Short-Term Faculty-Led Programs
Short-Term Faculty-Led Programs are a key way for Augsburg students to gain international experience during their studies, and the Augsburg Abroad office encourages all Augsburg departments to plan their international offerings and individual faculty to consider leading a program.
Undergraduate Faculty-Led Programs
The Faculty-Led Program Selection Committee reviews faculty proposals for short-term faculty-led programs on an annual basis for the following academic year. The proposal deadline for programs taking place in the following academic year has been extended to: December 5.
Download the Proposal form here.
For more information, contact Andrea Dvorak, Assistant Director and Faculty-Led Program Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-330-1669.
Graduate Faculty-Led Programs
Graduate departments need not work directly with the Augsburg Abroad office to propose and lead programs, but they do need to inform the college of their international activities. If your department is offering international experiences in the next fiscal year (through May 31), please make sure they are registered by clicking on the links below:
You don’t need to complete a groups’ registration immediately – you can come back to it by logging in here
Curriculum Integration & Major Advising Sheets
Augsburg Abroad has a goal to internationalize Augsburg College by collaborating with academic departments to integrate existing study abroad programs into the curriculum. Many departments have collaborated with us to create Major Advising Sheets, which are a great resource for faculty and advisors to advise students interested in studying abroad. For more information or to download the current Major Advising Sheets, visit our Curriculum Integration page.
Would you like us to come into your class or visit your department to talk about study abroad at Augsburg? Please contact us at email@example.com or 612-330-1650 to schedule a visit.
Supported by the Hoversten Peace Endowment, this biennial travel seminar aims to develop a strong learning community among Augsburg faculty, staff, and students.
2012 Program: Healing from war: 20 years after the peace accords – El Salvador
June 1-9, 2012
July 31-August 10, 2010
This non-credit CGE seminar will allow Augsburg students, faculty, and staff to understand the connections between globalization and migration between Mexico and the United States. Participants will receive a generous grant from the Hoversten Peace Endowment.
Please watch this space for more information on the 2014 Hoversten program, or contact Andrea Dvorak at 612-330-1695 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Professional Associations & Conferences
Are you interested in presenting at an international education conference? These two professional organizations sponsor conferences, engage in research, and promote international education. Visit their websites for more information:
NAFSA: Association of International Educators
Forum on Education Abroad