Arcadia University’s Office of Enrollment Management and Office of Study Away have launched the Global Scholars Program, a four-year program designed to integrate a global perspective in preparation for a life of scholarship, service, and professional contribution.
This personally tailored...
From weeklong cultural immersion to yearlong study abroad opportunities, Arcadia has it all– and was nationally recognized for it. On Sept. 20, PBS39 featured Arcadia after U.S. News & World Report ranked the University second in the nation for study abroad.
The segment including interviews...
The Arcadia community came together on Sept. 20 for the UKnighted Campus Communitywide kickoff meeting engage with President Ajay Nair and the chairs of the Shared Governance and Transparency, Aspirational, and Budget Task Force committees.
At the meeting, which was a follow up to the April 20...
Scott is the Director of Study Away at Arcadia University. He is responsible for establishing operational priorities and supervising the daily processes for study away. He assists academic departments with curriculum integration, implements programmatic and process improvements, as well as assess the success of study abroad programs for Arcadia students. He also maintains a portfolio of student advising.
Scott is a native of Greater Philadelphia and a graduate of Lehigh University, where he earned a Master of Education in Globalization and Educational Change. He also holds a Master of Business Administration from DeSales University and Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Shippensburg University. As an undergraduate, he studied abroad in Newcastle, Australia, and participated in a short-term, MBA experience in Germany and Romania. Prior to being Director, Scott managed Arcadia’s Preview program and worked as a study abroad adviser at Georgia College and State University.
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M.Ed. , Major in Globalization and Educational Change