Kazeem Kehinde Sanuth is the International Education Outreach Administrator with the Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies (HLS). His mission is to advance HLS outreach efforts and to take the lead on coordinating International Education Outreach programs across IU. He has been involved in language education and internationalization as a classroom instructor and a coordinator of language programs. He previously served as a Project Assistant at the Language Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW-Madison), where he provided professional support for research and programming in education, language pedagogy, and international education. He also served as the Assistant Coordinator of the Language Program in the department of African Cultural Studies, UW-Madison. He recently defended his Ph.D. dissertation in Second Language Acquisition at UW-Madison. His research, an ethnographic study of American learners of Yoruba in South-West Nigeria, explores the social, cultural and linguistic implication of language study abroad in a multilingual West African setting. He is interested in issues relating to cross-cultural understanding, global, and international education.
International Education Outreach Administrator