Center for Global Education Staff
Christian F. Wilwohl, Ed.D.
Dean of Global Education
Christian provides leadership for the Center for Global Education by working with the administration, faculty, staff, and students in all aspects of PC’s global education programs – Flagship Programs, faculty-led programs, and approved programs offered by third-party providers. Before joining PC, Christian served as the study abroad program director at SUNY New Paltz and off-campus studies coordinator at the University of Lynchburg. Christian earned his doctorate in international education at the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities and received his M.A. in African Studies at the University of London. As an undergraduate at McDaniel College, Christian studied abroad in Geneva, Switzerland on a program sponsored by the School for International Training (SIT). Christian has taught English in France and Japan as well as college-level courses at the University of Lynchburg and Dankook University in South Korea. On a professional level, Christian is actively engaged in NAFSA, Forum on Education Abroad, and Diversity Abroad.
Study Abroad Advisor
Stephanie advises all semester study abroad students in the School of Arts and Sciences and the School of Professional Studies. In addition, she is the designated advisor for international students and all short-term study abroad programs. For her undergraduate studies, Stephanie attended Rhode Island College and earned a B.A. in Elementary Education. She taught in a variety of roles for about five years before deciding to pursue a career in higher education. Prior to joining the Center for Global Education team, Stephanie worked at Bryant University for four years. She started as an Academic Advising Assistant as part of the Undergraduate Advising office. Stephanie also enrolled in Providence College as a graduate student during this time and received an M.Ed. in Higher Education. Her role eventually transitioned into a Study Abroad Administrative Advisor position within the Study Abroad office. Over the course of her graduate coursework and internship, Stephanie developed a passion for advising and global education. She has a range of experiences engaging with students and is dedicated to supporting those of Providence College with their study abroad plans.
Anna is the front-line resource of the Center for Global Education. Prior to her position in the CGE, Anna spent five years working in the PC Office of Enrollment Services. In her former role as a Degree Audit Specialist, Anna worked closely with the CGE. She assisted study abroad students and members of the faculty with the course articulation process. As a parent of two college students, Anna brings her understanding of the concerns and apprehension felt by parents.