Stephanie Doscher

About

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.

Author's Books

Making Global Learning Universal

Promoting Inclusion and Success for All Students

Paperback
$35.00
E-Book (ePub)
$35.00

The Guide to COIL Virtual Exchange

Implementing, Growing, and Sustaining Collaborative Online International Learning

Edited by Jon Rubin and Sarah Guth
Contributions by Stephanie Doscher and Carrie Prior
Foreword by Hans de Wit
Paperback
$55.00
E-Book (ePub)
$55.00