Attend Open Forum Sessions with ISSFS Director Candidates
May 02, 2019
The search committee has invited two finalists for the IPO International Student, Scholar and Faculty Services (ISSFS) director position to campus. As part of these visits, the university community is invited to open forums 9-10 a.m. Monday, May 6, in the Crest Room, fourth floor, Idaho Commons, and 9-10 a.m. Wednesday May 8, in the Whitewater Room, first floor, Idaho Commons, on the Moscow Campus. Contact Aryn Baxter with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org. Read an overview of each candidate.
Maribeth Evensen-Henge, Ph.D.
Evensen-Henge is currently the senior student and scholar advisor at Utah State University. She has fifteen years’ experience working as an immigration advisor. She is a NAFSA Academy National Coach and has worked as the campus liaison for the Fulbright Scholar Program. Evensen-Henge received her doctorate of music from the University of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Dana Servheen Brolley, M.Ed.
Brolley is currently the director of international recruitment at Seattle University. Over her 18-year career in higher education, she has worked in multiple capacities within international education including marketing and recruitment, enrollment management and immigration advising. She is a NAFSA Trainer Corps member and was the NAFSA Region I Chair from 2014-2016. Brolley received her master of education from the University of Washington Bothell.
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