The Role of Faculty Study Abroad Directors: A Case Study

Matthew L. Goode
2007 Frontiers  
This study explores the issues facing study abroad faculty directors at one undergraduate, liberal arts college in the United States; referred to in this article as North American College. This particular college was selected because it had been successful at recruiting its students for study abroad programs: 70% of the graduating class of 2005 studied abroad at some time during their years at NAC.
doi:10.36366/frontiers.v15i1.224 fatcat:xdggm4xmfreqzfnjov4jcaekby