MCC Daily Tribune

Global Summer Opportunity for Faculty - Deadline to Apply is Friday, May 15

The SUNY Office of Global Affairs and the SUNY COIL Center are seeking self-nominations from faculty to create learning materials for online learning modules.

The modules will focus on intercultural storytelling or one of the following UN SDGs: #1 No Poverty, #3 Good Health and Well-Being; #5 Gender Equality; #10 Reduced Inequalities; #11 Sustainable Cities and Communities; and #13 Climate Action.

In addition to content creators, we are also seeking faculty facilitators to serve as instructors of record for the courses on intercultural storytelling or one of the SDGs.

Faculty will facilitate student learning using the prepared materials and support students in their design and execution of a storytelling project. Faculty will be instructors of record for one course, but will need to be available to support student learning during the entire 6-week period, July 6 - August 15.

The program will also include group projects that engage global community based and nonprofit partners. We invite faculty and staff to nominate partners from around the world who could benefit from a storytelling project conducted in partnership with SUNY students and faculty.

Self-nominate to develop content for one of the SDG focused modules:

Self-nominate to develop content for the Intercultural Storytelling module:

Self-nominate as a facilitator for one of the courses:

Nominate a global partner:

For more information, contact Christina Lee at or visit

Lee, Christina
Global Education & International Services