Opportunities for Faculty
College of International and Extended Studies (CIES) provides financial support in the form of grants for $2000 per course to instructors who want to develop and teach an online course in any of our special session programs (new/proposed or existing) or in summer intersession.
Summer Session provides a unique opportunity for instructors to teach courses offered for college credit during one of three convenient time frames:
Session I: June 1, 2015 – August 7, 2015 (ten-week)
Session II: June 1, 2015 – July 2, 2015 (five-week)
Session III: July 6, 2015 – August 7, 2015 (five-week)
Winter Session is a compacted session between the Fall and Spring semesters, offering degree credit courses and some short courses. You can teach courses that enable students to earn upto four units within 2 weeks in Winter Intersession and get going for Spring semester!
CIES partners with faculty to offer quality Professional Development or CEU programs to the professional students. Submit your course proposal via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to the College of International & Extended Studies at One Washington Square, San Jose, CA 95192-0135 to arrive at least 3 weeks in advance of the start date of your program.
Spartans Online offers a program called "High Demand Courses Online" to provide courses that SJSU students need to progress in their educational goals. Working with Spartans Online, deans, chairs, and faculty identify the courses and instructors to participate in this program. All courses are offered fully online.
Faculty-Led Programs (FLPs) are organized by SJSU faculty members to different parts of the world every summer. FLPs provide short term study abroad experiences (approximately two to eight weeks long abroad) to students while they are enrolled and engaged in a course or courses relevant to their place of travel. FLPs are offered during the summer term and they are intended not only to provide a more affordable and short-term study abroad opportunity for SJSU students, but also to provide an opportunity for SJSU faculty to expand their field knowledge, gain international teaching experience, and establish or reconnect with overseas colleagues and contacts while helping to build a more international SJSU curriculum.
The Silicon Valley Center for Global Studies (SVCGS) brings an important new dimension in international scholarship to the heart of Silicon Valley. It offers 5 types of US Fulbright Programs which are The Fulbright Arctic Initiative, Fulbright Postdoctoral Scholar Awards, US Fulbright Scholar Core Program, US Fulbright Specialist Program and US Fulbright Fellow Program bringing together a network of scholars, and applied researchers from all over the world.
Each year the SJSU Salzburg Program selects a group of faculty, staff, and administrators to serve as SJSU Salzburg Fellows and a group of students to serve as SJSU Salzburg Scholars. Both groups are sent to a Global Citizenship Program session each summer, either a faculty/admin session or a student session, following which they are expected to spend the subsequent academic year working together on a mix of individual and group projects to help globalize the University through the SJSU Salzburg Mentoring Program.