Studies.
The deadline to apply for fall 2016 is late April 2014.
This opportunity is available every two years. Consider applying for 2016.
Teach Abroad in Copenhagen, Denmark
The Denmark International Study (DiS) program invites faculty to apply to teach an upper division 3-credit course for one semester at DIS in Copenhagen. Proposed courses must complement the existing DIS curriculum and be adapted to take advantage of local/regional resources.
See more information and application materials on the DiS website, or contact Catherine Spaeth in Global Studies.