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Penn Abroad Program in Seville, Spain: Fall 2007

The Office of International Programs (OIP) will be appointing a University of Pennsylvania faculty member with a strong commitment to undergraduate education to teach a course at its study abroad program in Seville, Spain during the fall 2007 semester.

The program, a consortium of the University of Michigan,  Cornell University, and Penn, enrolls up to 45 students each term; students select their courses from among those offered at the Universidad de Sevilla and at the program center. Program center courses, including the one to be taught by the Penn faculty member, relate to some aspect in Spanish or Latin American culture, history, or politics. Students participating in the program are expected to have completed at least six semesters of university-level Spanish or the equivalent, and all courses, including those at the program center, are taught in Spanish. 

Benefits of the position include round-trip airfare to Seville and related ground transportation costs and accommodation in the faculty apartment in Seville from mid-August 2007 to late December 2007. The faculty member’s salary and benefits remain the home department’s responsibility.

To be considered for the position, interested faculty should submit a letter of application, brief course description, and curriculum vitae to Ms. Shannon Connelly, Overseas Program Manager, Penn Abroad, 3701 Chestnut Street, Suite 1, Philadelphia, PA 19104, shannona@pobox.upenn.edu, by October 1, 2006.  Please note that this is a single-semester appointment only. OIP will next be recruiting for this position for the spring 2009 term.

 

 



 
  Almanac, Vol. 53, No. 1, July 11, 2006

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