Sue Mennicke
Franklin & Marshall College

Sue Mennicke received her BA in Comparative Studies in Discourse and Society and her MA in International Comparative Development Education from the University of Minnesota. As an undergraduate, she studied at the Free University in West Berlin, Germany.

After more than a decade at Southwestern University near Austin, TX, Mennicke moved to Lancaster, PA in 2011 to serve as Associate Dean for International Programs at Franklin & Marshall College. In that role, she oversees both International Student Services and Off-Campus Study, including many new initiatives for international students, especially with regard to academic success and services for non-native English speakers.

Mennicke is active in the field of international education and serves in a variety of leadership positions.

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