Associate Vice Chancellor for International Affairs
- Asian students
- International students
Gil Latz is associate vice chancellor for international affairs and professor of geography at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis and associate vice president for international affairs and affiliated professor of philanthropy at Indiana University. His research on internationalization and on comparative regional development policy includes affiliation with Tokyo University and University of Florence. He received both a master’s degree and doctorate in geography from the University of Chicago. He recently authored “Rediscovering Shibusawa Eiichi in the 21st Century,” published in 2014. Current research projects include Internationalization and the Stewardship of Urban Places and Global Cities Initiative with The Brookings Institution.