Creating Global Awareness and Global Leaders Through Global Engagement
The Maxwell Center for International Communications and Media (MCICM) is committed to creating global awareness, global citizens, and global leaders through international education, research, and collaboration. The role of the Maxwell International Center is to build, promote, and manage high quality international programs for the students and faculty of the College of Communications at California State University Fullerton, as well as to promote internationally and inter-culturally based education, research, and collaboration across universities, organizations, and communities from around the world.
The main goal of the MCICM is to promote and facilitate global communications inquiry and awareness among the faculty and students of the College of Communications at California State University Fullerton. The MCICM is focused on developing and managing international education and exchange opportunities, and assisting faculty in building international programs and/or internationalizing their curriculum.
The activities of the MCICM are designed to support the research interests of faculty and students of the College of Communications and California State University Fullerton, and to develop mission linked research initiatives that will build the reputation and credibility of the College of Communications and the MCICM across academia, business, the community, and government.
The MCICM is focused on leveraging the intellectual capital and interests of the faculty and students to offer conferences, workshops, and training programs, as well as formal and informal networking opportunities. Additionally, the center will build and promote relationships with government, profit, and non-profit organizations.