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Center for Global Education — Faculty and Staff

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Patricia Lamson
Director
Contact regarding: Center for Global Education, Off-Campus Study/May Terms, International Students, Border Studies Program
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Jennifer Lewis
Associate Director
Contact regarding: Off-Campus Study/May Terms
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Ali Edington
International Student Adviser
Contact regarding:  International Students
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April Crowe
Global Programs Coordinator
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Candice Marshall

ELL Instructor & International Student Adviser
Contact regarding: English Language Learning, International Students
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Safia Diarra
ELL Instructor & International Student Adviser
Contact regarding: English Language Learning
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Melissa Cox
Administrative Assistant
Contact regarding: Center for Global Education
 
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Geoff Boyce

Border Studies Instructor, Academic Coordinator
Contact regarding: Border Studies Program
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Cristen Vernon

Border Studies Instructor, Spanish Language Curriculum Coordinator
Contact regarding: Border Studies Program
 

LBCCenter for Global Education

Located in the Landrum Bolling Center (LBC)

765-983-1424

Email the office

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Dyron Dabney
Director
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Mary Owens
Coordinator
Kelly Remo
Kelly Remo
Program Associate
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