Who We Are

The New Scholars Committee of the Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) serves all who are new to the Society and the comparative and international education field, whether they are graduate students, faculty, or practitioners. Our conference sessions, workshops, and other activities seek to foster academic and professional development, facilitate networking opportunities, and promote the mission of CIES.

2017-2018 Committee Leadership

Committee Co-Chairs
  • Elisabeth Lefebvre (University of Minnesota, USA)
  • Maria Ishaq Khan (University at Albany, State University of New York, USA)
  • Nathan Castillo (University of Pennsylvania)
Dissertation Workshops Subcommittee
  • Masha Bakhshaei (McGill University, Canada & University of California, Los Angeles, USA)
  • Rashed Al-Haque (Western University, Canada)
Publication Workshops Subcommittee
  • Vanessa Sperduti (Western University, Canada)
  • Laura Seithers (University of Minnesota)
Essentials Series Subcommittee
  • Rachel A. Jones (Michigan State University)
  • Katie Cierniak (Indiana University, USA)
  • Malini Sivasubramaniam-Davis (University of Toronto, Canada)
Communications Subcommittee
  • Devleena Chatterji (University of Minnesota)
  • Winmar Way (Elite Open School)
Orientation Subcommittee
  • Rebecca Gokee (University of Georgia, USA)
Review Subcommittee
  • Dante Salto (National Scientific and Technical Research Council & National University of Cordoba, Argentina)
  • Vilelmini Tsagkaraki (McGill University, Canada)
Knowledge Mobilization Subcommittee
  • W.Y. Alice Chan (McGill University, Canada)

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