About Dr. Gupta

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Dr. Uma G. Gupta is the President and CEO of Global Cube, a global company based in New York that serves as a gateway between colleges and universities in the US and those in India. Dr. Gupta has a distinguished career spanning more than two decades in US higher education as an Endowed Chair in Information Technology at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska, Dean of the College of Technology at the University of Houston, Texas, and President.of the State University of New York at Alfred. She hails from India and received her graduate degree in mathematics from Stella Maris College in Madras, India. A prestigious Rotary International Scholarship brought her to the United States to the University of Central Florida where she received an MBA and a PhD in Engineering.


Dr. Gupta brings her unique background and in-depth knowledge of higher education in both India and the US to serve her clients that are focused on campus internationalization and a global brand. She has intimate knowledge of colleges and universities in India and invaluable connections within the higher education system in India. She understands the market nuances in India and the aspirations of Indian students, all of which she uses to help her clients achieve their goals.


Global Cube offers a wide range of services that specialize in India including recruiting students, facilitating tie ups between US colleges and universities in India, assessing global brand and image of US institutions in India, offering study abroad programs, facilitating internships with multi nationals, and helping US institutions craft a meaningful strategic plan for campus internationalization. She can be reached at exec@globalcubeIT.com

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About Dr. Gupta

Dr. Uma G. Gupta is the Founder and President of STEM.SMART, a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing the pipeline of U.S students interested in STEM careers. In addition, she is the CEO of PlanetGPA, an international student recruitment services that serves as an extension to the recruitment offices of U.S. universities.

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