Anthony Shull
McKinney Chair of International Programs

(317) 955-6333
Oldenburg Hall, room 017

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Anthony Shull has eight years of experience working in business and more than 14 years of experience in higher education. He is currently the McKinney Chair of International Programs and executive director for global initiatives at Marian University. Anthony is responsible for stewarding the university’s internationalization process as well as daily operations of the Office of an International Programs, including international student recruitment and admissions, international services, study abroad and international partnerships.

Prior to coming to Marian University he served as executive director of international affairs at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs and before that director of el Departamento de Idiomas at the Tec de Monterrey, Campus Estado de Mexico in Mexico City, Mexico. His areas of expertise are strategic planning for internationalization and international center start-up, international partnership development, ELL program development, and innovative/entrepreneurial program development. He has a bachelor’s degree in merchandising in business and a master’s degree in teaching english as a second language.

An AIEA 2013-2014 Neal Presidential Fellow, Anthony enjoys working closely with international education peers, students, faculty, and university leaders, as well as local and global partners in creating international opportunities which promote global competencies.

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