April 19, 2019
On Thursday, U-M President Mark Schlissel presented the President’s Award for Distinguished Service in International Education to Stamps Director of International Study Programs Sandra Wiley.
Wiley’s commitment to international education is detailed in a University Record profile. The article details Sandra’s experience in developing international resources at Stamps and across the wider U-M campus, and features comments from Stamps alums on the lasting value of their international experiences, made possible through Sandra’s dedication.
As director of international study programs at Stamps, Wiley has done it all — from collaborating at the university level to establish centralized resources for international education to designing programs, negotiating partnerships, creating materials and helping students get passports.
Wiley has been recognized with this year’s President’s Award for Distinguished Service in International Education, recognizing the extraordinary efforts of U-M faculty and staff who keep the university on the leading edge of international education.
“In order to honor our mission and to keep this university great, we must continue to foster connections on a global level,” President Mark Schlissel said. “Over the course of her career, Sandra Wiley has changed the lives of our students and fostered partnerships across the world.”
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