Faculty Travel

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?  Submit the Faculty Led Proposal form to Shirley Michaels. 

Read about previous Faculty-Led Trips

Dr. Ian Saginor

Geology in Costa Rica

  Faculty Leader: Dr. Ian Saginor

Many people travel to Costa Rica, but few have the opportunity to see the country like we do.

Dr. Jerry Skinner

Hummingbird Expedition to Belize

  Faculty Leader: Dr. Jerry Skinner

Operation Hummingbird class credit in BIOL 225, Special Topics.

Karen Yarrish, Ph.D

International Business & Economics Conference in Paris

  Faculty Leader: Karen Yarrish, Ph.D

Keystone College faculty member, Karen Yarrish, Ph.D. and student, Walter Pawelzik presented a paper at the International Business & Economics Conference in Paris.

Frank Goryl

Experiencing the Arts in Italy

  Faculty Leader: Frank Goryl

Adjunct instructor Frank Goryl led a group of four Keystone art students to Italy for ART 305A, Experiencing the Arts in Italy.