Faculty-led study abroad programs consist of one or more Keystone College faculty members leading a group of students to study in another country for a specific amount of time. The Keystone College Center for Global Learning recommends creating a custom program with one of the study abroad affiliates of the College.
If the faculty member chooses to lead a program other than with an approved provider, the program must be connected with a university or organization in the country of the proposed trip and an agreement or memorandum of understanding outlining the services provided to the group must be in writing.
Are you a faculty member interested in leading a faculty-led course abroad? Contact Shirley Michaels or visit facultyled.com for more information.
Faculty-Led Trip Profiles
Many people travel to Costa Rica, but few have the opportunity to see the country like we do.
Operation Hummingbird class credit in BIOL 225, Special Topics.
Keystone College faculty member, Karen Yarrish, Ph.D. and student, Walter Pawelzik presented a paper at the International Business & Economics Conference in Paris.
Adjunct instructor Frank Goryl led a group of four Keystone art students to