Short-Term Faculty-Led Programs
Programs are typically 2-3 weeks in length, taught with the full support of a local partner abroad; Faculty are paid according to their contracted rate at PSU. Over 50% of study abroad students at PSU choose these types of programs due to their affordable nature and short timeframe.
Virtual Education Abroad
Create or enhance a course with dynamic and engaging virtual content from abroad!
These courses cost the same as PSU tuition & fees and do not require travel, so they are an ideal way to offer cross-cultural learning for students who cannot go abroad for financial, personal, or other reasons.
Fulbright for Faculty & Scholars
The Fulbright Scholar Program offers nearly 500 teaching, research, or combination teaching/research awards in over 125 countries. Opportunities are available for university faculty and administrators to apply for fully funded single or multi-country grants.
Visiting Professorships with USAC
Teach students on an established study abroad program for a summer or semester. These are paid teaching positions that offer faculty a structured, supported opportunity to live abroad and instruct students from across the US at different sites around the world.
Faculty Voices from Abroad
Professor George Rede led a group of PSU students to England in 2018 & 2019. Having never been to London before, it was as much fun for him to explore the city as it was for his students. His Communication course, Media Literacy in London was facilitated by our partner CAPA Study Abroad, who helped to manage all the logistics and to set up activities like a tour of the Houses of Parliament, a visit to the Museum of Brands, and a visit to the BBC.
His Media Literacy program was such a success he is hoping to lead a new group of students to Berlin in 2021, this time with a focus on Sports, Culture, and the Media.
Symposium on International Faculty-Led Programs
This annual event, hosted by Education Abroad, brings together faculty, administrators, and providers to explore new ideas in the field of international short-term faculty-led programs. PSU faculty and staff can attend each year for free. In 2021 it will be a virtual event with interactive discussions, lectures, panels, and workshops. If you're interested in proposing a session please contact us at symposiumIFLP@pdx.edu.
The next Symposium is scheduled for Friday, April 9th.