International Workshop Series for Faculty & Staff

The Office of Study Abroad & International Travel is hosting a workshop series for employees of the University to learn more about international education.

Fall 2022 Workshop Dates & Times

Location: International Center Conference Room, Jouett 103

See information on topics below

RSVP by emailing  with the name of the session(s) you are interested in attending. If you or your department is interested in meeting with us but cannot make it to the workshop, feel free to ! We would be happy to set up a one-on-one or department-specific meeting.

September 8, 10-11: International Agreement & Partnership Development

September 21, 10-11: International Travel Procedures

September 23, 10-11: Teaching Abroad

September 26, 1-2: International Agreement & Partnership Development

September 28, 10-11: Study Abroad Information for Faculty & Advisors

October 6, 1-2: International Agreement & Partnership Development

October 12, 1-2: International Travel Procedures

October 19, 10-11: International Agreement & Partnership Development

October 19 1-2: Teaching Abroad

October 24, 1-2: Study Abroad Information for Faculty & Advisors

Workshop Topic Information & Target Audience

International Agreement & Partnership Development: Information on how to develop international partnerships with international institutions. Recommended for interested faculty and academic support staff in units.

International Travel Information: Information on UofL-affiliated international travel policy and procedures, including travel in a time of COVID. Recommended for department travel arrangers and employee travelers.

Teaching Abroad: Information on how to teach on pre-existing study abroad programs and how to design your own faculty-led study abroad program. Recommended for interested faculty, staff with teaching roles, and staff who would support faculty teaching abroad.

Study Abroad Information for Faculty & Advisors: General information on how study abroad works and how faculty and advisors can get involved to support students who would like to study abroad. Recommended for all interested faculty and any staff who regularly interact with students.