a. Coordinates information and recommends to the Associate Provost for Global Engagement policies and plans for:
• Global engagement programming (such as study abroad, as well as internship, co-op, and service learning opportunities);
• International Student and Scholar Services;
• Other activities and opportunities related to the comprehensive internationalization of the campus.
b. The elected faculty members on the committee serve as the curriculum committee for International Studies (IS) and are thereby authorized to develop and review proposals for IS courses and curricula, and submit them to either the University’s Undergraduate or Graduate Curriculum Committee (as appropriate) for approval.
c. Subcommittees are chartered by the Council as needed; each of these subcommittees will have at least one member selected from the voting membership of the Council.
d. The Council on Global Engagement shall meet at least twice per academic year.