Advance international opportunities within CPASS.

Objective 1

Develop a formal college-wide structure to help support and promote faculty and student engagement in the international mission of CPASS.

Action Items

    • Create incentives to reward faculty advancement of CPASS’s international mission (i.e. Travel funds, Faculty Workload Plan Recognition, Award recognition)
    • Fully integrate the International Center for Performance Excellence (ICPE) into the international mission of CPASS
        • Lead in establishing a CPASS international club to promote and organize events
        • Identify resources for creation of a scholarship for study abroad
        • ICPE will provide administrative support for international initiatives
        • ICPE will develop and administer annual recognition for faculty (and students) who engage in outstanding contributions to CPASS’s international mission.

Objective 2

Offer at least one internationalization experience per year within CPASS programs.

Action Items

    • Inventory available G classes and faculty teaching these courses
    • Initiate the development of appropriate classes within CPASS that will have a G-designation
    • Offer a variety of study abroad experience for CPASS students
    • Host a fall international physical activity & sport day hosted by CPASS in conjunction with WVU Diversity Week

Objective 3

Seek at least one college-wide external funding proposal from international sources for each international experience.

Action Items

    • Identify and target international funding and program opportunities (i.e. State Department Grants (Sport Diplomacy Grant); “Aspire” sport academy in Qatar)
    • Promote multidisciplinary collaborations among faculty
    • Identify and disseminate information about support systems within CPASS and WVU for these international teams (i.e. OIP, Research & Grants Committee, Grants/Contracts Officer, WVU faculty and graduate student partners).