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Christopher L. W. Elliott

Assistant Dean of Global Affairs

Christopher Wilcox Elliott
+1 434-924-6897
Ph.D., Social & Cultural Foundations of Education, University of Virginia
M.Ed., Curriculum & Instruction, University of Delaware
B.A., Biological Sciences, University of Delaware
Professional Activities: 

In his role as the Assistant Dean of Student Life and Global Programs, Chris Wilcox Elliott provides administrative oversight of McIntire's undergraduate programs abroad and support programs for international students in the School. He has led student programs through China, Southeast Asia, Latin America, and Europe, and looks forward to continuing to expand UVA and McIntire's international footprint. Additionally, Mr. Wilcox Elliott serves on the ICE (Core Curriculum) Steering Committee and works with the Student Life team to manage major School-wide events and the wide range of co-curricular and student engagement offerings across the McIntire School of Commerce.

Mr. Wilcox Elliott also teaches a course each semester titled Business & Culture in the United States, designed for international students and non-native speakers of English at McIntire. His scholarly and research interests include international education, college student identity development, and the study of gender and contemporary masculinities.

Selected Publications:

Innovative Practices for Undergraduate Business Education Abroad, Special Issue in Journal of International Education in Business, C. L. Wilcox Elliott and T. Orahood (eds.), Emerald Publishing, 2013 (forthcoming).
The Changing Faces of College Men, C. L. Wilcox Elliott and B. D. Reed (eds.), Joint Publication of ACPA & NASPA's Men & Masculinities Knowledge Community, 2013.
"A New Transcendence Model of Identity Construction," Journal of College & Character, 2012.