Title and Credentials:
Stanford Graduate School of Education (M.A. Candidate '16); SELAL Researcher
Samantha Selby is a social sciences researcher for Professor William H. Durham in the Anthropology Department at Stanford and Co-coordinator/Co-teacher for the Stanford Environmental Leadership and Language (SELAL) program for INOGO.
Prior to working at Stanford, Samantha taught English for a year in Granada, Spain and taught math, science, and Spanish for two years at a non-profit, tuition free middle school in Tucson, Arizona. Samantha’s academic and research interests include international education, environmental education and sustainable development.
Samantha holds bachelor’s degrees in International Relations and Spanish from the University of Southern California.