ACADEMIC AFFAIRS | Join us as we imagine the possibilities for comprehensive internationalization at LMU. The Office of Global-Local Initiatives invites all faculty and staff to apply to participate in an ACE Internationalization Lab Working Group to advance LMU’s internationalization goals. Our aim is for the Working Groups to reflect the diversity of ranks, disciplines, and demographics across schools/colleges and offices/units. The charges for each of the five Working Group are below. Applications are due on Nov. 18, 2019. A link to the application can be found here.
Articulated Institutional Commitment, Structure, and Staffing: Analyze LMU’s existing articulated goals for campus internationalization compared to peer institutions. Identify the necessary structures and resources needed at LMU for a comprehensive, sustainable internationalized campus.
Collaboration and Partnerships: Inventory and review LMU’s current international and local partnerships. Identify ways to evaluate existing partnerships and develop a process to establish priorities for new strategic partnerships.
Curriculum, Co-curriculum, and Student Learning Outcomes: Inventory and review the current international curricular and co-curricular efforts at LMU. Identify the challenges and opportunities to increase high-impact global learning experiences for LMU students.
Education Abroad: Evaluate current campus engagement with education abroad programs among faculty, staff, and students based on academic areas and destinations. Identify the necessary support structures and resources to grow and enhance participation in education abroad opportunities.
Faculty/Staff Development, Policies, and Procedures: Inventory and review global learning support structures, policies, and practices for LMU faculty and staff. Identify the challenges and opportunities to better support faculty and staff in their internationalization efforts.