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Chris Haidos has degrees in English Literature and Teaching English with minors in psychology and history. His University career began with a graduate assistantship through the Student Affairs division of the College of Education and Human Service Professions (CEHSP). His work responsibilities focused on the development and retention of CEHSP’s undergraduate population. This position and corresponding course work through the departments of English and Education provided an opportunity to teach at TASIS Hellenic International School, the Athens, Greece campus of The American School in Switzerland. He taught full-time in the Department of English and assisted in the development of a boarding school program.
Upon his return to the U.S., Chris accepted a position with the University of Minnesota Duluth where he’s enjoyed responsibility for all domestic enrollment initiatives, direct allocation of institutional scholarship and financial aid resource, departmental planning, and professional staff supervision. More recently, Chris assumed responsibility for international partnership and outreach efforts within the International Programs and Services office. Chris is a member of NAFSA: Association of International Educators and the Forum on Education Abroad. His wealth of institutional and international knowledge and his entrepreneurial spirit, allows him to identify and develop international relationships of benefit to University faculty, staff, and students.