International Education; Intercultural Development; Teaching & Learning
Amy Lewis, Ed.D., is an associate professor of humanities for INTO George Mason University and affiliate faculty for the Higher Education Program in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences and Mason Korea.
With more than two decades of experience in the public higher education and government sectors, Dr. Lewis focuses on international education, intercultural development, and teaching and learning. Dr. Lewis has been an active leader in education professional associations including serving on board of directors for NAFSA’s Embassy Dialogue Committee on Education (EDC); Society of Intercultural Education, Training, and Research in the U.S. (SIETAR-USA); and the Fulbright Association National Capital Area Chapter.
INYO 101: Transition Support for International Students
INYO 105: U.S. American Cultures
INYO 504: Graduate Transitions for International Students
INYO 508: Special Topics Intercultural Dialogues
HE 602: College Teaching
HE 645: The Contemporary College Student
HE 713: The Internationalization of Higher Education
HE 797: Higher Education Capstone
Ed.D., University of California Santa Barbara, Educational Leadership
Understanding Heritage and Ethnic Identity Development through Study Abroad: The Case of South Korea. [Doctoral Dissertation, University of California Santa Barbara]. ProQuest Dissertations Publishing.