- International Student & Scholar Services
- Office of International Services
- IU Bloomington
Domonic M. A. Potorti has worked in the Office of International Services since 2003, and has been an international student advisor for immigration and acculturation issues since 2005.
He earned a bachelor’s degree in anthropology from the University of Maine in 2002 before coming to IU in 2003 to earn a master’s degree in Central Eurasian Studies (Turkish specialization, focusing on the creation and consumption of tourism media/ anthropology of travel). He lived in Turkey for a semester on an exchange program at Bilkent University in Ankara, and has a passion for the cultures, histories and geographies of the Eastern Mediterranean and Central/South Asia.
Domonic has been conducting and co-conducting IU Human Resources seminars relating to intercultural communication/awareness and the international student experience at Indiana University since 2010, and works frequently with faculty, staff and students relating to cultural adjustment and effective intercultural communication.