ACE Internationalization Lab

UC Santa Cruz, along with 10 other universities across the U.S., has elected to participate in the 16th cohort (2018-20) of the American Council on Education’s (ACE) Internationalization Laboratory which began in late August 2018. The campus internationalization effort aims to better prepare our undergraduate and graduate students to meaningfully engage in an increasingly interconnected world.

The ACE Internationalization Laboratory is a guided and collaborative strategic planning process which takes place over a two-year period. Working closely with ACE advisors, participating institutions will assemble an internationalization steering committee on their campus, comprehensively review and analyze current internationalization activities and articulate institutional goals, and formulate a strategic action plan to take internationalization efforts forward.

» Meet Dr. Gil Latz, the ACE Advisor for UC Santa Cruz

These pages will provide a repository of documents and information relevant to the campus’s participation in the lab as well as regular updates to the campus community about the leadership committee’s work as it progresses through this nearly two-year strategic planning process.

    Announcement from Chancellor and CP/EVC

  • Announcement from Chancellor and CP/EVCWe're delighted to announce an exciting opportunity for our campus: UC Santa Cruz's participation in the American Council on Education's 16th Internationalization Laboratory cohort.

  • Timeline

  • TimelineThe lab opening meeting took place on Aug. 23, 2018, and the final report will be submitted in July 2020.

  • Steering Committee

  • Steering CommitteeThe steering committee consists of faculty and administrators at UC Santa Cruz.

  • ACE Resources

  • ACE ResourcesACE has developed an array of internationalization resources that will be useful to the UCSC Leadership Team and Project Committees throughout the lab process.

  • Documents

  • Documents iconACE Internationalization Lab documents including meeting minutes, campus communication, and more.

More information on project committees, documents, and the final report is coming soon.