International Educational Advisory Council

Appointed by the Provost

The International Educational Advisory Council (IEAC) is responsible for recommending to the provost academic policy for all education abroad activities. It also reviews (or assigns to an appointed sub-committee) “Petitions for Exception to Overseas Travel Warning Policy” and makes recommendations to the dean of Graduate School and International Education (refer to Academic Policy  1835.00)

The IEAC is chaired by the dean of the Graduate School and International Education (GSIE) and coordinated by the director of the Office of Study Abroad and International Exchange. The dean of each college will recommend one member to the committee; five Faculty at Large are nominated by the Committee on Committees, and one representative from the Office of Study Abroad and International Exchange is nominated by the dean of GSIE. The committee will meet monthly and be empowered to review and approve all proposals for programs involving university students, staff or faculty traveling outside of the United States.

Curt Rom
Chair
Associate Dean for International Education By virtue of position
Sarah Malloy Office of Study Abroad and International Exchange By virtue of position
Lisa Wood Dale Bumpers College of Agriculture, Food and Life Science 2022
Ethel Goodstein Fay Jones School of Architecture 2022
Laurence Hare  J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences 2023
Adriana Rossiter-Hofer Sam M. Walton College of Business 2022
Steve Dittmore College of Education and Health Professions 2022
Bryan Hill  College of Engineering 2021
Christopher Kelly School of Law 2022
Jennie Popp Honors College 2022
Lora Lennertz Jetton Mullins Library 2022
 William Quinn Faculty at Large      2021
Caree Banton Faculty at Large 2022
Bruce Ahrendsen  Faculty at Large 2023
Fran Hagstrom Faculty at Large 2021
Jean Henry Faculty at Large 2021
Boon Tan UA World Trade Center 2022
Steven Bell** Chair, WLLC  

*=ex officio
**=ex officio non-voting

Updated
07/08/2020
11/22/2019
09/18/2019