Courtenay Klauber ('16)
Originally from the Greate Seattle area, Courtenay Klauber graduated from Baylor in 2016 where she majored in Linguistics and minored in Religion. After graduating, she had the pleasure of working as the Admissions Analyst for the BIC for the 2016-17 school year. It was during this time that her appreciation for the community and uniqueness of the BIC program only grew through working with the wonderful BIC administration, faculty, and students. She then attended NC State University where she earned an M.Ed. in Higher Education Administration, focusing on international higher education and spirituality in higher education. During her graduate career, she was able to help work on the Interfaith Youth Core's longitudinal study on interfaith diversity experiences for college students (IDEALS) and worked as a graduate assistant in NC State's Office of International Services. She now works as an International Student and Scholar Advisor at NC State where she provides immigration regulation advisement as well as assistance for cultural adjustment and academic success for NC State's F-1 and J-1 students and scholars.