SABINE C. KLAHR portrait
  • Associate Chief Global Officer, Office For Global Engagement
  • Deputy Chief Global Officer
  • Adjunct Assistant Professor, Sociology Department
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Publications

  • Klahr, Sabine C., 2015. Pathway Provider Partnerships in Higher Education – What Institutions Should Consider. NAFSA International Educator Magazine, September/October 2015. Published, 09/01/2015.
  • Klahr, Sabine C., 2014. Campus Extension: A Low Risk, High Benefit Model. European Association for International Education Forum Magazine, Summer Issue 2014: 33-35. Published, 06/01/2014.
  • Klahr, Sabine C., 2011. Identifying and Selecting Appropriate Partner Institutions. In: Susan Buck Sutton and Daniel Obst (Eds.), Developing Strategic International Partnerships. Global Education Research Reports, Report 6, New York: AIFS Foundation and Institute for International Education. Published, 10/01/2011.
  • Klahr, Sabine C., 2011. Book Review: International Students and Global Mobility in Higher Education: National Trends and New Directions. Edited by: Rajika Bhandari and Peggy Blumenthal. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011. 238 pp. In: Excellence in Higher Education 2 (2011): 59-62. http://ehe.pitt.edu. Published, 04/01/2011.
  • Klahr, Sabine C. 2002. Every Engineer a Nomad? International Education as a Challenge to the Profession. In: Walter Grünzweig, Nana Rinehart (Eds.), Rockin' in Red Square: Critical Approaches to International Education in the Age of Cyberculture, Münster: Lit-Verlag. Published, 05/01/2002.
  • Klahr, Sabine C. and Ratti, U. 2000. Increasing Engineering Student Participation in Study Abroad: A Study of U.S. and European Programs. Journal of Studies in International Education. Spring 2000. Published, 04/01/2000.
  • Collins, Scott L. and Klahr, Sabine C. 1991. Tree dispersion in oak-dominated forests along an environmental gradient. Oecologia. 86(4):471-477. Published, 09/24/1991.
  • Collins, Scott L., Klahr, Sabine C., and Mitchell, Gail S. 1989. Vegetation-environment relationships in a rock outcrop community in southern Oklahoma. American Midland Naturalist; Vol 122 Issue 2 p 339. Published, 04/05/1989.

Languages

  • French, basic.
  • German, fluent.

Geographical Regions of Interest

  • Africa
    Global education/partnerships.
  • Americas
    Global education/partnerships.
  • Asia
    Global education/partnerships.
  • Europe
    Global Education/Partnerships.
  • Oceania
    Global education/partnerships.