International Coordinating Council
The International Coordinating Council (ICC) is a committee of Brown University administrators responsible for internationally-related issues across campus. Its purpose is share information among the various offices that contribute to the University’s international mission; and to advise the Office of Global Engagement on issues that challenge, and opportunities that may enhance, the international component of Brown’s many educational and research programs.
The ICC is project-oriented, with the appointment of task forces assigned to research, discuss, and advise on specific issues. Recent and upcoming issues tackled by ICC task forces include outgoing Brown faculty travel, outgoing Brown student travel, shifting student demographics, and incoming visitors and scholars to Brown.
The ICC is currently on hiatus. Please check back periodically for updates.