Academics: Gordon-Zeto Center for Global Education

Global Education Advisory Committee

The Global Education Advisory Committee (GEAC) is a platform for ensuring continued involvement and engagement of the faculty and staff in the College’s comprehensive internationalization initiatives. Chaired by the Associate Provost for Global Education, membership is drawn from various constituencies on the Campus. GEAC's sixteen-member committee functions through four sub-committees in the following areas:

Scholarship Committee
  (reviews students' application for the Gordon-Zeto and Gates Scholarship for summer study-travel programs); Programming Committee (plans the International Education Week & Spelman Going Global Day!); Study-Travel Programs Committee (reviews new faculty/staff study-travel program proposals, student evaluations of the pre-departure Study-Travel Seminar (STS 100) and suggest recommendations for improving the seminar, and yearly reports of study- travel programs); and the Assessment Committee (headed by Dr.Togunde, reviews QEP Assessment data and provides suggestions for improvement).

GLOBAL EDUCATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE (GEAC) MEMBERS

Dr. Myra Burnett, Interim Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs

Dr. Desiree Pedescleaux, Dean of Undergraduate Studies

Dr. Soraya Mekerta, Associate Professor of World Languages & Literature

Dr. Kai McCormack, Associate Professor of Psychology and Director, G-STEM Program

Dr. Jeanne Meadows, Director, International Affairs Center

Dr. Kathleen Lewis, Director of Cultural Orientation

Dr. Mark Lee, Associate Professor and Chair, Biology Department

Dr. Veta Goler, Co-director, Teaching Resource and Research Center

Dr. Erica Williams, Associate Professor of Anthropology

Dr. Margery Ganz, Professor of History & Director of Study Abroad

Ms. Jill Triplett, Director, Office of Institutional Research, Assessment and Planning

Dr. ‘Dimeji Togunde, Associate Provost for Global Education & Professor of International Studies – Committee Chair