Meet our incredible staff of study abroad experts.
Feel free to schedule a meeting with our staff to start your journey.
Dr. Kristin Stasiowski
Assistant Dean of International Programs and Education Abroad, Assistant Professor of Italian
Kristin Stasiowski, Ph.D. is the Assistant Dean of International Programs and Education Abroad for the College of Arts and Sciences and is also an Assistant Professor of Italian Language and Literature in the Department of Modern and Classical Languages at Kent State University. She received her Ph.D from Yale University in Italian Language and Literature and has taught Italian language, literature, cinema, history and culture in both the United States and Florence, Italy prior to arriving at Kent State where her current responsibilities are focused on promoting study abroad opportunities to undergraduates.
Alyssa Mazey, M.Ed.
Assistant Director OF INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS AND EDUCATION ABROAD
Alyssa Mazey, M.Ed. is the Assistant Director of International Programs and Education Abroad for the College of Arts and Sciences. She received both her Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies, as well as her Master of Education from Kent State University. Her current responsibilities are focused on promoting education abroad opportunities to undergraduate students.
Emily Englehart, M.Ed
Coordinator of Operations and Assessment
Emily Englehart works for the Office of International Programs and Education Abroad. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Criminology and Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Kent State University, and later her Masters in Education. Emily has studyed abroad in Australia, England, and most recently Poland. Her current responsibilties are focused on the creation of faculty-led budgets and website management for the Office of International Programs and Education Abroad for the College of Arts and Sciences.
Brad Mueller is the Graduate Assistant in the Office of International Programs and Education Abroad. He is currently completing his master's degree in Higher Education Administration and College Student Personnel. Brad graduated from Grand Valley State University with his Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and Communication Studies, and studied in Salamanca, Spain during the summer of 2015.