Information for Faculty and Staff

The rise in student interest in studying abroad is reflected in our growing numbers of applicants and increased student traffic. This requires that program details are easily accessible to all those responsible for advising our students. This website will give you access to information about our programs, cost, and program dates. If you can't find what your looking for, please contact us at 617-373-5276 or

Classroom & Department Visits

If you would like an GEO staff member to make a brief presentation in your classroom or talk to your staff about our programs, please contact our office at

Please include possible dates, time and room location in your email.

2014 Faculty-Led and Dialogue of Civilizations Program

If you are interested in leading a Dialogue of Civilizations program in summer 2014, please email Maureen Underhill ( for forms.

The deadline for submitting proposals and questionnaires is September 16, 2013.

We ask that all faculty interested in leading a 2014 Dialogue of Civilizations program attend one required workshop, as many changes have been made to the proposal submission and budget process.

Dialogue of Civilizations Faculty Workshops

Curriculum and Proposal Development Workshops

Additionally, GEO and a few our of veteran faculty leaders will be holding workshops on curriculum and proposal development for all Faculty who wish to propose Dialogues for summer 2014.

This workshop is optional and it is strongly recommended for all faculty, especially new Dialogue leaders.  The focus of the 1-hour workshops are:

You may attend either or both of the following sessions:

Health and Safety Workshops

In collaboration with relevant on-campus departments, GEO will coordinate and lead two health, safety, and security workshops. Faculty leaders are required to attend these sessions as they prepare for their programs abroad.

For more information on Faculty-Led Dialogue of Civilizations programming, please contact Maureen Underhill (617) 373-6365 or