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Education Abroad Academy

The Education Abroad (EA) Academy is a workshop series during the fall term to assist faculty in the development of a new faculty-led Education Abroad Program at UNG. CGE staff, in conjunction with experienced faculty program directors, will conduct the workshops. There will be four 50-minute workshops over the fall term. Faculty who successfully complete the EA Academy will receive up to $3,000 to conduct a site visit to assist them with finalizing a faculty-led education abroad program. Program participants commit to submitting a site visit report and a completed faculty-led program proposal by September 1, 2021.

Participants must have the support of their department head and dean for the development of the new program. If more than one faculty from the same department applies, CGE will consult with the department/dean on a final candidate.

Site visit funding is contingent upon state budget funding and COVID-19 travel restrictions; spaces are limited. All workshops will take place from noon to 12:50 p.m. and faculty can attend in person or virtually.

Workshops

Date Title Description
September 9, 2020 Program Development and Academic Framework

The session will provide an overview of UNG policies surrounding education abroad programming. The primary focus will be on education abroad program design and implementation. Program design: curriculum design and learning outcomes that maximize the location and local partnerships. Program implementation: assess program needs and look for partners who can provide quality services.

October 14, 2020 All Aboard the Recruitment Train! In this session, program directors and advisors will discuss recruitment strategies, social media tips, and ways to collaborate to maximize recruitment opportunities.
November 11, 2020 It is all a numbers game: how to budget without sacrificing academic goals.

This session will cover the budget model and financial policies governing education abroad programming at UNG. Faculty will learn how to maximize funding to achieve program academic goals.

December 2020 Putting it all together, site visit preparation. This final session will cover best practices for a successful site visit and program proposal tips. The session will be virtual and scheduled based on participant’s availability.

Faculty Application

Fill out the online application form.

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