Please note: This call, the FAQs, and the apps have been forwarded to CMCL Grad Students.
A MULTILINGUAL, MULTINATIONAL, MULTICULTURAL, AND MULTIDISCIPLINARY UNDERGRADUATE RESIDENCE AT IU
A Call for Course Proposals for Spring 2013
Indiana University’s Global Village Living-Learning Center is seeking faculty and advanced graduate students to submit proposals for courses to be taught SPRING 2013. Proposed courses must consider contemporary global topics or issues using a multidisciplinary approach. Recent Global Village courses include:
Ø Global Celebrations
Ø Diseases that Changed the World: How Epidemics Impact Society
Ø Guitar Culture Around the World
Ø International Drug Control Policy
Ø History of Hell in the West
Ø Manifestos: Persuading Unbelievers and Inciting Revolutions
Ø Global Media, Consumerism, and Commercial Nation Making
All seminars earn students 3 credits toward graduation, carry distribution credit (CASE A&H or CASE S&H), are limited to a maximum of 20 students, and are open to all IU undergraduates. Classes meet in the classrooms of the Global Village in Foster-Martin, which are equipped with a computer, DVD and VHS video, video projector, a standard overhead projector, multiple chalkboards, and wireless access. The Global Village offers full administrative support as well. Instructors are compensated on a per course basis; instructor perks include fee remission, health insurance, a parking pass, and meal points for dining with students.
Eligibility: Applicants must be advanced graduate students in the College of Arts & Sciences who do not hold another AI, GA, or teaching/staff appointment for the Spring 2013 semester. International students must confirm their work eligibility with the Office of International Services before applying for the position.
Teach a Course of Your Own Design
An information session for graduate students interested in proposing a course for Spring 2013 will be held Wednesday, February 1st, 2012 from 6:00–6:45pm in the Global Village, Foster Martin 012B classroom (1000 N. Fee Lane). Attendance is highly encouraged.
When submitting a proposal, please include the following:
· a completed Global Village Cover Sheet (pages 3 and 4 of this document)
· a current curriculum vitae
· a detailed course syllabus including:
o a course description
o proposed methods of assessment
o the learning objectives of the course (see FAQs)
o potential reading/viewing list
o types of assignments to be completed
o an indication of A&H or S&H
Note: Please have your CV proofed by your graduate advisor or the Career Development Center and have your syllabus proofed by your graduate advisor or Campus Instructional Consulting.
Make sure that your course addresses contemporary global topics and uses a multi-disciplinary approach.
Materials can be emailed as attachments to Assistant Director Lauren Caldarera at email@example.com. If you have any questions about the Global Village or our teaching opportunities, please feel free to contact us at 812-855-4552. The deadline for submission for courses to be taught SPRING 2013 is Wednesday, February 15, 2012.
What is the Global Village?
Indiana University’s Global Village Living-Learning Center is an undergraduate residence hall committed to preparing students with a broad range of international interests for life in the globalized world of the 21st century. Open to all IU students—freshmen through seniors—the Global Village strives to expand student knowledge of foreign languages and cultures and world affairs, prepare students for study and travel overseas, and assist students in accessing IU’s and Bloomington’s vast international resources. With the guidance of an internationally experienced staff and the support of the College of Arts and Sciences, the Global Village helps prepare IU students to become tomorrow’s global leaders.
Learn more at www.indiana.edu/~college/global/