Hubbard Faculty Travel Fund

school study abroad travel fund

The Leverett Marsden Hubbard Family Teaching Faculty Sabbatical Travel Fund, named for former Wilbraham & Monson Academy Trustee Leverett Marsden Hubbard, was established in 2001 by his son Leverett Hubbard. The purpose of the fund is to help reward and retain full-time upper school teachers at the Academy. The fund provides travel grants of up to $5,000 to full-time teaching faculty members who have completed five years of classroom teaching and who will return as a classroom teacher the following year. The fund is intended to help faculty become more aware of the interdependent world in which we live and to develop an understanding of different countries, especially those of our international students.

Travel must be mission-based (tied to culture and education) and take place outside of the United States. The grant’s purpose is to help faculty become more aware of the interdependent world in which we live and to develop an understanding of different countries, especially those from whom our nation has derived our culture and heritage.


 

 

 

Check out photos and stories from the latest travel adventures

England: The Dziura family explored London and Shakespeare

Italy: Liz Fontaine Squindo explores global community.

Italy: Wendy Decker explores the history of Italian art and architecture

Ireland: Billy Rosenbeck enjoys a friendly experience in Dublin

England: John Lombard connects to the British Countryside

China: Fred Gao offers a comparative study of Xi'an and Beijing