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Jon Stauff

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Title

Assistant Vice President for International Affairs

Office Building

Hilton M. Briggs Library

Office

119

Mailing Address

Briggs Library 119
International Affairs-Box 2115
University Station
Brookings, SD 57007

Education

A.B., History, College of William and Mary
M.A., History, State University of New York at Buffalo
Ph.D., Modern European History, State University of New York at Buffalo

Specialty Area

  • Modern German History
  • International Education

Awards and Honors

Phi Beta Kappa (Alpha of Virginia)
Helen Shaw Staff Excellence and Special Achievement Award (The College of New Jersey)
State History Day in Iowa, Judges' Recognition Award
Lynn Turner Paper Prize, Phi Alpha Theta

Grants

New Jersey Council for the Humanities, Major Grant: "Envisioning Europe: Tyranny and Freedom in History, Literature, and Film"
Institute of International Education, IAPP China Program
Australian Education International, Seminar Grant
American Council of International Education, Junior Faculty Development Program
US Department of Education, Business and International Education Program ($138,000), PI
NAFSA Training Grant - Marhaba: Serving Arab Students and Scholars in the Quad Cities
Global Studies Program, University of Wisconsin - Development Grant
Humanities Iowa Major Grant: "Migration to the Heartland"
German Fulbright Commission: German Studies Seminar
German Fulbright Commission: Exchange Fellowship
German Academic Exchange Service: Various grants, including dissertation fellowship

Professional Memberships

NAFSA: Association of International Educators
AIEA: Association of International Education Administrators
American Historical Association
Phi Beta Kappa

Work Experience

Monmouth University: Vice Provost for Global Education, 2016-2019
The College of New Jersey: Senior International Officer/Director, Center for Global Engagement, 2009-2016
Radford University: Director of International Education, 2007-2009
St. Ambrose University: Assistant Vice President of Academic Affairs and Professor of History, 1993-2007

Creative Activities

Recent Professional Activities:
“Compassion in Study Abroad,” CIEE Conference, Barcelona, November 2018
“Who’s Got Your Back?: Applying Internal Strategic Alignment Towards International
Recruitment Goals,” NAFSA 2018 Annual Conference, Philadelphia, June 2018, and AIRC – American
International Recruitment Council Annual Conference, Ft. Lauderdale, December 2017
“Building a Strategic Program Portfolio: Who, What, Why, and How,” NAFSA 2017 Annual Conference, Los Angeles, June 2017
“Moving from ‘Study Abroad’ to ‘Education Abroad’: Collaboration with NGOs to Enhance and Expand International Education Programming,” Intercultural Education: Global Citizenship in Changing World Scenarios, Regent’s University – London, January 2017
Panelist, “Busy Intersections: How to Navigate the Multitude of Education Abroad Programs to Build a Streamlined and Effective Program Portfolio,” Forum on Education Abroad Conference, Atlanta, April 2016
“European Acculturation of American Study Abroad Students,” at CEPA Foundation/Université de Strasbourg International Symposium, “European vs. American Identities,” Château de Pourtalès, Strasbourg, France, March 2016
Presentations on “Undergraduate Education in the United States” and “Study Abroad in New Jersey” at EducationUSA workshops in Kyiv, Ukraine; Tbilisi, Georgia; Beijing, China; Yerevan, Armenia, and Istanbul, Turkey: October and November 2013-November 2015
“Study Abroad and the Promotion of the Critical Investigation of Self and Nation,” in Anthony Gristwood and Michael Woolf, eds., ‘Ain’t Gonna Study War No More’: The Lost Agenda in Education Abroad. (London: CAPA, 2015), 166-171

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