Which Faculty Members Tend to Do Best on Faculty-Led Study Abroad Programs?
(arranged in no particular order)
Those with (the)
- Ability to collaborate with other faculty in order to place student needs in the central position.
- Adaptability in regard to physical conditions, technology connections, emotional atmospheres, food offerings.
- Ability to remain positive in the midst of stressful situations and to model problem-solving responses for dilemmas that occur.
- Ability to respond with needed program proposal materials in a timely manner.
- Experience teaching, supervising, or designing experiential learning opportunities including internships and research opportunities, for example.
- Experience teaching Core Curriculum courses or teaching in TAMU-CC Learning Communities or First-Year Programs.
- A background of studying abroad, working abroad, or living abroad.
- Any experience taking groups or groups of students for travel abroad or in the US, such as educational field trips.
- Success with teaching undergraduates.
- Student-centered developmental education experiences such as mentoring, advising, counseling, tutoring.
- Experience camping, hiking, or any outdoor physical activities solo or in a group.
For any further questions, contact
Dr. Mary Beth L. Davis
Head, Study Abroad Office