Faculty and staff can play a pivotal role in international education at the University of Colorado Denver, from leading Global Study programs, to mentoring overseas research projects, to encouraging students to study abroad, incorporating students international experiences into the classroom, and much more. Research indicates that study abroad transforms students’ lives, resulting in improved academic performance, increased engagement, fueled students’ “worldliness,” and enhanced their personal life satisfaction, among other impacts. We welcome you to be part of these extraordinary educational opportunities. Your support and experience is invaluable to students seeking to engage in a global economy and society.
We encourage you to meet with us to see how you can:
Global Study programs are academically rigorous, culturally relevant learning opportunities delivered outside the United States by CU Denver faculty.
The Office of Global Education recognizes and appreciates the numerous ways advisors help promote international education. Many students learn about international opportunities through their advisors.
The CU Denver Global Education Advisory Committee was formed in 2016. Comprised of faculty, staff, and students from both the Anschutz and Downtown Denver campuses, GEAC collaborates with the Office of Global Education (OGE) to review short-term global program proposals, update policies related to international education, promote internationalization at the university, and more.