Teaching a study abroad course offers unique challenges not faced in the traditional classroom setting. The Forum on Education Abroad provides resources to you to make the most of your program.
It is important to review the Standards of Conduct for all WKU employees: http://www.wku.edu/policies/docs/148.pdf
Recruiting students is a joint effort among the faculty leaders, the academic departments and colleges, the Office of Study Abroad & Global Learning, and the Study Away office.
WKU faculty members have a wide sphere of influence and can generate a lot of interest in your programs. Word-of-mouth enthusiasm can spread among other students, working to your advantage.
The Study Away staff offers insight and guidance on how to recruit based on years of professional experience and cataloging the proven practices of your colleagues.
Ideas on recruiting (coming soon).
The Study Away Office is here to help make your program work by providing these services: