Jeffrey Ayala Milligan, Ph.D., director of the Learning Systems Institute, and other LSI faculty are participating this week in the Comparative and International Education Society’s conference in Atlanta, giving presentations on LSI’s work in a variety of nations.
The Comparative and International Education Society is the premier academic and professional organization for experts in international education.
In addition to Director Milligan, attending are:
- Flavia Ramos-Mattoussi, Ed.D., Senior Research Associate and Associate Director of LSI’s Center for International Studies in Educational Research & Development. Dr. Milligan is director of the center.
- Helen N. Boyle, Ph.D., Associate Professor of International and Comparative Education.
- Stephanie Simmons Zuilkowski, Ed.D., Assistant Professor of Comparative Education and International Development.
- Adrienne Barnes, Ph.D., Reading and Literary Specialist.
- Marion Fesmire, Ed.D., Associate in Research, now retired but still active in LSI’s current projects.
- Carla Parades, doctoral candidate in Education Policy and Evaluation, who assists with a number of LSI projects.
LSI’s history of work abroad reaches back to the 1960s with pioneering projects in Asia.
Today, LSI works to improve learning and instruction in a number of developing countries through international partners with government, universities, and non-governmental organizations.
LSI’s on-the-ground international experience is extensive. Learn more at http://lsi.fsu.edu/ciserd/.