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UKIC Launches Faculty Global Engagement Survey

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LEXINGTON, Ky. (April 6, 2022) – The University of Kentucky International Center (UKIC) has launched the first Faculty Global Engagement and Expertise Survey. The survey aligns with UKIC’s recently released Global UK strategic plan in its focus on more effectively gathering, highlighting and sharing data related to a wide range of global research and engagement activities undertaken by faculty.

The survey is designed to capture broad areas of research and pedagogical activities, interests, experience and expertise among our faculty, focused on particular countries or regions, or on global/transnational themes.

“This will be vital in helping us identify clusters of international expertise and engagement,” said Associate Provost for Internationalization Sue Roberts. “It will also help us facilitate and develop multi and interdisciplinary communities of interest and allow for greater collaboration among members of our campus community.”

Responses to the survey will be collected through April 8.

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