The Fulbright Scholar is expected to teach:
- one 24 hour course (2-4 hours per week – 20/30 students) to the undergraduate and master students (Department of Sciences and Technologies, Department of Engineering, Department of Economics)
- one 25 hour module to the students of the PhD curricula carried out in the Departments of Science, Engineering, and Economy at Parthenope University (limited to 15-20 students).
Students have their own books, internet access, and laptops, but reading material from the visiting Professor is welcome. The choice of the course contents depends on the Scholar’s specific expertise and will be agreed upon with the Fulbright Program Coordinator at the host university. After agreement is reached, a syllabus for both courses will be required.
Other grant activity:
The visiting Scholar is expected to provide the undergraduate students with an overall picture of the organization of American undergraduate and graduate curricula in the United States, in order to enable the students to decide about spending a study period in the United States.
The Scholar is expected to interact with some of the PhD students, suggesting options, research pathways, hypotheses, and other tutorial activities, and supervising presentations and seminars.
Finally, he/she is also expected and warmly invited to interact with local Researchers in the same field as well as with Faculty of undergraduate and PhD students, in order to promote and/or implement new bilateral research options and training curricula in the field.