- Leeanne Dunsmore was the Associate Dean for Program Development and Graduate Admissions at American University's School of International Service. She has been responsible for developing strategic international partnerships for the School and designing innovative programs of study. She pioneered the first dual-degree program between a Japanese and American university and most recently developed the first three year bachelor’s program in international affairs. Her recent publication "How to Develop International Partnerships with U.S. Institutions: Moving from Feel-Good Agreements to Real Agreements," is part of the Global Education Research Reports Series published in 2011 by the Institute for International Education.
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