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MSU Faculty and Professional Staff Study Abroad Leadership

Teaching and directing programs abroad is an opportunity for MSU faculty and professional staff to engage with students in a hands-on international environment. It can be daunting to take the first steps, detailed throughout the Teach Abroad section of this site, as such below is a list of those who have gone before you and succeeded in building, recruiting, and teaching/directing study abroad. You may find colleagues, courses, or locations that interest you. We invite you to contact the faculty below or the Associate Director for Education Abroad to brainstorm, inquire, and let us help you start or continue your own planning for teaching/directing abroad. 

Spring Break 2013 Courses & Faculty

  • ACC 586 International Experience in Accounting, on London, Dr. Amanda Grossman, Department of Accounting
  • EGR 388 International Experience in Engineering, on London, Dr. Ted Thiede, Department of Engineering Physics
  • ENG 330/614 Special Topics: Shakespeare's London, on London, Dr. Rusty Jones, Department of English & Philosophy
  • IET 419 Senior Project, on Panama, Mr. Kevin Perry, Department of Industrial and Engineering Technology
  • SED 300 Education of Students with Disabilities, on Ireland, Ms. Pam Matlock, Department of Adolescent, Career, & Special Education
  • THD 322 International Studies in Theatre, on London, Mr. Brent Menchinger, Department of Theatre
  • TSM 388 International Experience in Telecommunications, on Panama, Ms. Marcia Combs, Department of Telecommunications Systems Management

Spring Break 2013 Program Leadership

Winter 2012-2013 Courses & Faculty

  • CIV 201 World Civilizations I, on Experience Greece & Italy, Dr. David Pizzo, Department of History
  • CSC 125 Internet & Webpage Design, on Experience Berlin-Prague, Ms. Stephanie Totty, Department of Computer Science & Information Systems
  • ECO 396 Economic Life in Greece & Italy: Then & Now, on Experience Greece & Italy Ms. Mary Tripp Reed, Department of Economics & Finance
  • EDU 270/670 Expanding Educational Horizons Through International Experiences, on Experience Berlin-Prague, Dr. Jacqueline Hansen, Department of Early Childhood & Elementary Education
  • ENG 330/614 Special Topics: Literary London, on CCSA London, Dr. Paul Walker, Department of English & Philosophy
  • HIS 495/695 Special Topics: Modern History of Greece & Italy with HIS 490/692 History Study Abroad,on Experience Greece & Italy Dr. David Pizzo, Department of History
  • HUM 205 The Humanistic Tradition Abroad, on Experience Berlin-Prague, Dr. Cynthia Gayman, Department of English & Philosophy
  • PHI 202 Ethics/PHI 340 Special Topics, on Experience Berlin-Prague, Dr. Cynthia Gayman, Department of English & Philosophy
  • POL Brits & Yanks: The Anglo-American Connection in Politics & History, on CCSA London, Dr. Winfield Rose, Department of Government, Law, & International Affairs
  • REA 121 Study Skills/CIV 201 Tutorial, on Experience Greece & Italy Ms. Loetta Gipson, Office of Student Disability Services
  • REC 580 Special Topics: International Experience in Wellness, on Experience Berlin-Prague, Ms. Joetta Kelly, Department of Community Leadership & Human Services

Winter 2012-2013 Program Leadership

Fall 2012 Semester in Regensburg, Germany

  • CIV 202/HON 202 World Civilizations & Cultures II, Dr. Ken Wolf, Department of History
  • HIS 201 Modern Europe, Dr. Ken Wolf, Department of History
  • POL 250 Introduction to International Relations, Dr. Farouk Umar, Department of Government, Law, & International Affairs
  • POL 451/HON 351 Government & Politics of Europe, Dr. Farouk Umar, Department of Government, Law, & International Affairs
  • HUM 211 Western Humanities Tradition, Mr. John Griffin, Program Resident Director
  • BPA 396 International Business Seminar, Dr. Fred Miller, Stateside Program Director, Chair of Regensburg Programs, Department of Management, Marketing, & Business Administration

Summer 2012 Courses & Faculty

  • AGR 200 International Agricultural Experience, on Scotland, Mr. Brandon Wilson, Department of Agricultural Science
  • ART 212 Introduction to the History of Art and ART 491 Special Problems in Art History on KIIS Prague, Dr. ZB Smetana, Program Director, Department of Art
  • COM 340 Intercultural Communication: Focus on Ireland on CCSA Ireland Early, Dr. Tina Coffelt, Department of Organizational Communication
  • ENG 330/351 Special Topics in Film Studies and ENG 330 Special Topics: Travel Writing on KIIS Prague, Dr. Staci Stone, Department of English & Philosophy
  • GER 210 Intermediate Conversational German on KIIS Austria-Bregenz, Dr. Reika Ebert, Program Co-Director, Department of Modern Languages
  • GER 110 Basic Conversational German on KIIS Austria-Bregenz, Dr. Meg Brown, Program Co-Director, Department of Modern Languages
  • HIS 419/619 History of the Third Reich on KIIS Berlin, Dr. David Pizzo, Program Co-Director, Department of History
  • HIS 475 Modern Japan and HIS 418 World War II in Asia and the Pacific on KIIS Japan, Dr. Charlotte Beahan, Department of History
  • HUM 205 The Humanistic Tradition Abroad, on Abroad 101 Ecuador, Dr. Cynthia Gayman, Department of English & Philosophy
  • HUM 205 The Humanistic Tradition Abroad, on Discover China, Mr. Jim Bryant, Department of Art
  • HUM 205 The Humanistic Tradition Abroad, on Discover Korea, Mr. Bill McKibben, Institute for International Studies
  • JPN 110 Basic Conversational Japanese and JPN 210 Intermediate Conversational Japanese, on KIIS Japan, Ms. Yoko Hatakeyama, Program Director, Department of Modern Languages
  • MUS 431/432 Music Study Abroad I & II on IPAI Germany, Dr. Chris Mitchell, Department of Music

Summer 2012 Program Leadership

Spring Break 2012 London

  • CIV 201 World Civilizations I, Dr. David Pizzo, Department of History
  • HIS 495/695 Special Topics with HIS 490/692 History Study Abroad,Dr. David Pizzo, Department of History
  • REA 121 Study Skills/CIV 201 Tutorial, Ms. Loetta Gipson, Office of Student Disability Services

Winter 2011-2012 Courses & Faculty

  • CIV 201 World Civilizations I, on Experience Greece, Dr. David Pizzo, Department of History
  • COM Enhancing Leadership & Communication Effectiveness in the British Isles: Interviewing, Public Address, Ethical Persuasion, & Conflict Resolution on CCSA London/Dublin, Dr. Crystal Coleman, Department of Organizational Communication
  • EDU 450 Special Problems on Experience Spain, Dr. Jacqueline Hansen, Department of Early Childhood & Elementary Education
  • ENT 419 Senior Project, on Panama, Dr. Mike Kemp, Department of Industrial & Engineering Technology
  • HEA 300 International Experience in Wellness, on Experience Spain, Ms. Joetta Kelly, Department of Community Leadership & Human Services
  • HIS 495/695 Special Topics: Modern Greece with HIS 490/692 History Study Abroad,on Experience Greece, Dr. David Pizzo, Department of History
  • THD 322 International Studies in Theatre: The Contemporary British & Irish Theatre Experience, on CCSA London/Dublin, Mr. David Balthrop, Department of Theatre

Winter 2011-2012 Program Leadership

  • CCSA London, Dr. Tina Coffelt, Assistant Director
  • CCSA London/Dublin, Ms. Jennifer Dickey, Program Director

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