GEAC was established in 2010 as an official subcommittee of the College-wide Academic Program and Standards Committee. Members serve a two-year term. The committee meets monthly during the academic year.
GEAC CHARGE AND COMPOSITION
The Dickinson faculty long has been among the most active and engaged in the nation on matters related to Global Study and Education. A dynamic group of faculty, with broad expertise and experience (in terms of geographic regions and disciplinary orientation), the GEAC offers counsel and strategic guidance to the Associate Provost and Executive Director of the Center for Global Study and Engagement. The GEAC's charge includes, inter alia, review of new long-term and short-term program proposals; review and recommendation of faculty candidates for center directorships abroad; advice and feedback on enhancing the International Student experience on campus; review of complex study-abroad applicant files; consultation with study abroad staff regarding non-Dickinson student applications; and consultation on policy considerations related to Global Study at the College.
Roughly seven to eight Dickinson faculty members comprise the Committee, with representation coming from all three divisions of the College and both junior and tenured faculty. Normally, the membership of the Committee includes at least one faculty representative from each division of the College and at least two faculty members contributing to the study of foreign languages. Members of the Committee often have served previously as directors or coordinators of one of the College's long- or short-term education abroad programs or have been closely involved with the College's efforts to attract and retain outstanding international students and scholars. Additionally, the Committee always includes one faculty member presently serving on the APSC. Likewise, the Committee always includes administrators from the Center for Sustainability Education, Academic Advising and Global Accounting to encourage thoughtful coordination of collective international efforts and activities and prudent leveraging of resources.
FALL 2018 Committee Members Include:
- Jeremy Ball, Associate Professor of History, Department of History
- Samantha Brandauer, Associate Provost and Executive Director, Center for Global Study and Engagement
- Katie DeGuzman, Associate Director, Education Abroad, Center for Global Study and Engagement
- Lucile Duperron, Associate Professor of French, French Department
- Tara Fischer, Associate Dean of Academic Advising
- Amity Fox, Associate Dean of Academic Advising
- Ann Hill, Professor of Anthropology, Anthropology Department
- Christine Hock, Accounting Associate, Global & Sponsored Programs
- Marcus Key, Professor of Earth Sciences, Earth Sciences Department
- Neil Leary, Director of Center for Sustainability Education
- Nan Ma, Assistant Professor of East Asian Studies, East Asian Studies Department
- Sonja Paulson, Director International Student/Scholar Services, Center for Global Study and Engagement
- Toby Reiner, Associate Professor of Political Science, Political Science Department