How can you work with GEO?
GEO is committed to global engagement as a fundamental component of the student experience, and recognizes its vital role in faculty development and research excellence. To support this, GEO offers academic programs and a broad range of services customized to the specific needs of faculty at both the University of Oregon and across the country, on the campuses of our institutional partners.
Utilizing our extensive infrastructure abroad—including outstanding local networks comprised of site directors, faculty, and staff—the GEO team works with faculty and campus partners to create academically integrated global education experiences for their students. Whether you are looking for full support in the design and implementation of faculty-led programs, seeking program enhancements such as guest lecturers, need input on excursions to complement course curriculum, or require classroom facilities and limited, on-site logistical assistance, GEO will realize your vision of a customized program and help ensure its success.
Benefits of working with GEO
Our dedicated staff of international education professionals welcomes the opportunity to collaborate with you on the development of programs that integrate well with the academic, co-curricular, and cultural strengths of our GEO centers around the world. The benefits of working with GEO are many, including:
- GEO infrastructure and staff at home and abroad
- Comprehensive risk management
- Recruitment and enrollment support
Our GEO Centers
In collaboration with our partner institutions, GEO is pleased to offer programs customized to the specific need of individual departments and faculty, utilizing our existing infrastructure abroad at the following sites:
|Rosario, Argentina||Angers, France|
|Accra, Ghana||Athens, Grecce|
|Siena, Italy||Querétaro, México|
|Fes, Morocco||Oviedo, Spain|
|Segovia, Spain||London, UK|
Other Resources for Faculty and Academic Units
Grants for Staff
Global Education Oregon (GEO) is accepting applications from all UO staff (OAs and classified employees)
to serve as study abroad program assistants at select locations.
Fall 2019 deadline is March 15, 2018.