Campus communication & documents

Fall 2018 Opening Meeting 

UWL Faculty & Staff Survey Results (May 2018)
UWL Students Survey Results (May 2018)

UWL Faculty & Staff as Global Resources

Are you interested in developing new or additional professional connections and would like to talk to other faculty and staff who have done so?  Would you like to know who on campus is willing to discuss their experiences with you?
 
At the link below you will find a list of UWL faculty and staff who have indicated their willingness to serve as a resource to the UWL community regarding globalization.  Your NETID will be required to view the list.
 
The list provides the names and units of individuals who have experience with one or more of the following:
  • Lived Abroad (one year or more)    
  • Language Fluency  
  • Teaching Experience Abroad (at the college level for UWL or other institution)  
  • Significant Scholarship/Research Abroad and/or Research with Colleagues at Universities outside the U.S.
  • Fulbright as a Faculty Member (UWL or elsewhere)       
  • Peace Corps Experience
 

Steering Committee Meeting 1 - October 5, 2017
Agenda:

  1. Welcome by Enilda Delgado & Review Charge of the Steering Committee and its place in UWL’s Strategic Plan
  2. Introduction of Steering Committee Members
  3. Introduce Action Teams, tentative members, and leadership of steering committee members
  4. Review ACE Lab Process
  5. Review Consultant Visit
  6. Discuss next steps and meeting times

Steering Committee Meeting 2 - November 9, 2017
Agenda & Minutes

November 15 & 16, 2017, ACE Consultant Visit Agenda

Dr. McKenna Brown's ACE Internationalization Presentation

December 2017 Steering Committee Minutes

February 2018 Steering Committee Minutes

February 2018 mid-term ACE meeting agenda

UWL's working definition of internationalization:
Internationalization is the process of integrating multicultural and intercultural dimensions both domestically and internationally into the teaching and learning, research, and global engagement functions of the UWL community.