Each summer, full-time faculty from various departments lead Temple undergraduates abroad to learn about different disciplines in a cultural context. View our current summer program offerings and continue reading below if you are interested in leading a summer faculty-led program for undergraduate students.
All faculty-led, credit-bearing programs involving Temple University undergraduate students abroad must carry the endorsement of the sponsoring school or college Dean and Department Chair, and be pre-approved by Education Abroad. Please note that in accordance with university policy, all study abroad programs must be operated abroad for a minimum of 28 days in order for students to:
• Receive a waiver for the World Society Gen Ed requirement
• Be eligible for university study abroad scholarships, including merit stipends
Interested full-time faculty are invited to review the Faculty-Led Study Abroad Program Agreement, as well as the Summer Program Guidelines for Faculty and Directors (available upon request, the document can be shared via email); please contact Education Abroad with questions.
Courses – courses that fulfill undergraduate major or degree requirements, including General Education courses, are most likely to attract students. Since the General Education World Society requirement is automatically waived for undergraduates who study abroad, courses in other areas (Human Behavior, Race and Diversity, Arts, etc.) are preferred.
Full-time faculty members with an interest in proposing a new summer 2023 study abroad program for undergraduate students are invited to begin the process by completing a Preliminary Interest Form by February 1, 2022. Faculty submitting a preliminary interest form by the deadline can expect feedback from Education Abroad prior to moving on to the online application a few weeks or so after the deadline. Faculty can expect Education Abroad to provide them with enough time to review suggestions and complete the online application required for those proposing new or continuing summer 2023 programs. If you would like to run a continuing program again in 2023, please confirm your intent to offer the program with Education Abroad by February 1, 2022.
The online application system will begin accepting applications for pre-approved new or continuing summer 2023 program proposals by invitation, and the deadline to submit a new or continuing summer 2023 program proposal will be communicated directly to faculty who were pre-approved to begin the process. Deadlines for summer 2023 may be updated during the spring 2022 semester due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and requirements and timelines are subject to change.
- In order to offer successful and consistent faculty-led programs, Education Abroad is unable to accept proposals from part-time faculty.
- Full-time faculty interested in leading a summer faculty-led program for graduate students should inquire within your Dean's office about the process and requirements for both opportunities.
Visiting Faculty Opportunities
Faculty interested in teaching in Rome or Tokyo should inquire directly with the respective campuses:
- Temple Rome: Chief Academic Officer Patrick Murphy (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Temple University, Japan: Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Yasuko Taoka (email@example.com)
There are many more opportunities with our university exchange partners around the world. To learn about these visiting faculty opportunities, contact Temple’s Global Programs office.