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CIES Board of Directors
The Board is the legislative and policy-making body of the Society, with the power to review and direct the general affairs of the Association.
For more information on the Board and its leadership role go here.
Professor, The Pennsylvania State University
Professor, Arizona State University
Professor of Education, Teachers College Columbia University
Professor, Social and Cultural Foundations in Education, DePaul University
Director of Research, RTI International
Interim Secretary (appointed)
Associate Professor, Loyola University Chicago
Bjorn H. Nordtveit
Editor, Comparative Education Review
Department of Educational Policy, Research & Administration, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Esther E. Gottlieb
Special Advisor for International Affairs and Associate Professor of Comparative and International Education, The Ohio State University
Professor of Education, Economics, and International Affairs, University of Pittsburgh
Board Members at Large(3 year terms)
Senior Lecturer, Associate Director of Int’l Educational Development Program, University of Pennsylvania, Graduate School of Education
Student Representative, University of Minnesota
Professor and Interim Dean, Ruth S. Ammon School of Education, Adelphi University
Professor of International Education Policy and Development & Director, UCL Centre for Education and International Development, University College London
Executive Director of International Programs, University of Idaho
Associate Professor, Department of Educational Administration, Michigan State University
Student Representative, OISE–University of Toronto
Vice President, Social Impact, Lever for Change, A John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Affiliate
Associate Professor, University of Massachusetts Boston
The minutes of the CIES Board's meetings are always available to current members.
Minutes for previous years are available in the File Libraries which can be accessed in the Members Area. You must be logged in as a member to access the Members Area.