Resource Library

Below you will find documents that will be helpful to reference after the Overseas Seminar and Faculty-Initiated Program (FIP) selection process. 

Administrative Timeline

The 18-month planning process for seminars and FIPs includes a series of deadlines and important meetings. Please reference this schedule frequently. In the event of a change to the timeline, BOSP will upload an updated version and will notify you via email of the change.

Logistics and Itinerary Development

The first step of program development is to outline all of the components that make up a seminar/FIP (e.g. guest lecturers, site visits, classroom or lecture space). BOSP works with third-party program providers to coordinate the logistics for every seminar/FIP. Faculty Leaders will complete the Logistics Development and Itinerary Form with as many details as possible. This form will then be used to request proposals from program providers . 

BOSP Faculty and Seminar Assistant Handbook

The handbook is a valuable resource with information to guide Faculty and Program Assistants before, during and after your seminar/FIP. The handbook is organized into three sections: Pre-Departure, On-the-Ground, and Upon Your Return. 

Certification for Student Travel

In order for graduate student Seminar Assistants to receive their travel advance, the faculty must complete a Student Certification form that certifies the airfare is for a university purpose. 

More Information

If you have any questions or comments, please contact BOSP's Special Program Coordinators.

Email: bospspecialprograms@lists.stanford.edu
Phone: (650) 723-3558