Category: Intercultural Initiatives for Campus and Community

Using International Education to Support Women’s Leadership

Thursday, Jun 1
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM
Table 54

This poster will outline how two institutions incorporated international education into women’s initiatives to promote intercultural learning and leadership development through short-term travel.

Dalia Rehal

Student Life
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA

Dr. Rehal is an experienced international higher education professional with over 11 years of experience in academic and student affairs. She currently directs the Office of Student Life at Carnegie Mellon University Qatar, focusing on undergraduate leadership development, intercultural education, and holistic well-being initiatives within a diverse branch campus setting.

Elizabeth L. Morgan

Senior Program Coordinator
Austin, TX

Elizabeth has worked professionally with student success initiatives and mentoring programs at the University of Texas at Austin for over fourteen years. She currently serves as the Student Life Coordinator for the College of Natural Sciences. In this role she oversees leadership development initiatives, diversity engagement, event funding, and connecting students across the college with each other and the administration. Elizabeth also directs the Women in Natural Sciences Program which is a small community program that promotes the retention and success of high-achieving women in the physical sciences.