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Georgia State University, a Carnegie Doctoral/Research Extensive university and the Southeast’s leading urban research institution, is searching for a Founding Director of a new Global Studies Institute in the College of Arts and Sciences.  Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Attention tenured and tenure-track faculty in the College of Arts & Sciences!  The college is announcing a second call for proposals of its Developing External Educational Partnerships (DEEP) initiative.  We will accept proposals to develop sustainable linkages between Georgia State and universities in the five targeted countries (S. Korea, Turkey, South Africa, Brazil and China). With this investment the college expects to create opportunities for research collaborations, faculty and student exchanges, joint conferences and workshops.  Proposals are due March 24, 2014, to Ashley Mastin.  Recipients will be notified by April 11, 2014, and awarded funding should be used between July 1, 2014 and June 1, 2015.  Please see the call for proposals for more details.

The College of Arts & Sciences encourages and welcomes the international engagement of our students and faculty.  Scroll down to see all programs the college has to offer all students at Georgia State University!  The name of each program links to its application, and the name associated with each program is its director, who you can email for more details.

There are two types of international experiences to enhance your time at Georgia State.  Faculty-led summer programs are short-term, usually offered in the Maymester and Summer sessions.  GSU faculty members design and lead the program, and GSU students travel, take classes, and go on cultural excursions together.  Exchange programs allow students to spend a semester or academic year at a partner university abroad.  Students travel on their own, take classes with local students, and experience life in another country.  GSU program directors assist students with preparations, but exchange students are expected to be much more independent.

Financial aid and scholarships can be used to pay for official GSU faculty-led summer programs and exchange programs.  Though classes are taken abroad, students earn resident credit.  Please see the list of international programs offered to students by the College of Arts & Sciences below.

Summer 2014 Faculty-led Summer Programs

Ongoing Exchange Programs

Human Rights in Argentina (Dr. Gabriel Kuperminc) Universidade do Sagrado Coração, Brazil (Dr. Kathryn Hartgrove)
 Medical Virology in Argentina (Dr. Teryl Frey)  Tsinghua UniversityChina (Dr. Gayle Nelson)
Geographic Information Systems in Belize (Dr. Tim Hawthorne and Dr. Christy Vissagi) Shanghai University, China  (Dr. Kris Acheson-Clair)
GSU-USG Summer Study in China (Dr. Kevin Hsieh) American University in Cairo, Egypt (Dr. Sara Weigle)
TEFL Practicum in China (Prof. Louise Gobron and Dr. Kris Acheson-Clair) The Paris-Sorbonne UniversityFrance (Dr. George Rainbolt)
Pharmaceutical Globalization through a Cultural Prism in China (Dr. Bin Xu) EU Studies in StrasbourgFrance (Dr. Bill Downs)
Language and Communication in the Authentic Context in China (Dr. Baotong Gu) University of VersaillesFrance (Dr. Murray Brown)
Mathematical Music Theory in Shanghai, China (Dr. Mariana Montiel) University of BielefeldGermany (Dr. Sebastian Rand)
Asia New Media and Entrepreneurship in Hong Kong (Dr. Colleen McEdwards)  Friedrich-Alexander University, ErlangenGermany (Dr.Robin Huff)
Spanish Studies in Costa Rica and Panama(Dr. Hector Fernandez) University of HeidelbergGermany (Dr. Reiner Smolinski)
French Studies in Tours, France (Dr. Robin Huff) Johannes Gutenberg University, MainzGermany (Dr.Reiner Smolinski)
Pilgrimage: Catholic & Protestant Sites in France and Scotland (Dr. David Bell) Aristotle UniversityGreece (Dr. Nick Demos)
Guatemala, Past and Present (Dr. JT Way) Ca'Foscari UniversityItaly (Dr. Richard Keatley)
Jamaica Study Abroad & Maroon Immersion Program (Dr.Harcourt Fuller) Osaka UniversityJapan (Dr. Yuki Takatori)
Japanese Studies in Tokyo, Japan (Prof. Mizuki Mazzotta) Soka UniversityJapan (Dr. Yuki Takatori)
Mathematical Experience in Nepal (Dr. Tirtha Timsina) Ajou UniversityKorea (Dr. Jung Ha Kim)
Arabia:  Gateway to the World, in Oman & UAE (Dr. Isa Blumi) Ewha Womans UniversityKorea (Dr. Kim Reimann)
Mathematical Biology in Transylvania, Romania (Dr.Remus Osan) Hanyang UniversityKorea (Dr. Kim Reimann)
Race, Gender and Class in Contemporary South Africa (Dr.Makungu Akinyela) Malaga UniversitySpain (Dr. Bill Nichols)
Spanish Studies in Granada, Spain (Dr. Victoria Rodrigo) National Chiayi University, Taiwan (Dr. Robert Ambrose)
Human Rights, Historical Memory, and Democracy in Spain (Dr. Bill Nichols) Khon Khaen UniversityThailand (Dr. Kris Acheson-Clair)
Marvels of Medieval Spain (Dr. Allen Fromherz) Bogazici UniversityTurkey (Dr. Gayle Nelson)
EFL Practicum & Materials Design in Spain (Prof. Sarah Kegley and Prof. John Bunting) Northumbria UniversityUnited Kingdom (Dr. Tanya Caldwell)
Infectious Diseases and Antibiotic Resistance in Taiwan (Dr. Eric Gilbert) University of NottinghamUnited Kingdom (Dr. Bill Downs)
The Psychology of Skin Bleaching in Tanzania (Dr. Kelly Lewis)
Media, Journalism and Business in Turkey (Dr. Shawn Powers)
Turkey and the Middle East (Dr. Rashid Naim)
World War II in Western Europe (UK, France, Germany) (Dr. Robin Conner)
Dynamical Neuroscience Program in the Ukraine (Dr. Gennady Cymbalyuk)
British Literature in the United Kingdom (Prof. Jody Brooks)