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Yakutat, Alaska USA - Shoreline probe samples being taken from a boat.

Yakutat, Alaska USA - Shoreline probe samples being taken from a boat. The probe is linux based (embedded) and has a built-in accelerometer. This device was invented by Dr. Nina Stark.

Initiating a Collaboration with an International Partner?

Propose a new agreement to support research and teaching activities with an international partner.

Hosting an International Visitor? Please contact Lindy Cranwell for questions.

International Travel Forms, Requirements and Procedures

CEE Faculty members may contact Lindy Cranwell, lindycra@vt.edu, for help and planning of international travel and programs.

Employees Traveling Abroad

In CEE, faculty and staff should work with their respective program administration staff to process a travel approval (TA) 30 days prior to travel. If you are traveling on short-notice, please email Allie Oberoi vtglobalsafety@vt.edu in addition to processing the TA. Your program area administrator can help with the travel approval system.

Faculty-Led Group For Credit—Faculty/staff member leading a group of two or more students overseas on a trip for credit. Examples: study abroad, for-credit research, course required field-trip.

Faculty-Led Group Not For Credit—Faculty/staff member leading a group of two or more students overseas on a trip not for credit. Examples: Service-learning, competitions, conferences, research (not for credit).

NOTE that Individual Students Going Abroad–Student is traveling alone (or with only one faculty member) for internships, research, & conferences have their own paper procedure.

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