Kyle Long
Adjunct Assistant Professor of International Education

Higher Ed

  • Mobility
  • Value of college
  • International students
  • For-profit colleges
  • Business of education
  • Enrollment
  • Federal policy
  • Liberal education
  • New colleges
  • Public opinion and advocacy

Kyle Long is an adjunct assistant professor of international education and UNESCO co-chair of international education for development at the George Washington University. He is the author of The Emergence of the American University Abroad (2020). He specializes in international higher education, development, privatization, philanthropy, and diplomacy. Long also serves as a consultant for Hanover Research, where he advises higher education leaders on academic development, enrollment management, and marketing. He has served as a consultant to international development agencies (USAID and ADB), administrator for a university overseas (the American University of Iraq), and researcher at non-profit organizations centered on higher education governance (AGB) and assessment of student learning outcomes (Center of Inquiry). Long earned a doctorate degree in international and comparative education from Columbia University. He is a member of the Public Diplomacy Council, serves on the board of directors of the American University of Iraq Foundation, and the advisory board of the American University of Sicily.