Donald Rubin, PhD, is professor emeritus of communication studies, language and literacy education, and linguistics at the University of Georgia. He teaches intercultural communication, especially in health contexts. He directed the program for international teaching assistants at UGA; much of his published research examines US undergraduates’ linguistic stereotypes of international instructors. Rubin has led education abroad classes to Australia’s Northern Territory and to Israel to study communication, culture, and health. He has been a Fulbright scholar in Vietnam and in Israel. Rubin is currently co-PI of the Consortium for Analysis of Student Success Through International Education (CASSIE). Previously he was research director for the Georgia Learning of Students Studying Abroad Initiative (GLOSSARI; Richard Sutton, PI). He conducts research with a variety of collaborators on international learning outcomes assessment, especially with respect to sustainability education and global citizenship.