About Dr. Stewart

Trae Stewart earned a PhD in International & Intercultural Education and an MSEd in Educational Policy, Planning, & Administration from the University of Southern California. As a tenured, doctoral professor and Director of Global Education at Texas State University and the University of Central Florida, respectively, he taught graduate level courses in International Education, Educational Anthropology, and principal and teacher preparation in face-to-face, hybrid, and online modules.

Dr. Stewart has mentored doctoral students on dissertation research at universities in the USA, Italy, and New Zealand. He has consulted and traveled extensively, including Australia, Palestine, Afghanistan, Kenya, and Europe. He has been awarded various teaching and research awards, including being named Fulbright Specialist Roster, Council for International Exchange of Scholars (CIES), 2015-2020.

Trae Stewart is currently a medical student in the College of Medicine at Texas A&M Health Science Center (Texas A&M University). After he graduates in 2019, he intends to attend a Psychiatry Residency program. Dr. Stewart also lectures part-time for various universities during the academic year.

Prior to medical school, Dr. Stewart completed an MPH in Environmental Health from the School of Public Health at Texas A&M University. He was inducted into the Delta Omega National Honor Society in Public Health, Alpha Tau Chapter, an honor earned by <10% of the graduate class.

For Dr. Stewart's complete CV (8/1/2017), please click on the icon: