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Faculty can create abroad courses
The Department of Cultural and Global Engagement will host an informational workshop on Thursday May 14 in SC 116 at 1 p.m. for faculty interested in including a study abroad component with one of the courses they currently teach or they can create an entirely new course with a study abroad aspect. Director of International Service and Learning Erin Sabato will present the proposal process, budget development and educational benefits of the program.
Correction: In the print issue this week, this brief said that students could create the courses, but it has been confirmed that is not the case; only faculty can create or change the courses.