OIP ISSFS Center
Nandini (Nan) McClurg
Title: Assistant to the AVP for International Programs; International Student, Scholar and
Faculty Services (ISSFS) Center Office Manager; J Program Responsible Officer (RO);
F Program Designated School Official (DSO) and International Advisor: F1 IELI Students
Department: OIP ISSFS Center
Building: UC 2160 (OIP ISSFS Center) / 3620 Varsity Drive (IELI)
Mrs. Nandini (Nan) McClurg joined The University of Texas at Tyler in 2009 and assists the AVP of the Office of International Programs (OIP) in many capacities. Her primary responsibilities include serving as the Responsible Officer (RO) for UT Tyler’s J-1 Exchange Visitor Program (11 July 2017 - present) and as the International Insurance Advisor for all international students, scholars and faculty at UT Tyler (2015-present). She also serves as the Office Manager for the OIP ISSFS Center and as an OIP International Recruitment and Retention Specialist, advisor to the Indian Student Association, and is a Designated School Official (DSO) for the IELI Program (2017 - present), trained to update and maintain international student records in UT Tyler’s Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS). Nan has been a member of the UT Tyler OIP since 2015.
Nan is currently a Ph.D. candidate at The University of Texas at Tyler in Human Resource Development with an emphasis in Organizational Development and Change (HRD/ODC), and holds a B.Sc. in Human Development and Family Studies with specialization in Multi-cultural Adults and an MSBA in Global Social and Sustainable Enterprise, both from Colorado State University.
Nan's prior work experience includes serving as a Research Associate at Colorado State University's Department of Atmospheric Science from 1983 to 2009, serving in the role of Help Desk Manager for NASA's GLOBE Program from 2003 to 2009, continuing that role at The University of Texas at Tyler from 2009 to 2012, and serving as a Resource Management and Site Support Representative at the UT Tyler's Ingenuity Center from 2012 to 2015.
Nan grew up in India and is proficient in Hindi and Gujarati, and has working knowledge of Punjabi (three of the 24 official languages of India). She has traveled throughout the U.S. as well as to Austria, Canada, Czech Republic, England, Germany, Ghana, Liechtenstein, Perú, South Africa, Switzerland and Thailand.