Faculty Advisor Group

New to teaching abroad?

CCSA is a great place to get started!

Since 1982 CCSA has been assisting faculty and staff with programs in England, Ireland, Scotland, Belize, Australia, South Africa, Hong Kong and India. In that time CCSA has grown into a great community of both current and former faculty and staff with extensive knowledge in education abroad.

CCSA Advisors are available to assist you with:

Jeffrey Williams, PhD

CCSA Academic Director

Jeffrey Williams has been a professor of history at Northern Kentucky University since 1972 and served as Department Chair of History & Geography from 2001 to 2009. He was awarded the Ph.D. in history from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, where he completed a dissertation on 19th century Scottish political history.

Since 1982, Jeffrey has been a board member and frequent teacher in the Cooperative Center for Study Abroad (CCSA). He has taught the History of London in the CCSA London Summer program on nine different occasions and served as a director of various CCSA programs in London, Scotland, Ireland and Australia.

Contact Jeffrey Williams via the form to get started.

Faculty Advisory Group


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  • Raymond Hebert

    Thomas More College

    - Ireland

  • Ruth Beattie

    University of Kentucky

    - Australia, Natural Sciences

  • Mickey Wadia

    Austin Peay State University

    - London, English Literature, Theatre

  • Doug Hume

    Northern Kentucky University

    - Belize, Social/Behavioral Sciences

  • Rick Kopp

    Georgetown College

    - Belize, Natural Sciences

  • Jeffrey Williams

    Northern Kentucky University (emeritus)

    - Scotland, History, Course Planning

  • Samuel Faulkner

    Morehead State University

    - London, Course Planning

  • Susan Jones

    Western Kentucky University

    - London, Dublin, Nursing/Healthcare

  • P. Andrew Miller

    Northern Kentucky University

    - London, Enlish Literature

  • Dr. David Pizzo

    Murray State University

    - South Africa, History