About the Center
The Center for Global Studies and International Education (CGSIE) is the institution's arm for facilitating the university-wide efforts to internationalize the curriculum across disciplines, in a fashion that is consistent with the President's vision of "Growing the Future and Leading the World!"
To achieve this goal, CGSIE serves as a gateway to the globalization of the local and regional communites and their minority populations. As well, the Center works collaboratively with academic departments to enhance student and faculty development through workshops, study abroad, internships, exchanges and other relevant international education programs.
Our Commitment to Internationalization
Globalization requires that institutions of higher education graduate globally- competent citizens and professionals. Morgan State is comitted to doing this by broadening the scope of student, faculty, and staff awareness of the world in which they live, through travel, experiential and service learning, and collaborative international research at home and abroad. In a post 9/11 world, and for national security reasons, this undertaking becomes even more urgent.
CGSIE will provide each college, school and academic support units of the university with assistance in developing an international focus to their programs, and enable them to graduate globally savvy and competent professionals. The Center will also provide support and assistance for the following:
Study, Internship & Volunteer Abroad Programs
Student Community Service- Learning Activities in the U.S. and Abroad
Partnership for International Reasearch and Education
International Exchange and Collaboration Agreeements
International Faculty and Staff Development Initiatives
Faculty Research and Training Abroad
Programming that Supports Campus Internationalization Goals
Seeking External Funding to Support International Activities
The Center for Global Studies & International Education
Dr. Robert Nettey, Executive Director
1700 East Cold Spring Lane
Baltimore, MD 21251