Dawn Moyer has been advising students at OSU since 2003, in International Programs, the College of Business, and now in the College of Agricultural Science. She grew up in Bowling Green, Ohio, and received her undergraduate degree in Education from Ohio University. She holds an M.A. in Cultural Anthropology from Oregon State University, has studied and conducted research in England and India, while her family and personal life have taken her to countries such as Thailand, Australia, Europe and Kenya. In 2013 Dawn participated in a Fulbright program in the U.K., which offered her a new perspective on the British educational system worldwide. She has chaired the Faculty Senate Diversity Council, served on the President’s Commission on the Status of Women, and led groups of students to England for a look at Agricultural practices in the U.K. She and her husband of 21 years parent two very busy teenagers, who keep them on their toes. In her spare time she likes to read, canoe, camp, bike, learn new languages and experiment with cooking.