Une année hors du commun à Harvard

Djénéba Gory, étudiante à Harvard, 2018-2019 Cela fait déjà presque neuf mois que l’aventure a commencé et le bilan en est très largement positif. Au-delà des cours qui sont d’une qualité exceptionnelle puisque nous avons notamment l’occasion d’apprendre au côté de professeurs très qualifiés dans leur domaine, un aspect que j’apprécie énormément est la diversité… Lire la suite Une année hors du commun à Harvard

Researching climate change literature at Western Michigan University

Helen E. Mundler, Research scholar in English Literature at Western Michigan University, February-July 2019 “WE ARE COLD!” announced a huge notice in yellow capitals as we rode into Western Michigan University on the first day of my contract. A couple of days later I realised it actually said “GOLD” – brown and gold are the… Lire la suite Researching climate change literature at Western Michigan University

Spring semester: work, ice hockey games, work and chai lattes (and work)

Emila Gilly, Foreign Language Teaching Assistant, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, 2018-19 After an exciting end of Fall semester and a five-week Christmas break spent between France, London, New Orleans and NYC, I have to admit I felt a bit overwhelmed and wasn’t too excited to come back to reality late January. And the weather… Lire la suite Spring semester: work, ice hockey games, work and chai lattes (and work)

« Moments like this make what musicians and artists do worth the time and effort »

Alexander Meszler, Fulbright Advanced Student, 2018-19 Seated just to the side of the organ in the Chapelle Royale at the Palace of Versailles, I watched as a fellow conservatory organ student had a lesson on the chapel organ. Knowing my lesson was next, my mind anxiously cycled through admiring the beauty of the room, listening… Lire la suite « Moments like this make what musicians and artists do worth the time and effort »

Two Cities, Two Hosts, Two Schools, One Fulbright Experience

Jamie Vescio, Fulbright ETA, 2018-19 My 5:00 am wake-up call came bright and early on a chilly Thursday in March, but the anticipation of being in the classroom was just the right dose of motivation that I needed to push myself through the alarm. Most of my mornings in France had never been quite this… Lire la suite Two Cities, Two Hosts, Two Schools, One Fulbright Experience