Dr. Harvey Kesselman, President of Stockton University in New Jersey has received an appointment to an International educational initiative.

Specifically, the Association of International Education Administrators (AIEA) has established the Presidential Ambassadors Council.

Kesselman will serve on this council and he will make presentations at AIEA conferences and promote international education by writing articles and opinion columns.

Kesselnan will also serve as a peer mentor.

"Stockton has long had a commitment to global perspectives and learning, and I am honored to bring my perspective and experience to this new initiative," said Kesselman.

“I look forward to meaningful collaboration on the changing landscape of international higher education while continuing initiatives like Ospreys R.I.S.E., which imbues research, international education, service-learning and experiential learning into the Stockton experience,” said Kesselman.

Kesselman was appointed in December, 2022 and he will be working with:

  • Carolyn J. Stefanco, inaugural chair; former president, CEO, Barét Leadership Consulting, United States.
  • Margee Ensign, president/vice chancellor, United States International University- Africa, Kenya
  • Judy Genshaft, former president, University of South Florida, United States.
  • Cheryl Green, president, Governors State University, United States.
  • Carl Jubran, president, Institute for American Universities, The American College of the Mediterranean, France
  • Hilary Link, former president, Allegheny College, United States

According to Stockton University, “The AIEA is a member organization that equips leaders to shape the future of higher education in a global context and partners with other organizations around the world to develop sustainable, forward-looking perspectives.”

SOURCE: Stockton University.

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