Dr. Gene Hammond is a professor with several decades of experience in higher education, specializing in academic writing and its pedagogy, administration, and research/scholarship. More importantly, Prof. Hammond’s contribution to the American university system has been the development of and administration of academic programs at the University of Maryland and at Stony Brook University that have been academically excellent, with high faculty morale, creating and fostering faculty relationship across campus, and advancing the university’s core mission of undergraduate education through general education curriculum. Starting his career in the American Navy and having experienced many other professions — construction worker, farm worker, postal worker, middle and high school teacher, small store manager — before and after that, Prof. Hammond has also been a world traveler, collaborator, and promoter of higher education in his own country and beyond. Please click here for more information about Dr. Hammond’s profile.
Rosalind Latiner Raby
Rosalind Latiner Raby, Ph.D. is a Senior Lecturer at California State University, Northridge in the Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Department of the College of Education and is an affiliate faculty for the ELPS Ed.D. Community College program. She also serves as the Director of California Colleges for International Education, a non-profit consortium whose membership includes ninety-one California community colleges.Dr. Raby is the past-NAFSA Education Abroad KnowledgeCommunity College chair for NAFSA, and the past-NAFSA Region XII Community College Coordinator. Dr. Raby received her Ph.D. in the field of Comparative and International Education from UCLA and since 1984, has worked with community college faculty and administrators to help them internationalize their campuses. Please click here for more information on Dr. Raby’s profile.