Little research has been devoted to critiques of study abroad programming coming from faculty perspectives. This research examines faculty critiques of study abroad arising from proposed changes in general studies education that would allow students to substitute study abroad for "global studies" coursework that specifically covers topics related to non-Western societies. While faculty are generally supportive of study abroad, opposition to this proposed policy change highlight questions of study abroad's role in higher education.
Ingram, Ethan, "UNDERSTADING "INTERNATIONAL": FACULTY PERSPECTIVES ON STUDY ABROAD AND GLOBAL STUDIES EDUCATION" (2014). ISU Ethnography of the University Initiative. Paper 7.