The International Education Advisory Committee is responsible for advising the Provost on the academic merit, overall value and viability of agreements for international cooperation into which the University may wish to enter. With an awareness of the mission and character of Binghamton University, the committee recommends immediate and long-term directions for the growth and development of international education. The committee also advises the Office of International Programs on the implementation of sound programming and suggests mechanisms for periodic evaluation of Binghamton's international partnerships and study abroad programs.
The IEAC membership includes faculty representatives from the four professional schools, and Harpur sciences, social sciences, humanities, foreign languages, and area studies. There is also representation from the English-as-a-Second Language Program, the Languages Across the Curriculum (LxC) program, the Office of International Student and Scholar Services, and the Provost’s office.
Last Updated: 8/17/09