Survey will gauge opinions on global learning

Mark Schaub and Carol Sanchez co-chair the Internationalization Task Force. The campus community is invited to take a survey to gauge opinions on how the university supports global learning.
Mark Schaub and Carol Sanchez co-chair the Internationalization Task Force. The campus community is invited to take a survey to gauge opinions on how the university supports global learning.
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Grand Valley's Internationalization Task Force has created a survey to gauge students, faculty and staff members’ opinions on how the university supports global learning.

Faculty and staff members can access the survey at www.surveymonkey.com/s/IZNGVSU_Faculty or www.surveymonkey.com/s/IZNGVSU_Staff. Deadline to complete the survey is April 8. Students were randomly invited to complete the survey.

Mark Schaub, chief international officer and co-chair of the task force, said survey results will be announced within the task force’s report, due to be released next year.

Carol Sanchez, professor of management and director of international business programs for Seidman College of Business, is the other co-chair. In September, Grand Valley joined a cohort of universities to participate in the American College on Education’s Internationalization Laboratory.