Santiago Castiello-Gutiérrez

Santiago Castiello-Gutiérrez
Seton Hall University · Department of Education Leadership Management and Policy,

Doctor of Philosophy
Assistant Professor, Department of Education Leadership Management and Policy, Seton Hall University

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Introduction
Passionate about Higher Education, specifically about Internationalization and Technology & Innovation in Education. Solid experience in student and international affairs in a world-class university. I aspire to generate new knowledge in the field of Higher Education Administration, specifically in the understanding of the impact of internationalization for student development in terms of leadership and well-being of the communities surrounding the more globally competent study abroad alumni.
Additional affiliations
May 2017 - May 2022
The University of Arizona
Position
  • Research Assistant
January 2010 - June 2011
Tecnológico de Monterrey
Position
  • Teaching Assistant
Description
  • Teaching Assistant for the courses: ED4028 - Introduction to Student Affairs (2011), ED4029 - Student Development Theories (2010), ED4031 - College Student Retention: Theory, research, and practice (2010)
Education
August 2015 - December 2020
University of Arizona
Field of study
  • Higher Education
August 2007 - December 2009
Tecnológico de Monterrey
Field of study
  • Business
August 2002 - December 2006
Tecnológico de Monterrey
Field of study
  • Engineering

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Publications (41)
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Inspired by UNESCO’s WHEC2022 and the issues identified as part of the consultations for this event by IESALC, the Journal of International and Comparative Higher Education is interested in proposals of academic works focusing on Latin America and the Caribbean higher education addressing any of these key issues above framed under the challenges an...
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After the COVID-19 pandemic forced higher education institutions (HEIs) in the United States (US) to transition into online instruction, a particular subpopulation of students was highly impacted: international students. This study is aimed at understanding the impact of COVID-19 on international students' social support, financial wellbeing and ps...
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Drawing from resource dependence theory, this study explores the extent to which international student enrollment related to institutional decisions to shift to in-person instructional strategies during the COVID-19 pandemic. We focus our study particularly on July 2020, a time during which tensions around international students' legal status in th...
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This brief essay is an introduction to the theorization of institutional funds of knowledge (IFK) as an emerging concept along with its application in the context of organizational theory particularly around issues of higher education institutions (HEIs). IFK refers to the skills and knowledge that have been historically and culturally developed an...
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Symbiosis eXpress IntlEd Magazine. As associations/networks/consortia, we are bridge-builders in the international education ecosystem; we maintain, expand, and create opportunities for collaboration. By working together, we can become promoters of constructive symbiotic relationships. Let us rebuild our global village through mutual understanding...
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Mexico faced two public-health crises in eleven years: the (A)H1N1 crisis in 2009 and the current COVID-19 one. While different in magnitude and impact, each one compromised higher education institutions’ (HEIs) academic continuity and international programs. In this chapter, we analyze, from an organizational perspective, whether or not, and to wh...
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Drawing from theories of academic capitalism and resource dependence, this study explores the extent to which international student enrollment related to institutional decisions to shift to in-person instructional strategies during the COVID-19 pandemic. We focus our study particularly on July 2020, a time during which tensions around international...
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Internationalization, as a process that most higher education institutions (HEIs) take part in, keeps moving closer to market-like practices that can enable it to also drift farther away from the democratic mission of education. Most of the dominant practices of internationalization come from the Anglo-American world but their pervasiveness makes i...
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Since the United States is the number one destination in the world for international students (Institute of International Education 2019), the expectations are high for the country’s colleges and universities to provide a welcoming environment. For the past 4 years, the social and political climate in the country has made this task even more compli...
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In this recent essay, we reflect on how the current wave of neo-nativism in the U.S. has resulted in completely racist policies. But the current policy agenda is unfortunately not always called-out in that way nor is it analyzed accordingly. We have witnessed in recent times rising nationalistic and nativistic attacks that have impacted higher educ...
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International students in the U.S. have been pushed out and dehumanized by the policies of the Trump Administration. While sometimes the arguments used to defend the importance of international students tend to perpetuate their commodification; the rapid, coordinated, and powerful mobilization led by scholars and higher education institutions after...
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Chapter Highlights: - Research has shown a positive relationship between education abroad (EA) participation and retention and degree completion. - University alumni who participated in EA are more likely to donate to educational institutions than their peers who did not study abroad. - Involvement in EA programs has pushed institutions to seek i...
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Although it has one of the less expensive costs of attendance, universal access to higher education in México is still far away from becoming a reality. The federal government along with the public and private educational institutions have implemented different approaches to increase access but the gap among higher and lower strata of the populatio...
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Following the 2016 U.S. presidential election and the government openly anti-immigrant rhetoric threatening to deport unauthorized immigrants (including students with DACA protection), several actors in Mexico organized to launch the PUENTES program to facilitate enrollment of Mexican students living in the U.S. at a Mexican HEI to finish their deg...
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The United States is the leading country host of the world’s internationally mobile higher education students, enrolling almost a fourth of the world’s total. Although international students offer countless benefits to U.S. colleges and universities, they are often a misunderstood and negatively stereotyped population. There are common shortcomings...
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Internationalization strategies are becoming pervasive within HEIs, but a common thread that aligns diverse international activities with the essence of each institution’s public good mission is missing. Some Institutions enact an approach that challenges the current mainstream Anglo-American construct of internationalization while contributing to...
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Although it has one of the less expensive costs of attendance, universal access to higher education in México is still far away from becoming a reality. The federal government along with the public and private educational institutions have implemented different approaches to increase access but the gap among higher and lower strata of the populatio...
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North America is among the wealthiest, most diverse and most influential regions in the world. The region is also faced with substantial shared challenges, many of them not confined to any single country or even only to the region. The complexity introduced by this diversity creates an interesting set of problems and opportunities for the Consortiu...
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This is an Op-Ed first published in Inside Higher Education's "The World View Blog". I discuss why and how Higher Education Institutions, particularly in the Anglo-American world, need to move beyond multiculturalism and towards a more purposeful approach to interculturalism. International students on campus need to be valued for their uniquenesses...
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Within the internationalization strategies of higher education institutions, there is a recent tendency to shift from moving people to moving programs and providers. Transnational education in the form of international branch campuses became an important phenomenon during this century’s first decade. However, criticisms and risks associated with op...
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Global pressures and disciplinary mechanisms have homogenized higher education institutions (HEIs) from different geopolitical contexts, which now try to imitate normalized notions and structures of higher education. Internationalization strategies are becoming more pervasive in all substantive functions of HEIs. However, there seems to be a missin...
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The following text contains my personal reflections and some of my remarks delivered during the Council for International Higher Education (CIHE) Presidential Panel session at the Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE) annual meeting in Tampa Bay, Florida (Nov, 2018).
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A 25 años de que México, los Estados Unidos y Canadá formalizaran el establecimiento de un importante bloque regional tanto en lo comercial como en lo cultural, este texto reflexiona sobre el estado actual de algunas expresiones de la internacionalización de la educación superior en América del Norte. Analizamos el papel que organismos, institucion...
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This chapter analyzes international student mobility between higher education institutions in North America (Mexico, United States and Canada) from 2014-2016. Full report available at: http://patlani.anuies.mx/
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Este artículo tiene como propósito contribuir al entendimiento del tema de la movilidad estudiantil internacional entrante y saliente en México a partir de los resultados del Reporte Patlani 2014-2016. Se incluye la definición de movilidad estudiantil internacional, así como su rol en la estrategia de internacionalización. Se presenta además un aná...
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This chapter analyzes international student mobility between higher education institutions in North America (Mexico, United States and Canada) from 2014-2016.
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Preliminary findings of the forthcoming edition of the Patlani report (Mexican survey of student mobility).
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This study focuses on identifying the effect of studying abroad in different countries on students’ satisfaction. The study was conducted by surveying nearly 2 000 Mexican undergraduate students enrolled in a summer or semester program abroad in 2015. Findings show that, in general, students are more satisfied with their experience abroad when it t...

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The purpose of this study is to better understand how university presidents from multiple countries engage in crisis leadership. We utilize the COVID-19 pandemic as the common experience for a multi-institution case study. The study is divided into three main topics: 1) What is the role of the president in times of crisis and how do they fulfill that role? 2) What is the role of the institutional mission and history when experiencing a crisis?/ How do presidents make decisions during times of crisis? 3) Given the global nature of higher education, how do presidents engage international students during a global crisis?
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This internationally collaborative action-research project seeks to expand the University of Arizona’s (UA) Hispanic Service Institution (HSI) status across the US-México border and recenter its knowledge and outreach by connecting Indigenous communities internationally. US higher education has long suppressed Indigenous communities’ systems of knowledge, which are grounded in interconnected relationships with their ancestral territories, other living entities, and the world around them (Deloria & Wildcat, 2001; Dozier Enos, 2017; Nelson & Youngbull, 2015). Creating a community of interest where Indigenous educators and thought leaders from different regions can share their knowledge provides a unique opportunity for courageous innovation as well as further supporting culturally relevant practices acquired over millennia. Therefore, this project looks to bring together two institutions that are attempting to address historic wrongs that have marginalized Indigenous students from their community. An especially unique feature of this work will be to incorporate digital technology as both a medium for storytelling and increasing awareness towards positive change.
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Identificar las políticas públicas que favorecen la internacionalización de los sistemas de educación superior en las seis principales economías de América Latina: Argentina, Brasil, Chile, Colombia, México y Perú.