Faculty & Staff Resources

The Office of International Programs & Services (IPS) offers a variety of services and resources for faculty and staff on campus in order to internationalize the teaching experience at Millersville.   

  • Serving on a Committee: The Comprehensive Internationalization (CIZN) Advisory Board
  • Attending Workshops: Every semester IPS provides workshops and CAE presentations on various topics.
  • Mentoring Students: IPS is looking for faculty and staff who are interested being an international student mentor.
  • Leading a Marauder Abroad Program: Leading a short-term study abroad experience is an excellent way to participate in high impact practices.

Resources for Advising Students:

Resources for Faculty & Staff:

Data & Information Request Form

IPS receives many requests and tries to accommodate as many as can be managed alongside the regular work cycle and staff capacity. This request form allows us to optimize our ability to respond to requests while also providing clear guidance to data-seekers. 

IPS Presentation Request Form

IPS staff are able to present in classrooms, clubs and organization meetings, and department meetings about studying abroad, internships/student teaching/social work abroad, as well as to present about the concept of internationalization and international education in general. To request a classroom, club or organization presentation, complete and submit the following form.

International Index Survey

IPS maintains a database of Millersville University faculty and staff with interest and expertise in international topics, which we use to engage members of the campus community as participants of internationalization initiatives and activities. The International Index is an important tool to showcase the breadth and depth of international partnerships and experience of the MU community. Complete the index survey to be included. 

Professional Development opportunities

IPS provides information regarding conferences, trainings, workshops, and other opportunities for faculty and staff to engage in international education.