News Hartwick College Names Noah Goldblatt Director of Global Education

February 6, 2023

Dr. Noah Goldblatt has been named Hartwick College’s Director of Global Education. He serves as the College’s Senior International Officer (SIO), providing visionary leadership for international education and community educational engagements, and is a member of the President’s Cabinet. His background includes expertise in the advancement of study abroad strategies, international education campaigns, and intercultural efforts and activities. Goldblatt began in his role on January 16 and reports to Vice President for Academic Affairs & Dean of Faculty Laurel Bongiorno.

Goldblatt’s duties include overseeing services and programming for inbound international students and outbound students studying abroad; the Northeast Semester Program; the Peace Corps Preparatory Program; global fellowships and scholarships (such as the Emerson, Duffy, and Cyrus Mehri), and off-campus international and domestic J Term Programs.

“We are excited to have Dr. Goldblatt join the Hartwick Community,” said Bongiorno. “He brings a wealth of study abroad and international student experience.”

Most recently, Goldblatt was the manager of institutional relations, North America, at Next Step Connections, a provider of experiential learning programs in Asia. From 2008 – 2020, he served as senior director, International Education and senior international officer for Champlain College in Burlington, VT. There he oversaw operations of international campuses in Dublin, Ireland and Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

“I am honored to be joining Hartwick College as Director of Global Education,” said Goldblatt. “Hartwick has an exceptional tradition of international programming including J-Term study abroad, a Peace Corps Preparation program, and robust support for incoming international students, to name a few. I’m excited to build on good internationalization work already being done, and believe there are very exciting things to come.”

Goldblatt holds an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies from the University of Vermont; a M.A. in Liberal Studies from Dartmouth College; and a bachelor’s degree in political science from Plymouth State University, from which he graduated magna cum laude.

He will oversee Global Education from its new office located on the third floor of Clark Hall.

For more information, contact the Office of Academic Affairs at (607) 431-4400.