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Amy Anderson

Associate Provost for Global and Intercultural Affairs; Acting Associate Provost for Graduate Academic Affairs and Professional Education; Executive Director, Global and Intercultural Affairs Center (GIA)


Global and Intercultural Affairs Center; Graduate Academic Affairs; Office of the Provost


Email: Amy Anderson
Phone: 937-229-3516
Rike Center, Room 214


Amy Anderson is the Associate Provost for Global and Intercultural Affairs, Acting Provost for Graduate Academic Affairs and Professional Education, and Executive Director of the Global and Intercultural Affairs Center (GIA) at the University of Dayton. The GIA Center provides leadership, strategic direction, coordination, and support for the internationalization and global learning of campus. In collaboration with other University departments, partners and communities, we offer innovative programs and services to enhance global and intercultural education, support student success, and promote diversity, equity and inclusion.  Under the Office of the Provost, our areas include Global and Intercultural Learning (on campus, abroad, in the U.S. and virtual programming); Partnerships; Travel Risk Management; Intensive English Program; and International Student & Scholar Services. 

Amy has been at the University of Dayton since 1998, and has over 30 years experience working in a variety of international education programs. Her interest in intercultural affairs began as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Togo, West Africa. She went on to develop a career in international education and has extensive international teaching, program development and leadership experience. Amy has also worked in the areas of international admission, international student advising and study abroad. She has taught at both the graduate and undergraduate levels in the U.S., Chile, Thailand and the British Virgin Islands, and speaks both French and Spanish.


Ph.D., Educational Leadership, University of Dayton (2009)
M.B.A., Wright State University (1994)
B.S., Marketing, Wright State University (1991)

Research Interests

Global Citizenship and Engagement, Intercultural Development