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  ICCI 2015
17-20 May 2015

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2015 ICCI Faculty/Staff TBA




2014 ICCI Faculty/Staff

Kahn, Hilary E.
Co-director

Hilary E. Kahn has been at Indiana University since 1997, beginning as faculty within the discipline of anthropology and since 2004 within the field of international education. She is currently the Director of the Center for the Study of Global Change at IU-Bloomington (a Title VI National Resource Center), the Director of the Graduate Minor in Global Studies at IUB, the Director of Voices and Visions: Islam and Muslims in a Global Perspective (a public scholarship initiative supported by the Social Science Research Council), Director of Framing the Global Project (a research and publication initiative supported by the Mellon Foundation), and faculty in Anthropology and International Studies. She also leads communities of practice and professional development workshops for staff and faculty of Bloomington and the entire IU system on curriculum and campus internationalization. Before coming to the Global Center, she was the Director of Curriculum Internationalization at IUPUI. She regularly teaches within the IU Global Studies Program and the International Studies Department and she runs a summer service-learning program in Jamaica. She has taught semester long Global Dialogues courses through interactive video technology with Macedonia, Indonesia, and Russia. Her areas of interest and expertise include international education, intercultural teaching and learning, visual anthropology, visual pedagogies, human rights and the arts, and global research. In 2009, she received the IU Commission of Multicultural Understanding Faculty Award for promoting multicultural understanding and the IU International Studies Excellence in Teaching Award. She is also the leader of the Internationalization of Teaching, Learning, and Curriculum Network for NAFSA: Association of International Educators.

201 North Indiana Avenue
Indiana University
Bloomington, IN 47408-4001

Phone: (812) 855-5545
Fax: (812) 855-6271
E-mail: hkahn@indiana.edu


Hutton, Deborah S.
Co-director

Deborah Hutton is the Assistant Director of Indiana University's (IU) Center for the Study of Global Change. She is the FLAS Fellowship coordinator, co-director of the center's annual Institute for Curriculum and College Internationalization, co-director of the New Tech Global Issues All-School Project, and project director of the newly released Internationalizing the Academic Standards: Indiana. For multiple international/global outreach projects under her direction, the Global Center received the Goldman Sachs Foundation & Asia Society's Excellence in International Education Prize for Higher Education (2005) and was highlighted in the American Council on Education's Promising Practices: Spotlighting Excellence in Comprehensive Internationalization (2002), and the IU International Studies for Indiana Schools [interactive video] Project received the DIAL Consortium's International Distance Learning Programming Award (2001) for two series she created. She was the contributing editor of the Globalization issue of Faces: People, Places, and Cultures (2006). Her teaching experience includes secondary geography and history, as well as undergraduate and graduate university courses in social studies and global education. In the past, she has worked on projects to promote global education in Russian schools, strengthen social studies education in Africa, and internationalize IU undergraduate teacher education; she also facilitated an IU overseas study experience in the People's Republic of China.

201 North Indiana Avenue
Indiana University
Bloomington, IN 47408-4001

Phone: (812) 856-4827
Fax: (812) 855-6271
E-mail: huttond@iu.edu


Byler, Troy
Co-director

Troy Byler is a senior lecturer and outreach coordinator for the Germanic Studies Department at Indiana University Bloomington. He teaches all levels of German language instruction and is also the departmental liaison for the high school concurrent enrollment program, Advance College Project. He is involved with course development, articulation, teacher training and workshops, and assessment. He has been the program coordinator for a previous long-standing international program for teachers administered by the Center for the Study of Global Change.

201 N. Indiana Ave.
Indiana University
Bloomington, IN 47408-4001

Phone: (812) 272-4300
Fax: (812) 855-6271
E-mail: tbyler@indiana.edu


Turner, Paaige
ICCI Group
Co-Leader


Paaige Turner is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Communication at Saint Louis University. In her previous administrative role as the Associate Vice President for Academic and International Affairs, she was responsible for providing strategic leadership for the comprehensive globalization of Saint Louis University's academic programming. As a scholar and consultant in the field of organizational communication, she has over 15 years of experience examining, documenting and theorizing how cultural beliefs and practices create, sustain and challenge ideological frameworks. Dr. Turner received the Central States New Teacher Award in 2000, the SLU Faculty Excellence Award in 2003, SLU Star Award in 2007, and has been a finalist four times for her college’s Outstanding Teaching Award. She was the recipient of the NAFSA: Association of International Educators Region IV 2012 Dorothy Brickman Outstanding New Professional Award and a 2013 Fulbright-Nehru International Education Administrators Award to India. She has published over 30 articles. As of June 1, 2014, she will assume the position of Associate Dean in the School of Communications at Webster University, St. Louis, MO.

Saint Louis University
221 N. Grand Blvd., DuBourg 450
Saint Louis, MO 63103

Phone: (314) 977-3193
E-mail: turnerp@slu.edu


Sutton, Susan
Pre-institute Workshop Leader

Susan Sutton has recently transitioned from three decades at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis back to her alma mater, Bryn Mawr College as Senior Advisor for Internationalization. At IUPUI Sutton was Chancellor's Professor of Anthropology and Associate Vice President of International Affairs. Under her leadership, IUPUI focused its internationalization through a philosophy of international dialogue and collaboration, honored with the 2009 Andrew Heiskell Award from IIE and the 2011 Senator Paul Simon Award from NAFSA. Sutton has been President of AIEA, Chair of the International Education Leadership KC of NAFSA, and on advisory councils for ACE and IIE. She was also President of the General Anthropology Division of the American Anthropological Association, and Editor of the Journal of Modern Greek Studies. She has published five books and over 60 articles on international education and the anthropology of modern Greece.

Bryn Mawr College
Bryn Mawr, PA 19010

Phone: (610) 526-5156
E-mail: ssutton@brynmawr.edu


Rehrey, George
ICCI Instructional Consultant

George Rehrey is a Principal Instructional Consultant with IUB's Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning, where he coordinates Indiana University's Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Program and advises and supports IUB instructors as they conduct classroom research, collect evidence of student learning, form communities of inquiry, apply for funding, and disseminate their work locally, nationally, and internationally. Each summer, along with his colleagues Lisa Kurz (CITL) and Eric Metzler (Kelley School of Business), George facilitates the Course Development Institute, where 40 faculty and graduate students participate in a 4-day intensive workshop to design or redesign a course of their choice. He also works with the Internationalization Collaborative Across Bloomington Project where he assists faculty on the internationalization of their courses. George's own SOTL work includes using taxonomies in gathering evidence of student learning, documenting how student-generated visual products can promote student-centered learning, and investigating how reflective teaching and backward course design methods improve teaching and learning. George holds an MFA in photography from Ohio University and a M.Ed. in Instructional Design/Organizational Development from the University of Illinois

201 North Indiana Avenue
Indiana University
Bloomington, IN 47408-4001

Phone: (812) 856-5523
Fax: (812) 855-6271
E-mail: grehrey@indiana.edu


Garcia, Susan
Program Coordinator

Susan Garcia is Outreach Coordinator for the Indiana University (IU) Center for the Study of Global Change (Global Center) where she manages several projects, including: Bridges: Children, Languages, World; Deliberation: Integrating International and Civic Education; Global Grants Monroe County Community School Corporation; Global Issues Community Discussion Series; Internationalizing the Academic Standards: Indiana; and New Tech Global Issues All-School Project. Susan has a B.A. in History, secondary teaching license, and M.S.Ed. in International and Comparative Education with a concentration in Higher Education and Student Affairs. Before coming to the Global Center, she co-developed the curriculum for an alternative school and taught middle and high school students there for eight years. As an undergraduate, Susan studied in Spain. She has traveled to Canada, France, Guatemala, Mexico, and Morocco.

201 North Indiana Avenue
Indiana University
Bloomington, IN 47408-4001

Phone: (812) 855-1638
Fax: (812) 855-6271
E-mail: garcias@iu.edu


Potter, Pam
Administrative Assistant

Pam Potter is the Administrative Assistant for the Center for the Study of Global Change. She received her bachelor's degree in Elementary Education from Eastern Washington University. Hailing from the Pacific Northwest, Pam has also lived in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and Fremantle, Western Australia. She has seen much of the world from her home base here in Bloomington, Indiana.

201 North Indiana Avenue
Indiana University
Bloomington, IN 47408-4001

Phone: (812) 856-5523
Fax: (812) 855-6271
E-mail: global@indiana.edu


Stuehling, Amara
Program Assistant

Amara Stuehling is the Program Assistant for the Institute for Curriculum and Campus Internationalization and a doctoral student in Literacy, Culture, and Language Education. Her research focuses on a Spanish immersion preschool and how it may foster cultural understanding from a very young age. She is also an Associate Instructor with the Global Gateway for Teachers at Indiana University, preparing students to complete part of their student teaching overseas. She lived in the Netherlands and participated in study abroad programs to Paraguay, Venezuela, and Peru. Most recently, she conducted research and taught English for a summer in a rural Costa Rican community.

Indiana University School of Education
W.W. Wright Education Building, Room 1044
201 North Rose Avenue
Bloomington, Indiana 47405-1006

Phone: (812) 856-8757
E-mail: astuehli@indiana.edu


Guan, Ken
Graduate Intern

Ken Guan is the Graduate Intern for the Institute for Curriculum and Campus Internationalization and a doctoral student in the Higher Education and Student Affairs Program at Indiana University Bloomington. Prior to coming to Indiana, he worked at Kansas State University as a student services and support coordinator, and was an opera singer in Texas. His research interest is around bringing American and international students together to create meaningful learning. He loves the outdoors and spending time with his eight month old son.


Kaforski, Nicole
Program Intern

Nicole Kaforski is a recent graduate of Indiana University who majored in International Studies and minored in Spanish and Anthropology. She worked as a Resident Assistant for two years, received Indiana University's Resident Assistant of the Year award, participated in the Amnesty International Indiana Bloomington Chapter, and is a part of the National Society for Leadership and Success. She will be attending the University of South Carolina in the fall to fulfill her Master's degree in Higher Education and Student Affairs, and to work as a Graduate Assistant for Residential Learning Initiatives. She has also lived in Bahrain, studied in Peru, and has traveled to various countries.


Shireman, Hannah
Program Intern

Hannah Shireman is a recent graduate of Indiana University, where she studied Sociology, Criminal Justice, and Political and Civic Engagement. While abroad in Copenhagen, Denmark she studied Justice and Human Rights with a focus in humanitarian law and armed conflict. Her primary areas of interest include human rights, human trafficking, and domestic violence issues. She has previously interned with The Many Faces of Human Trafficking Faculty Study Group at the IU Center for the Study of Global Change and served as Vice President of the Human Trafficking Awareness Group on IU's campus.


Fumurescu, Ana
Graduate Assistant

Ana Fumurescu is a first year MA student in Indiana University’s Institute for European Studies. Her research interests converge upon Romanian nation-building and issues of trans-European immigration. She spent the last summer of her undergraduate career studying in Athens, Greece, and has also travelled extensively through much of Europe, including Romania, Bulgaria, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, the U.K., and Ireland. She is passionate about her research and strongly believes in the importance of an open-minded international education.



 
 
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