Guiding Development and Implementation

To guide further development and implementation of Global Education for All, Global Affairs has convened a campuswide Steering Committee whose members engage with each school and college, as well as the student body, Academic Senate, Academic Federation, Staff Assembly, and other key units supporting student life and learning.

Steering Committee

  • Raquel Aldana, Student Affairs and Campus Diversity, and School of Law
  • Ashwin Aravindakshan, Graduate School of Management
  • Ken Barnes, Internship and Career Center, Student Affairs and Campus Diversity
  • Ingrid Berhsin (interim representative), Public Scholarship and Engagement
  • Ricardo Castro, College of Engineering
  • Whitney Cheung, Office of Research
  • Paulina Zielinska Crook, School of Veterinary Medicine
  • Robb Davis, Global Learning Hub, Global Affairs
  • Aliki Dragona, Global Learning Hub, Global Affairs
  • Sue Ebeler, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
  • Nancy Erbstein, Global Affairs
  • Jaimey Fisher, College of Letters and Science
  • Zak Frieders, Global Learning Hub, Global Affairs
  • Kerry Hasa, Staff Assembly and School of Education
  • Jacob Hosier, Continuing and Professional Education
  • Nehal Jain, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
  • Alinia Kaijely, College of Biological Sciences
  • Pornpipat Kasemsap, Graduate Student, Plant Sciences
  • John King, Graduate Education and Graduate Studies 
  • Michael Lazzara, Global Affairs
  • Pablo Ortiz, Committee on International Education, Academic Senate
  • Brandon Pettit, Student Development, Student Affairs and Campus Diversity
  • Michael Schick, School of Medicine
  • Christina Schiesari-Van Den Abbeele, Academic Federation 
  • Joseph Sorenson, College of Letters and Science
  • Dawn Takaoglu, Undergraduate Education
  • Matt Traxler, Undergraduate Education
  • Laura Van Auker, Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing
  • Wesley Young, Services for International Students and Scholars, Global Affairs
  • Philipp Zerbe, College of Biological Sciences
  • Valeria Zunino, Professional Student, School of Education

Global Education for All Fellows 

The Global Education for All Fellowship is a campuswide student committee created to further develop and implement Global Education for All—a goal aiming to provide 100% of our undergraduate, graduate, and professional students with global learning opportunities that change their lives and our world.

Global Education for All Fellows work on special projects in student teams, receive professional development support, and have opportunities to network with leaders across campus.

Global Education for All Fellows outside International Center
2019-20 Global Education for All Fellows outside the International Center on campus.

2019-20 Global Education for All Fellows

Student Leaders

  • Nehal Jain, undergraduate student, managerial economics and design, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and College of Letters and Science 
  • Alina Kajley, undergraduate student, global disease biology, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
  • Paul Kasemsap, Ph.D. student, horticulture and agronomy, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences

Fellows

  • Kavya Achyutuni, undergraduate student, biochemistry and molecular biology, College of Biological Sciences
  • Marielle Berman, MBA student, Graduate School of Management
  • Balvinder Chand, undergraduate student, sustainable environmental design, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
  • Irina Chukhray, Ph.D. student, sociology, College of Letters and Science
  • Patrick Cunningham, Ph.D. student, civil and environmental engineering, College of Engineering
  • Esther DeLozier, Ph.D. student, ethnomusicology, College of Letters and Science
  • Andressa Goncalves-Vidigal, Ph.D. student, musicology, College of Letters and Science
  • Esra Hawsawi, undergraduate student, materials science and engineering, College of Engineering 
  • Stacy Kim, DVM student, School of Veterinary Medicine
  • Marina Mautner, Ph.D. student, hydrologic sciences, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
  • Nadia Moukanni, Ph.D. student, soils and biogeochemistry, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
  • Adebola “Bola” Olarewaju, Ph.D. student, Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing
  • Nahrain Rasho, Ph.D. student, political science, College of Letters and Science
  • David Soltero, undergraduate student, Chicana/o studies and English, College of Letters and Science
  • Hasitha Tumu, undergraduate student, applied physics, College of Letters and Science
  • Johanna Vega-Garcia, Ph.D. student, School of Education
  • Felicia Yen, undergraduate student, cell biology, College of Biological Sciences
  • Marwa Zafarullah, Ph.D. student, integrative genetics and genomics, College of Biological Sciences 

More Information

Visit the Global Education for All webpages to find out more about the initiative. To learn more about giving opportunities, please see our Global Affairs Giving page. To learn more about giving opportunities, please see our Global Affairs Giving page.

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