Susan Buck Sutton brings 40 years as faculty member and administrator to her work on global learning and engagement in higher education. Recently retired as Senior Advisor for International Initiatives at Bryn Mawr College, Sutton is also Emerita Associate Vice President of International Affairs and Emerita Chancellor’s Professor of Anthropology at Indiana University. She is now a Fellow at the Institute of International Education and Senior Associate at the American Council on Education.
Sutton is particularly focused on international partnerships, global learning, strategic internationalization, and developing a global system of higher education that works for all. She has given numerous presentations, conducted workshops in 25+ countries, and published 5 books and 70+ articles on these (and related) topics, including Developing Strategic International Partnerships. Sutton’s expertise also reflects her time as President of the Association of International Education Administrators, Chair of NAFSA’s International Education Leadership section, and officer or adviser at NAFSA, AAC&U, IAU, the American Anthropological Association, and the Forum on Education Abroad.
She holds a Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill) and a B.A. from Bryn Mawr College, both in anthropology.