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Jermain Griffin Professorial Lecturer School of Education

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(202) 885-6367
CAS - School of Education
Spring Valley Building - 467
PhD, Colorado State University, 2017 MS, Illinois State University, 2006 MA, University of Illinois at Springfield, 2003 BA, Western Connecticut State University, 2002

Dr. Jermain Griffin is a May 2017 PhD graduate from Colorado State University. Dr. Griffin continues to work with the American Council on Education’s Center for Internationalization and Global Engagement (CIGE) as a research consultant. In 2017, he co-authored research on U.S.-Mexico and U.S.-U.K. higher education partnerships. Dr. Griffin recently co-authored, "Boundaries, bridges, and barriers: collaboration in the borderland context," in The Future Agenda for Internationalization in Higher Education, an edited volume from the Routledge Internationalization in Higher Education Series. His research continues to focus on the internationalization of higher education in the U.S. and Mexico, primarily. Additionally, he served as the Associate Director of the International Studies Program at Fairfield University for several years. Dr. Griffin also taught courses at Fairfield including International Studies electives and a capstone seminar for the University’s Peace and Justice Studies Program. He is a returned Peace Corps volunteer (El Salvador 2005-2007) and a former aid worker with Mercy Corps in Sudan.