Global Education Committee
Mandate from Policy B2.0
The Global Education Committee will serve as the university level liaison between the Rochester campus and global RIT locations and will advise Senate on governance issues as they affect RIT global locations. The committee will also work with relevant administrative entities to facilitate and encourage international activities by RIT faculty and students, including research and study abroad. The committee shall consist of one faculty member per college, each to be elected by their collegial faculty; one faculty member from each global campus, elected by their local faculty; the associate provost of International Education and Global Programs (non-voting). Elected members will serve three-year terms, with at most two consecutive terms.
Charges for AY2022
1. Investigate and report to the Faculty Senate how the scholarship and research needs of the faculty on the global campuses (e.g., access to databases, possibility of course release time to support research) are currently being met. Include recommendations for action as appropriate. (Carry-Over charge from AY 2021)
2. Define the appropriate scope, with rationales, to collect and report RIT faculty engagement in international professional activities.
3. Investigate and develop a recommendation for a sustainable process to track and report RIT faculty engagement in international professional activities.
4. Follow up with RIT and Global Campuses to clarify and document “change” in the curriculum and develop a guide for both course content and program curriculum.
Julius J. Chiavaroli
Chair, AY 2021-22
2022-2025 (2nd Term)
Assoc. Provost of Intl. Education and Global Programs
International Campus Representatives