Build it and More Will Come: Outbound Mobility Development Program for Faculty and Instructors

This project will assist faculty members in creating, facilitating, managing and assessing taught abroad programs.   

This program will be available to support faculty and provide training on course creation, risk management, student well-being, ethical engagements and logistics. These tools will help faculties develop and build on their ideas to create programs to give students an intercultural and global perspective that will enhance not only their student experience but their future career goals. 

The funding prioritizes the creation of programs that may attract students who traditionally weren’t able to participate in study abroad, most specifically those from economically diverse backgrounds, have disabilities or who are Indigenous. 

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