Caitlynne Goodlett currentlyserves as the Assistant Director of Study Away in the Rinker Center for Study Away & International Education. She joined Furman in September 2018 as the Study Away Advisor. Caitlynne advises all students interested in study away, supports the director with affiliate and exchange program development, DEI initiatives, and returnee and pre-departure programming, data surveying, and serving as the ARO for incoming exchange students. She finds it especially rewarding to working to takedown barriers for study away, helping students professionaly frame their global studies, and supporting local cultural experiences to further internationalize the campus.
Global Education has been at the forefront of Caitlynne's life from her first academic international studies with Indiana University during highschool. Caitlynne pursued her undergraduate studies at Gettyrburg College with B.A. in Anthropology and French and a minor in Peace & Justice Studies, and participated on an language and culture immersion program with IES Abroad in Paris, France. Following graduation, she worked internationally in La Roche-Sur-Yon, France teaching English through the government-sponsored program TAPIF before coming to Furman University.
Caitlynne grew up in Zionsville, Indiana with her twin sister and parents. In Greenville, she loves finding new hiking trails, spending time with her cat Keats, exploring new restaurants and food trucks, and attending Peace Center musical performances with her friends.
B.A. Gettysburg College
Additional Professional Activity
- NAFSA E-Learning Certificate: J-1 Advising
- NAFSA Executive Internationalization Leadership E-Institute
- DEI Committee - Staff Recruitment, Advancement & Training