|Max Seawright||Director of Graduate Studiesemail@example.com|
|Bryce Garner||Associate Director, Administrationfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Luciano Marzulli||K-16 Outreach Coordinatoremail@example.com|
|Rocío Torres Mora||Scholarship & Event Coordinator|
|Ashley Glenn||Academic Advising Coordinatorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Christy Hoffmann||Undergraduate Advisoremail@example.com|
|Maria Lara||Undergraduate Advisorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Blanca Yagüe||CLAC Coordinatoremail@example.com|
|Angeliki Neofitos||Program Assistantfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Bryce graduated from the University of Utah With degrees in History and Asian Studies. After graduation, Bryce worked in Japan for five years on the Japanese Exchange and Teaching Program. Bryce has traveled extensively in Central America, East Asia, and Southeast Asia and has language abilities in Vietnamese, Japanese, and Chinese. Bryce has worked for the Center for Latin American Studies and the Asia Center since 2010.
Lu is a proud alum of the University of Utah and has worked in higher education since 2006. Professionally, Lu's focus has-been on advocacy and support for first generation college students and students of color. Through his outreach role in International and Area Studies, he looks forward to developing partnerships and maintaining community partnerships through his work. Lu enjoys street food, fiction books, comedy films and being outdoors. He is fluent in English and Spanish.
Lu es graduado de la Universidad de Utah y ha trabajado en instituciones/servicios post-secundarios desde 2006. Profesionalmente su enfoque ha sido en ayudar y apoyar estudiantes que son minorias o que son estudiantes de primera generación (los primeros en sus familias de asistir a la Universidad). A través de su papel dentro del departamento de estudios internacionales el esta entusiasmado de crear y mantener colaboraciones comunitarias para seguir apoyando estudiantes. Lu disfruta la comida de la calle, leer obras de ficcion, ver peliculas de comedia y pasar el tiempo afuera. Lu habla Inglés y Español.
Rocío Torres Mora
Bio coming soon!
A graduate of the University of Utah, Ashley studied Colonialism and Imperialism in the Department of History and, through the graduate program, further developed interests in topics of inequality, access to education, gender, and more. After graduating, she moved to Wuhan, China to teach academic and business writing and filled any time off from teaching with travelling. Now having returned to the U, Ashley enjoys helping students find connections between their studies and their international interests. Outside of advising, Ashley spends time cooking Southern food, continuing to read about all things history, excelling at board games, and combing kayak.com for cheap international flights.
Maria completed a B.A. in International Studies with an emphasis in Latin America and a second B.A. in Spanish Teaching with a minor in Linguistics, both at the University of Utah. Although she calls Salt Lake City home, she is originally from Ecuador and has spent some time travelling through Europe and the Americas. Her passion for education, languages and different cultures have led her to pursue a career in higher education promoting international studies. Before coming back to her alma mater, she worked at Salt Lake Community College in the department of School Relations as a Recruitment Advisor. She has years of experience in marketing, taught Spanish/ESL to adults and children, and has collaborated with different educational institutions and community organizations throughout the valley. When she is not working with students or in the community, you can find her enjoying the outdoors, improving her cooking skills or planning her next trip!
Christy grew up in West Virginia between the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Shenandoah River. (John Denver was right—it’s almost heaven). She’s interested in internationally-focused education, which was sparked at a young age when she attended an international primary school in Reading, England for two years. She pursued that interest during her undergraduate education, where she completed a degree in International Cultural Studies studying narrative, culture, conflict resolution, film, and Hawaiian history and language. As a graduate student, Christy continued to study television and film as literature and how conflict and/or political rhetoric is imbedded in popular culture. Her experience teaching introductory composition and intercultural communication courses led her to advising, where she loves being able to help students identify their interests and their application into academic study. When she’s not on campus, Christy enjoys travelling, baking, Oxford commas, and watching and thinking about movies.