Soraya Campbell began her career in international education after spending several months in Hungary on a study abroad program sponsored by the National Science Foundation. She previously worked at the University of Florida and the College of Charleston dealing with a broad range of issues pertaining to international education including study abroad, international student and faculty services, and international program development. She also taught in the Department of Classics at the University of Florida while completing her graduate degree.
Soraya is an active member of NAFSA: Association of International Educators, having served on the subcommittee for under-representation and previously as the education abroad Knowledge Community Liaison for Region VII, which is comprised of the southeastern US, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands.
Her special interests lie in the use of technology in higher education, using data to drive decision making, and finding new ways to outreach to underrepresented populations in education abroad. Campbell received her bachelor’s degree in anthropology and classics and her master’s degree in Latin from the University of Florida. She joined Duke’s Global Education Office for Undergraduates in 2013.
Primary Responsibilities: Program management for Duke in Madrid (semester), Duke in Venice (semester), Duke in Los Angeles (semester), Duke in New York Arts and Media (semester and summer), Duke in New York Finance (semester), Duke Pratt in Costa Rica (summer), Duke in Geneva (summer), Duke in Spain (summer), and Duke in Venice (summer). Manager of Program Coordinator/Advising team.
Professional Interests: Diversity, under-representation, non-traditional locations, technology, data, social media, risk-management, program development, program management