Fort Hays State University > About FHSU > Academic Divisions > Graduate School > Internationalization Office
Dr. Tim Crowley, Assistant Provost for InternationalizationDr. Jerald Spotswood, Assistant Dean, Graduate School
The mission of the Office of Internationalization
is to foster the internationalization of
the campus and curriculum at FHSU. The vision of the Office of Internationalization is
to create a campus environment and curriculum that develops engaged global
students. The Office of Internationalization serves as the coordinating office for internationalization activities at FHSU. This office works closely with the International Student Services Office (ISSO) and the Office of Strategic Partnerships (OSP) to develop and promote international experiences and opportunities for the university community. Chief among these efforts include: international recruiting, the development of study abroad opportunities for students, international partnership development, international faculty development, and the administration of the university's international academic curricula. One project that centralizes all these activities is the maintenance of the university's Internationalization Web site.The Assistant Provost for Internationalization leads the university's Internationalization Team in the process of becoming an international university. Links to the core services we provide to the university are found on the right hand side of this page.
Ways to Internationalize Your Department
2010-11 Internationalization at FHSU video - study abroad
How to Create Faculty-Led Study Abroad Experiences
Internationalization Forum - Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence Yuriria Hernandez - Oct, 2011 Graduate School Scholarship Program for students from India Internationalization of the Campus & Curriculum Faculty Survey Summary 2010-2013Internationalization of the Campus & Curriculum Student Survey Summary 2011-2013
Faculty/Staff Internationalization Award Nomination Form - award given each fall to recognize excellence in internationalization.
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