Dr. Zhou’s work focuses on internationalization of higher education, faculty engagement, global learning, and assessment. She collaborates with academic and student affairs professionals alike and teaches courses on global learning and pedagogy. She keeps an active research agenda and has published on a new theoretical framework to define and assess comprehensive internationalization as dynamic systems. Her interests also include defining and assessing global learning, digital approaches to international education, and internationalizing the campus through faculty. She designs curricular and co-curricular projects to integrate and enhance the roles of technology, languages and cultures, community engagement, and collaborative teaching in global learning initiatives. AAC&U has recognized her work at Stockton as a campus model for global learning. She is frequently invited to consult and to share her ideas at prominent conferences and a variety of campuses. As the Interim Chair of the Cultures and Languages Across the Curriculum (CLAC) Consortium, she coordinates conversations across 30+ higher education institutions dedicated to integrating CLAC approaches to transforming the curriculum to better prepare global citizenship. She holds a doctorate in Educational Theory and Practices from Binghamton University-SUNY.