Christina Stoiciu has worked in the field of international education for over a decade and has extensive experience with international education programming and policies. Tina obtained her undergraduate degree in English from the University at Buffalo, State University of New York and her graduate degree in Higher Education Administration with a concentration in International Education from the George Washington University. Tina has worked at Georgetown University, George Washington University, and Skidmore College within the field of international education and study abroad. Now at Williams, she works closely with partners around the world to offer quality academic experiences. She is a member of NAFSA, Forum, The Guild, and serves on a number of advisory boards in the field of international education and study abroad. Tina is a recipient of the 2016 Lily von Klemperer Award.
Christina believes strongly in the transformative power of international education as an important component of any academic plan. She was drawn to this work when she studied abroad as an undergraduate student in London. It was during this time that Tina realized the profound importance of multicultural and global understanding in an ever-changing and complex world. She has since traveled and assessed programs extensively across the globe and is dedicated to helping students determine the best possible semester study away options for them. The office works hard to provide quality advising and programming for Williams students at every step of the process.