Internationalizing the Curriculum

Award Name: 
Internationalizing the Curriculum
Award Description: 
As part of an on-going effort to internationalize the curriculum at KU, International Programs offers an $850 stipend to tenured and tenure-track faculty who develop a new international course or significantly revise an existing course to make it more international. All courses are eligible, but courses taught mainly to undergraduate students, and those which will reach a substantial amount of students, will receive preference. All proposed courses must be taught on the Lawrence or Edwards campus. Proposals for study abroad courses will not be considered.
Award Unit: 
KU Units
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Award Owner: 
Office of International Programs
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Award Call: 
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Award Summary: 
Develop or revise an international course.
Award Application Process: 
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