Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey

Anne C. Campbell

First Name
Anne
Last Name
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Job Title
Assistant Professor, International Education Management
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Français

1. What is it that you are most passionate about?  

I am most passionate about the power of education. With quality education, people can expand their ideas, try new approaches, and transform their societies.

2. What do you enjoy most about teaching and/or what excites you about being a professor at MIIS? 

Being a professor at MIIS is a wonderful opportunity to work with bright students who are committed to helping others, thinking critically, and challenging the status quo. 

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Faculty Program Tags
Expertise

International Higher Education
Comparative Education
Education and Development
Civil Society and Social Change
International Scholarship and Fellowship Programs

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 Recent Accomplishments:

  • Through the Open Society Foundations' Pre-Academic Summer School, taught over 300 international scholarship grantees in civil society project development. 
  • Through the Learn, Earn, and Save Partnership between The MasterCard Foundation and the University of Minnesota, led international research teams to conduct program evaluation of a youth skills training program in rural Tanzania. 
  • Received the U.S. Department of State/IREX Individual Advanced Research Opportunities Award to support doctoral research in the Republics of Georgia and Moldova. 

Previous Work: 

My areas of interest relate to the intersection of international development and education. Before joining MIIS in August 2016, I worked for the Open Society Foundations, Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders, the African Rescue Committee, and various other international projects and programs, as an employee, consultant, and volunteer. My deepest experience is with international scholarships, including managing programs, conducting research and evaluation, teaching and mentoring current scholars, serving on selection committees, and participating myself.

Education: 

PhD, Comparative and International Development Education, University of Minnesota, United States.

MA, Critical Theory and Cultural Studies, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom. 

BS, History and Interdisciplinary Studies, Iowa State University, United States.

Publications: 

Campbell, A. & Gorgozde, S. (2016). Internationalization in Higher Education in the Republic of Georgia: Influences of Accreditation and Student Mobility. Hungarian Educational Research Journal, 6(1), 22-37. Available at http://herj.lib.unideb.hu/megjelent/index/56

Campbell, A. (2016). Review of Approaches Improving Education Quality in Rural Communities in the Global South. Report prepared for the Open Society Foundations' Education Support Program

Campbell, A. (2016, January 29). The Impact of Home-Country Context on Scholarship Outcomes [blog post]. The Association of Commonwealth Universities. Available at https://www.acu.ac.uk/about-us/blog/measuring-success

Campbell, A., & Vavrus, F. (2015). Mapping Education Quality Initiatives by Foundations and Donor-Led Funds. Report prepared for the Open Society Foundations' Education Support Program 

Campbell, A. & Krause, B., & Lefebvre, E.E. (2014). Swisscontact Year 3 Synthesis Report. Minneapolis & Toronto: University of Minnesota and the MasterCard Foundation.

Campbell, A. (2014, October 15). "Words Matter": Terminology for Students at the Global Margins [blog post]. Salzburg Global Seminar. Available at http://www.salzburgglobal.org/topics/imagination/article/anne-campbell-words-matter.html

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Paula Razquin

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Paula
Last Name
Razquin
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Job Title
Adjunct Professor of International Education Management
City, State, ZIP
Monterey, CA 93940
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Français
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Faculty Program Tags
Expertise

Teacher labor markets and teacher policies; comparative perspectives on teachers. International and comparative education, education and development, Education for All. Education policy and reform. Education in Latin America. Sociology of Education. Economics of Education. Education Information Systems. Monitoring and evaluation in international and comparative education. 

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Recent Accomplishments

  • Initiated the area of study of economics of education at my department (in Argentina), developed new undergraduate and graduate courses in Economics of Education, and engaged students in doing theses on the field.
  • Joined the board of an Institute of Applied Research in education (Argentina), contributing to the development of the business plan and concept.
  • Obtained a small research grant for one of my research project: The Teacher Salary Differential in the Great Buenos Aires: Changes in the Last Three Decades
  • Coordinated a study on the impact of the global financial crisis in education
  • Did consulting work on education issues in Ecuador and Jordan

Education

PhD, International Comparative Education, MA Sociology, and MA in International Educational Administration and Policy Analysis; BA in Education Sciences, University of Buenos Aires (Argentina)

Previous Work

I am currently an Assistant Professor at the University of San Andres (Argentina). Before joining the university, I worked at UNESCO for six years, doing monitoring of the Education for All goals and as a program specialist in the Division of Education Planning.

Recent Publications

Razquin, P. (2015). Introducción y presentación del dossier. Educación para Todos 2015: Balance y Prospectiva para o desde América Latina. [Introduction and presentation of the special issue. Education for All 2015: Balance and Prospects to or from Latin America]. Revista Latinoamericana de Educación Comparada, 6(8), 8-30. http://www.saece.org.ar/relec/revistas/8/mon0.pdf.

Razquin, P. (2012). The Implications of the Global Financial Crisis on Primary Schools, Teachers and Households in 12 Countries. Final Report  [Implicaciones de la Crisis Financiera Global en las Escuelas Primarias, Docentes y Hogares en 12 Países (Informe Final)]. Paris: UNESCO, Division for Planning and Development of Education Systems, Section for Sector Policy Analysis and ICTs in Education. Principal Investigator and Lead Author. http://r4d.dfid.gov.uk/pdf/outputs/misc_ecodev/UNESCOFinalReport_29jul11.pdf

Zimmer, R., Gill, B., Razquin, P., Booker, K., & Lockwood III, J. R. (2007). Title I School Choice, Supplemental Educational Services and Student Achievement. A report from the National Longitudinal Study of No Child Left Behind (NLS-NCLB). In G. Vernez, B. F. Birman, M. S. Garet & J. O’Day (Eds.), State and Local Implementation of the No Child Left Behind Act (Vol. I). Washington, DC: US Department of Education; Office of Planning, Evaluation and Policy Development; Policy and Program Studies Service. https://www2.ed.gov/rschstat/eval/choice/implementation/achievementanalysis.pdf

Faculty Type
Adjunct Faculty

Sandi M. Smith

First Name
Sandi
Last Name
Smith
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Job Title
Visiting Professor of International Education Management
Location
MG 320C
City, State, ZIP
Monterey, CA 93940
Phone
831.647.4159
MIIS Tags
Faculty Program Tags
Expertise

Internationalization of higher education; education abroad administration, advising, assessment and program development; education abroad curriculum integration and pedagogy; intercultural communication and engagement

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International Experience

Dr. Sandi Smith was introduced to international education in 1986 as a kindergarten teacher in Palau, Micronesia.  Teaching a class of children from multiple countries and languages, she developed a passion for learning about intercultural interactions.  During her two years of teaching she also developed and published a kindergarten curriculum workbook in the Palauan language.

Throughout her career in international education Dr. Smith has traveled to Argentina, Belize, Belgium, Bermuda, Cyprus, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Guam, Italy, Iceland, Mexico, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Spain, and United Kingdom.

Education

Ed.D. Higher Education Administration, Florida State University

M.A.  Higher Education Administration and Adult Education, Appalachian State University

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David Wick

First Name
David
Last Name
Wick
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Job Title
Assistant Professor in International Education Management
City, State, ZIP
Monterey, CA 93940
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Español
Français
Deutsch

1. What is it that you are most passionate about?

"I am passionate about using education and international education to foster equity and social justice."

2. What do you enjoy most about teaching and/or what excites you about being a professor at MIIS?

"What excites me most about teaching at MIIS is the opportunity to contribute to the formation of scholars, educators, managers, and policy makers who will lead in a global setting." 

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Expertise

Internationalization of higher education, ducation abroad advising and administration, education abroad curriculum and pedagogy, leadership for equity and social justice, diversity and inclusion in higher education, student services and student affairs

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Recent Accomplishments

Chair Education Abroad Knowledge Community, NAFSA, Washington DC 2015

• Elected to provide leadership for the development and dissemination of knowledge needed by professionals engaged in education abroad.

 Poster Presenter Certificate of Achievement, NAFSA Annual Conference, Houston, TX 2012

• Recognized by a panel of peer reviewers for exceptional production and presentation of a

poster in the International Education Research Poster Fair.

 Lily Von Klemperer Award, NAFSA Education Abroad Knowledge Community, Houston, TX 2012

• Honored through a selection process for consistently maintaining the highest standards of professional ethics and performance, for demonstrating a concern for helping and guiding newcomers to the field of study abroad, and for displaying in professional activities an eagerness to meet new challenges and openness to new ideas.

 Simon Award for Campus Internationalization, NAFSA, Washington, DC 2012

• Co-Authored successful nomination for NAFSA’s Senator Paul Simon Award for Campus Internationalization.

• This award recognized SF State as a model for overall excellence in campus internationalization efforts as evidenced by the practices, philosophies, and policies described in our nomination and recognized by a distinguished selection jury.

 NAFSA Advocate of the Year, Washington, DC 2011

• Presented with the 2011 Advocate of the Year Award for going above and beyond in efforts to support NAFSA’s core mission of promoting international education and exchange. Recognized for stalwart advocacy for international education at the state and federal level. Activities leading up to this honor included serving as advisor to NAFSA staff in developing the Connecting Our World Grassroots Leadership Program.

 Previous Work

David Wick is director of study abroad at Santa Clara University, where he manages the program portfolio, staff, and systems to increase global understanding and engagement. Previously, David has served in many NAFSA leadership roles, including those on the 2012 and 2013 Annual Conference Executive Committees, the Region XII team, Trainer Corps, and Academy. He also holds leadership roles with Diversity Abroad and Lessons from Abroad. David holds a doctoral degree in educational leadership from San Francisco State University, a master’s degree in education from Arkansas State University, and a bachelor’s degree in French, German, and dance from Macalester College.

 Education

EdD, in Educational Leadership, San Francisco State University, USA; MSE, in Educational Theory and Practice, Arkansas State University, USA; BA, in French, German, and Dance, Macalester College, USA.

 Publications

Abraham, K., Casey, K., Newell, L., & Wick, D. (2011). Education Abroad Advisor Guide for African-American Students. Oakland, CA: Diversity Abroad Network.

 Hernandez, M., Wick, D., & Wiedenhoeft , M. (Eds.). (2014). NAFSA's Guide to Education Abroad for Advisers and Administrators (Fourth ed.). Washington DC: NAFSA: Association of International Educators. (Details online: https://www.nafsa.org/wcm/Product?prodid=396)

 Wick, D. (2010). Study Abroad: Making It Happen: Your Guide to Taking Your Education Abroad. Washington DC: NAFSA: Association of International Educators.

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Paige E. Butler

First Name
Paige
Last Name
Butler
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Job Title
Assistant Professor, International Education Management
Location
CF 300 I
Phone
831.647.6521
Language(s)
Español

1. What is it that you are most passionate about?  

 “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world – Nelson Mandela.” I passionately believe in the power of education, particularly international education, to transform societies, breakdown cross-cultural barriers and foster intergroup dialogue.

2. What do you enjoy most about teaching and/or what excites you about being a professor at MIIS? 

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Faculty Program Tags
Expertise

Study Abroad and International Exchange Management, Student Development Theory, Program Design and Assessment, Education Research Methods, Academic Leadership, Curriculum Development, Accreditation, Higher Education Administration and Career Development

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Previous Work

Dr. Paige Butler is an administrator of higher and international education, and has worked in both public and private sectors since 2003. Dr. Butler’s primary roles have been in education abroad leadership in university and provider organizations and she has been deeply involved in all aspects of education abroad programs. 

Prior to joining MIIS in Spring 2015, Professor Butler was in Phoenix, Arizona where she served as the Director of Academic Affairs at CEA Study Abroad. In this role, she managed global academic operations and provided academic leadership for multi-site education abroad programs located in seven countries and 10 cities around the world. Previously, Paige was the Director of Faculty-Led and Custom Programs at CEA where she developed and implemented customized group and faculty-led program initiatives in partnership with numerous U.S. colleges and universities.  While at CEA, Professor Butler was part of a small team that won the Student Philanthropy Award and the Innovative Program Award from GoAbroad.com for service and diversity focused study abroad program initiatives in partnership with U.S. university partners. Professor Butler was also nominated for Excellence in Education Abroad Curriculum Design from the Forum on Education Abroad for the Global Career Development Certificate Program she founded while at CEA.

Before working at CEA, Paige was an administrator at Arizona State University, where she held various positions in study abroad, student development, academic affairs and first-year success programs.  At ASU, Dr. Butler taught courses in leadership, academic success and higher education.  Dr. Butler also held past roles at the Arizona Minority Education Policy Analysis Center and served as a civilian youth counselor with Camp Adventure for the U.S. Army and Marine Corps, stationed in Japan, Germany and Italy.  Paige currently holds a position as an editor for the Journal of International Students.

Education

Ed.D., Educational Leadership & Policy Studies in Higher Education, M.Ed., Higher & Post-secondary Education, Arizona State University, Arizona;  B.A., Psychology & Spanish, Cornell College, Iowa. Experiential Education Certification, National Society of Experiential Education. 

Publications

Select publications, published as Paige E. Sindt, include:

Sindt, P. & Lucas, J. (2014). Inquiry-Based Learning for Faculty and Institutional Development: A Conceptual and Practical Resource for Educators. Emerald Group Publishing.

Sindt, P (2014). The Quest for the Global Ready Graduate. NAFSA International Educator Advertorial, May/June.

Sindt, P (2014). Reflective Leadership Case Study found in book “Leadership Theory and the Community College: Applying Theory to Practice.” Authors: Wood, J.L., Nevarez, C. & Penrose, R. Sterling, VA, Stylus Publishing.

Sindt, P. & Lucas, J. (2013).  It’s a Process, Not a Program: The Role of Student Affairs in Education Abroad.  ACPA Global Dimensions Webinar.  Available online.

Lucas, J., Sindt, P. Espiritu, K., Luchesi, J. (2012) Early-College Study Abroad: A Gateway for Faculty Engagement in Internationalization. IIENetworker Spring 2012 edition. Article. http://www.iiebooks.org/iisp20enfain.html  Institute of International Education. New York, NY.

Sindt, P. & Brand, L. (2008). From Access to Success: Exploring Readiness and Retention at Arizona’s Universities. A Policy Brief. Arizona Education Policy Fellowship Program and the Lincoln Center of Applied Ethics.

Sindt, P. (2008). Internationalization and higher education: Understanding the impact of short-term study abroad. Dissertation. Pro-Quest.

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Christopher Johnstone

First Name
Christopher
Last Name
Johnstone
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Job Title
Adjunct Professor in International Education Management
Language(s)
Español

Dr. Christopher Johnstone served as the Director of International Initiatives at the University of Minnesota’s College of Education and Human Development between 2008 and 2015. During this time he initiated numerous programs and linkages in order to create a comprehensively international college at a research intensive university. These initiatives intentionally focused on linkages with diversity programs to ensure inclusive participation of students and faculty interests.

Faculty Program Tags
Expertise

International Partnerships; International Student Engagement; International Development; Inclusive Education

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Education

PhD, Comparative and International Development Education, University of Minnesota

MS, Special Education, Syracuse University

BS, Special Education, State University of New York

Languages Spoken

Sesotho, Basic Spanish

Recent Accomplishments

2015 Award for Global Engagement (University of Minnesota)

2014 Global Spotlight Grant (University of Minnesota): Research on civil society engagement with persons with disabilities, India

2014 Endeavour Executive Award (Government of Australia) for study of internationalization at University of Melbourne

2012 Fulbright International Education Administrators Program for study of higher education in India

Recent Publications

Engsig, T.T. & Johnstone, C. (2014). Is there something rotten in the state of Denmark? The paradoxical policies of inclusive education – lessons from Denmark. International Journal of Inclusive Education. DOI: 10.1080/13603116.2014.940068

Johnstone, C. (2014). Five (more) reasons why international and diversity offices should collaborate in universities. Association of International Education Administrators Issue Brief.

Johnstone, C., DeJaeghere, J. & McCleary, K. (2013). Internationalizing the curriculum through international development projects: A case study on reflexivity, collaboration, and experiential learning. International Higher Education Teaching and Learning Review, 2 (1).

Schuelka, M.J. & Johnstone, C.J. (2011). Global trends in meeting the educational rights of children with disabilities: From international institutions to local responses. Reconsidering Development, 2 (2).

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Clinton Bullock

First Name
Clinton
Last Name
Bullock
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Job Title
Associate Director, Immersive Professional Learning & Special Programs
Location
McCone 220A
Phone
831.647.3560
Language(s)
Español
日本語
português

Clinton Bullock is the Associate Director of Immersive Learning & Special Programs, for the Graduate School of International Policy and Management (GSIPM). He earned his MA in International Policy Studies with a specialization in International Negotiations/Conflict Resolution from MIIS in 2006. He has 11 years of language/cross-cultural communication/leadership teaching experience that has taken him to Venezuela, Chile, Japan, the Defense Language Institute (DLI) and now back to MIIS.

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Christopher McShane

First Name
Christopher
Last Name
McShane
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Job Title
Visiting Professor in International Education Management
Location
Casa Fuente, 3rd Floor
City, State, ZIP
Monterey, CA
Phone
202-713-8634

1.       What is it that you are most passionate about? 

Faculty Program Tags
Expertise

International Management, Cross-Cultural Communication, Public Diplomacy/Citizen Diplomacy, and International Relations

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Recent Accomplishments

  • Guest Lecturer, International Affairs, Claremont McKenna College, Claremont, CA
  • Consultant, Collaborative Brain Trust (CBT), Sacramento, CA -- advise on projects bringing international students to the U.S. for undergraduate and graduate study
  • Editor, An Introduction to Modern Arab Culture, by Bassam K. Frangieh, Chair, Department of History and Modern Languages, Claremont McKenna College, publication autumn, 2015

Previous Work

Expert in global studies, international management and cross-cultural communication with experience at U.S. embassies, the Department of State, and the White House.  25-year career as a Foreign Service Officer in Africa, Europe, Latin America and the Middle East.  Public diplomacy specialist with background in academic and professional exchanges, public affairs and educational outreach programs.

Education
MSc, International Relations, London School of Economics, London, UK; BA, International Relations, Claremont McKenna College, Claremont, CA; Graduate Coursework, School of Advances International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, Washington, DC

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Douglas R. Garrison

First Name
Douglas R.
Last Name
Garrison
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Job Title
Adjunct Professor in International Education Management
Location
McCone Building
City, State, ZIP
Monterey, CA 93940
Phone
(831) 647-4155

What I am most passionate about: I am passionate about building successful organizations and helping practitioners develop the skills necessary to succeed as leaders.

Faculty Program Tags
Expertise

Budget management and fiscal planning; organizational communication; change management; educational leadership

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Adjunct Faculty

Peter Fordos

First Name
Peter
Last Name
Fordos
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Location
460 Pierce St, McCone 216
City, State, ZIP
Monterey, CA 93940
Phone
831-647-4155
Language(s)
Русский
Faculty Program Tags
Expertise

Global Talent & Leadership Development, Coaching Executives and Managers for Global Performance, Team Effectiveness & Performance Across Cultures, Multicultural Team-Building, Building Effective Global Teams

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Education

  • M.A. IPS – Specialization International Negotiations & Conflict Resolution, Monterey Institute of International Studies
  • M.A. IPS – International Trade Policy, Monterey Institute of International Studies

Languages Spoken:

Czech, Hungarian, Slovak, English, Basic Russian

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