Kim Longfellow

Assistant Director of Off-Campus Programs Center for International and Intercultural Studies

Master of Arts: Interdisciplinary Studies in Human Behavior
Hood College

Bachelor of Arts: Sociology and German Studies
Gettysburg College

A woman with long brown hair sits in Herring Cole Hall in a white shirt.

Kim grew up in northeast Ohio. Inspired by her own semester studying abroad in Heidelberg, Germany, Kim began her career in international education working as an undergraduate student assistant at the Center for Global Education at Gettysburg College, where she also earned her Bachelor's Degree in German Studies and Sociology. Following the completion of her undergraduate degree, she spent a year living in Leverkusen, Germany and teaching English through the Fulbright Program. She then returned to her alma mater, Gettysburg College, as a study abroad advisor and coordinated bilateral exchange programs in Norway while earning her Master's Degree in Human Behavior from Hood College. 

Kim joined the Patti McGill Peterson Center for International and Intercultural Studies as the Assistant Director of Off-Campus programs in June 2021. In her current position, she advises St. Lawrence University students studying on a wide range of programs and helps to coordinate intercultural events on-campus, including World Languages Week and International Education Week. Given her history working as an undergraduate student assistant in her own college's study abroad office, she is particularly excited to support St. Lawrence students working as Peer Advisors with CIIS. When she is not in her office, Kim can be found reading at various points along the Grasse River, experimenting with new recipes, and thinking about where she will go hiking next.

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