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AA/05/AS/88/AAMODT - International Education

Effective April 28, 1988
The Faculty of California State University, Stanislaus recognized the existence of common global concerns and acknowledges the interdependence of nations and people throughout the world; its essential obligation in today’s interdependent world to provide an international perspective within the University; and its basic obligation to enable all students to develop a broader understanding of the peoples and cultures of the world. The Faculty believes that international education should promote the development of a humane and cooperative world order including respect for internationally recognized standards of human rights; therefore, the Faculty of California State University, Stanislaus hereby commits itself to meet these responsibilities to its students, to the State of California, and to the community at large by developing, implementing, expanding, and encouraging educational opportunities that recognize the plurality of cultures, and the existence of interdependencies and common concerns; and that provide a broadened international perspective. The Faculty strongly encourage its students to undertake studies in subject matter areas that have an international/intercultural dimension. The Faculty hereby requests that the President of the University initiate and lead an effort to amend the Mission (Statement) of the University to properly reflect the University’s international multicultural responsibilities and aspirations.

Review History: Aproved by Academic Senate on March 24, 1988. Approved by President John Moore April 28, 1988.

Academic Affairs Division has the primary responsibility for this policy.

Attachment(s): AA/5/AS/88/AAMODT - International Education  


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