November 13, 2019
Join Dickinsonians in Hartford for a reception and conversation about Dickinson’s proud history as a global campus.
Samantha Brandauer ’95, associate provost and executive director of Dickinson’s Center for Global Study & Engagement, will lead a discussion about how Dickinson approaches global education uniquely and continues to grow our global programs on campus and abroad. Hosted by John ’66 P’95 & Judy Myers Bierly ’66 P’95 Dickinson was recently named the recipient of the 2019 Senator Paul Simon Award for Comprehensive Internationalization, becoming the first college in the country to receive the award twice. We continue to be a top Fulbright-producing college, and we boast a student body with 14% international students. More than 60% of our students study abroad. Drinks and hors d’oeuvres will be provided.
Please register by Friday, Nov. 8.
Samantha earned her B.A. in German and anthropology at Dickinson. As an undergraduate she studied abroad in Cameroon, Germany and France. She earned a master’s degree in international communication from the School of International Service at American University. Samantha’s professional experience includes service as programs manager at the Institute of International Education, study abroad advisor at the University of Maryland, associate director of the Office of International Programs at Brown University, visiting staff member at the Danish Institute for Study Abroad in Copenhagen and assistant director of off-campus studies at Gettysburg College. Her research interests lie in the study abroad gender gap, intervention in student learning abroad and development and assessment of intercultural competencies. In addition to numerous conference presentations, she recently published an article in the Journal of International Education in Business on experiential learning theory and intervention in learning abroad.
- Location: The Hartford Golf Club, 134 Norwood Rd., West Hartford, CT 06117
- Time: 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
- Cost: Free