As part of its Global Talk Spring Series, the Center for International Affairs will present “Developing Short-Term Faculty-Led Study Abroad Programs” on Thursday, Feb. 6, from noon to 1:30 p.m. in the Inamori International Center for Ethics and Excellence (located on the lower level of Crawford Hall).

All faculty and staff members are invited to hear from a panel of CWRU faculty members on best practices (across the country and at Case Western Reserve University) to develop new Case Western Reserve short-term faculty-led study abroad programs.

The panel will discuss how to get started, resources available, curriculum design, how courses become approved, risk-management policies, logistics, and everything else employees would need to know to create their own study abroad course. All levels of experience with short-term programs are welcome.

To attend, RSVP by email by Feb. 4. Lunch will be provided.

Contact Kendee Franklin, coordinator of communications and programming, at with any ideas for future topics or to collaborate with the Center for International Affairs.