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Summer International Programs (SIP)

Interested in teaching a SIP class abroad or curious to learn more? Contact Elizabeth Davis at edavis@berry.edu for more information. Tenured, tenure-track, or continuing lecturer faculty are eligible to apply. 

To submit a SIP proposal, please follow this link to the application in Berry Abroad.

SIP Development grants

Deadline: first Monday of classes of the Spring semester - extended to Jan. 21, 2022
See application form for grant details and eligibility.

Grants of up to $3000 to develop a new Summer International Program (SIP): see application and budget

Travel/Insurance Abroad

Traveling abroad? Be sure to complete your travel registration!

Travel registrations can be completed on Berry Abroad.

Insurance - When traveling internationally, faculty and staff are required to have health and evacuation coverage. If you need to purchase iNext insurance through the International Experiences office, please send an e-mail with your birthdate and travel dates to Calli O’Neal at coneal@berry.edu.

Current coverage rates through iNext are:

$1.50 daily for ages 13-59

$4.74 daily for ages 60+

$10.50 per month for Political and Natural Disaster Evacuation Coverage


The policy will be reserved for you, charged to your account at Berry, and you will receive an e-mail from iNext outlining your coverage (please check your spam folder, as we have had reports of this e-mail being marked as spam).

Other opportunities for faculty

Faculty development opportunities 
CIEE International Faculty Development Seminars

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)
Contact Faculty Research and Sponsored Programs for additional opportunities, ext. 6988.

Study Abroad Information

If your advisee is planning to study abroad and you have questions, please reach out to International Experiences for more information. If you have a student planning a Directed Study or internship outside of the United States, please direct them to the 
IE procedures.


If you would like International Experiences to present to your classroom, we are happy to visit at any time. We can come do a quick 10-15 minute presentation about study abroad or we can arrange longer (30-50 minute) presentations with returned students speaking about their experience.

Interested in presenting on your own international experience? Contact the Director of International Experiences to set a date, time, and location.

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