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Advisory BoardsCoordinator of International Affairs & Acting Director of the International Student Services Office
Study Abroad Advisor for: China, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Denmark, Ecuador, Germany (only IES Berlin Metropolitan Studies and IES Freiburg: Environmental Studies), Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Israel, New Zealand, and SwedenStokes 118DStudent Assistants
Faculty Advisory Board
Linda Gerstein, Professor of History; Chair of Independent College Programs
Suzanne Amador Kane, Professor of Physics and Astronomy
Ariana Huberman, Associate Professor of Spanish
Willie Williams, Audrey A. and John L. Dusseau Professor in the Humanities; Professor of Fine Arts
The Faculty Advisory Board serves in an advisory capacity to the Office of International Academic Programs and acts as a subcommittee of the EPC. The Board selects and nominates students for study at Oxford and Cambridge; reviews the applications of students whose GPAs are below 3.0 to determine whether they can study abroad; evaluates proposals from students/faculty who wish to add programs to the approved list; evaluates programs on a regular basis and makes recommendations regarding the addition and deletion of programs to the EPC and reviews petitions from students who seek exemption from the study abroad rules and regulations.
If you need to speak with a member of the faculty advisory board contact the Office of International Academic Affairs.
Student Study Abroad Advisory Board
This board is comprised of students who have returned from an approved study abroad program. Board members meet every few weeks throughout the semester to assist and advise the Office of International Academic Affairs on matters relating to study abroad. One of the primary tasks of the Board is to review petitions to add or drop programs to the approved list. The members are also expected to participate in scheduled study abroad information sessions, including the workshop for parents and the Study Abroad Fair held on Family Weekend and other on campus events. Board members help design the format and content of the Mandatory Pre-Departure Orientation Session and also participate in the panel presentations.
Interested in an appointment to the SSAAB? Contact the Office of International Academic Programs.
- Matthew Ridley '19, IES Granada, Spain
- Steve Lehman, '19, BCA Xalapa, Mexico
- Georgia Meyer, '19, IES Siena, Italy
- Kirsten Mullin '19, University College Dublin, Ireland
- Sarah Haviland '19, IES European Union, Germany
- Samantha Chu '19, Budapest Semester in Math, Hungary
- Moeka Noda '19, DIS Copenhagen, Denmark
- Ellen Schoder '19, IES Granada, Spain
- Abby Harrison '19, SIT Iceland, Iceland
- Charlie Lynn '19, IFSA Butler Argentine Universities, Argentina