Gregory F. Malveaux

Gregory F. Malveaux, Ph.D., is a Professor of English and Literature, and Coordinator of Study Abroad at Montgomery College. He has been a study abroad coordinator and international education director in higher education for nearly two decades. Dr. Malveaux is the co-Chairperson of the Maryland Community College International Education Consortium and serves on the board for the College Consortium for International Studies. In addition, he is an accomplished writer and editor; his most recent work being Look Before Leaping: Risks, Liabilities, and Repair of Study Abroad in Higher Education (Rowman & Littlefield). He has traversed more than sixty countries and has led student, faculty and community-based study abroad programs to Africa, Asia, Central America, South America, and Europe. His passion to be a global citizen led him to pursue overseas studies in Africa, teach ESOL throughout Southeast Asia, Chair the English and U.S. Business Department at Nation University in Thailand, and serve as a study abroad specialist in American higher education.


Study Abroad Opportunities for Community College Students and Strategies for Global Learning
Gregory F. Malveaux, Rosalind Latiner Raby. © 2019. 324 pages.
Community colleges serve more students than any other institutional type in the United States, and internationalization is an inherent component of community colleges that...
Community College Education Abroad Health and Safety Concerns: Standards Needed to Meet the Challenges
Gregory F. Malveaux, Gary M. Rhodes, Rosalind L. Raby. © 2019. 19 pages.
There has been a good deal already written about health and safety with education abroad at four-year colleges and universities. Although the authors found significant...
How to Survive and Thrive as a Community College Consortium: A Case Study of the Maryland Community College International Education Consortium
Gregory F. Malveaux. © 2019. 19 pages.
Some state and regional study abroad and international education-based consortia of community colleges have been struggling to remain operational. Key outside factors that have...