Nick Gozik, Ph.D.
office of international programs
Role in Office
Nick Gozik is Director of the Office of International Programs and the McGillycuddy-Logue Center for Undergraduate Global Studies at Boston College.
Nick Gozik holds an M.A. in French Language and Civilization and Ph.D. in International Education from New York University.
Administrative & Academic Experience
Gozik has held positions in education abroad at Duke University, New York University, and the University of Richmond. He has served as a Visiting Professor at New York University, where he taught courses in research methodology, international education, and communication studies. Additionally, he has been an active member in a number of professional organizations including NAFSA and the Forum on Education Abroad. In the latter, he currently serves on the Forum Council, the Outcomes and Assessment committee and works with undergraduate research awards.
Research & Publications
Gozik’s research examines education, identity and race in the French overseas department of Martinique. He explores the role that history-geography teachers play in the negotiation of national and regional identities on an everyday basis. He has also conducted research on area studies, interdisciplinarity, and the internationalization of higher education for the Social Science Research Council, with a project funded by the U.S. Department of Education. Additionally, he has conducted research on students’ decision making with regards to education abroad on U.S. campuses.
You may contact Nick Gozik via e-mail or at (617)552-3827.