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Dr. Zoila Airall Ph.D.

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Assistant Vice President for the ...

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Duke University
100 Fuqua Drive Campus Box 90125
Durham , North Carolina 27708
United States

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Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member
    Institutional Diversity


  • Masters Degrees
    Teachers College at Columbia University , New York
  • Doctoral Degree
    University of Pennsylvania
  • higher education
    University of Pennsylvania
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Institutional Globalization Consultants, 7 Feb 2015 [cached]
Zoila Airall
Dr. Zoila Airall Duke University University of Pennsylvania
Dr. Zoila Airall was raised and educated amidst a rich fabric of cultural and global diversity. She received her elementary education in the Panama Canal Zone and high school education in Kaiserslautern, Germany. She received her higher education from Rutgers University and received two Masters Degrees from Teachers College at Columbia University, New York. And, she received her Doctoral Degree from the University of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Airall currently serves as the Assistant Vice President for the Division of Student Affairs at Duke University in North Carolina. Prior to this position, at the invitation of the President of Bryn Mawr College, she served on that campus as the Director of Institutional Diversity for six years. She also served for twelve years at the University of Pennsylvania in higher education. Dr. Airall's presence in Student Affairs is not by accident. Students are her first and greatest passion and travel follows as a close second. In these last several years, Dr. Airall's work in higher education has taken her to Israel, England, Morocco, Spain, and Puerto Rico. She is also preparing for upcoming trips to Eastern Europe in the near future. Dr. Airall is a staunch supporter of campus globalization and believes, as educators, it is our urgent responsibility to prepare our students for their global future through diverse educational methods and environment.
Weekly News, 28 June 2001 [cached]
Zoila Airall, director, Office of Institutional Diversity, Bryn Mawr
International Association For Scholastic Excellence (INTASE) | Uniting The World's Best In Education, 24 Sept 2012 [cached]
Zoila Airall Assistant VP Student Affairs and Adjunct Associate Professor of the Practice
Zoila Airall, Ph.D., has more than 25 years of experience in student affairs and institutional diversity. She arrived at Duke in 2002, and oversees eight department within Student Affairs.
Airall bagan her career in student affairs in 1981 as assistant dean and coordinator of counseling and testing services at Bethany College in Bethany, W.Va., where she served for four years. After that, she took a job as assistant dean in residence at the University of Pennsylvania, which she held for three years. In 1988, Airall was promoted to associate director, where she managed residence life staff and developed a residential judicial board. In 1996, Airall joined Bryn Mawr and became director for institutional diversity. At Bryn Mawr, she developed an infrastructure to address diversity challenges across the institution, established the college's first multi-cultural center and developed of a women's leadership course.
Airall holds a Ph.D. in Anthropology of Education from the University of Pennsylvania, an Ed.M. in Counseling and Human Development from Teachers College of Columbia University, and a B.A. in U.S. History and Sociology from Douglass College, Rutgers University. In addition to her responsibilities in Student Affairs, she also teaches courses in Anthropology of Education, and advises first year and sophomore pre-major students.
The Chronicle Online - Moneta selects campus life VP, 16 Aug 2001 [cached]
Zoila Airall
Vice President for Student Affairs Larry Moneta kicked off his summer this week by filling the first of three vacant student affairs positions.
Zoila Airall, director of institutional diversity at Bryn Mawr College in Pennsylvania, with whom Moneta worked at the University of Pennsylvania, was named the new assistant vice president of campus life.Moneta created the position last semester.
Under Moneta's restructuring of student affairs, Airall will coordinate student activities and oversee the Community Service Center, Multicultural Center, International House, Mary Lou Williams Center for Black Culture, Women's Center and the Center for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Life.
"[Airall] will work with [the departments'] directors to really strengthen advising of student groups, help student groups with finding social space and finances and provide support for students," Moneta said.
Airall graduated from Rutgers University, received a master's degree in counseling from Columbia University, and engaged in doctoral study at the University of Pennsylvania.
"I'm very excited about the position," she said."I met the people with whom I'm going to be working and they really made me feel like this is the place I really want to be.They're sharp and dedicated about their work."
Before assuming her current position at Bryn Mawr, Airall served as a high school guidance counselor, director of counseling at Bethany College in West Virginia and an associate director in residential living at Penn.
Moneta said his past working experience with Airall was coincidental, as an independent search committee narrowed an applicant pool of approximately 40 to 60 to four, from which Moneta ultimately selected Airall for her experience working with students.
"It will be [different] in terms of size and in terms of culture because there are men," Airall said of the move from Bryn Mawr, a small liberal arts, all-female undergraduate and co-educational graduate school."In a way, though, it will be similar.Students at both Bryn Mawr and Duke are very bright and of the same age group."
Airall said highlights of her tenure at Bryn Mawr included the creation of a multicultural center, recruitment of a diverse faculty, and staff training for sexual harassment awareness.
Airall will take over her position Aug. 1.Moneta said he expects to fill the other two positions--director of residential life and housing services and director of the career center--over the summer.
"She brings strong management ..., 8 Dec 2014 [cached]
"She brings strong management skills, expertise in LGBTQ issues, theories and perspectives," said Zoila Airall, Duke's assistant vice president of campus life, in a statement from the Duke Office of News & Communications.
At the council, she helped lead a project to improve stability for LGBTQI youth in California's child welfare and juvenile justice system.
She also has conducted training and presentations on social justice and the LGBT community. She was invited by the U.S. Department of Justice's Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention to submit recommendations on the equitable treatment of LGBTQ youth.
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