The Salisbury University faculty are at
the heart of the University's internationalization efforts.
The SU Center for International
Education (SUCIE) is pleased to
provide the following resources to
help faculty as they build programs and initiatives. Any
questions that a faculty member might have about international
opportunities should be directed to the SUCIE at
ABROAD PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Open to faculty interested in spending a
period of time abroad with one of SU's strategic Salisbury
Abroad global partners teaching, lecturing, collaborating with
colleagues, developing joint research projects, or engaging in
other professional development
EXCHANGE VISITOR PROGRAM
Sponsoring SU faculty members and/or
academic departments can apply to the University to host an
Exchange Visitor Short-Term Scholar or Professor. Only
sponsoring SU faculty members and/or academic departments may
initiate the process to host an Exchange Visitor Short-Term
SHORT-TERM FACULTY-LED INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS
Open to faculty or staff
members who are seeking to create or expand an
international initiative at Salisbury University that
directly involves students.
handbook for faculty members who already are serving as
directors of short-term study abroad programs, and for those
who are interested in serving.
STUDY ABROAD ADVISING RESOURCES FOR FACULTY
INTERNATIONAL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR
International Faculty Development Seminars are
intensive educational experiences
designed to explore fascinations, challenge preconceptions,
and open eyes to global issues shaping the world today. Each
program features lectures, site visits, and discussions with
overseas academics and colleagues. Participants return to
campus poised to incorporate an international dimension into
administration, course design, research, and teaching.
This program provides grants to support overseas
projects in training, research, and curriculum
development in modern foreign languages and area
studies for teachers, students, and faculty engaged
in a common endeavor. Projects may include
short-term seminars, curriculum development, group
research or study, or advanced intensive language
The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) is a
publicly-funded independent organization of higher education
institutions in Germany. Our 14 international offices
provide information as well as financial support to over
50,000 highly-qualified students and faculty per year for
international research and study.
Faculty support ranges from funding for conferences
to language programs in Germany.
The East-West Center is an education and research
organization established by the U.S. Congress in 1960 to
strengthen relations and understanding among the peoples and
nations of Asia, the Pacific, and the United States. The
Center contributes to a peaceful, prosperous, and just Asia
Pacific community by serving as a vigorous hub for
cooperative research, education, and dialogue on critical
issues of common concern to the Asia Pacific region and the
United States. The Center offers a
variety of professional development opportunities for
faculty and professional staff in higher education.
1946, the Fulbright Program has awarded over 275,000 to
people around the world to "increase mutual understanding
between the people of the
people of other countries..."
NAFSA is the acronym for
the National Association of International Educators.
NAFSA serves the field of international
education—professionals in international education,
institutions of higher education, and international and U.S.
study abroad students—by providing a
number of grant opportunities.
Rotary Grants for University Teachers
provide funds to higher education faculty to travel abroad
to teach at colleges and universities in developing
countries. The program is intended to build international
understanding and foster development while strengthening
higher education in low-income countries.