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