Episode 1: Faculty-Led 360
On episode 1 of the Innovating Faculty-Led Programs podcast, Melanie McCallon Seib, Director of Education Abroad at Murray State University, and Bill Holmes, Associate Vice President of International Education at Wright State University, talk about challenges and opportunities for faculty-led programs, a unique experience for students with disabilities, studying sign language in France, and the genesis of their Faculty-Led 360 practical guide for faculty.
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Hosts & Guests
Melanie McCallon Seib
Faculty-Led 360: Guide to Successful Study Abroad* by Melanie McCallon and Bill Holmes
NAFSA: Association of International Educators
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