International Faculty Development in Higher Education
This is a certification program for the professional development of faculty offered by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC). UIUC is very famous for its top ranking departments and majors and it has 24 Nobel Laureates and 20 Pulitzer Prize recipients. It has the second largest university library in United States after Harvard University. By joining this program, you will be automatically invited to attend our Global Collaboration in Higher Education Conference. You will have the opportunity to present at our conference, and we will prepare you for your proposal and presentation. You will also have the opportunity to meet world leading professors in your field to establish potential research collaboration and visiting scholar opportunities.
Location: College of Education, University of Illinois
Program Focuses on:
How to initiate and establish international collaboration
How to apply for visiting scholars
How to write for publication
How to write for research proposals
How to write for government & corporation funding
How to present at international conferences
How to collaborate with University of Illinois professors in your field
Session I and Session II Includes two weeks specialized training and workshops on faculty professional development, specialized research training, visits to government, visits to pioneering research facilities, housing, meals, and weekend cultural excursions trips.
Session II Includes one week workshops and training on faculty professional development, housing, meals, and one weekend cultural excursion trip.
Post-Conference Sessio Includes visits to state higher education government, pioneering research facilities, and cultural excursion trips in Chicago.
For both individual cost and group rate for pre and post sessions, please contact Wei Liu, firstname.lastname@example.org or Allison Witt, email@example.com.
Please contact Allison Witt, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Wei Liu at email@example.com