University of California, San Diego
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
EDUCATION ABROAD PROGRAM
August 18, 2000
ACADEMIC SENATE MEMBERS
SUBJECT: UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA EDUCATION ABROAD
UC faculty are invited to apply for Study Center directorship positions in the University's Education Abroad Program. At each site, the Study Center Director is the administrator of the Center, promotes harmonious relations with UC's partner universities, facilitates academic exchanges, provides academic and general counseling for enrolled UC students, implements UC academic policy, and serves as Instructor of Record for all academic work undertaken by EAP students. In Meiji Gakuin, the visiting UC Professor is required to teach one course. Fluency in the language of the host country and a broad knowledge of the host country are major qualifications. Tenured faculty members of the Academic Senate, including Lecturers with security of employment and emeriti faculty, may apply.
REGULAR TWO YEAR APPOINTMENTS (July 1, 2001 - June 30, 2003)
TWO YEAR APPOINTMENTS WITH VARIED RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS
Country Term Residency
ONE YEAR APPOINTMENTS WITH VARIED RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS
Country Term Residency
Russia July 1, 2001-June 30, 2002 Aug-Dec
Japan (Meiji-Gakuin) - a one-semester nomination will be made from April 1-July 31, 2001 to Meiji Gakuin Universtiy for a visiting UC Professor who will also oversee students in the Spring Semester Global Security and Development Program.
Korea - a one-semester nomination for a visiting UC Professor will be made from September 1, 2001 - December 31, 2001.
Vietnam - a one-semester appointment will be made from August 1 - December 31, 2001.
* Applications for the Study Center Directorships are due by October 16, 2000 *
To obtain an application packet, please call your campus EAP office or contact Associate Director Howard Wang at the Universitywide Office of Education Abroad Program at (805) 893-3677/2748, by fax at (805) 893-2583, or by email at email@example.com.
For further information about the nature of the positions, contact Professor John Marcum, Universitywide Director, Education Abroad Program (805) 893-2755 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org. In the event that you are not interested in this opportunity, please bring it to the attention of your colleagues.