International Programs will be accepting applications for the IP Faculty-in-Residence position for the 2020-2021 Academic year and/or the Summer 2020 term between November 14, 2018 and December 7, 2018.
Welcome Faculty Applicants
Dear Faculty Applicant:
Thank you for your interest in applying for an overseas appointment. Applications are accepted from all Seaver faculty (visiting, pre-tenured and tenured). If you are a pre-tenured faculty member, please consult with your Divisional Dean about your interest in serving overseas.
Once you complete this on-line application, the IP Council will review your materials. Sometime in early spring, you will receive a notice on whether or not the IP Council wishes to conduct a personal interview with you. Before that interview, your Divisional Dean will be asked to complete a brief, written evaluation on your potential as an overseas Faculty-in-Residence. Once all interviews are completed, the IP Council will decide whether to offer an appointment and which program they want you to consider.
Before applying, please take the opportunity to explore the Frequently Asked Questions section of this website for faculty. I encourage you to talk with Seaver faculty members who have served in the past. They will be able to provide first-hand information on what to expect during the application process and helpful information about the particular program in which you are interested.
Serving as a Faculty-in-Residence overseas can be one of the most exciting and rewarding opportunities of your academic career. The IP motto is: Crossing Boundaries, Changing Lives. More than anything else, we want faculty who are willing to devote their lives to helping students cross the cultural boundaries that separate them from the rest of the world. In so doing, faculty members and their families will see their own lives change -intellectually, socially, personally, and spiritually.
Charles Hall, PhD
Dean of International Programs