Resources for Faculty

The College of Professional and Global Education supports the enrichment, growth and development of California State University, Los Angeles’ faculty and staff by providing pathways to global opportunities for teaching, conducting research, joint learning between universities and the international exchange of scholars and ideas. 

Faculty-Led Study Abroad and International Service Learning Programs - Winter & Summer 2017

Call for Proposals

The College of Professional and Global Education (PaGE) seeks proposals for the development of self-support, faculty-led study abroad and international service learning programs during the winter and summer 2017 terms with the goal of increasing Cal State LA student participation in study abroad and international service learning programs.

Faculty Eligibility
All full-time appointed faculty is invited to submit proposals. Before submitting proposals, faculty should first consult with their department chairs to ensure that such programs are supported by the department. College deans or their designee must also support these efforts.

Competitive Priorities:

  • Course(s) fulfills major, minor or general education degree requirements
  • Proposes locations in which the faculty has experience and expertise
  • Offers opportunities in countries or regions in which Cal State LA has little or no currently study abroad programming
  • Provides increased accessibility of study abroad
Click below to download proposal materials:



Review will be conducted by staff from the College of Professional and Global Education and members of the Cal State LA Council on International Programs. The review committee will consult with Department Chairs, Associate Deans, and Deans in the review process. The review committee may conduct an interview with the proposer of the program.

A stipend of $2,500 will be provided for developing the program. These funds are to support faculty participation in providing short-term study abroad and international service learning courses.

Previous awardees are eligible to receive a new stipend if the location and course description is different from the previous award. It will be up to the discretion of the Council on International Programs to make this determination. 


  • Program will be offered via self-support during Summer Session 2016
  • Department accepts responsibility for the curriculum and quality of instruction
  • Faculty and department will be responsible for all curriculum development and approval processes
  • Instructor must demonstrate knowledge of international education
  • Instructor should have a comprehensive understanding of the country or countries in which the program will take place
  • Instructor will submit course to the appropriate campus committee for approval
  • Instructor will meet regularly with a designated member of the International Office

Letter of Agreement
Faculty selected for this initiative will sign a Letter of Agreement outlining the development timeline and the list of deliverables for program proposals that have been accepted for funding.

Submission Deadlines
 Winter 2017 Proposals are due by April 1, 2016
Summer 2017 Proposals are due by May 15, 2016
Faculty must meet with Amy Wang, Director of the International Office, prior to submitting a proposal.

If you would like further consultation or need more information about this initiative,
please contact Amy Wang, Director of the International Office at
or call (323) 343-3170.


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2016-17 Resident Directorship Positions - CSU International Programs 

2016-17 Faculty Opportunities

The opportunity of a lifetime!

CSU is currently offering international Resident Directorship opportunities to its faculty members.   
The application deadline is December 1, 2014. Applications and reference forms must be received in OIP by that date. Applications received after that date may not be included in the applicant pool. OIP cannot accept electronic applications. Please see below for position eligibilty requirements and steps to applying. 
Resident Directorship 
in China, France, Italy and Spain for 2016-17. 

Elegibility Requirements: 

  • Tenured or tenure track faculty in a full-time teaching or administrative position. Faculty Participating in the Faculty Early Retirement Program (FERP) faculty are not full-time and therefore are not eligible to apply.
  • A faculty member already appointed to a resident director position may not apply for a resident director position for the next two years.
  • Appropriate terminal degree for the candidate's discipline.
  • Appropriate overseas experience.
  • Appropriate foreign language skills. Language Self-Evaluation: Each applicant will submit a self-evaluation of his/her own language skills, if applicable. A language professional will conduct a brief (15- 20 minutes) independent interview with the applicant in the appropriate foreign language immediately preceding the applicant's interview with the Faculty Affairs Committee. 
  • Interview dates have been set for February 19-20, 2015. Interviews are conducted on-site at the Chancellor's Office in Long Beach. Individuals should not submit an application if they know they will not be available for interview on either of these dates. 
Steps to access 2016-17 Resident Director Application:
2. Click About IP
3. Select CSU Faculty & Staff
4. In 1st Paragraph in red, click International Programs Pages on CSYou. (This will take you to your CSYou Portal, sign in under your campus, if you haven’t already, and it should take you to the International Programs page)
Left Column, click Resident Director Opportunities
5. Under “What is the application process” you will find the Download for the 2016-17 RD Application


For more information please contact Cal State LA's ACIP Representative:

Hyojoung Kim, Ph.D.
Director, Center for Korean American and Korean Studies
Professor, Department of Sociology
California State University, Los Angeles
(Office) 323-343-5768