Samantha Levine is the Learning Collaborative Manager with the Office of Urban Initiatives. In this capacity, she supports USU’S engagement with the Student Experience Project, a collaborative of university leaders, faculty, researchers and national education organizations committed to innovative, research-based practices to increase degree attainment by building equitable learning environments and fostering a sense of belonging on campus.
Prior to joining APLU, Samantha worked at Georgetown University, where she managed a portfolio of pilot courses for the Red House, the university’s incubator for higher education innovation and transformation. She has also served as a coordinator at the University of Maryland – College Park. She holds an MA in International Peace and Conflict Resolution and a BA in International Studies from American University.