Committee: Education Abroad Regulatory Practice (EA RP) Committee
Term Dates: Three year term
In the first year, the chair-designate assists the chair in managing the work of the EA RP Committee, ensuring that the interests of the field are being well served and that the committee meets the assigned outcomes from the NAFSA Board of Directors. In the second and third years, as chair, this position effectively manages and leads the work of the EA RP Committee and oversees of the EA RP’s two subcommittees. This position is appointed by the vice president for public policy and practice. The committee is charged with identifying government-related practices and procedures that affect education abroad professionals. The Board has assigned the following outcomes to this committee:
- Develop and maintain a system to receive regulatory practice issues related to education abroad programs and students from members and other sources.
- Identify regulatory and practice issues that need action through regulatory liaison by staff, or members as requested by staff.
- Identify practice items to be referred to knowledge communities for action through further education and practice resources.
- Assist the vice president for public policy and practice in communicating to members on regulatory practice issues.
- Identify long-term public policy issues and forward them to the vice president for public policy and practice for consideration
Position updated June 2019