During her fellowship, Cohen looks forward to learning about the French language from an Ivorian perspective and continuing her study of West African photography.
The multilingual alumna is returning to Russia to teach at a university.
Schwartzman says she looks forward to immersing herself in a language she is passionate about learning.
Recently a foreign exchange student, Heineken says she looks forward to learning about Germany’s education system as a teacher this time.
Combe is completing her second year with the Peace Corps in Georgia, where she teaches English to grades 1-12.
Fourth-year French majors Georgia Lederman and Morgan Griffith took home first and second place, respectively, at a French-speaking competition hosted by la Maison Française de Cleveland.
Louise Edwards ’16 says her Shansi fellowship at Shanxi Agricultural University in Taigu, China, is an opportunity to learn more about her biracial identity by engaging in cross-cultural learning.
Alumna Julia Skrovan ’15 will teach English and lend writing support to undergraduate and graduate students at Syiah Kuala University in Banda Aceh.
Pineault credits the Spanish in the Elementary Schools (SITES) program with teaching her to create lessons that make language learning exciting.
Lauren Crawford ’16 says she hopes to gain experience teaching English while deepening her knowledge of German.
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.