Hilary Landorf, Ph.D. is the Director of the Office of Global Learning Initiatives and an Associate Professor in the College of Education. She has a Ph.D. in International Education from New York University, an M.A. from the University of Virginia, and a B.A. from Stanford University. Dr. Landorf’s current research interests include integrative global learning in higher education and the connection between global learning and human capability development. She has published widely in national and international journals, and is regularly consulted for her expertise in globalizing K-20 curricula across the curriculum. Her recent publications include “Toward a philosophy of global education” in Visions in Global Education, and “Education for sustainable human development” in Theory and Research in Education.
Stephanie Doscher, Ed.D. is the Associate Director of the Office of Global Learning Initiatives. Dr. Doscher holds an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership and Administration from Florida International University. Her dissertation was entitled “The Development of Rubrics to Measure Undergraduate Students’ Global Awareness and Global Perspective: A Validity Study.” Dr. Doscher also holds an M.Ed. in Secondary Education from Western Washington University and a B.A. in History from Emory University. Dr. Doscher’s current research interests include assessment strategies for global education, education for human capability development, and educational ethics. She has presented and published papers on these and other topics in numerous international conferences and journals. Recent publications include, “Promoting Engagement in Curriculum Internationalization” in IEE Networker and “Education for Sustainable Human Development: Towards a Definition” in Theory and Research in Education.