STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE GENERAL FACULTY
TYPE C: INSTITUTIONAL POLICY OR GOVERNANCE
C-6 International Programs and Studies Committee
Chair: Peter Hess
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FUNCTION: To advise the Faculty Council and the Associate Vice President for International Programs on policies and procedures pertinent to the development, implementation, and operation of international programs at the University and pedagogical and research programs involving overseas study and/or work with internationally oriented agencies.
COMPOSITION: At least five members of the General Faculty and two students. Student members shall be appointed by the President in the fall from a panel of names submitted by the appropriate student committee. In addition, every year the Chair of the Faculty Council shall appoint two members of the Faculty Council for one-year terms as members of the committee. The committee shall elect its own chair and vice chair, who shall be members of the General Faculty. The President shall appoint annually as administrative advisors without vote one person selected from among the directors of U.T. Austin area studies centers and one person selected from among the assistants to the U.T. Austin administration in the area of international programs and student services related thereto.
Brown, Jonathan C. 2000-2002 Professor, History Cauvin, Jean-Pierre B. 2000-2002 Professor, French and Italian Hess, Peter 2000-2002 Associate Professor, Germanic Studies Kelm, Orlando R. 1999-2001 Associate Professor, Spanish and Portuguese Walker, Sheila S. 1999-2001 Professor, African and Afro-American Studies
Faculty Council Appointees: Sherzer, Joel F. 2000-2001 Professor, Anthropology Stavchansky, Salomon A. 2000-2001 Professor, Pharmacy
Two Students: McLeroy, Florence E. 2000-2001 Doctoral candidate, Science Education Sepheri, Sogol 2000-2001 Sophomore, Pre-Med, Biological Sciences
Administrative Advisers: Graham, Lawrence S.
Associate Vice President for International Studies Marcus, Abraham ex officio Director, Center for Middle Eastern Studies