General: To assist the Office of International Programs in compiling and maintaining up-to-date information concerning all aspects of international education available to faculty, staff and students of the University of West Georgia. The Advisory committee will, in collaboration with the Center Director, develop policies, procedures, and communication strategies consistent with the goal of expanding the internationalization of UWG activities.
The committee will have 10 members chosen as follows: members will be nominated by the Deans of the Colleges of Arts and Sciences, Business and Education and approved by the Vice-President for Academic Affairs with a least one member chosen from each College. Nominees should be faculty members involved in some aspect of international/overseas education. They will serve two-year renewable terms. One half of the current seats will expire in the spring of 2003, the other half in 2004 with the two-year rotation to begin thereafter. Ex officio members include: University legal counsel, International Student Advisor, International Program Center Director, Dean of the Honors College or representative, Dean of the Graduate College or representative, a representative of the Comptroller’s Office, and heads of all Study Abroad programs.
The committee will meet the first week in September/October/November/February and March. Votes must pass by majority vote of the members with quorum present at the meetings.
Chair: The chair will be elected at the March meeting for a