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Task Force on Global Engagement

President Amy Gutmann and Provost Ron Daniels have convened the Task Force on Global Engagement. The Task Force will be chaired by Deans Susan Fuhrman (GSE) and Patrick Harker (Wharton). Dr. JoAnn McCarthy, Assistant Provost for International Affairs, will serve as vice-chair. The Task Force is being asked to identify two to three major initiatives that will advance the University’s globalization agenda in teaching, research, and alumni outreach. The Task Force’s recommendations should be affordable and capable of being put into place over a two-year period. The Task Force will report back to President Gutmann and Provost Daniels by mid-December 2005.

Task Force Members:

Susan Fuhrman, Dean, Graduate School of Education, Co-Chair

Patrick Harker, Dean, Wharton, Co-Chair

JoAnn McCarthy, Assistant Provost for International Affairs, Vice-Chair

Sandra Barnes, Professor of Anthropology, School of Arts and Sciences

Mete Civelek, Graduate Student, First Vice Chair of GAPSA

Cheng Davis, Vice Dean, International Programs and Development, Graduate School of Education

Richard Estes, Professor and Director of International Programs, School of Social Policy & Practice

Richard Herring, Director, The Lauder Institute, Wharton

Alexis Ruby Howe, Undergraduate Student, School of Arts and Sciences

Sampath Kannan, Professor of Computer and Information Science, School of Engineering and Applied Science

Suvir Kaul, Professor of English and Director of South Asia Studies Center, School of Arts and Sciences

Adam Kolker, Assistant Dean, Graduate and International Programs, Law School

Leslie Kruhly, Secretary of the University

Ali Malkawi, Associate Professor of Architecture, School of Design

Barbara Medoff-Cooper, Professor of Nursing, School of Nursing

Lydie E. Moudileno, Associate Professor of Romance Languages, School of Arts and Sciences

Jack Nagel, Professor of Political Science and Associate Dean, Graduate Studies, School of Arts and Sciences

Neal Nathanson, Professor Emeritus of Microbiology and Associate Dean for Global Health Programs, School of Medicine

Ed Resovsky, Managing Director, International Operations, Development

 

 



 
  Almanac, Vol. 52, No. 5, September 27, 2005

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