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Dr. Goodman is the sixth President of IIE, the leading not-for-profit organization in the field of international educational exchange and development training. IIE administers the Fulbright program, sponsored by the United States Department of State, and 200 other corporate, government and privately-sponsored programs.
Previously, he was Executive Dean of the School of Foreign Service and Professor at Georgetown University. He is the author of books on international affairs published by Harvard, Princeton and Yale University Presses and Diversity in Governance, published by the American Council on Education. Dr. Goodman also served as Presidential Briefing Coordinator for the Director of Central Intelligence and as Special Assistant to the Director of the National Foreign Assessment Center in the Carter Administration. He was the first American professor to lecture at the Foreign Affairs College of Beijing. Dr. Goodman also helped create the first U.S. academic exchange program with the Moscow Diplomatic Academy for the Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs and developed the diplomatic training program of the Foreign Ministry of Vietnam. Dr. Goodman has also served as a consultant to the Ford Foundation, the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, the United States Information Agency, and IBM. He is a Member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Dr. Goodman has a Ph.D. in Government from Harvard, an M.P.A. from the John F. Kennedy School of Government and a B.S. from Northwestern University. Dr. Goodman also holds an honorary doctorate from Toyota University. He has been awarded honorary Doctors of Laws from Mount Ida and Ramapo Colleges and an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree from The State University of New York to recognize his work in rescuing threatened scholars, and he has received awards from Georgetown, Johns Hopkins, and Tufts universities. Dr. Goodman was awarded the title “Chevalier” of the French Legion of Honour on April 23, 2007.
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as author at MIT World Series: Changing Cities: Celebrating 75 Years of Planning Better Futures at MIT,