The International Education Center can assist faculty, staff, and administrators who wish to participate in a diverse array of international and domestic opportunities. This webpage offers a starting point for information concerning grants, fellowships, study-abroad programs, teaching resources, as well as professional development opportunities.  If you are looking for ways to get involved, please join us at any one of the meetings below.

International Education Advisory Committee Meetings

Mission: The International Education Advisory Committee plays a key role in guiding the direction, development, and promotion of international education and global awareness at the College. The IEAC advocates for policies and procedures in support of internationalization and diversity. The Committee also serves an informative function, in which members share progress on global, international, and diversity-related events and initiatives.

Global Citizenship Project Meeting

Faculty from all disciplines who are interested in infusing global issues into their classes are invited to attend any number of our “Global Citizenship Project” meetings scheduled during the semester.

Faculty-Led Study Abroad/Study Away

If you are a faculty member interested in teaching a study abroad/away course, the International Education Center can assist you in developing and promoting your program. These short-term trips are international and domestic excursions that are embedded in existing Brookdale courses. Please fill out this form if you are interested in the Faculty-led Study Abroad Program. Program planning details are available in the Faculty-Led Handbook.

The deadline for proposals is April 1 for Winterim or Spring-break programs and May 1 for Summer term programs.

For more information about the exciting opportunities available to Brookdale faculty, staff, and administrators, please contact Ashley Zampogna-Krug, IEC faculty liaison, at

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