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Invitation to apply: sponsored COIL workshop

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    Kim Holland

    Hello All,

    I hope you’re all healthy and managing well under the circumstances.  I realize you are all deluged with professional development options this summer, but wanted to make sure you’re aware of the following opportunity.  Please feel free to share it with colleagues who may be interested.

    We have a grant proposal in the pipeline to the Stevens Initiative, and if it is successful, we will able to offer a COIL workshop in August for faculty, both beginners and experienced.  Please see below for details and a link to the application.  The deadline is this Friday, but the application process is minimal.

    • It will be offered from August 3-21, with 15-20 hours of work expected (mostly asynchrous).
    • ​Part and full-time faculty are eligible.  All participants who complete the workshop will receive $1064 for completing all workshop requirements.
    • SUNY COIL will deliver the workshop on a two-track model, with some common elements, but allowing for faculty with COIL experience to skip introductory material and receive supplementary “train the trainer” instruction.
    • It will only be offered if the Stevens Initiative approves our proposal, so applicants should have a backup plan.  We will have confirmation by mid-July.  If it moves forward, the training will be offered to CUNY faculty with groups from partners in Morocco and Israel.

    The CUNY COIL Working Group will review all applications the week of June 22nd.

    We understand that you have many professional development options this summer, and appreciate your interest. If this sounds like a good fit for you, please complete the workshop application by June 19th.



    This topic was also posted in: CUNY Study Abroad Development Forum.
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