The following are installments from Internationalization in Action, an online series provided by ACE's Center for Internationalization and Global Engagement.

Faculty Policies & Procedures

The first installment discusses four institutional policies and procedures related to faculty that can either hinder or facilitate faculty's involvement in the internationalization process.

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Faculty as Stewards of the Curriculum

The second installment features challenges and best practices of the role of faculty in internationalizing the curriculum.

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Internationalizing the Curriculum: Individual Courses

The third installment explores individual courses as the first level of curriculum internationalization “from the ground up.” Strategies, institutional models, expert advice, and other resources are offered.

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Internationalizing the Curriculum: Academic Program Components

The fourth installment examines academic programs as the second level of curriculum internationalization as well as various programmatic units such as majors, minors, tracks, and certificates are described.

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Internationalizing the Curriculum: Degree Programs

The fifth installment looks into the third level of curriculum internationalization and such elements as integration of student learning outcomes, general education requirements, and foreign language teaching.

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Internationalizing the Curriculum: Disciplines

The sixth installment focuses on the fourth level of curriculum internationalization, bringing into the spotlight the role of discipline associations and discipline-specific accrediting bodies.

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