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Sarah Scott

Walters Family Director of Education Abroad
Department: Dean's Office
Eppley Center
667 N Shaw Ln Rm 207
East Lansing, MI 48824
Phone: (517) 884-1664
  • Biography
    Sarah Scott is the Walters Family Director of Education Abroad at the Eli Broad College of Business. In this role, Sarah is responsible for the development and execution of the Broad College's international education portfolio, including direct enroll and exchange agreements, faculty-directed programs, service learning, and international internships. She has served as faculty director of the college's Business and Culture in Japan program since 2013. Previously Sarah served as Assistant Director of the International Business Center where she led the Center's nationally-recognized outreach activities, including the International Business Institute workshops, white paper series, and curriculum development initiatives. She has a bachelor's degree in French from the University of Michigan and an MA and PhD from Michigan State University.

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