The International Education Management program benefits from the expertise of faculty from across MIIS departments as well as many international education practitioners.
International education theory, comparative international education, educational leadership, campus internationalization, intercultural communication and training, international student services, study abroad/international exchange management.
Curriculum design and evaluation, gifted education, training of trainers/professional development, intercultural communication and leadership
Educational research, assessment, teacher education, language program administration, language teacher supervision
All aspects of management in international education administration, U.S. immigration regulations, study abroad safety, security and emergency preparedness, and short-term faculty led study abroad program development and management
My areas of expertise include comprehensive internationalization, curriculum integration of international initiatives, vision and strategic planning, financial management, institutional and cross-campus collaboration, and assessment of student learning outcomes.
Global Talent & Leadership Development, Coaching Executives and Managers for Global Performance, Team Effectiveness & Performance Across Cultures, Multicultural Team-Building, Building Effective Global Teams
Budget management and fiscal planning; organizational communication; change management; educational leadership
Sociolinguistics, English discourse and grammar, applied linguistics research, second language composition, second language acquisition, writing for publication, distance learning, web design, writing program administration, writing assessment, intercultural communication
Beryl Levinger is a highly regarded development professional who focuses on five issues: evaluation; capacity development; strategic planning; education; and health. Last year alone, she worked in eleven countries with such organizations as the World Bank, UNHCR, USAID, Save the Children, the Carter Center, the International Committee of the Red Cross, Freedom from Hunger, Project Concern International, Partners in Health, the Packard Foundation, the Inter-American Development Bank, and Stanford University’s Center for Ocean Solutions. With a career that includes senior positions at AFS Intercultural Programs (president), CARE (senior vice president) and Save the Children (vice president), Beryl draws on a rich array of experiences and intense interaction with students to enliven her classes. A former vice chair of both Pact and InterAction, Beryl has worked in nearly 90 countries. For the past 15 years, she been research director or co-director of Save the Children's State of the World's Mothers Report, a publication that offers a comparative perspective on the health, education and gender issues faced by girls and women throughout the world. Beryl has won numerous international awards for the quality of her contributions to the field of development.
International Education Policy, Higher Education Administration, International Recruiting, Marketing & Enrollment, Comparative and International Education, International Admissions, Quality Assurance of Higher Education
I am an experienced higher education manager and administrator and have worked for many years in senior management positions in international higher education contexts managing multinational teams or coordinating teams across countries for the delivery of international programs. I have build teams recruiting expertise from across the world and continue to practice human resource management in international contexts. I am at present the Director of International at the University of Sydney.
Counseling, therapy, students, social justice, intersections of identity, conflict resolution, and adjustment.