2010-2011 AIEA Presidential Fellows

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David Fleshler is the Associate Provost for International Affairs at Case Western Reserve University. Fleshler has extensive international-relations experience. At the Board of Regents, he led the statewide effort to internationalize both public and private universities; he helped establish key centers of excellence, such as the University of Akron's BioInnovation Institute; and he worked to extend resources for commercialization and entrepreneurship. Fleshler was also chief of staff to former U.S. Congressman Eric Fingerhut and spent eight years at the Jewish Community Federation of Cleveland, where he led its international efforts, which included establishing partnerships with organizations in Israel, Hungary, Russia and elsewhere. Fleshler received his law degree from the Boston College Law School.

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Hilary Lieberman Link is Associate Provost and Dean for International Programs at Barnard College, overseeing all of Barnard’s international initiatives, Academic Program Reviews, and several other faculty-related projects. She is also Co-Chair of Barnard’s Middle States reaccreditation. In the past two years, Hilary has overseen the creation of two new programs, Barnard’s Visiting International Student Program (VISP) and the annual Barnard Global Symposia. Hilary holds a Ph.D. in Italian Language and Literature from Yale University. She previously served as Dean for Study Abroad and First-Year Class Dean at Barnard.

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Carolyn O’Grady has served since 2008 as the Director of the Center for International and Cultural Education at Gustavus Adolphus College in Minnesota. She is also Professor of Education with research interests in multicultural education, service learning, and meditation. She has lived, worked, studied, and/or traveled in numerous states and countries. In her present position she is pleased to contribute her leadership to the long history of international education at Gustavus.

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Joanna Regulska has served as Dean of International Programs, School of Arts and Sciences, Rutgers the State University of New Jersey since 2008. She holds a joint faculty appointment in the Department of Women’s and Gender Studies, and in the Department of Geography. Since 2008 she has served as the Chair of the International Advisory Committee at Rutgers-New Brunswick campus. In that capacity she has been asked to lead the reorganization and expansion of RU-NB’s international and global programming and engagement opportunities for students and faculty, and to enhance institutional infrastructure that delivers internationally related services to foreign scholars and students, as well as to the Rutgers community.