Program Coordinator, CRS
School of International Service
A Minnesota native, Caleb received his undergraduate degrees from Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa. While living among the fields of corn, Caleb served as an intern at the World Food Prize Foundation, and co-taught several simulation courses using a teaching pedagogy called Reacting to the Past.
After graduation, Caleb lived abroad in Guilin, China for two years where he taught a variety of subjects in English to first- and second-year college students at Guangxi Normal University.
Today, Caleb attends the School of International Service as a student in the International Peace and Conflict Resolution program, and doubles as the Program Coordinator for the Comparative & Regional Studies program.
B.A. in International Relations; Politics (double major), B.S. in Biochemistry, Cell, and Molecular Biology
- Favorite Spot on Campus
- The commuter lounge in EQB.