- Location: Rike Center 212-A
- Phone: 937-229-3553
- Email: Contact
Tina Newton is the Associate Director for Partnerships and Exchanges at the University of Dayton’s Center for International Programs. In this role, she works to strengthen the University’s relationships with existing partner institutions to foster collaboration, as well as faculty and student exchanges. Tina supports the development of new partnerships around the world in concert with UD’s international strategic plan. She works closely with all academic units and departments at the university to support the development and coordination of programs and events which enhance the overall internationalization of the University. She also serves as the CIP’s data and finance analyst, mission and identity coordinator, technical lead for Studio Abroad software, and is the CIP staff liaison to the International Education Council. Tina brings extensive partnership and community development experience to this position. She has developed extensive cross-cultural skills while working with immigrant communities in Washington, D.C., El Paso, Texas and Tampa, Florida. Additionally, she brings teaching experience, having taught Latin American Civilization with a service-learning component at Miami University, as well as research experience, working in the Institute for Policy and Economic Development at the University of Texas. Tina also has a strong knowledge of campaign development, community relations, grant writing, and policy and program planning as well as strong communication, budget management and data analysis skills. Tina holds a Master of Arts in Political Science and a Bachelor of Arts in French and International Studies from Miami University (transferring from Georgetown University), and is currently pursuing her M.B.A. here at the University of Dayton. She is fluent in Spanish and French, and has aspirations to learn Mandarin Chinese.
M.B.A., University of Dayton (2013)
M.A., Political Science, Miami University (2001)
B.A., International Studies and French, Miami University (2000)
Member, NAFSA (International Education Leadership Knowledge Community)
Member, MBA Women International Alumni Representative, Georgetown University Alumni Admissions Program
Textbook contributor: “The Texas Legislature,” and “The Border Development Alliance,” ¡Dígame! Policy and Politics on the Texas Border, Eds. Soden, Coronado, Brenner, Kendall/Hunt Publishing, July 2003.
Technical Reports: Compensation & Benefits Study for the El Paso Chapter 13 Trustee Office, BDA Economic Analysis and Community Perspectives on the Border, Quality of Life in El Paso.