For our program contact information and directions, please visit our Contact Us page.


Tom Zeiler portrait photo

Thomas Zeiler

Director • Professor
History • International Affairs
Tom Zeiler is Professor of History and Director of the Program in International Affairs, and former Chair of the Department of History, at the University of Colorado Boulder. He writes on World War II, international economy and globalization, baseball history, and sports and diplomacy, and has published several books, most recently Capitalist Peace: A History of American Free Trade Internationalism. He has taught the big IAFS 1000 introductory course, as...
katherine rousseau

Katherine Rousseau

Assistant Director • Internship Director
Headshot of Eileen Brown

Eileen Brown

Program Coordinator
(She, her, hers) Eileen joined the International Affairs Program as Program Coordinator in January 2022. Eileen has worked at CU Boulder since 2018, previously at CU Law School and the Institute of Behavioral Science (IBS). She graduated from CU Boulder in 2005 with a bachelors in Sociology and Religious Studies. Eileen grew up outside of Chicago, IL and lived in Pittsburgh, PA for 11 years before returning to the sunshine...

Laurel Eisler

Academic Advisor
Originally from Kansas City, Missouri, Laurel earned her BA in Spanish with a minor in Business Administration from the University of Central Missouri. While at UCM, she was a member of the university’s Concert Choir, and she spent a year studying abroad in both Spain and Costa Rica. Her experiences abroad led her to working in international higher education; prior to joining the Academic Advising Center in 2020, she was...
will hamilton in striped shirt

Will Hamilton

Academic Advisor
(he, him, his) Will Hamilton joined CU in 2020 as an academic advisor for Economics, Political Science, and International Affairs. Originally from Greenville, South Carolina, Will earned his BA in Women's and Gender Studies from Denison University in Granville, Ohio where he was active in the theater and performing arts communities. Will then went on to earn his M.Ed. in College Student Personnel from Ohio University, where he worked with...
britt spijkerman headshot

Britt Spijkerman

Britt Spijkerman is a Leeds business student expected to graduate in May 2026.
sarah wittemyer headshot

Sarah Wittemyer

Student Assistant
Sarah Wittemyer is an IAFS student expected to graduate in spring semester of 2024.