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Apply now for Summer 2017, Fall 2017, January 2018 and Spring 2018 Visiting Professorships


For more information about the Visiting Professor Program, contact Sabrina Harris at VisitingProfessors@usac.unr.edu.
Application Deadline: Tuesday, December 1st, 2015


Professors from University Studies Abroad Consortium (USAC) Affiliate Universities have the unique opportunity to support the USAC mission and internationalize their home universities by teaching abroad. Visiting Professors establish contacts with foreign colleagues, enhance their own foreign language acquisition, strengthen and support international education and study abroad on campus, diversify course curriculum, and develop international relationships for research and other purposes.



The mission of USAC is to provide students with the opportunity to develop the knowledge, skills, experiences, and attitudes that are necessary to prepare them for the global society of the 21st century. The Consortium’s goals are to administer study abroad programs for undergraduate and graduate students and to internationalize Affiliate Universities by offering teaching opportunities abroad and faculty exchanges, establishing links to strengthen institutional teaching and research, contributing to university diversification by facilitating the recruitment of foreign faculty and students, and supporting international initiatives on campus.
Qualifications for Visiting Professorships

Candidates must be full-time faculty members with at least a Master’s degree who are in good standing at a USAC Affiliate University and who will be returning to their home university following their term abroad. Other key qualifications include:

  • superior teaching abilities reflected in student evaluation summaries

  • flexibility regarding international living and working conditions, esp. with regards to teaching technology and schedules

  • willingness to enthusiastically experience local culture with students

  • contribution to the host university overseas, in addition to teaching the selected course(s)

  • active participation in publicizing and recruiting for their course(s) and program to ensure sufficient course enrollment


When, where, and what can I teach?

Summer, January, or semester positions are available at USAC Specialty Program sites; the available subject areas in specific terms and locations are listed below. Proposed courses should be related to the program site/region/nation, or somehow relevant to being taught in an international setting. Language of instruction may be English or the appropriate foreign language. Please consult the USAC website (usac.unr.edu) for program descriptions, entire course offerings, and sample schedules to understand the context in which your proposed course will be taught. Visiting Professors teach one course during summer and January sessions and two courses during semester programs.


Summer 2017 and January 2018 Openings

Program Site

Summer Session(s)

Course Proposal Options

Brazil (Florianópolis)

Session I or Session II

(Session I: 4 weeks; Session II: 5 weeks)

3-credit agriculture, anthropology, Brazilian culture, economics, environmental science, international relations, international development, politics, or social development

Chile (Santiago)

Session I or Session II

(4-week sessions)

3-credit cultural area studies, anthropology, linguistics, Latin American politics, Latin American history, Latin American studies, political science, international relations, sociology, human rights, or Latin American arts

China (Chengdu)

Session I or Session II

(5-week sessions)

3-credit, Chinese/Southeast Asian culture, economy, intercultural communication, international relations, political science, or Teaching English as a Second Language

China (Shanghai)

Session I or Session II

(5-week sessions)

1-credit art, art history, cultural area studies, film studies, government , history, international affairs, political science, religious studies , or Teaching English as a Second Language

3-credit, e-commerce, economics, finance, hospitality, intercultural communication, international business, international finance, international trade, marketing, management, leadership, or logistics and supply chain management

Costa Rica (Heredia)

Session I or Session II (Session I 5-week Session II 3-weeks)

1-credit cultural area studies

3-credit anthropology, art history, biology/ecology, business, culture, economics, education, environmental science, history, Latin American studies, linguistics, literature, political science, psychology, or sociology.

Costa Rica (Puntarenas)

Session I, Session II, or January Session

(Summer: 5 weeks; January: 3 weeks)

1-credit cultural area studies

3-credit biology, environmental science, or ecology

Costa Rica

(San Ramón)

Session I or Session II

(Session I: 5 weeks, Session II: 4 weeks)

1-credit cultural area studies

3-credit biology, ecology, environmental science, health science, tropical life science

Cuba

(La Habana)

Session I or Session II (3-week sessions) or January (3-week session)

3-credit Cuban culture, Cuban history, international political economy, international relations, North-South relations, political science


Czech Republic (Prague)

Session I or Session II

(4-week sessions)

3-credit art history, Central European studies, history, anthropology, political science, or science/technology

England (London)

Summer (5 weeks)

3-credit business, cultural area studies, economics, international business, or political science

France (Lyon)

Summer (4 weeks)

3-credit architecture, art history (all periods), cinema studies, creative writing, travel writing

France (Pau)

Session I or Session II (4-week sessions)

French professors teaching a 1-credit course in literature, culture, history, art, travel writing, other subjects in relation to France

Germany (Lüneburg)

Session I or Session II

(5-week sessions)

3-credit cultural area studies, environmental science, history, political science, or European studies

Ghana (Accra)

Session I or Session II

(4-week sessions)

3-credit African studies, anthropology, business, development studies, economics, history, literature, music, political science, public health sociology, theater, or women’s studies

India (Bangalore/Bengaluru)

Session I, Session II, or January Session (Session I: 3 weeks; Session II: 5 weeks; January: 3 weeks)

3-credit cultural area studies, global health, human rights, global issues, health, political science, sociology, urban studies, or women’s studies

Ireland (Cork)

Summer (5 weeks)

3-credit cultural area studies, archeology, Irish folklore, music, political science, politics (Ireland, Northern Ireland, or EU focus)

Ireland (Galway)

Summer (5 weeks)

Faculty with a strong focus on Irish studies in their research/teaching for 3-credit archeology, art, art history, creative non-fiction, film, history of Ireland and immigration, Irish popular music, media studies, medieval studies, migration studies, or religion

Italy (Reggio Emilia)

Session I or Session II (Session I: 5 weeks, Session II: 4 weeks)

3- credit communication, intercultural communication, health communication, communication and gender, fashion and media/ communication, social media/communication/journalism, education, elementary education, adult education, comparative education systems, multicultural education, Reggio education/other education philosophies, any education related courses, health, global health, public health, aging (health /sociology), comparative health, women’s health, sports and health, nutrition, food and culture, kinesiology, recreation, hospitality, event planning, psychology, sociology, advertising, public relations, Italian studies (culture/civilization/Italian-American issues / film / film criticism)

Italy (Torino)

Session I or Session II

(5-week sessions)

3-credit architecture/design (modern, urban, industrial, architecture history), art history (Baroque to contemporary, modern, 20th century etc.), economics, finance, hospitality management, intercultural communication, international business, leadership, marketing, management, operations management, political science

Italy (Viterbo)

Session I or Session II

(5-week sessions)

3-credit art (applied art, drawing/painting), cultural area studies, history, art history, ancient history/archaeology, geography, environmental science (Mediterranean geography, environmental policy), journalism (travel writing, food writing, photography, travel photography, advanced photography)

1-credit photography

Spain (Alicante)

Session I, Session II, or January Session

(Session I: 5 weeks;

Session II: 4 weeks; January: 3 weeks)

3-credit cultural area studies, EU topics, economics, gender/women’s studies, intercultural communication, linguistics, literature, political science, psychology, public relations, sociology, or travel writing


Spain (Bilbao)

Session I or Session II

(Session I: 5 weeks; Session II: 3 weeks)

3-credit business ethics, international business and trade law, international organizational behavior, managerial decision making, international strategy, business negotiation, entrepreneurship, innovation, international RRHH management, operations management, supply chain management


Spain (Madrid)

Session I or Session II

(4-week sessions)

1-credit cultural area studies, art, photography, gender/women’s studies, political science, music, or travel writing

Spain

(San Sebastián)

Session I or Session II

(Session I: 5 weeks; Session II: 4 weeks)

3-credit cultural area studies, political science, travel writing, gender/women’s studies, literature, psychology or sociology

Thailand

(Chiang Mai)

Session I or Session II (Session I: 4 weeks; Session II: 5 weeks)

1-credit cultural area studies or travel writing

3-credit cultural area studies, economics, environmental science, political science, or gender studies


Fall 2017 & Spring 2018 Openings


Program Site

Course Proposal Options

Brazil (Florianópolis)

3-credit Brazilian culture, economics, environmental science, health science, international business, international relations, international development, politics, social development, strategic management and policy

Chile (Santiago)

3-credit anthropology, linguistics, Latin American history, Latin American studies, Latin American politics, political science, sociology, or international relations

China (Chengdu)

3-credit anthropology, art history, business, culture, economics, education, environmental science, history, intercultural communication, linguistics, literature, political science, psychology, sociology, Teaching English as a Second Language, or writing

China (Shanghai)

3-credit international business, economics, marketing, management, supply chain, finance, public relations, business ethics, business law, business psychology, intercultural communications, international affairs, leadership, political science, history, art, art history, film studies, religious studies, or cultural area studies

Costa Rica (Heredia)

3-credit anthropology, art history, biology/ecology, business, culture, economics, education, environmental science, history, Latin American studies, linguistics, literature, political science, psychology, or sociology

Costa Rica (Puntarenas)

3-credit anthropology, art history, biology/ecology, business, culture, economics, education, environmental science, history, Latin American studies, linguistics, literature, political science, psychology, or sociology

Costa Rica

(San Ramón)

3-credit biology, ecology, environmental science, health science, or tropical life science

Czech Republic (Prague)

3-credit art history, business/economics, Central European studies, history, anthropology, political science, or science/technology

France (Lyon)

3-credit anthropology, architecture, art history (all periods), cinema studies, culture, drawing, economics, European studies, history, international business, linguistics, literature, photography, political science, or sociology

France (Pau)


3-credit anthropology, art history, business, culture, economics, education, ecology/environmental science (these are of particular interest, including forestry, restoration, climate, etc.), European studies, history, linguistics, literature, political science, psychology, sociology, or travel writing

Germany (Lüneburg)

3-credit anthropology, art history, business, culture, economics, education, environmental science, European studies, history, linguistics, literature, political science, psychology, sustainability

India (Bangalore/Bengaluru)

3-credit cultural area studies, global health, human rights, global issues, health, political science, sociology, urban studies, or women’s studies

Italy (Reggio Emilia)

3-credit communication, intercultural communication, health communication, communication and gender, fashion and media/communications, social media/communication/ journalism, education, elementary education, adult education, comparative education systems, Reggio education/other education philosophies, multicultural education, health, global health, public health, aging (health /sociology), comparative health, personal health and wellness, women’s health, nutrition, food and culture, kinesiology, sports and health, recreation, hospitality, event planning, psychology, cognitive psychology, sociology, advertising, public relations, Italian studies (film, literature, film criticism), Italian-American Issues, Italian language (all levels)

Italy (Torino)

3-credit general business, international business, finance, operations management, leadership, economics, management, marketing, advertising, public relations, event planning, hospitality management, accounting, international affairs, political science, EU issues, UN issues, diplomacy, human rights, architecture and design (modern, urban, industrial, architecture history etc.), art history (Baroque to contemporary, modern, 20th century), intercultural communication, Italian studies (film/culture), viticulture and wine related marketing / business (fall preferred)

Italy (Viterbo)

3-credit anthropology, art (applied art, drawing/painting, art history, studio art/drawing), cinema,

cultural area studies, history, ancient history/archaeology, geography, environmental science (Mediterranean geography, environmental policy), journalism (travel writing, food writing, photography, travel photography, advanced photography), gender studies

Spain (Alicante)

3-credit anthropology, archeology, culture, economics, education, environmental science, EU topics, geography, gender/women’s studies, history, intercultural communication, journalism, linguistics, literature, political science, psychology, public relations, sociology, tourism, or travel writing,

Spain (Bilbao/Getxo)

3-credit international business, business law, international law, e-commerce, international marketing, international management, business ethics, operations management, supply chain management.

For Fall 2017: e-commerce, business law, international law, business ethics

For Spring 2018: international HR management, international business strategy, or international operations management

Spain (Madrid)

3-credit art, photography, anthropology, business, economics, education, environmental science, history, international law, political science, psychology, sociology, tourism, or gender/women’s studies

Spain

(San Sebastián)

3-credit psychology

Chiang Mai (Thailand)

3 credit political science, anthropology, business, culture, economics, education, environmental science, history, or sociology

Of particular interest: gender studies

Terms of the USAC Visiting Professor Program
Summer and January Session Programs:

  • Visiting Professors (VPs) in Summer and January Sessions usually teach one course.

  • Summer and January VPs are hired and paid directly by USAC as contract employees.

  • Summer and January VPs are compensated as follows:

1-credit course in a 3- or 4-week program: $1500 (gross) and travel reimbursement

1-credit course in a 5- or 6-week program: $1850 (gross) and travel reimbursement

3-credit course in a 3- or 4-week program: $2750 (gross) and travel reimbursement

3-credit course in a 5- or 6-week program: $3450 (gross) and travel reimbursement
Semester Programs:

  • Semester Visiting Professors (VPs) usually teach two 3-credit courses.

  • There are three options for structuring a Semester Visiting Professorship:

    • Faculty Exchange: We encourage the Visiting Professor’s department to consider replacement faculty from one of our host universities abroad to fill the Visiting Professor’s position while teaching abroad for USAC. In the event of an exchange, the exchange professor would teach two courses in the Visiting Professor’s department for a salary of $9,000 paid by USAC, and the Visiting Professor’s department would receive $1,000 from USAC to minimize administrative burdens such as visa processing and assistance in locating housing. The home department will inform USAC of the desired characteristics of the exchange professor and USAC will solicit applications based on these preferences. The home department will review applications and will select the candidate of their choosing. The USAC Visiting Professor will receive his/her regular salary, benefits and status from the Home University during his/her semester abroad, according to the policies and procedures of the Home University.

    • Departmental Reimbursement: Visiting Professors who will receive their regular salary, benefits and status from the Home University during their semester abroad (according to the policies and procedures of the Home University), and will not be paid directly by USAC. Instead, their home department will receive $9,000 to help defray replacement expenses for the semester of the Visiting Professor’s participation abroad.

    • Direct payment by USAC: Visiting Professors who will not be under contractual obligation with their home university during their semester abroad can be hired as contract employees and paid the $9,000 directly by USAC for teaching the two USAC courses.


Logistical Considerations Pertaining to All Visiting Professors:

  • USAC provides assistance in locating housing abroad, but VPs are responsible for any costs. While exact prices cannot be established until closer to departure, we can share pricing from previous years with you upon request.

  • Visiting Professors may purchase health insurance through USAC, but this is optional and it is their responsibility to ensure full coverage through their home university.

  • While USAC will provide any assistance it can to determine and help obtain any necessary visas for Visiting Professors, it is ultimately the responsibility of each Visiting Professor to research and obtain the appropriate visa.

  • Visiting Professors may enroll in most USAC courses at no cost. Any optional/additional expenses for housing, participating in optional tours, meals, health insurance, textbooks, flights, courses with additional fees, etc., will be paid for by the Visiting Professor.

  • Qualified dependents and companions of faculty are eligible to take USAC courses at a discounted rate (contact Sabrina Harris in the USAC Central Office for more details).



Expectations for All Visiting Professors:

  • Upon selection into the Visiting Professor program, your participation is still contingent upon student enrollments. USAC courses will only be confirmed if at least 3 students are enrolled in each Visiting Professor course by around the student application deadline.

  • It is expected that Visiting Professors attend and participate in the on-site orientation. Be prepared to introduce yourself and your course (this is your last opportunity to recruit additional students). It is also expected that you share your own international experience (if applicable), your motivations/goals for going abroad, how it affects/ties in with your research, course development, etc.

  • You will be expected to live in the city where your USAC program is located in order to allow you to fully participate in all aspects of the program inside and outside the classroom.

  • While on site, you are expected to become a part of the program and/or host community. Please give some thought to how you could contribute to the campus or local community through activities such as giving a presentation to local faculty or the general public, tying in your work with local events, organizing a workshop, etc. There is a lot of room for your own ideas here. Please be aware that, depending on the location, host university campuses may not have as many local faculty members present during the summer/winter months.

  • Upon return, Visiting Professors will complete at least one project to help internationalize their home campus. These projects may include but are not limited to presenting research, writing testimonials or newsletter articles, or giving presentations to faculty or students.

  • Visiting Professors are expected to actively participate in informing their students about their program and course in order to ensure sufficient enrollment.


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Application


Instructions:

Please complete all portions of this application and ensure all requested materials are enclosed when you submit. Incomplete applications cannot be considered.
☐ Complete the following application

☐ Attach a 2-page CV that focuses on teaching experience and includes previously taught courses

☐ Attach a department summary of recent student evaluations (quantified data if possible – include legend for rankings)

☐ For semester programs and those on 12-month contracts only – include Department Chair and/or Dean signature on the last page

☐ Return all of the above (Word format strongly preferred) by 12/1/15 to:
Sabrina Harris

VisitingProfessors@usac.unr.edu
Receipt of your materials will be acknowledged, but please be patient as I receive many applications at once.


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Timeline for 2017-18 Visiting Professor Application Process

Fall 2015: Applications Open

December 2015: Application Deadline

January-March 2016: Application Review and Selection by USAC Board of Directors and Resident Directors

April 2016: Visiting Professor Selection Notification to Applicants
Visiting Professor Program and Session Options for 2017-18

Visiting Professors can make up to four requests of program sites and sessions. Please view the table to see where Visiting Professors may request to teach, make your selections using the dropdown menus. If you are very flexible, please rank your top four choices and add a brief comment regarding your flexibility below the table. While program dates are occasionally adjusted, please use the current calendar information on the USAC website for the programs you are interested in to verify that the USAC dates, especially regarding Summer and January Sessions, don’t interfere with your home university academic calendar. Note: you will be expected to live in the city where your USAC program is located in order to allow you to fully participate in all aspects of the program inside and outside the classroom.


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Course Proposals

One course will be chosen for summer and January sessions, two courses for fall or spring programs. However, please propose a minimum of two courses and list additional courses that you can teach. Upon review of your proposed courses/CV and given the circumstances for each term at the program locations, it is possible that you will be asked to teach a course other than your top two proposed below. This is the chance, however, to propose a new teaching direction within your area of expertise, a location-specific version of a course you teach in your home department, or some of your most rewarding and interesting courses. This is an opportunity to both improve/refine pre-existing courses and to stretch into new directions and areas. Keep in mind that, after selection, your course will need to be approved at multiple different USAC Affiliate Universities and your own home department. For courses to be articulated within the Business School, a terminal degree is required.
Most USAC students are undergraduate sophomore and junior level students coming from colleges and universities from all across the US (with a few international participants, and sometimes local students, as well). They enroll in 300+ level courses; however an introductory course may, on occasion, be appropriate. Graduate level (400/600) courses are often suitable. Please note that foreign language courses (for example, Beginning, Intermediate, Advanced Spanish) are taught, by design, by local faculty only. Please see the tables on the following pages for the desired course subject areas.
Please refer to the USAC website and/or the current catalog to understand the current course offerings and special areas of focus in a given program location. Consider how your proposed course would fit into the context of the courses offered in that program without duplicating existing courses. USAC courses that are not listed as courses taught by Visiting Professors are typically part of our regular offerings, and whenever possible, your proposed courses would complement, rather than compete, with these courses. The challenge here is to balance the specificity of place, and of your teaching specialties and interests, with the general needs and interests of the student audience attending the program.
A note about outside trips and activities: While we encourage ways to take the students outside the classroom for hands-on learning experiences, USAC has no additional funds budgeted for activities which take place outside the classroom. Keep in mind also that summer and January terms are so short that it is often difficult to arrange for guest speakers or trips within that timeframe. If your course requires expenses for course-related activities such as additional field trips or activities outside of the classroom, you must indicate that in your course proposal and students will pay a surcharge for taking your course. It is important to balance value with cost. Clearly, students may find high fees an obstacle and not enroll in the course for that reason. Please consider this when planning for your course and understand that if you desire to add outside activities at a later date, it may not be possible. It is the responsibility of the Visiting Professor to plan, organize and lead such activities. The Resident Directors abroad will only be able to offer suggestions for the planning and will not be responsible for organizing activities for Visiting Professors.


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We ask all applicants to answer the following and to notify USAC via email of any relevant changes between the time of application and departure:
Have you ever been convicted of a crime? ☐No ☐Yes
If yes, explain the number of conviction(s), nature of offense(s) leading to conviction(s), how recently such offense(s) was/were committed, sentence(s) imposed, and type(s) of rehabilitation:
Semester applicants and those on 12 month contracts only:
Your Department Chair and/or Dean must sign below to indicate approval of this application.
*Note: While we ask that you save and submit the preceding pages of this application as a Word document, you may print this page, obtain the necessary signature(s), and then scan and email it.
The faculty member above has applied to teach abroad for USAC. Please indicate by your signature below that this applicant meets the following criteria:

  • This faculty member is a member in good standing;

  • This faculty member will be returning to their home university following the term abroad;

  • This faculty member’s application and the terms for participation are approved by the Department Chair and/or Dean.


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