Dr. Shahzad Kamyab
GlobalEd Visiting Faculty
Shahrzad Kamyab, Ph.D. has been a faculty of comparative international education and teacher education in the Master of education program at Chapman university and was the director of the study abroad consortium program at Grossmont Community College in San Diego. She also has had affiliation with the School of Leadership and Education Sciences at the University of San Diego directing practicum graduate students in the Master of TESOL program since 2010. Dr. Kamyab is an internationally recognized scholar and has published several articles in the area of international education and a few book chapters on proliferation of community colleges and the effects of the community college movement on youth unemployment in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). Her research focus is on Youth unemployment in MENA countries, global community college movement and Internationalization of Higher Education. As an international educator she’s had the opportunity to teach as visiting professor in the Middle East & Latin America. Shahrzad’s Ph.D. is in Higher Education Administration with an emphasis in community colleges and student affairs. Currently, she is the President of San Diego-Tijuana sister city society, a society within the San Diego International Sister City Association whose mission is to build a greater relationship between U.S. and Mexico through trans-border initiatives such as refugee youths education. Shahrzad is the co-editor of the recent publication, Unintended consequences of internationalization in Higher education: Comparative international perspectives on the policy and practice, with Routledge.
Co-editor (with Rosalind Raby), Unintended Consequences of Internationalization of Higher Education (Routledge, 2023)