Student International Advisory Committee

STUDENT INTERNATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE Encouraging intercultural involvement and global engagement for the students in the College of Education and Human Sciences

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Introducing the 2019-2020 Student International Advisory Committee: From left, back row standing: Jim Benes, global exchange coordinator, Sydney Long, Jacy Duren, May Teoh, Nate Heimann, Sophia Genova, Lakin MacGregor, Trent Smith. From left, front row seated: Alex Baker, Brenna Schmader, Sydney Klootwyk, Taylor Baldwin, Jade Virdi. Not pictured: Erin Wolf, Jackie Petersen, Ashlynn Arndt.





Our Mission

The Student International Advisory Committee are content specialists in CEHS international affairs. Through student outreach we work to increase the awareness of multicultural engagement in CEHS. As servant liaisons, we represent student voices for global planning in CEHS administration.

Meet the Committee


Ashlynn Arndt

Email: arndtashlynn@gmail.com

Phone: (402)604-1896

Hometown: Hampton, Nebraska

Desired Places to Vist: Costa Rica

Skill/Trait Worth Learning: Friendship and learning new skills



Crystal Feik

Email: mailto:cfeik2017@gmail.com

Hometown: Spalding, Nebraska

Places Visited: England, France, Spain, Greece, and Brazil

Desired Places to Vist: Netherlands and Switzerland; Anywhere in the world!

Skill/Trait Worth Learning: Creativity



Erin Kelly

Email: erin.kelly@huskers.unl.edu

Hometown: Fairfax, Virginia; I moved a lot in my childhood because my dad is a Marine

Places Studied: Berlin, Germany Summer 2019

Skill/Trait Worth Learning: Generosity



Sophia Genova

Email: sophieg2017@gmail.com

Hometown: Kansas City, Missouri

Places Visited: Honduras x 3

Desired Places to Vist: Anywhere in the world

Skill/Trait Worth Learning: Failing



Sydney Klootwyk

Email: sydneyklootwyk@gmail.com

Hometown: Elkhorn, NE



For more information

Jim Benes

Jim BenesGlobal Exchange Coordinator

Full Jim Benes bio