To participate in developing and executing policies and plans for integrating a culture of global engagement into the curriculum and life of the College.
To work with administrative offices and other faculty committees to implement global literacies and skills into the College curriculum.
To advise and make recommendations as appropriate regarding the work of the Center for International and Cultural Education (CICE).
To collaborate with CICE, the College Assessment Director, and other campus units in articulating, assessing, and promoting student learning outcomes for off-campus study.
To maintain the GEC Policy Manual to guide off-campus teaching curriculum, policies, and procedures.
To consider and approve proposals for new and repeat for-credit, off-campus January term courses, and semester off-campus programs. Particular attention will be paid to their conformance to the GEC Policy Manual. When proposed for a semester program, such courses will be submitted to the Course Approval Subcommittee.
To work in collaboration with other campus units to encourage and support hiring decisions and retention goals that promote geographic representation domestically and internationally, discipline-specific diversity, and representation from underrepresented groups.
To work in collaboration with other campus units to periodically assess the College’s progress on achieving its curricular and institutional goals for global engagement.