Teach a summer session course in Rome, Italy!
John Cabot University (JCU) invites visiting faculty to teach in its summer 2019 sessions. JCU holds two five-week summer sessions every summer and invites visiting faculty from university partners to join in summer teaching.
John Cabot University (JCU) holds two five-week summer sessions every summer and invites visiting faculty from JCU partners to join in summer teaching.
Every summer, JCU has around 40 visiting faculty along with JCU faculty creating a vibrant, collegial, and enjoyable community of educators who continue to work from any of its faculty offices, library, or Tiber Café.
Summer course dates are:
Summer I 2019: May 27 – June 28
Summer II 2019: July 8 – August 9
U.S. citizens may teach for five weeks at JCU without the need for a visa (stays must be less than 90 days); payment is in U.S. dollars with direct deposit to your U.S. bank account and reported to the IRS for the W-2.
Classes are 2 hours a day, 4 days a week for 5 weeks. The class size is normally 5 to 25 students to include both JCU's own degree-seeking students and visiting students.
The course stipend is $4,200 gross that normally is more than enough to cover transportation to Rome and housing for five weeks. Faculty do find their own housing, which is very easy in Rome. Faculty who teach in Summer II may have the option to stay in JCU’s Gianicolo Residence (minors are not allowed).
Should you wish to be considered for summer teaching, please send a CV and cover letter to Dean Mary Merva (firstname.lastname@example.org).
JCU's complete summer schedules and course descriptions are linked below.
The courses currently open for visiting summer teaching are:
Summer I 2019: Classes held May 27 – June 28 (MTWTH, plus one final Friday)
CW/DJRN 346 Creative Writing Workshop: Travel Writing
EC 316 International Economics
FIN 201 Financial Accounting
MA 299 Calculus II
MA 491 Linear Algebra
MKT 320 Integrated Marketing Communications
MKT 340 e-Marketing
Summer II 2019: Classes held July 8 – August 9 (MTWTH, plus one final Friday)
ENGR 213 Engineering Fundamentals: Thermodynamics
PH 210 Philosophy of Ancient Greece and Rome
PS 335 Theories of Personality
SOSC/ITS 226 Rome Modern City
posted by iponicsan [2018-11-28]
Ivonne Ponicsan, MA