Emory Report

January 26, 1998

 Volume 50, No. 18

Representatives appointed
to newly expanded IAC

Interim Provost Rebecca Chopp has appointed faculty, student and staff representatives to the newly expanded International Affairs Council (IAC). Members will serve a two-year term and focus on implementing recently published initiatives in Internationalizing Emory: A Strategy for Leadership in International Education.

The council, which held its first meeting shortly before the semester break, will meet bimonthly. The group will discuss reports and recommendations from its four subcommittees, which will address academic and co-curricular activities, ethos, international support and oversee the University Fund for Internationalization.

Vice Provost for International Affairs Marion Creekmore chairs the committee. Other members are: Claudia Adkison, executive associate dean, medical school; Thomas Arthur, law school professor; Rachel Brod, second-year law student; Terry Eiesland, associate director, International Student and Scholar Programs; Ildiko Flannery, associate director, Office of International Affairs; Susan Henry-Crowe, dean of the chapel; Carol Herron, professor, French and Italian; Lindsay Hodgson, undergraduate; Joyce Jones, educational coordinator, The Carter Center; Ivan Karp, director, Center for International Studies; Glenn Kellum, associate vice president, Office of Foundation and International Relations; Anita Mann, international affairs manager, law school; Reynaldo Martorell, chair, Department of International Health; Belle Miller McMaster, director of advanced studies, theology school; Anil Menon, assistant professor, business school; Matthew Morris, associate professor, modern languages; Margaret Parsons, associate dean, nursing school; Louise Pratt, associate professor, Classics; Tom Remington, Halle Distinguished Professor; Howard Rollins, director, Center for International Programs Abroad; Richard Rubinson, chair, sociology; Steve Sanderson, Emory College dean; Cynthia Shaw, director, student development; and Donald Stein, graduate school dean.

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