Fulton Schools of Engineering faculty are invited to join the Study Abroad Office at an upcoming information session to learn how you can become one of the pioneering faculty members for this new type of study abroad model.
ASU offers over 80 high quality faculty-directed summer programs abroad (including seven Fulton Schools faculty directed programs), globalizing and enhancing our undergraduate student experience. Previously, we have not had a framework to allow comparable programming during fall and spring semesters. In effort to further internationalize ASU’s curriculum and undergraduate experience and make ASU a national leader in study abroad, we want to encourage ASU faculty and their units to develop excellent and innovative semester programs for their majors. Importantly, semester programs allow students to utilize their financial aid and scholarship package, allowing a greater diversity of our students using financial aid to participate.
Faculty can work with ASU Study Abroad Office and Fulton Engineering staff to develop plans and proposals for A, B, or C session study abroad programs, or to propose any other models that make pedagogical/practical sense.
- Thursday, January 28, 2016, 3-4 p.m., Memorial Union (MU) 242B, Tempe campus [map]
- Monday, February 1, 2016, 3-4 p.m., Memorial Union (MU) 206, Tempe campus [map]
- Monday, February 8, 2016, 9:30-10:30 a.m., Peralta (PRLTA) 239, Polytechnic campus [map]
- Tuesday, February 9, 2016, 9-10 a.m., Memorial Union (MU) 206, Tempe campus [map]
Terms to be discussed as it relates to study abroad programming options:
- Spring 2017: session A, B, or C; spring break; end of term before summer
- Summer 2017: 2-8 weeks during the summer
- Fall 2017: session A, B, or C; end of term before the winter holidays
If you have any additional questions or one of these times does not work for your schedule, you may directly contact Adam Henry, director, Adam.Keith.Henry@asu.edu