Susan Buck Sutton is Senior Advisor for International Initiatives at Bryn Mawr College, and Emerita Associate Vice President of International Affairs and Chancellor’s Professor of Anthropology at Indiana University. While at Indiana University, she focused the internationalization efforts of its urban campus, IUPUI, toward a philosophy of international dialogue and collaboration. She was honored with the 2009 Andrew Heiskell Award from the Institute of International Education and the 2011 Senator Paul Simon Award from NAFSA.
Sutton has been President of the Association of International Education Administrators, Chair of the International Education Leadership unit of NAFSA, and on advisory councils or committees for the American Council on Education, Institute for International Education, and the International Association of Universities. She has also been President of the General Anthropology Division of the American Anthropological Association, and Editor of the Journal of Modern Greek Studies. Sutton has published five books and over 60 articles on international education and the anthropology of modern Greece, including the recent Developing Strategic International Partnerships: Models for Initiating and Sustaining Innovative Institutional Linkages. She has also been a consultant to nearly two dozen colleges and universities and given numerous presentations and workshops on the changing nature of internationalization, institutional partnerships, and international service learning.
Sutton received her B.A. from Bryn Mawr College in 1969 and her Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill) – both in anthropology.
She will be facilitating on July 12th on From Conflict to Creating the Future We Want and on July 17th Leveraging Technology as a Tool for Social Change: Policy and Practice