What is Internationalization?
At CHHS we define internationalization as a process of integrating international/intercultural dimensions into all aspects of the college experience. This is a shared process including administration, faculty, students, and staff in all departments as co-creators of activities and resources (e.g. study abroad, exchange programs, outreach, international student recruitment, research, and curricula development) that facilitate short, intermediate, and long-term outcomes indicating positive impact (WKU Steering Committee on Internationalization, 2009).
Study Abroad Opportunities in the College of Health and Human Services
To learn more about exciting course offerings within CHHS, please follow the links below or contact Dr. Ron Ramsing at (270) 745-5482. You may also visit the WKU Study Abroad Office for a comprehensive list of opportunities available to students, faculty and staff. Additional information about our internationalization efforts may be found by visiting the Office of International Programs.
International Students and Faculty
Domestic Students, Faculty and Staff
- International Education Advisory Council
- Office of International Programs
- Students - Study Abroad and Global Learning
- Program Leaders - Faculty-Led Study Abroad Program Leaders
CHHS Internationalization Committee Representatives:
Dr. Ron Ramsing - Chair, IEAC College Representative/ Kinesiology, Recreation and Sport
Ms. Becky Tabor - Allied Health
Dr. Trish Desrosiers - Social Work
Dr. Rose Korang-Okrah - Social Work
Ms. Kimberly Green - Communication Sciences and Disorders
Dr. Doris Sikora - Family and Consumer Sciences
Dr. William Mkanta - Public Health
Ms. Maribeth Wilson - School of Nursing
Reports and Goals: