Global Leadership

By 2022, IMSA is a recognized Global Leader and Catalyst in Equity and Excellence in STEM Teaching and Learning, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship.

Academy Highlights


Impact on Other Countries (Schools)

IMSA welcomed 10 French students as part of our exchange program with Lycee Charlie Chaplin in Lyon, France in the fall semester. IMSA Faculty and Staff publications are referenced across the globe. Check out our readership map on digital commons!

Visiting IMSA

IMSA welcomes many different groups and organizations from all over the world.


Impact of Alumni

IMSA Alumni are making an impact around the world. Examples of IMSA Alumni recognized for global impact include: Michael Peil ‘90 (Founder of school to train future lawyers in Bhutan), Rhianna Gunn-Wright ‘07 (Climate Change leader recognized in Time Magazine), and Arati Shroff (Deputy Chief, Economic Section, Taiwan. U.S. Department of State). Check out our Alumni in the News page for more examples of IMSA Alumni impacting the future.


Impact/Work of Current Students

In 2020 alone, 46 students were recognized by the United Nations Association of the USA (UNA-USA) and InnerView in the 2nd Annual National Community Service Awards. Want to see the student work for yourself? Check out the intellectual capital generated by IMSA students in both the 2020 Student Inquiry Research presentations and Student Works on Digital Commons.


Adoption and implementation of the UN SDG’s

At the beginning of the 2017 academic year, IMSA adopted the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs) into its curriculum. IMSA’s commitment to the UN SDGs can be seen in the Snapshot.

2021-2022 Focus Areas

  • Globally Competent Educational Leadership
  • Development of Culturally Responsive Curriculum
  • Globally Competent Students
  • Ethical Leadership

Recent Achievements