FOR INTERNATIONAL FACULTY
International Faculty Community
We invite International Faculty to participate in our International Faculty Community. We will meet monthly in an open and confidential forum to discuss issues and concerns and to share stories and strategies for success in the academic environment. Lunch or breakfast will be provided! For additional details, or to register, please contact Kurt Ellenberger, Pew FTLC, firstname.lastname@example.org
International Faculty and Friends
This group meets regularly through the academic year. For more information, please contact Professor Ed Aboufadel, email@example.com.
Grand Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce, http://www.grandrapids.org/diversity
Fred Meijer Center for Writing and Michigan Authors
For information about one-to-one consultations on faculty writing projects, visit their website.
Pew FTLC and Teaching Resources
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a confidential consultation about your teaching, students or other topic related to teaching, learning, and faculty life.
Feel free to come browse our library of books, DVDs, and journals. We are located in 324 Lake Ontario Hall. One book of particular interest to international faculty is:
Teaching in America: A Cross-Cultural Guide for International Teachers and Their Employers, C. B. Hutchison, Springer, 2005.
"A Foreigner Teaching in America," a recent advice piece in the Chronicle of Higher Education: http://chronicle.com/article/A-Foreigner-Teaching-in/147413/
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