Faculty-Led Travel Study Programs
Faculty and academic staff are welcome to propose and lead faculty-led programs. To learn more, contact Dan Colleran, Global Experiences Coordinator (262-472-5757, email@example.com).
UW-Whitewater has a strong tradition of participation in Fulbright Programs (cf. here and here). Research and Sponsored Programs provides support to UW-Whitewater faculty and staff applying for a Fulbright award, while the Center for Global Education provides support for campus units seeking to sponsor/host a Fulbright Scholar.
Wisconsin in Scotland Visiting Faculty
Each year, the Wisconsin in Scotland study abroad program accepts applications from faculty and academic staff for visiting professor appointments on the Wisconsin in Scotland program. Semester and summer appointments are available.
Form or Leverage an International Partnership
The University of Wisconsin - Whitewater partners with institutions of higher education and other organizations around the world to facilitate international opportunities for members of the UW-Whitewater community, such as faculty and student exchanges, study abroad programs, collaborative research and academic projects, economic development projects, and other international activities.
Partnership agreements require an institutional commitment of resources - both human and financial - to maintain. With global partnerships increasingly common, it is important that all parties involved take the time to adequately assess the feasibility of a long-standing partnership from the standpoint of strategic potential, institutional fit; available logistical support (e.g. in the case of student exchanges, on-campus housing and other student services); financial commitment (e.g. institutional responsibilities for faculty salaries and expenses in a faculty exchange agreement); and institutional commitment, support, and motivation.
If a member of the UW-Whitewater community believes that he/she knows of a partnership opportunity that would contribute to university goals, please contact Candace Chenoweth, director of the Center for Global Education, to begin the process.