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Steven Boyd named to UniQuest US Advisory Board

Steven Boyd, Dean of Enrollment Management and Student Life at Unification Theological Services, was recently appointed to the US Advisory Board of UniQuest, a leading higher education service provider specializing in international enrollment management. UniQuest is headquartered in the UK and partners with colleges and universities in the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, and Europe that seek to attract qualified international students to their campuses.

The US Advisory Board is comprised of top experts in international student recruitment, admissions, and enrollment management from public and private higher education institutions in the United States, as well as dedicated professionals in the fields of international student and scholar services, international credential evaluation, international marketing, and strategic partnership management. Members of the Advisory Board include executives at the American Consortium of Universities, the University of Maryland, the University of Louisville, the University of Iowa, and NAFSA – the world’s leading organization in international education and exchange. Complete details of the nine-member Advisory Board can be found here.

Advisory Board members are chosen based on their expertise and accomplishments in the field of International Education to assist UniQuest in the development of innovative services that meet the needs of both client institutions and partners in the sector. Dean Boyd has been an Admissions and Enrollment Management leader for two decades. He held major leadership roles in this area at the University of Bridgeport and at the University of New Haven prior to joining UTS. He also served as the President of the American International Recruitment Council. Dean Boyd’s work has taken him to Asia, Latin America, Africa, Europe, and across the United States. Speaking about his recent appointment to UniQuest, Dean Boyd said that he felt that his participation there will allow him to renew past friendships and make new ones, shares his many past experiences with fellow professionals, and likewise learn from colleagues of ways to continue to enhance enrollment management and student services at UTS.