Mikael Börjesson, André Bryntesson and Ashley Haru make up the permanent staff of the centre.
Mikael Börjesson, Professor in Sociology of Education, acts as the scientific leader for SIHE.
His main research interests are educational fields, the modern history of higher education, elites and elite formation, transnational education strategies, the internatinalisation of higher education and application of Geometric Data Analysis (GDA).
André Bryntesson conducts and assists research and analysis at SIHE.
He has a background in Political Science, holds a teacher's degree for upper secondary school and has been involved in several projects on the internationalisation of higher education, student mobility and tuition fees - topics he has also taught in the international master programme in Sociology of Education.
Ashley Haru acts as coordinator at SIHE and also assists with analysis and research.
She holds a master degree in Sociology of Education and has a background in Gender Studies and East Asian Studies. She also acts as a coordinator for the international master programme in Sociology of Education.
Dag Blanck, Professor in North American Studies
Donald Broady, Senior Professor in Sociology
Astrid Collisöö, PhD Student in Sociology of Education
Tina Hedmo, Lecturer and Associate Professor in Business Administration
Emma Laurin, PhD Student in Sociology of Education
Ida Lidegran, Docent in Sociology of Education
Linda Wedlin, Professor in Business Administration
Ola Winberg, Lecturer, PhD in History
Andreas Åkerlund, Lecturer in History
Mette Ginnerskov Dahlberg, Researcher in Sociology of Education
Leonora Dugonjic-Rodwin, Researcher in Sociology of Education
Pablo Lillo Cea, PhD Student in Sociology of Education
Dag Blanck, Professor in North American Studies, Uppsala University
Anders Ahlstrand, Analyst, Swedish Council for Higher Education
Erika Dabhilkar, Head of Unit, International Office, Uppsala University
Lars Engwall, Senior Professor in Business Administration, Uppsala University
Monika Wirkkala, Head of Talent Attraction Unit, Swedish Institute