Daniel Saud, Ed.D., recently joined the Office of International Programs as Director of Undergraduate International Admissions, Recruitment & Marketing.

Daniel’s career spans over a decade with positions in graduate and international admissions at various colleges and universities, including Ross University of Medicine and Health Sciences, American University of Antigua/Manipal Global Education Consortium, and Rosalind Franklin University – Chicago Medical School. He earned his doctoral degree from Vanderbilt University Peabody College of Education under the mentorship of Dr. John Braxton. His doctoral dissertation examined the impact of financial aid and loan-free initiatives on international and marginalized college students at elite private universities.

Born in Pakistan and raised in Canada, Daniel came to the United States as an F-1 student. His undergraduate degrees are in biochemistry and international studies from Hawaii Pacific University and his master’s degree is in higher education from Merrimack College. He credits his undergrad experience as an international admissions ambassador and his time as a DAAD Fellow studying in Berlin for pursuing a career in international education.