Autumn Beechler Stebing oversees the operations of the Office of Education Abroad. She works with Case Western Reserve University faculty to develop short-term study abroad courses and streamline credit transfers, establishing study abroad programs that meet the needs of their academic programs. She works strategically with Center for International Affairs leadership to further internationalization and global citizenship at Case Western Reserve.
Autumn began working in Education Abroad at Case Western Reserve in 2013. She received her master’s degree in Leadership in Higher Education from Baldwin Wallace University in 2013 and held internships there with Study Abroad, International Student Services and Academic Advising.
Prior to the completion of her master’s degree, Autumn spent five years teaching high school English internationally. She has taught in Mexico, the Northern Mariana Islands and Brazil—the latter as one of three undergraduate study abroad experiences. Autumn’s undergraduate degree is also in education—a BS in secondary education from Bowling Green State University.