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Learn how to add global content to your courses!
Apply for a Fellowship to Become a GLOBALtimore Teaching Fellow!
The Center for Global Education Initiatives has engaged the services of DR. DAWN WHITEHEAD of the American Association of Colleges & Universities to give two workshops on internationalizing existing courses or developing new courses with global themes. This can include a new module or a whole new course!
Thursday, March 14 Noon-2pm, Room 351, SMC Campus Center
“Introductory Concepts and Examples of Curricular Globalization at the Graduate Level”
Click HERE to watch part 1 of workshop #1
Click HERE to watch part 2 of workshop #1
Wednesday, April 3 12-3, Room 311, SMC Campus Center
“Curricular Internationalization in Practice: UMB Examples and Workshopping Ideas”
Open to all UMB faculty. Register here. The workshop will also be available to watch on this webpage after the event.
Fellowship Opportunity – GLOBALtimore Teaching Fellowships
All UMB faculty are eligible to take their interest in curricular internationalization to the next level by applying to become a GLOBALtimore Teaching Fellow. The program consists of workshops, support stipends, and membership in a learning community of faculty from across UMB’s professional and graduate schools to learn about global education and how to integrate global concepts into new or existing courses. The seven selected Fellows will be awarded a stipend of $2,000. For more information, click on GLOBALtimore fellow program for details.
The GLOBALtimore Teaching Fellows funds ($2000 per fellow) will be deposited into the fellows’ school’s revolving fund, and the faculty then work with their finance folks on distribution, according to UMB and school guidelines. The funds CAN be used to buy faculty time, for supplies, workshop attendance, GRAs, or any other expense related to curriculum internationalization that the school finance office approves.
Applications open on April 1 and will be available HERE.
**Preference given to applications who attend (virtually or in-person) one or both of the workshops.**
Applications due: April 19
Announcement made: May 1
Award period: July 1, 2019 - June 30, 2020