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    The UC Education Abroad Program is currently looking for 17 directors for programs in the following countries: Egypt, France, Germany, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Netherlands, Russia, Scandinavia (Denmark/Sweden), Spain, UK/I London, and Vietnam.
    All tenured faculty members of the Academic Senate, including lecturers with security of employment, and emeriti faculty may apply. Fluency in the language of the host country and a broad knowledge of the host country are major qualifications; length of appointment varies from one-semester to one-year and two-year appointments, depending on the program. The deadline for submitting applications is Oct. 8.
    An Education Abroad Study Center director helps to provide global training for the next generation of California leaders. He or she works for harmonious relations with UC's partner universities and serves as instructor of record for academic work undertaken by EAP students. Directors also identify distinctive learning opportunities at EAP's partner institutions and provide expert analysis of international educational systems and institutions.
    For more information visit http://www.eap.ucsb.edu/faculty/index.html ; for an application form, contact Suzanne King at academicaffairs@uoeap.ucsb.edu.