The Intersection of Teaching and All Things International: Quick Information, Snippets, and Tips

Friday, October 27, 2017

12:00 pm

Gatton 311

Sponsored by:
Teaching Excellence Team Faculty Brown Bag Teaching Series

Have you ever wanted to teach abroad, but wondered what it was like or didn’t know how to get started? Have you considered applying for a Fulbright? We would like to provide answers to these questions. We have brought together 7 campus experts and colleagues in one short review of campus resources and experiences.

Lunch Provided from Athenian Grill with desserts from around the world! (starting at 11:45 am) 

  • Introduction & Workshop Overview, Gail Hoyt, Professor of Economics
  • International Center & Fulbright Overview, Sue Roberts, Associate Provost of Internationalization
  • Fulbright Experience & Reviewer Insights, Josh Ederington, Gatton Endowed Professor of Economics & Fulbright Reviewer and Recipient
  • Study Abroad through Gatton, Thomas Teague, Gatton Academic Advisor & former Study Abroad Advisor
  • Faculty Led Programs, Tom Pope, Ernst & Young Associate Professor of Accountancy 
  • Faculty Led Programs, Jack Kirn, Management Lecturer
  • International Teaching Opportunities, Katheryn Bliss, Coordinator Office of China Initiatives
  • Gatton International & Wrap Up, Nancy Johnson, Associate Dean of International Affairs

This event is limited to Gatton College faculty members and graduate students only. Please RSVP by Wednesday, October 25, at

Friday, October 27, 2017
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Gatton 311
Faculty / Staff