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

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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 gatton.uky.edu/bbts.

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