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We at the Office of International Education are ready to work with you!

Write to to make an appointment with us, no matter where you are in the process. Once your meeting is schedule, please complete the intake form here.

OIE Advising Team

Betsy Brewer, director of international education (tel. x2280)

Kathy Landon, program coordinator (tel. x2270)

Josh Moore, associate director (tel. x2831)

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To Get More Specific Advising...

Faculty Advisors for Beloit College Semester Programs:

  • China - Daniel Youd (Modern Languages)
  • Ecuador - Sylvia Lopez (Modern Languages)
  • Ecuador GAIAS - Ken Yasukawa (Biology)
  • Germany - Elizabeth Brewer (International Education)
  • Hong Kong, China - Debra Majeed (Religious Studies)
  • Hungary - AndrĂ¡s Boros-Kazai (Political Science)
  • Japan - Susan Furukawa (Modern Languages)
  • Morocco - Debra Majeed (Religious Studies)
  • Russia - Donna Oliver (Modern Languages), Olga Ogurtsova (Modern Languages)
  • Senegal - Beth Dougherty (Political Science) and Josh Moore (International Education)
  • Turkey - Beth Dougherty (Political Science), Shawn Gillen (English)

Advisors for Beloit College Short-Term Programs:

Advisor for ISEP exchange and direct enrollment programs - Josh Moore (International Education)

Advisors for ACM Programs:

  • Chicago Programs:  Arts - Daniel Barolsky (Music)
  • Chicago Programs:  Entrepreneurship - Warren Palmer (Economics)
  • Chicago Programs:  Urban Studies - Carla Davies (Sociology)
  • Newberry Seminar:  Research in the Humanities - Ellen Joyce (History)
  • Oak Ridge Science - International Education Office staff, Paul Stanley (Physics)
  • Urban Education:  Student Teaching in Chicago - Kathy Greene (Education)
  • Botswana:  University Immersion -Sonja Darlington (Education)
  • Brazil:  Semester Exchange Programs - Pablo Toral (Political Science)
  • Costa Rica:  Community Engagement in Public Health, Education, & the Environment - Katie Johnson (Biology)
  • Costa Rica:  Field Research in the Environment, Social Sciences, & Humanities - Sylvia Lopez (Modern Languages and Literatures)
  • Florence:  Arts, Humanities, & Culture - Chuck Lewis (English)
  • Japan Study - Susan Furukawa (Modern Languages and Literatures) 
  • Jordan:  Middle East & Arabic Language Studies - Beth Dougherty (Political Science)
  • India: Culture, Traditions, & Globalization - Diep Phan (Economics)
  • London & Florence:  Arts in Context - Chuck Lewis (English)
  • Tanzania:  Ecology and Human Origins - Amy Briggs (Biology)

Non-ACM Domestic Program Advisors:

  • O'Neill National Theater Institute - Office of International Education staff
  • Semester in Environmental Studies, Marine Biology Lab, Woods Hole - Carol Mankiewicz (Geology)
  • Washington Semester - Georgia Duerst-Lahti