Global Affairs Center Team
Lawrence D. (Larry) Fuell
Director, Global Affairs
International Education Department
Larry is the Founding Director of the Global Affairs Center (GAC) and a Political Science faculty member. Prior to joining Shoreline's faculty in 2006, Larry served more than 20 years in the U.S. government, including as a Foreign Agricultural Affairs Officer in U.S. embassies in Peru, China and Guatemala. He has taught at Concordia College in Moorhead, MN, and at the University of Jos in Nigeria, and has traveled in Africa, Asia, Europe, and Latin America. Born in Cincinnati, Ohio, Larry earned his B.A. degree at Miami University (Oxford, Ohio) and his PhD in Political Science at the University of Kentucky.
Ashley assist with marketing, updating contact information, attending and assisting at speaking events all the
while immensely enjoying the opportunity to take part in the symposiums the Global Affairs Council has to
offer. Alley is working towards a Biotechnology Lab Specialist transfer degree to the University of
Washington with a double major in Anthropology. She enjoys Depeche Mode, bacteria reproduction and
viral infection, human beings, and watching Mr. Fuell hunt for papers he misplaced on his desk.
Rebecca helps keep students informed about the Global Affairs Center and its events by distributing
materials, making sure the contact list is up to date, and updating GAC web accounts. You will see her
sometimes assisting at GAC events, but she spends most of her time in the Visual Communications
Technology building where she is working toward an AA degree in VCT. She has a BA in English and loves
to write, draw, and to read with a cat in her lap. After she finishes her degree here at Shoreline, she plans to
work in multimedia art and animation, possibly in the field of casual games.
We are grateful for the support of many offices on the Shoreline CC campus, especially International
Education and the Social Sciences Divisions, the Public Information Office, the Media Center, and the
The aim of the Global Affairs Center programs is to provide programs that encourage critical thinking, personal engagement, and exchanges among students, faculty, staff, and community members, in support of Internationalization Education Initiatives of the college.