Stephanie Doscher is Director of Florida International University’s
Office of Global Learning Initiatives.
She also serves as Program Evaluator for the university’s Title VI-funded Kimberly Green Latin American and Caribbean National Resource Center.
Stephanie’s work focuses primarily on organizational leadership and strategic planning, professional development, and integrative curricular and co-curricular design to enable global learning for all. Her research interests concern global learning instruction and assessment and the relationship between global learning, social innovation, and inclusive excellence. Stephanie advises a wide range of colleges and universities and presents engaging workshops for faculty and staff on methods for realizing their unique visions for transformative global learning.
In addition to her co-authored article with Hilary Landorf, “Defining Global Learning at Florida International University,” recent publications include “Global Learning for Global Citizenship” in Human Development and Capabilities: Reimagining the University of the 21st Century, “Promoting Engagement in Curriculum Internationalization” in IIE Networker, and “Education for Sustainable Human Development: Towards a Definition” in Theory and Research in Education.