International Higher Education Consulting Blog provides timely news and informational pieces, predominately from a U.S. perspective, that are of interest to both the international education and public diplomacy communities. From time to time, International Higher Education Consulting Blog will post thought provoking pieces to challenge readers and to encourage comment and professional dialogue.
- David Comp
- I currently work as the Associate Director of International Programs at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Prior to my position at Chicago Booth, I worked as the Senior Adviser for International Initiatives in The College and an Assistant Director in the Office of International Affairs, both at The University of Chicago. I also serve as a Study Abroad Research Consultant for the Center for Global Education at California State University at Dominguez Hills. Additionally, I have taught online for The George Washington University Graduate School of Education and Human Development. I serve on the editorial advisory board of the Journal of Studies in International Education (JSIE), as assistant/copy editor for the Journal of International Students, as a Peer Reviewer for Frontiers: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Study Abroad and I have co-authored several book chapters, journal articles and reports on international education topics. Additionally, I publish the International Higher Education Consulting Blog, one of six blogs worldwide selected by the New York Times editors to feed into the International Education section of the New York Times online for nearly four years until they built up enough content. I have also served on multiple task forces and committees of The Forum on Education Abroad and NAFSA: Association of International Educators and am currently a board member of the Fund for Education Abroad. I received my B.A. in Spanish and Latin American Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, my M.S. in Family Science from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and my Ph.D. in Cultural and Educational Policy Studies, Comparative and International Education from Loyola University Chicago. The opinions expressed are my own, and they do not necessarily represent the views or opinions of my employer. Download CV