Faculty Resources

The Global Center provides a list of resources for SOLES faculty members interested in learning more about their role in international education, creating a global study course proposal, Fulbright Scholar program, traveling tips, travel insurance information, and information on obtaining passports and visas.

Creating a Global Study Course

Faculty develop global study courses in consultation with their respective departments. The global study courses are developed as an entirely new course or as intent to offer a previously approved course. Applications are submitted to the department for approval prior to being submitted to the Global Center for review by the Global Faculty Committee.

 Course Application Deadlines

Complete packet to be submitted which includes departmental and budget approval

COURSE APPLICATION DEADLINE DATE

For following year Fall and Intersession Courses:
(Priority deadline for following year Spring and Summer Courses)

October 1
For following year Spring and Summer Courses:
(Priority deadline for following year Fall and Intersession Courses)
April 1

SOLES Global Faculty Grant Application

The purpose of the SOLES Global Faculty Grants program is to help SOLES internationalize the curriculum by promoting collaborative research and teaching on international themes and/or by exposing faculty to different cultures and languages. The committee will evaluate proposals on the strength of their connection to SOLES’ internationalization goals and to the perceived benefit towards increasing faculty members' research programs, teaching or language fluency.

[SOLES Global Faculty Grants Application Form]

Application Deadlines for Faculty Grant Applications - complete packets to be submitted which include department and budget approval where applicable

Faculty Grant Deadline

Date

For travel January 1 - June 30 of the following year

October 1

For travel July 1 - December 31

April 1

Travel Information

Registering International Travel

All USD faculty, staff and students who are traveling abroad on university business are required to register their trip details. This registration is important as it will help USD be able to reach you in the event of an emergency. The registration is done online through a link provided by the International Center.

The instructions for how to register can be found under the Travel Registration tab on the following link: http://www.sandiego.edu/international/resources/

Country Information

Passport and Visa Information

Safety, Health and Wellness Information

Fulbright Scholar Programs

U.S. Scholar Program

 U.S. Student Program

Teaching at International American Schools