Intercultural Learning Officers

Intercultural Learning Officers, or ILOs, are leaders from all of Purdue’s colleges who are committed to fostering intercultural learning in their respective settings. They come together with CILMAR staff several times each semester to share what is happening in their colleges, learn about the most current CILMAR opportunities and developments, offer insights based on the unique perspectives of their units, and gather inspiration and new ideas by connecting with other intercultural leaders on campus. They disseminate information from CILMAR to their colleges and serve as a resource for all things intercultural to the faculty and staff with whom they work.   

2019-20 Intercultural Learning Officers

College of Agriculture—Pamala Morris

College of Education—Kathryn Obenchain

College of Engineering—Alina Alexeenko

College of Health and Human Sciences—Liping Cai  

College of Liberal Arts—Joel Ebarb

Libraries and School of Information Studies—Nastasha Johnson

Krannert School of Management—Charlene Sullivan

College of Pharmacy—Monica Miller

Purdue Polytechnic Institute—Robert Cox

College of Science—Laura Starr

College of Veterinary Medicine—Latonia Craig

Honors College—Natasha Duncan

The Graduate School—Tom Atkinson

Exploratory Studies—Lela Mixon 


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