Dr. Adam Henry is the Director of the Arizona State University (ASU) Study Abroad Office (SAO) and is a Faculty Associate with the ASU School of Global Studies and Political Science. He also provides mentorship to international faculty studying within programs through the ASU Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College Center for Advanced Studies in Global Education.
Cross-cultural training, study abroad and international education management, expatriate training and preparation, organizational leadership, international partnerships, and the teaching of cultural competencies within higher education.
Ed.D. in Leadership and Innovation, Arizona State University; M.Ed. in Educational Leadership/Adult Education, Northern Arizona University, B.A. in International Studies, Grand Canyon University.
His dissertation title was: "The Development and Implementation of a Pre-International Course: A Cultural Intervention in a University Setting."
IIE's Generation Study Abroad Summit 2015 (Washington, DC), September 2015
Presentation: Transforming the Education Abroad Brand: Reaching New Populations, Curriculum Integration, and Institutional Engagement
The Forum on Education Abroad Conference (New Orleans, LA), March 2015
Presentation: The Research, Development and Implementation of a Pre-International Experience Course for Study and Intern Abroad Participants
NAFSA Regional Conference, Region II (Tucson, AZ), October 2014
Presentation: The Development and Implementation of a Pre-International Experience Course: Two Case Studies at a Private and Public Institution
Workshop on Intercultural Skills Enhancement (WISE) Conference 2014 (Winston-Salem, North Carolina), February 2014
Presentation: Pre-and-Post Cultural Preparation Courses: The “Nuts and Bolts” of Course Design and Implementation in a University Setting
The Forum on Education Abroad Conference (Denver, CO), March 2012
Presentation: Assessment & Marketing: Using Data to Shape and Promote a Message of Transformation and Strategic Integration