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Lindsey Hartman

International Coordinator
Faculty-Directed Programs

Education

  • B.S. Supply Chain Management; B.A. Global Politics; Certificate in International Business; Arizona State University
  • M.Ed. Higher & Post-Secondary Education; Arizona State University

International Experience

  • Studied abroad at the University of Economics in Prague, Czech Republic
  • Traveled abroad to Hungary, Germany, the Netherlands, France, Spain, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Ireland, Iceland, Canada, Mexico, Belize and Peru

Why Lindsey works in study abroad: I love the excitement students have when they talk about their international experiences and I enjoy being part of the process of increasing access to international opportunities to reach even more students.

Advice for students preparing to go abroad: Keep an open mind! Be willing to try new things and push yourself outside of your comfort zone even when it seems scary or difficult.

One of the most important lessons Lindsey learned while studying abroad or traveling: Being put in a new place where I didn't speak the language was challenging, but it increased my confidence in my ability to problem-solve and think on my feet.  

Request an appointment

Office Hours: Mondays 9-11 a.m.; Wednesdays: 2-4 p.m.

Email: Lindsey.N.Hartman@asu.edu
Phone: (480) 965-6842

Need an appointment outside her availability? Send her an email to request one.

Meet with Lindsey to discuss faculty-directed programs through the The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, including the School of Human Evolution and Social Change, the School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership, the School of Social Transformation, the School of Human Communication, the School of Family and Social Dynamics and the School of Politics and Global Studies. She works closely with faculty and staff from these schools to develop and implement a wide variety of excursions all over the globe. She can also advise students on these programs and how they meet their academic or career needs.