International Education Development Committee - UTDPP1107
The International Education Development Committee (IEDC) is a university-wide standing committee appointed by the President.
The IEDC is dedicated to strengthening and to enriching the development of strategic international programs and institutional partnerships that contribute to UT Dallas’ mission. IEDC members include representatives from across campus, including faculty members, administrative leaders, and international education specialists. The committee meets once per month as necessary to review and to discuss strategic issues of UT Dallas internationalization, including the feasibility of proposed international programs and international partnerships.
Programs and partnerships under the purview of this committee include, but are not limited to: education-abroad programs, faculty-led international programs, reciprocal student exchange agreements, affiliation agreements, degree program agreements, dual degree program agreements (undergraduate and graduate), and Cotutelle agreements.
- Establishes guidelines and processes, suggests policy recommendations to the Council for Undergraduate Education/Council on Graduate Education, as appropriate, and The Committee on Educational Policy and proposes institutional structures to support a holistic, strategic approach to international programs and partnerships.
- Evaluates the design and implementation of international programs and partnerships to support alignment with established institutional criteria, professional standards, best practices, and institutional mission.
- Reviews new international program and partnership proposals and makes recommendations to the Provost and President for final approval.
The Committee will be composed of the following members appointed by the President: four faculty, nominated by the Committee on Committees for two-year staggered terms, the Dean of Undergraduate Education, the Dean of Graduate Studies, a designee from the Hobson Wildenthal Honors College, the Vice President for Research, the University Registrar, the Assistant Vice President for International Programs, the SACSCOC Liaison, the Director of Admissions, the International Partnership Development Director or their designee, and the Director of Education Abroad or their designee, a graduate student representative nominated by Student Government, and an undergraduate student representative nominated by Student Government. The Assistant Vice President for International Programs will chair the Committee. All members will serve as voting members regarding policy recommendations; the Director of Admissions, the University Registrar, the International Partnership Development Director or their designee, and the Director of Education Abroad or their designee will serve as non-voting members regarding partnership agreements. The term of office for Committee members will be for two years. The Provost will serve as the Responsible University Official for this committee.
- Issued: 2017-09-12