Bryan Schultz Director of International Programs, College of Business Administration at the University of Pittsburgh
Internationalizing undergraduate business education through academic, experiential, and research opportunities
Bryan shifted his career focus to international higher education in 2011 after spending 15 years providing executive-level leadership to nonprofit organizations in Colorado and Washington DC. Bryan’s primary content area was early childhood education but he also dabbled in land trusts, strategic planning consulting, and welfare reform. Bryan earned a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Kalamazoo College (MI) where he won the Lucinda Hinsdale Stone Award for Outstanding Scholarship and Research in Women’s Studies for his senior thesis titled Sexual Subordination in American Education: Political, Social and Economic Relationships and the E. Bruce Baxter Award for Outstanding Development in Political Science. Bryan earned a Master of Nonprofit Management from Regis University (CO) where he was awarded the prestigious Colorado Trust Fellowship, a partnership between Regis University and the Colorado Trust to develop leaders in the Colorado nonprofit sector. During his free time, Bryan enjoys long backpacking trips, following Detroit-based professional sports, painting, going to concerts, and exploring new places – especially those overseas.
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