The aspiring educator credits several winter-term teaching experiences as well as her peers with helping prepare her for this fellowship.
Annelise Giseburt ’16 has been selected as the first-ever recipient of the Shansi Hiroshima Fellowship.
Meghan Mette ’16 says she hopes her time abroad will help her become fluent in German and afford her opportunities to volunteer with the Syrian refugee crisis.
A sociology major, Moncure looks forward to gaining a global perspective in a non-Western culture.
Fisher looks forward to teaching English at Gadjah Mada University and settling into his new home in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
Henry Aberle ’16 has been awarded a Shansi Fellowship to teach English at J.F. Oberlin University in Japan.
Fourth-year Jennifer Bird and first-year Tori Ervin take top honors in Undergraduate Russian Olympiada.
Students who choose an intensive language course over winter term learn an entire semester’s material in one month.
Four students will pursue individual projects throughout Asia during winter term.
Senior Shavonne Stanek receives an Undergraduate Research Award from the Forum on Education Abroad for her in-depth study of fishing practices in Zanzibar.
The Spanish in the Elementary Schools program celebrates its 10-year anniversary of college students teaching elementary school students to speak Spanish.
Sarah Chatta '17 and Olivia Evans '18 will study critical foreign languages this summer.