In this section, you will see different offices, programs, and individuals to help you through the proposal process and beyond. Remember that it takes a community to make this work, so reach out to the experts for guidance and support.
Faculty-Leader – By submitting this step, you 1) have completed and attached the Short-Term Education Abroad Program Proposal Form; 2) Attached a brief rationale for the proposed program; 3) Attached a proposed budget; 4) Accept
responsibility for the academic content and quality of the academic components of this proposed program; 5) Accept responsibility for the proper technical and financial conduct of the associated program costs; 6) Acknowledge and accept
responsibility for compliance with the IUP Office of International Education, Education Abroad procedures regarding travel with students; 7) Assure arrangements have been made for any items requiring special consideration by your department,
dean, provost, OIE, etc.; 8) Acknowledge and accept responsibility for maintaining timely correspondence regarding updates, changes and required submissions with the OIE, Bursar’s Office, Travel Office, Procurement Services, etc.;
9) Accept responsibility for all aspects of program: academics, reports, regulatory compliance, student conduct, university policies, and financial management.
Department Chair or Designee – By approving this program proposal, you are certifying that 1) the proposed program is appropriate and supported academically by the department; 2) The faculty-leader has discussed this proposal with
you, including the academic components, all financial aspects, and salary and/or compensation; 3) You have discussed clear expectations of the faculty-leader regarding the aspects of the program, including any support to be provided
by the department.