Nick J. Gozik
Nick J. Gozik is Director of Boston College’s Office of International Programs and McGillycuddy-Logue Center for Undergraduate Global Studies. Previously, he held positions in education abroad at the University of Richmond, New York University, and Duke University. He has also taught courses in research methodology, international studies, and international education at New York University, Boston College, and Lesley University. Gozik has conducted research on identity, race, and education in France. He has contributed to research at the Social Science Research Council (SSRC) on internationalization, interdisciplinarity, and boundary-crossing in U.S. higher education, looking at areas studies centers. More recently, his research and publications have focused on outcomes assessment in U.S. higher education. Additionally, Gozik has been active in a number of professional organizations and currently serves as Chair of the Forum Council for The Forum on Education Abroad. Gozik holds an MA in French Language and Civilization and PhD in International Education from New York University.
Promoting Inclusion in Education Abroad
A Handbook of Research and Practice
Foreword by Esther D. Brimmer
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