Faculty & Advisor Resources
Faculty-led Study Abroad Programs
Interested in leading a faculty-led study abroad program abroad?
Please watch this informational video which explains the entire faculty-led process.
Intersession: January 15th
Spring Break: April 15th
Summer: June 15th
Thanksgiving Break: September 15th
Collaborative Online International Learning - COIL
Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) is an innovative way to engage in dialogue about global challenges.
- Faculty members can register their COIL courses in axiom as civic engagement.
- Students can receive applied learning credit from a COIL course.
- The COIL Coordinator for Farmingdale State College is Andrea Thomas firstname.lastname@example.org
What is COIL?
- 2 instructors - 1 course/module
- 2 classes - Co-taught
- 2 cohorts of students - Collaborative project/task
- 2 institutions - Online
- 2 or more cultures - Intercultural
- 2 languages - Interdisciplinary
- Global learning for all integrated into the curriculum
- Applied learning
- Development of 21st century skills
- Intercultural awareness and competency development
- Interdisciplinary application of knowedlge
- Diversity and inclusion
- Cost effective, scalable internationalization
- High impact practice for teaching and learning
Impacts for Farmingdale State College
- Professional development for faculty and staff
- Significant international experience to a wider range and greater numbers of students
- Increased appreciation for diversity
- Applied learning
- New Institutional partnerships
- Increase student study abroad interest/preparation
- Stimulate course redesign to include technology
- Alignment with strategic goals
Study Abroad Presentations
The Office of International Education and Programs welcomes requests for classroom, residence life, club etc. presentations about our study abroad programs.
- Complete this form to request a study abroad advisor and/or student who completed a study abroad program to come and make a presentation.
- Presentations will be approximately 10 minutes and can be modified to attract the attention of a specific audience based on region/country of interest, course offerings and majors.
Washington Internship Institute Faculty Fellows Program
Offered in partnership with the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U), the Faculty Fellows program provides a unique faculty development experience, offering faculty from all disciplines the opportunity to pursue their professional, disciplinary, and personal interests in a challenging and dynamic professional environment—and to reinvigorate their work as scholars, teachers, advisers, and educational leaders.
Download more information about the WII Faculty Fellows Program.