Support, funding offered to faculty, staff creating international programs

Norman Coates and student at fountain on study abroad tripEach year UNCSA sends students to different international locations to gain a global perspective on their art, classroom concepts, and career trajectory through master classes, workshops, performances, alumni interviews, service learning, and intercultural exchange. Experiences such as these help shape our students into citizens ready for the global society post-graduation.

Looking to take your classroom out into the world? We are here to help! Study Abroad, through the Division of Student Affairs, offers support and funding for faculty and staff looking to develop an international program for UNCSA students. If you have considered creating an international class or program and didn't quite know where to start, we are here to assist you in that process. The International Study Coordinator can provide one on one support, resources and program development guides to assist you in developing a unique international learning opportunity.

More information concerning UNCSA Study Abroad and the Thomas S. Kenan Faculty Development Grant for International Programs can be found online or by contacting Erin Miller at

Creating international programs

Contact: Erin Miller

Nov. 28, 2017

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