Faculty Information

Short-Term Courses
Interested in teaching a course outside the US? Go to our Short-Term International Programs (SIP) page and contact David Slade at ext. 2229 for more information. Tenured, tenure-track, or continuing lecturer faculty are eligible to apply.

These faculty may also apply to teach on  European Council summer programs. The deadline to teach in summer 2017 is March 2016.  See Berry's policies for this program; teaching applications will be  available soon.

Institutional grants -  deadline: January 9, 2017   
See applications for eligible project dates. Applications coming soon!

Please note Berry does not ordinarily support travel of faculty, staff and students to countries under a  US Department of State travel warning.  Read the Berry College policy on travel to travel warning countries in the sidebar. If you have questions about the eligibility of a program based on its location, please contact the IP Director.

European Council Fellowship - when offered, this award allows faculty from EC member institutions to visit a program in the summer and requires the award recipient to teach on the program in one of the subsequent three years. IP will subsidize the Fellowship up to $1000.  Check back for application and deadline information.

Insurance Information
When traveling internationally, faculty and staff are required to have health and evacuation coverage. Please complete this insurance form in its entirety so that International Programs can order your insurance.

Other opportunities for faculty 
Taking a group abroad on a non-credit bearing program?  Click here for more information.

Faculty Exchange & Short-term Teaching
Faculty exchange opportunities have been arranged between Berry and Istituto Lorenzo de' Medici, University of Prince Edward Island, University of Dundee and Seoul Women's University. Other opportunities may be available. Contact the IPD for more information.

International Professor Exchange lists independent exchange opportunities.

Teaching on Semester at Sea's floating campus can be a professionally rewarding experience. Find out more at the SAS website.

Faculty development opportunities
CIEE International Faculty Development Seminars
Center for Global Education  

Research and other funding
International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX)
Institute for International Education (IIE)
Fulbright Scholar and Specialist programs (CIES)
German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)
American-Scandinavian Foundation
Contact  Faculty Research and Sponsored Programs for additional opportunities, ext. 6988.

Study Abroad Information
Procedures for students applying to study abroad are available. If your advisee is planning to study abroad, click here for more info. If you have a student planning a Directed Study or internship outside of the United States, please direct them to the IP procedures.

Interested in establishing a new semester or summer study abroad opportunity for students? Click here for guidelines.

Interested in presenting on your international experience? Contact the IPD to arrange it.