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USAC Visiting Professors Program

Are you a Loyola professor interested in teaching abroad?  The LUC Office of International Programs and its partner consortium, the University Studies Abroad Consortium, are seeking applicants for Summer 2021, Fall 2021, and Spring 2022 Visiting Professorships.

Application Deadline: Tuesday, 12/03/2019

Professors from University Studies Abroad Consortium (USAC) institutions (Loyola University Chicago is in this consortium) have the unique opportunity to teach abroad. Visiting Professors establish contacts with foreign colleagues, enhance their own foreign language acquisition, strengthen and support international education and study abroad on campus, diversify course curriculum, and develop international relationships for research and other purposes.

The mission of USAC is to provide students with the opportunity to develop the knowledge, skills, experiences, and attitudes that are necessary to prepare them for the global society of the 21st century. The Consortium’s goals are to administer study abroad programs for undergraduate and graduate students and to internationalize Affiliate Universities by offering teaching opportunities abroad and faculty exchanges, establishing links to strengthen institutional teaching and research, contributing to university diversification by facilitating the recruitment of foreign faculty and students, and supporting international initiatives on campus.

Timeline for 2021-2022 Application Process

Fall 2019

Applications Open

Winter 2019

Application Deadline

Spring 2020

Application Review and Selection by USAC Board of Directors and Resident Directors

By May 2020

Visiting Professor Selection Notification to Applicants

Qualifications for Visiting Professorships

To be eligible to apply for the USAC Visiting Professorship, candidates must:

  • be full-time faculty members in good standing at Loyola,
  • have at least a Master’s degree, AND
  • be teaching at Loyola the semester prior to their Visiting Professorship with plans to return to Loyola.

Other key qualifications include:

  • superior teaching abilities reflected in student evaluation summaries; 
  • flexibility regarding international living and working conditions, esp. with regards to teaching technology and schedules; 
  • willingness to enthusiastically experience local culture with students; 
  • contribution to the host university overseas, in addition to teaching the selected course(s); AND
  • active participation in publicizing and recruiting for their course(s) and program to ensure sufficient course enrollment.

When, Where, and What May I Teach?

You may notice that USAC offers programs that are not listed in this application.  USAC has two program models – Specialty Programs and Partnership Programs.  Specialty Programs are those in which USAC operates the entire program, including hiring faculty, setting curriculum, and hiring Visiting Professors. Partnership Programs are those in which USAC facilitates an opportunity for U.S.-based students to take courses at the host city’s university.  For Partnership Programs, USAC is not involved in setting curriculum or hiring faculty; our students enroll directly into the host city’s university for that term and take courses from their professors and their faculty. As a result, only USAC Specialty Programs are open to Visiting Professors.

Summer and semester positions are available at USAC Specialty Program sites; the most desired subject areas in specific terms and locations are listed below. Proposed courses should be related to the program site/region/nation, or somehow relevant to being taught in an international setting. Language of instruction may be English or the appropriate foreign language. Please consult the USAC website for program descriptions, entire course offerings, and sample program calendars to understand the context in which your proposed course will be taught. Visiting Professors teach one 3-credit course (unless otherwise noted) during the summer and two 3-credit courses during the semester.

Please look through the entire table of openings on this page carefully, as some subjects are listed in multiple areas, and some program locations are listed under both sides of the table for different subjects.

Summer 2021 Openings

Summer programs range from 3-6 weeks in length. Session lengths are occasionally adjusted, and you can find the most recent program calendars on our website for reference.

Arts

Programs with a focus in this discipline

Programs also open to this discipline

Czech Republic (Prague): art history

France (Lyon): art history (all periods)

France (Pau): French professors teaching a 1-credit course in art/other subjects in relation to France

Ireland (Galway): Faculty with a strong focus on Irish studies in their research – teaching film, Irish popular music, art history, art

Spain (Madrid): art, photography, music

Chile (Santiago): Latin American arts

China (Shanghai): film studies, art, design

Costa Rica (Heredia): art history

England (London): art

Ghana (Accra): music, theatre

Ireland (Cork): music

Poland (Kraków): Polish arts, art history

Business

Programs with a focus in this discipline

Programs also open to this discipline

Brazil (Florianopólis): business and economics, marketing, sports management, sports marketing, tourism

China (Shanghai): e-commerce, economics, finance, international business, international trade, marketing, management, supply chain management, gaming economy, hospitality, human resource management, business ethics, leadership, logistics, business law

Poland (Kraków): economics, international marketing, international management

Spain (Bilbao): international strategy and management, international marketing and other marketing courses, entrepreneurship, international RRHH management, operations management, supply chain management, corporate and international finance, business ethics, managerial decision making and sustainability courses.

Thailand (Chiang Mai): business

China (Chengdu): economy

Costa Rica (Heredia): business, economics

Ghana (Accra): economics

Spain (Alicante): economics

Spain (Valencia): international business

Uruguay (Montevideo): entrepreneurship

Communications/Journalism

Programs with a focus in this discipline

Programs also open to this discipline

France (Pau): French professors teaching a 3-credit course travel writing/ other subjects in relation to France

Spain (Madrid): photography

China (Chengdu): intercultural communication

Ireland (Galway): Faculty with a strong focus on Irish studies in their research/creative non-fiction, media studies

Spain (Alicante): intercultural communication, public relations, travel writing

Spain (Madrid): travel writing

Spain (San Sebastián): travel writing

Thailand (Khon Kaen): intercultural communication

Education

Programs with a focus in this discipline

Programs also open to this discipline

Costa Rica (Puntarenas): foreign language teacher education, teaching English as a second language

China (Chengdu): teaching English as a foreign language

China (Shanghai): teaching English as a foreign language, education

Costa Rica (Heredia): education

 

Foreign Language/Cultural Studies

Programs with a focus in this discipline

Programs also open to this discipline

Brazil (Florianopólis): Latin American studies, Brazilian culture

Chile (Santiago): cultural area studies, Latin American studies

China (Chengdu): Chinese, Southeast Asian culture

Costa Rica (Heredia): Latin American studies, linguistics, culture

Cuba (La Habana): Cuban culture, Cuban history

Czech Republic (Prague): Central European studies

France (Lyon): European/Francophone studies

France (Pau): French professors teaching a 3-credit course in literature, culture, history, art, travel writing, other subjects in relation to France

Germany (Lüneburg): cultural area studies

Ghana (Accra): African studies

Ireland (Cork): cultural area studies, Irish folklore, literature (Irish, Irish-American or other)

Ireland (Galway): Faculty with a strong focus on Irish studies in their research - teaching about Ireland/EU

Poland (Kraków): Jewish/Holocaust studies, Central European studies, Polish culture

Spain (Alicante): cultural area studies, linguistics

Spain (Madrid): cultural area studies

Spain (San Sebastián): cultural area studies

Thailand (Chiang Mai): cultural studies, Asian religion studies

Thailand (Khon Kaen): Asian religious studies, cultural studies

China (Chengdu): teaching English as a foreign language

China (Shanghai): teaching English as a foreign language

England (London): cultural area studies

 

Health/Life Sciences

Programs with a focus in this discipline

Programs also open to this discipline

Brazil (Florianopólis): environmental conservation, health administration, wildlife conservation, kinesiology

Costa Rica (Heredia): biology, ecology, environmental science

Costa Rica (Puntarenas): marine biology, marine conservation, ecology, environmental science

Costa Rica (San Ramón): biology, ecology, environmental science, health science, tropical life science

England (London): environmental studies (climate change, sustainability)

Germany (Lüneburg): environmental science, sustainability (of particular interest)

Ghana (Accra): public health

Spain (Valencia): biology - Limited lab access will be available (scheduled around host university need of access) but may result in a surcharge for the students.

Thailand (Khon Kaen): public health, nursing, aging/aging in society/gerontology, comparative health issues, health/nutrition, kinesiology

China (Shanghai): environmental studies

Costa Rica (Heredia): psychology

India (Bengaluru): health

Ireland (Cork): critical health studies

Spain (Alicante): psychology

Social Sciences/Humanities

Programs with a focus in this discipline

Programs also open to this discipline

Chile (Santiago): Latin American politics, history, human rights, political science, sociology, and anthropology

China (Chengdu): international relations, political science

China (Shanghai): business law, business ethics

Cuba (La Habana): Cuban history, international political economy, international relations, North-South relations, political science

Czech Republic (Prague): Central European studies, history, anthropology, political science

England (London): political science, sociology, women’s studies, gender, race, and identity

France (Lyon): European/Francophone studies, political science, international affairs

France (Pau): French professors teaching a 3-credit course in literature, culture, history, other subjects in relation to France

Germany (Lüneburg): history, political science, or European studies, sustainability

Ghana (Accra): development studies, women’s studies, political science

India (Bengaluru): human rights, global issues, political science, sociology, urban studies, women’s studies, sustainability, social action and development

Ireland (Cork): Irish folklore, political science, religious studies, literature (Irish, Irish-American or other)

Ireland (Galway): Faculty with a strong focus on Irish studies in their research - teaching archeology, history of Ireland and immigration, medieval studies, migration studies, religion, or Ireland and the EU

Poland (Kraków): Jewish/Holocaust studies, Central European studies, politics, EU issues, Polish history, WW2 history, religious studies

Spain (Alicante): gender/women’s studies, literature, political science, sociology (Europe and Mediterranean specific)

Spain (Bilbao): business ethics, sustainability

Spain (San Sebastián): political science, history, gender/women’s studies, sociology, literature - in English or Spanish

Thailand (Chiang Mai): Asian religious studies, political science

Thailand (Khon Kaen): Asian religious studies, intercultural communication

Brazil (Florianópolis): anthropology, sociology, international relations

China (Chengdu): anthropology, intercultural communication, history

China (Shanghai): political science, international affairs, religious studies, history

Costa Rica (Heredia): political science, art history, history, literature, psychology, sociology, anthropology

Ghana (Accra): sociology, literature, anthropology

Spain (Alicante): psychology

Spain (Madrid): gender/women’s studies, political science, travel writing

 

STEM/Agriculture

Programs with a focus in this discipline

Programs also open to this discipline

Brazil (Florianopólis): environmental science and conservation

Costa Rica (Heredia): biology, ecology, environmental science

Costa Rica (Puntarenas): biology, ecology, environmental science

Costa Rica (San Ramón): biology, ecology, environmental science, health science, tropical life science

England (London): environmental science (climate change, sustainability)

Germany (Lüneburg): environmental science, sustainability (of particular interest)

Spain (Valencia): STEM (especially biology) - Limited lab access will be available (scheduled around host university need of access) but may result in a surcharge for the students.

China (Shanghai): environmental studies

Czech Republic (Prague): science/technology

 

Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 Openings

You can find the most recent program calendars on the USAC website for reference.  Semester terms follow the typical U.S. academic calendar.

Arts

Programs with a focus in this discipline

Programs also open to this discipline

Czech Republic (Prague): art history

France (Lyon): architecture, art history (all periods), cinema studies

Spain (Madrid): art, photography

China (Chengdu): art history

China (Shanghai): art, design, film studies

Costa Rica (Heredia) art history

Costa Rica (Puntarenas)  art history

France (Pau)  art history, cinema, film

Germany (Lüneburg) art history

Ghana (Accra):  theater

Poland (Kraków):  art, art history

Business

Programs with a focus in this discipline

Programs also open to this discipline

Brazil (Florianopólis): international economics, tourism, international business/marketing/management, international relations, international development, sports management/marketing

China (Shanghai): international business, economics, marketing, management, logistics, supply chain, finance, entrepreneurship, e-commerce, public relations, business ethics, business law, business psychology, human resource management, hospitality management, gaming economy, leadership

Spain (Bilbao): international business, business law, international law, e-commerce, international marketing, international management, business ethics, operations management, supply chain management. (Fall: e-commerce, business law, international law, business ethics; Spring: international HR management, international business strategy, or international operations management)

Thailand Chiang Mai business, economics

China (Chengdu): business, economics

Costa Rica (Heredia): business, economics

Costa Rice (Puntarenas): business, economics

Czech Republic (Prague): business, economics

France (Pau): business, economics

Germany (Lüneburg): business, economics

Ghana (Accra): business, economics

Spain (Alicante): economics, public relations, tourism

Spain (Madrid): business, economics, tourism

Spain (Valencia): international business

Uruguay (Montevideo): business

 

Communications/Journalism

Programs with a focus in this discipline

Programs also open to this discipline

Chile (Santiago): journalism

China (Chengdu): writing, intercultural communication

China (Shanghai): intercultural communication

France (Pau): journalism, travel writing

Spain (Alicante): journalism, intercultural communication, travel writing

Education

Programs with a focus in this discipline

Programs also open to this discipline

 

China (Chengdu): teaching English as a second language, education

China (Shanghai): education, teaching English as a second language

Costa Rica (Heredia): education

Costa Rica (Puntarenas): education

France (Pau): education

Germany (Lüneburg): education

Spain (Alicante): education

Spain (Madrid): education

Uruguay (Montevideo): education

Foreign Language/Cultural Studies

Programs with a focus in this discipline

Programs also open to this discipline

Brazil (Florianopólis): Brazilian culture, Latin American studies, culture

Chile (Santiago): Latin American studies

China (Chengdu): Chinese culture, linguistics

Costa Rica (Heredia): Latin American studies, culture, linguistics

Costa Rica (Puntarenas): Latin American studies, culture, linguistics

France (Lyon): European/Francophone studies, culture

France (Pau): European studies, linguistics

Germany (Lüneburg): European studies, linguistics

Ghana (Accra): African studies

India (Bengaluru): cultural area studies

Poland (Kraków): Polish culture, Jewish/Holocaust studies, Central European studies

Spain (Alicante): culture, linguistics, EU topics

Thailand (Chiang Mai): cultural studies, Asian religion studies

Thailand (Khon Kaen): cultural studies, Asian religion studies

China (Shanghai): cultural area studies

Uruguay (Montevideo): Latin American studies

Life Sciences/Health

Programs with a focus in this discipline

Programs also open to this discipline

Brazil (Florianopólis): environmental conservation, kinesiology, exercise science, recreation studies

China (Shanghai): business psychology

Costa Rica (Heredia): biology, ecology, environmental science

Costa Rice (Puntarenas): biology, ecology, environmental science

Costa Rica (San Ramón): biology, ecology, health sciences, tropical life sciences

Germany (Lüneburg): sustainability, environmental science (of particular interest)

Ghana (Accra): public health

India (Bengaluru): global health

Spain (San Sebastián): psychology

Spain (Valencia): Biology - Limited lab access will be available (scheduled around host university need of access) but may result in a surcharge for the students.

Thailand (Khon Kaen): public health, nursing, aging/aging in society/gerontology, comparative health issues, health/nutrition, kinesiology

China (Chengdu): environmental science, psychology

China (Shanghai): environmental studies

Costa Rica (Heredia): psychology

Costa Rica (Puntarenas): psychology

France (Pau): geology (in relation to the Pyrenees), ecology/environmental science (these are of particular interest, including forestry, restoration, climate, etc.), psychology

Germany (Lüneburg): psychology

India (Bengaluru): health

Spain (Alicante): environmental studies, psychology

Spain (Madrid): Environmental science, psychology

Uruguay (Montevideo): healthcare administration

Social Sciences/Humanities

Programs with a focus in this discipline

Programs also open to this discipline

Brazil (Florianopólis): Brazilian culture, history, Latin American studies, politics, social development

Chile (Santiago): anthropology (Latin American cultures), Latin American studies, Latin American politics, human rights, international relations, sociology, political science

China (Shanghai): business ethics, business law, business psychology

Costa Rica (Heredia): Latin American studies, culture

Costa Rica (Puntarenas): Latin American studies, culture

Czech Republic (Prague): Central European studies, political science, history

France (Lyon): European/Francophone studies, political science, culture

France (Pau): European studies

Germany (Lüneburg): European studies

Ghana (Accra): development studies, women’s studies, sociology, anthropology, political science

India (Bengaluru): human rights, global issues, political science, sociology, urban studies, women’s studies

Poland (Kraków): Jewish/Holocaust studies, Central European studies, politics, EU issues, Polish history, WW2 history, Polish culture, religious studies

Spain (Alicante): gender/women’s studies, EU topics

Spain (Madrid): anthropology, history, international law, political science, sociology

Spain (San Sebastián): psychology

Thailand (Chiang Mai): Asian religion studies, cultural studies, political science, social science, anthropology

Thailand (Khon Kaen): cultural studies, Asian religion studies

Uruguay (Montevideo): gender studies

Brazil (Florianopólis): international relations

China (Chengdu): history, literature, political science, psychology, sociology, anthropology

China (Shanghai): international affairs, political science, history, film, religious studies

Costa Rica (Heredia): anthropology, history, literature, political science, psychology, sociology

Costa Rica (Puntarenas): anthropology, history, literature, political science, psychology, sociology

Czech Republic (Prague): anthropology

France (Lyon): history, literature, political science, sociology, anthropology

France (Pau): anthropology, culture, history, literature, political science, psychology, sociology, travel writing

Germany (Lüneburg): anthropology, history, literature, political science, psychology, culture

Ghana (Accra): literature, history

Spain (Alicante): anthropology, archeology, culture, geography, history, literature, political science, psychology, sociology, travel writing

Spain (Madrid): psychology, gender/women’s studies

Uruguay (Montevideo): Latin American studies, literature

 

STEM

Programs with a focus in this discipline

Programs also open to this discipline

Brazil (Florianopólis): environmental conservation

Costa Rica (Heredia): biology, ecology, environmental science

Costa Rice (Puntarenas): biology, ecology, environmental science

Costa Rica (San Ramón): biology, ecology, environmental science, tropical life science, health science

Germany (Lüneburg): sustainability, environmental science (of particular interest)

Spain (Valencia): STEM areas (especially Biology) Limited lab access will be available (scheduled around host university need of access) but may result in a surcharge for the students.

China (Chengdu): environmental science

China (Shanghai): environmental studies

Czech Republic (Prague): science, technology

France (Pau): geology (in relation to the Pyrenees), ecology, environmental science (particularly interested in forestry, restoration, climate, etc.)

Spain (Alicante): environmental science

Spain (Madrid): Environmental science

Terms of the USAC Visiting Professor Program

Summer Session Programs:

  • Visiting Professors (VPs) in Summer Sessions teach one course. All courses are 3-credits except for Madrid, where VPs teach 1-credit courses.
  • ‚ÄčSummer VPs are hired and paid directly by USAC as contract employees.
  • Summer VPs are compensated as follows:
    • 1-credit course in a 3- or 4-week program:  $1500 (gross) and travel reimbursement
    • 1-credit course in a 5+ week program:  $1850 (gross) and travel reimbursement
    • 3-credit course in a 3- or 4-week program:  $2750 (gross) and travel reimbursement
    • 3-credit course in a 5+ week program:  $3450 (gross) and travel reimbursement

Semester Programs:

  • Semester Visiting Professors (VPs) usually teach two 3-credit courses.
  • ‚ÄčThere are three options for structuring a Semester Visiting Professorship:
    • Faculty Exchange: We encourage the Visiting Professor’s department to consider replacement faculty from one of our host universities abroad to fill the Visiting Professor’s position while teaching abroad for USAC. In the event of an exchange, the exchange professor would teach two courses in the Visiting Professor’s department for a salary of $11,000 paid by USAC, and the Visiting Professor’s department would receive $1,000 from USAC to minimize administrative burdens such as visa processing and assistance in locating housing. The home department will inform USAC of the desired characteristics of the exchange professor and USAC will solicit applications based on these preferences. The home department will review applications and will select the candidate of their choosing. The USAC Visiting Professor will receive his/her regular salary, benefits and status from the Home University during his/her semester abroad, according to the policies and procedures of the Home University.
    • Departmental Reimbursement: Visiting Professors who will receive their regular salary, benefits and status from the Home University during their semester abroad (according to the policies and procedures of the Home University) and will not be paid directly by USAC. Instead, their home department will receive $11,000 to help defray replacement expenses for the semester of the Visiting Professor’s participation abroad.
    • Direct payment by USAC: Visiting Professors who will not be under contractual obligation with their home university during their semester abroad can be hired as contract employees and paid the $11,000 directly by USAC for teaching the two USAC courses.
  • Regardless of the option chosen, USAC will provide a travel reimbursement.

Logistical Considerations Pertaining to All Visiting Professors:

  • USAC provides assistance in locating housing abroad, but VPs are responsible for any costs. While exact prices cannot be established until closer to departure, we can share pricing from previous years with you upon request.
  • While USAC will provide any assistance it can to determine and help obtain any necessary visas for Visiting Professors, it is ultimately the responsibility of each Visiting Professor to research and obtain the appropriate visa. If you plan to extend your time abroad beyond your teaching assignment, keep in mind that USAC can only assist with obtaining a visa for the term you are teaching. It may be difficult to obtain a visa for a longer duration, and in most cases you will be required to be physically in the U.S. when you apply for your visa.
  • Visiting Professors may enroll in most USAC courses at no cost. Any optional/additional expenses for housing, participating in optional tours, meals, health insurance, textbooks, flights, courses with additional fees, etc., will be paid for by the Visiting Professor.
  • Qualified dependents and companions of faculty are eligible to take USAC courses at a discounted rate (contact VisitingProfessors@usac.edu for more details).

Expectations for All Visiting Professors:

  • Upon selection into the Visiting Professor program, your participation is still contingent upon student enrollments. USAC courses will only be confirmed if at least 5 students are enrolled in each Visiting Professor course by around the application close date.
  • Visiting Professors are expected to actively participate in informing their students about their program and course in order to ensure sufficient enrollment.
  • It is expected that Visiting Professors attend and participate in the on-site orientation. Be prepared to introduce yourself and your course (this is your last opportunity to recruit additional students). It is also expected that you share your own international experience (if applicable), your motivations/goals for going abroad, how it affects/ties in with your research, course development, etc.
  • You will be expected to live in the city where your USAC program is located in order to allow you to fully participate in all aspects of the program inside and outside the classroom. VPs are required to stay until the program ends.
  • While on site, you are expected to become a part of the program and/or host community. Please give some thought to how you could contribute to the campus or local community through activities such as giving a presentation to local faculty or the general public, tying in your work with local events, organizing a workshop, etc. There is a lot of room for your own ideas here. Please be aware that, depending on the location, host university campuses may not have as many local faculty members present during the summer months.
  • Upon return, Visiting Professors will complete at least one project to help internationalize their home campus. These projects may include but are not limited to presenting research, writing testimonials or newsletter articles, or giving presentations to faculty or students.

Course Proposals

Summer

1 course will be chosen

Semester

2 courses will be chosen

Please propose at least two courses and up to five. This is your chance to propose a new teaching direction within your area of expertise, a location-specific version of a course you teach in your home department, or some of your most rewarding and interesting courses. This is an opportunity to both improve/refine pre-existing courses and to stretch into new directions and areas. Upon review of your proposed courses, CV, and location preferences, it is possible that you will be asked to teach a course other than your top proposed courses. Keep in mind that after selection, your course will need to be approved at multiple different USAC Affiliate Universities and your own home department. USAC may request a draft syllabus as part of the pre-selection vetting process. For courses to be articulated within the Business School, a terminal degree is required.

Notes for proposing the best courses:

  • Most students are undergraduate sophomore or junior level students that want 300+ courses; however, an introductory course may, on occasion, be appropriate. Graduate level (400/600) are often suitable.
  • Most students will be from the US (with a few international or local students)
  • Foreign language courses (ex. Advanced Spanish) are taught, by design, by local faculty only.
  • Interesting course titles are great! However, make sure the course topic is easily discernable by the title.
  • Refer to the USAC website and/or the current catalog to understand the current course offerings and special areas of focus in a given program location

Consider how your proposed course would fit into the context of the courses offered in that program without duplicating existing courses. USAC courses that are not listed as courses taught by Visiting Professors are typically part of our regular offerings, and whenever possible, your proposed courses would complement, rather than compete, with these courses. The challenge here is to balance the specificity of place and your teaching specialties and interests with the general needs and interests of the student audience attending the program.

A note about outside trips, activities, and surcharges: While we encourage ways to take the students outside the classroom for hands-on learning experiences, USAC has no additional funds budgeted for activities which take place outside the classroom. Keep in mind also that summer terms are so short that it is often difficult to arrange for guest speakers or trips within that timeframe. If your course requires expenses for course-related activities such as additional field trips or activities outside of the classroom, you must indicate that in your course proposal and students will pay a surcharge for taking your course. It is important to balance value with cost. Students may find high fees an obstacle and not enroll in the course for that reason. Please consider this when planning for your course and understand that if you desire to add outside activities at a later date, it may not be possible. It is the responsibility of the Visiting Professor to plan, organize and lead such activities. The Resident Directors abroad will only be able to offer suggestions for the planning and will not be responsible for organizing activities for Visiting Professors.

How to Apply

To apply, please complete all portions of this 2021-22 USAC Visiting Professor Application Form and email by 12/03/19 to:

More Information

For more information about the Visiting Professor Program, contact: