2022 Global Course Connections (GCCs) Proposals are now being accepted
Congratulations on taking the next step to propose a program through CGIS! We know that your schedules are packed with classes, office hours, independent research, and so much more, so in order to make sure this process is as easy as possible, please read the following requirements before downloading the proposal application.
How do I apply?
The CGIS Faculty Proposal Application has now moved to Qualtrics, which you can find the link below. There are 9 sections to this proposal submission that you are required to complete. Each section contains various questions regarding your proposed program as well as downloading, signing, and submitting two documents.
- General Information
- Co-leader General Information (If applicable)
- GCC Proposal Information
- Faculty Leader Site Experience
- GCC On-Campus Course
- Off-campus / On-campus connection
- Departmental Approval Form (Requires Department Chair/Administrator Signatures)
- Program leader Agreement Form (Requires Faculty Signature)
- Document Submission
- Due to the limitations of Qualtrics, it might be more helpful to answer the survey questions on a separate Google doc and paste in your answers after.
- The survey automatically saves so don't panic if you don't see a save button! You can close the link and come back to it as you see fit.
- If you require technical help, please email CGIS Communications Specialist, Stephen Gonzalez (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The deadline to apply is April 15th, 2021 @ 11:59pm
CGIS will begin reviewing applications once the deadline has passed. Whether your application is accepted or not, you'll still hear from us. If you've been selected, you will be asked to meet virtually with the CGIS leadership team and the assigned advisor who you will be working with to discuss your program and what the next steps look like!
If you have any logistical issues with accessing the Faculty Proposal Application or require any accommodations, please e-mail CGIS Communications Specialist Stephen Gonzalez (email@example.com)