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Office of International Programs

Office of International Programs
304 Fairchild Hall
1601 Vattier Street
Kansas State University
Manhattan, KS 66506 

785-532-6550 fax

Who We Are

Marcellus Caldas, Assistant Provost of International Faculty Collaboration and Educational Programs 


Provide leadership, support and advice to K-State faculty members in all disciplines in identifying and developing international grant opportunities to maximize faculty international opportunities. Organize faculty activities, to include scholarly international collaboration research, as well as travel and relationship building in key countries. Lead and coordinate general K-State faculty collaboration initiative with and for the OIP. Facilitate the development of K-State student/faculty research projects in connection with international partners.

Education: PhD Applied Economics, PhD Geography



Beverly Earles, Associate Director of International Planning and Analysis


Originally from New Zealand, Dr. Beverley Earles is the Associate Director for International Planning and Analysis and reports to the Office of International Programs through the Assistant Provost for International Faculty Collaboration and Educational Programs, Marcellus Caldas.  Dr. Earles is responsible for data collection and analysis as well as planning for the ever changing international education environment.   Her work assists in decision making with regard to short programs, recruiting international students, and decisions about funding and scholarship activity for programs and faculty. 

Dr. Earles has over 30 years involvement in international affairs and has held office in several international organizations including Chair of Program Administration, TESOL.  She is also a site reviewer for the Commission on English Language Accreditation (CEA).

Education: Ph.D. World Religions, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, 1984.  Dip. TESL, English Language Institute, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, 1979.