#AML with Marcelo Sabatés

Marcelo Sabatés, associate provost of International Programs at K-State, answers questions during The Collegian's Ask Me Live on Oct. 29, 2015. (George Walker | The Collegian)

The Kansas State Collegian is hosted an Ask Me Live session with Marcelo Sabatés, associate provost of International Programs.

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About Sabatés:

Sabatés was appointed to his role with the Office of International Programs in 2014, though he had been serving as the office’s interim associate provost since 2011. He works to increase study abroad opportunities and participation, to diversify the international students choosing K-State, and to forge new and highly visible relationships with top-rated international higher education institutions.

In addition to his position with International Programs, Sabates is also an associate provost of philosophy specializing in mind and metaphysics.

About International Programs:

Established in 1991, the Office of International Programs promotes the internationalization of K-State by supporting and collaborating with faculty, students and scholars in international education and research. The office serves both international and domestic students, as well as faculty and scholars.