Stephanie Mason


Research title: Exploring Global Citizenship Development: From Global, to Local, to the Self

Research Summary

Stephanie is currently entering her third year of a PhD programme in University of Glasgow's School of Education. Her main research interests include global citizenship, intercultural competency and communication, contact theory, prejudice, internationalisation and social identities.


McIntosh, E. B., Paterson, I., McManus, C., & Mason, S.(2021, June). Valuing Diversity: Intercultural Competency Training for European Studies Mobility Students [Paper presentation]. 27th International Conference of Europeanists - Europe’s Past, Present, and Future: Utopias and Dystopias, virtual.

Additional Information

Stephanie previously served as University of Glasgow's International Students Officer (2019 - 2020) and President of the university's PhD Society (2020 - 2021).

She has also served as an Employability Tutor for University of Glasgow's College of Social Sciences since August 2020.


In 2019, Stephanie joined the School of Social & Political Science's Intercultural Competency Training programme team as an intern and research assistant.

Prior to moving to Glasgow in 2017 to complete a master's program in International Relations at UofG, Stephanie gained more than 6 years of valuable experience in international education at University of Florida, EF Education First (Miami Beach) and Auburn University in the USA. She has a life-long passion for fostering positive cross-cultural relationships both at home and abroad.