Each spring Study Abroad accepts proposals for our Iowa International Summer Institute. The goal of the Institute is to offer General Education Program credit to UI students who have completed their first year at the University of Iowa. The program takes place in several Western European cities during three consecutive 4-week sessions. Students may elect to participate in some or all of the sessions.
Faculty members are invited to propose 4-week study abroad courses that fulfill General Education Program requirements. Eligibility is limited to faculty members who previously have taught or currently are teaching the proposed courses on campus. Preference will be given to faculty who demonstrate the capability to facilitate engagement between students and the local culture. Compensation includes 1/9th salary, housing, and travel expenses.
Proposals should creatively adapt the General Education Program course to take advantage of the overseas site. Potential locations for are limited to: Rome, Florence, Madrid, Paris, or London (future destinations may expand beyond Western Europe). Proposals will be reviewed by faculty serving on the UI Study Abroad Advisory Committee and by the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences General Education Curriculum Committee.
The University of Iowa offers opportunities for faculty to teach on University Studies Abroad Consortium (USAC) study abroad programs in twenty-two locations world-wide. The deadline for summer, fall or spring is typically February 1 a year in advance (i.e. the deadline for summer/fall 2014 and spring 2015 is February 1, 2013). Click on the links to download further information  or an application .
Courses on the CIMBA undergraduate and MBA programs in Italy are taught by faculty from consortium member institutions. Summer and semester placements are available. Further information is available on the CIMBA website .
One- or two-week topical seminars offered for faculty at CIEE program sites in many countries. The deadline for summer seminars is typically in February and the deadline for winter seminars is typically in October. Check out CIEE's webpage  for further information and to apply on-line.
IES coordinates familiarization trips, faculty development seminars, fellowships and a Faculty in Residence program to allow faculty members from both IES Abroad Member Institutions and IES Abroad Centers abroad to share information and experiences that will further their own professional development, establish meaningful exchanges, and build long-lasting relationships. Read more about these opportunities on the IES webpage .