USAC Visiting Professorship Awards Announced
March 11, 2019
The International Programs Office is pleased to announce the U of I faculty who have been selected as visiting professors to teach on University Studies Abroad Consortium (USAC) 2020-2021 programs.
- Joseph De Angelis (Sociology & Anthropology) Santiago, Chile — fall 2020
- Jennifer Ladino (English) Pau, France — spring 2021
- Marta Boris Tarre (Modern Languages & Cultures) Alicante, Spain — fall 2020
- Thomas Drake (English) Bilbao, Spain — spring 2021
- Stephen Miller (Law - Boise) Shanghai, China — summer 2020
- Hana Johnson (Business) Heredia, Costa Rica — summer 2020
- Leontina Hormel (Sociology & Anthropology) Havana, Cuba — summer 2020
- Rachel Halverson (Modern Languages & Cultures) Luneburg, Germany — summer 2020
- Diane Kelly-Riley (English) Cork, Ireland – summer 2020
- Daniel Eveleth (Management & Human Resources) Verona, Italy — summer 2020
Faculty interested in USAC Visiting Professorships may contact Bob Neuenschwander (firstname.lastname@example.org) in the International Programs Office for more information and applications. The application deadline for 2021-2022 USAC programs is Dec. 2, 2019.
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