International Activities and Programs

Colleges and universities are increasingly looking abroad for research opportunities and to carry out their educational missions. From running a small research project with faculty of a different university to setting up a campus abroad, international activities are becoming more important to many universities. Pursuit of these projects requires effective operational structures and compliance with U.S. and international laws.

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Statutes

Regulations

Resource Pages

Publications

Crisis Management for Education Abroad
March 2017, NAFSA

Sexual Misconduct, Education Abroad and Title IX/Clery Act
February 2017, The Forum on Education Abroad

Updated: The Clery Act and Overseas/Distance Study: New Development and Compliance Guidance, 2016 Edition
NACUA (Author: Joseph Storch)

GRAC: Risk Management Considerations Regarding the Clery Act, Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and Title IX When Students Study Abroad
URMIA

Navigating Privacy and Data Security in an International Environment Lock
NACUA

Global Operational Compliance, 44th Annual Conference
University Risk Management and Insurance Association, URMIA

Global Operational Compliance Lock
URMIA

Emerging Institutional Models for Managing International Activity: Legal Counsel's Role
2011, Ann Anderson, Carrie O'Neill, NACUA, William Nicholson, Willis Wang

Partnering Abroad: Understanding Opportunities and Risk
2011, John S. Russell, NACUA

Legal Pitfalls and Pratfalls in Overseas Ventures Lock
2009, AGB, Martin Michaelson

Charitable Gift Law by Country Lock
CASE

Increasing Regulatory and Compliance Requirements with International Activities
ACUA, Bob Lammey, May 7 2012

NACUANOTE: Federal Disability Laws - Do They Translate to Study Abroad Programs?
Allison Charney, April 26 2012, Josh Whitlock, NACUA

URMIA Webinar: Implications of the Clery Act and Title IX for Overseas and Distance Locations
Feb 5 2013, Joseph Storch, URMIA

Employing Personnel Overseas: Getting It Right
Donald C. Dowling Jr., June 2013, NACUA

IES Abroad MAP (Model Assessment Practice) for Student Health, Safety & Crisis Management
Bill Hoye, IES Abroad, October 2013, Peter McDonough