Faculty Information and Resources

Ways Faculty Work with OIEP

Faculty Advising Students

Thank you for taking the time to advise and inform prospective study abroad students about the courses they will receive credit for while abroad. Your advisee should provide you with course descriptions and an Overseas Course Approval Form.  Details regarding course offerings are listed under the Courses section on each program brochure.

Develop a Faculty-led Program

Many faculty on campus have taught and led programs to destinations all over the world. If you are interested in possibly leading a course, click below to start the program proposal process.
Submit a Program Proposal

Benin Group

Prof. Marcia Burrell - Curriculum & Instruction
Ouidah, Benin

Juan with Group

Prof. Juan Perdiguero - Art
Madrid, Spain

International Travel Grants

Below please find the Travel Grant Payment Form. To receive your grant fill in the enclosed Travel Grant Payment Form and return it to the OIEP after you have completed your travel. You must include with the form (1) copies of receipts for lodging, transportation, and meals; and (2) evidence of conference presentation, exhibition, performance, lecture, etc; or (3) a brief report of activities, if you were awarded a grant to develop a course with an overseas academic component or do research, or bring international themes into the curriculum.

Your grant check will be ready to be picked up in the OIEP within approximately two weeks of the submission of the payment form and documentation. If you have any questions about the amount of your grant or what you are required to do to receive it, please do not hesitate to contact me  via phone (x2118) or e-mail.(joshua.mckeown@oswego.edu).

Faculty Overseas Opportunities


Dear Faculty,
You are invited to apply to participate in the inaugural SUNY Oswego / CAPA faculty professional development seminar to London, UK occurring during spring recess in March 2014. Details and application procedures are below:

Seminar title:

Analysis and Exploration of the Global City, with the following sessions (tentative):

  • London as a Global City
  • Exploring the Urban
  • Writing the City
  • Art in London
  • Creativity and the Urban Landscape
  • Tradition and Change
  • Political London
Program details (tentative) and application instructions:
  • Seminar dates: March 15-21, 2014;
  • Hotel accommodation in London from March 16-21 is provided (tentatively planned for the Bailey's Millennium);
  • Round-trip airfares provided (international and domestic transfers);
  • Daily meal stipend provided;
  • Seminar sessions and tours provided, as well as several receptions and group meals, provided by CAPA International Education's London Centre;
  • To apply: submit a current CV and 2-page (approx.) statement of purpose explaining how the London seminar will help you develop your knowledge to further enhance internationalization at SUNY Oswego. Feel free to propose development of new courses and/or new faculty-led programs abroad, enhancement of your scholarly and creative activities, and other areas of interest to your development and the enhancement of SUNY Oswego's international education.
Additional information:
  • Up to six (6) SUNY Oswego faculty will be selected
  • Submit CV and statements to OIEP director, Joshua McKeown at joshua.mckeown@oswego.edu
  • Deadline to submit applications: February 10, 2014

The week's seminar in London is the gift of SUNY Oswego alumnus John Christian (Class of 1989), who is President and CEO of CAPA International Education. He has generously donated funds to SUNY Oswego to promote international education, including student scholarships for study abroad and this faculty development seminar.

Thank you,
Josh McKeown


SUNY Oswego faculty are invited to teach in South Korea this summer at one of two SUNY Oswego partner universities. Opportunities exist in all disciplines and generous compensation, including airfare and housing, are included by our Korean partners.

If interested, please contact Josh McKeown, Director of International Education and Programs (joshua.mckeown@oswego.edu) for additional information.

Taejin Jung from Communication Studies (taejin.jung@oswego.edu) is an additional resource to answer your questions about the universities, and about living in South Korea for the summer.

1. Hanyang University, Seoul

Teaching opportunities in: Humanities, business (all areas), economics, global & international studies, media & communication, art, graphic design, physics, chemistry, biological sciences, mathematics, history, psychology, and others.


  • Minimum of 5 students must accompany you
  • Dates: July (4 weeks)
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Airfare: paid by Hanyang University
  • Housing: provided (university guest house)
  • Compensation: $5,000 for teaching and advising
2. Kyungpook National University (KNU), Daegu

Teaching opportunities in all disciplines. Does not require students to accompany you. Teaching assistant provided.


  • Dates: late June - late July (4 weeks)
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Airfare: paid by KNU
  • Housing: provided in faculty apartments
  • Compensation: $2,000