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Andrew Wiseman

Andrew Wiseman, PhD

Professor of Spanish, Director of International Programs


Dr. Wiseman teaches Spanish and coordinates Cedarville's exchange and study abroad programs throughout the world. During the spring and summer semesters, Dr. Wiseman is the Resident Director for Cedarville University in Spain in Seville and Valencia. He spent the spring and summer of 2004 as Cedarville University's first Fulbright Scholar in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. In 2006–2007, Dr. Wiseman was a senior fellow with the U.S. Department of State in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. At Cedarville, he co-directs the Foreign Film Series with Professor Dan Clark. Professor Wiseman has been at Cedarville since August 2000.

Education and Credentials

  • Ph.D. in Foreign Language Education and International Program Administration, Universidad de San José, Costa Rica
  • M.A. in the Social Sciences, Florida State University
  • Graduate studies at the Universidad Internacional SEK in Santiago, Chile
  • B.A. in Political Science, University of Massachusetts at Amherst and Universidad de Sevilla, Spain

Scholarly Works

  • The Importance of Study Abroad (Andrew S. Wiseman) 3rd Annual Teachers of Languages Conference (2007)  
  • Contextualizing Language Teaching (Andrew S. Wiseman) 7th Annual National Association of Teachers of English in Kazakhstan (NATEK) Conference (2007)  
  • Critical Learning: Implications for Students, Teachers and Educational Systems (Andrew S. Wiseman) 12th Annual Skills Conference (2007)
  • Building Relationships and Practical Advice for Short‐Term Service Learning (Andrew S. Wiseman) Missions in English Lecture Series (2003)  
  • Science Fiction and Language/Culture Learning (Andrew S. Wiseman) Gyeongsang National University Workshop (2002)


  • International travel
  • Science fiction
  • International film
  • Weight lifting and cycling
  • Atlanta Braves