Virtual Faculty Development

CFHI offers virtual and place-based opportunities for faculty to develop and improve their Global Health offerings for students. Teaching and facilitating global health programs requires knowledge of theories, practices, frameworks, and collaborations that often go beyond expertise in academic subject matter. CFHI's faculty development opportunities help faculty and their administrative team members to gain essential 'how-to's' of integrating experiential learning experiences into coursework and programs. Programs often cover many aspects of global health programs- logistical, financial, ethical, safety, assessment/evaluation, competency-based education and more.

We invite you to access Interdependence: Global Solidarity and Local Actions offered by the Community-based Global Learning Collaborative. Interdependence is a new, growing, and adapting collection of online learning activities and critical civic tools designed to deepen college-level learners’ understanding of  and engagement with ethical interdependence. The resources include tools that support ethical engagement across cultures and power differentials as learners, researchers, and organizers.