The International Educators’ Academy is a 3 ½ day session certificate program created to support and promote international education, research, cultural competence and entrepreneurial efforts at Temple University and to enhance the University’s international and global leadership capacity. The program is held in the University Learning Center, Mitten Hall, Room 250, Main Campus, 9:00AM-4:00PM. Sessions will be led by University subject experts from academic and administrative departments and guest presenters.
Session Dates and Topics:
Day 1 10/25/2013 Globalizing Temple University
Cultivating Cultural Competence
Day 2 11/22/2013 International Students, Partnerships and Programs
Operating Internationally At Temple and Risk Management
Day 3 01/10/2014 Participants’ Choices: Topics may include
Research & curricular development
Marketing and Promotion Developing Exchanges
Developing Short-term faculty-led programs
Networking & Advocacy
½ Day 02/07/2014 Next Steps and Networking Lunch
- Full time faculty members, administrators and staff interested in increasing their knowledge and skills in the area of international education, research and programming.
- Nomination must be approved by applicant’s immediate supervisor and Dean, Vice President or Budget Unit Head.
- A completed application and a letter of recommendation.
Attendance at all sessions is required.
Program Cost: IEA4 is being underwritten by the Office of International Affairs and Fox CIBER and is therefore free for Temple University employees.
Please submit both forms electronically to:
Kimberly Sakil, Training Coordinator, HR Learning and Development
International Educators’ Academy Application Deadline: September 20, 2013.
Selected participants will be notified by September 27, 2013.
For additional information about the International Educators’ Academy 4,
please contact Eric Brunner @ 7-2215 or firstname.lastname@example.org.