2017 Global Dialogue Fellows

 

In 2017 NAFSA welcomed a new cohort of the Global Dialogue Fellowship Program, a program for higher education internationalization leaders. The five Global Dialogue Fellows from Africa are receiving support to attend two NAFSA annual conferences, providing them with opportunities to meet and collaborate with university leaders in the United States and from around the world. In addition, each fellow is partnered with a Global Dialogue Partner, a U.S.-based international education leader, for ongoing discussion and sharing of expertise, information, and resources.

Through this program, NAFSA is committed to creating opportunities for dialogue and engagement on a global level to support the fellows in designing new and deeper international programs for students, scholars, faculty, and exchange visitors at their home institutions.

Gladys Attah-Gyamfi

Gladys Attah-Gyamfi
University of Cape Coast, Ghana

Khadidiatou Diallo

Khadidiatou Diallo
Gaston Berger University of Saint-Louis, Senegal

Gerald Kagambirwe Karyeija

Gerald Kagambirwe Karyeija
Uganda Management Institute, Uganda


Suzannette Glena Mangay

Suzannette Glena Mangay
Fourah Bay College, Sierra Leone

Johann Yaw Sekyi-Baidoo

Johann Yaw Sekyi-Baidoo
University of Education, Ghana

The Global Dialogue Partners for the 2017 fellows include:

  • Stephen Kodjo Appiah-Padi, Bucknell University
  • Shontay Delalue, Brown University
  • Michele Petrucci, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
  • Mark F. Schaub, Grand Valley State University
  • Douglas B. Palmer, Walsh University

See photos of the fellows from the 2017 NAFSA Annual Conference & Expo in Los Angeles.

NAFSA thanks the University of Southern California for arranging library research opportunities for the fellows following the NAFSA 2017 Annual Conference.

Questions

Contact globalfellows@nafsa.org