b'STUDY ABROAD SERVICESP R O V I D I N G H I G H - I M P A C T G L O B A L L E A R N I N G O P P O R T U N I T I E SStudy Abroad Fair, Spring 2023 Not only has UF Study Abroad recoveredSTUDY ABROAD LEADERSHIP from the effects of the COVID-19PROGRAMpandemic; we are thriving. Our 2022- To continue supporting the development 2023 academic year saw a significantof new faculty-led programs, Susanne increase in faculty-led programs, eventsHill, Director of UF Study Abroad,and initiatives, and overall study abroadand Nicole Fuls, Assistant Director of participation. Over 2,900 UniversityFaculty Engagement, expanded upon our of Florida students participated inresources for UF faculty, including the programs to 57 different countries -content of the Study Abroad Leadership everywhere from Italy to Ecuador toProgram (SALP).Oman. After several years of travel bansSALP ran for the first time back in and restrictions, these record-breaking2020 and again in 2022. Its goal is to numbers clearly demonstrate students aresupport and encourage University of interested in going abroad. Florida faculty in developing new study In addition to increased studentabroad programs that 1) complement interest, this year, we also madetheir research interests and expertise significant strides in our relationshipsand 2) fill gaps that exist in our current with various academic colleges andprogram offerings in terms of academic departments, increased our outreach andfocus and location.marketing efforts, and streamlined many of our administrative processes.26 |Global Engagement Report 2023'