The International Coordinating Council is the overarching body charged with taking a broad, cross-institutional view of Bryn Mawr’s international work. Its primary function is to think comprehensively about the overall nature and impact of the College’s global learning efforts. To this end, the ICC collects and shares information on these efforts, considers issues that cross-cut them, suggests ways they might support or intersect with each other, proposes or deliberates possible new initiatives, and responds to challenges the College faces with respect to global learning.
The ICC is supported by the work of the three Subcommittees.
- Subcommittee on Overseas Study and Engagement — pursues a comprehensive approach to the College’s many forms of study abroad and overseas experience.
Subcommittee on International Curricular Initiatives — explores possibilities for enabling interested departments to develop international pathways for their students and for linking departments in interdisciplinary endeavors.
Subcommittee on International Students — strengthens campus programming to support the College’s international student population and enhance global dialogue.
Faculty Convener for International Programs: Professor Alice Lesnick
International Action Plan Committees 2017-2018
International Coordinating Council
Chair: Alice Lesnick
Overseas Study and Engagement
Rudy Le Mentheor
Chair: Nate Wright, Billie Jo Ember
International Curricular Initiatives
Xuemei May Cheng
Chair: Agnès Peysson-Zeiss
Chair: Vanessa Christman