Application for Teach Global Health: 2021 Summer Institute for Course Development and Curricular Design
Jun 17-18 & Jun 24-25, 2021
Teach Global Health: 2021 Summer Institute for Curriculum and Course Design is a multi-day workshop for faculty at undergraduate-serving institutions to share experiences and best practices, evaluate curricular programs and assessment tools, and participate in charrettes designed to refine course and curricular materials that strengthen students’ learning.
Participants may come from any disciplinary background and from any stage of their academic career. Faculty, staff, and administrators who are interested in the role of global public health as a rich learning tool to prepare undergraduate students for complex, highly inter-connected and globalized world as both professionals and educated citizens are encouraged to attend.
Enrollment is limited.
Apply by Feb 15 - $350
Mar 15 - $400
After Mar 15 - $495
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Please provide your preferred given or chosen names.
Your title and program affiliation(s)
What is the nature of your position?
Participants can come from any part of the staff, administration, or faculty for the Summer Institute. However the needs of educators with different responsibilities and charges may differ dramatically. We are gathering this information to tailor the tools and programming for the Summer Institute.
Administration (Provost, Dean, Associate Dean, or similar)
Administration / Staff (International education, Career education, Learning support, Library, Internship coordination, etc.)
Faculty (Non-tenure track, Visiting, Adjunct, etc.)
Professional organization, agency, or non-profit (Executive director, Director, Coordinator)
Professional organization, agency, or non-profit administration / staff
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