OPENING A FACULTY-LED PROGRAM
GLi works with faculty interested in the design and implementation of unique food and sustainability-related study abroad programs in Italy. By working with us, faculty will benefit from:
Our Multifaceted Asset
Faculty, study abroad directors and administrators concur that Gustolab International Food Systems and Sustainability (GLI) is essential to their students’ academic enrichment.
To learn more about current extensive academic resources and syllabi, as well as to start the conversation about creating an academic food and sustainability related study abroad program, please Contact Us ›.
If you want to know more about how to become an affiliated university and the opportunities deriving from partnering with GLi visit the Affiliated Universities Webpage ›
VISITING PROFESSOR APPOINTMENTS
Gustolab International Food Systems and Sustainability invites statements of interest from visiting faculty who would like to teach food-related courses in Italy. We have spring, summer, and fall programs, as well as short-term programs. Our courses attract bright students from across the United States (and beyond).
Please send us a message outlining your background as well as teaching and research interests and experience. We would be happy to discuss a visiting appointment. Contact us ›
Are you a Professor visiting Italy?
We also welcome visitors to our programs in Italy. Please let us know if you would like to visit us and, perhaps, to sit in on a class or field trip. We would be happy to give students the opportunity to listen to your lecture and to learn about an additional aspect of one of the topics we teach.
FOR RESEARCHERS AND SCHOLARS
The mission of Gustolab International Food Systems and Sustainability (GLI) is to promote research and education on food studies and sustainability, especially as it relates to experiential programs for undergraduate or graduate students, as well as for faculty. We have excellent networks across Italy and can assist researchers in establishing contacts. We also have visiting teaching appointments which can be used to explore or develop research projects.
For more information visit our dedicated webpage ›