Fulbright Scholars at Scranton Share Cultures
Fulbright Scholars, who are among the most outstanding students in their countries selected to come to the United States to teach their native languages for one year, have served as teaching assistants in The University of Scranton’s in the Department of World Languages and Cultures for the 2011/2100 academic year. They shared their native cultures with students and area residents at the annual “Scranton TA Talk” event held recently on campus. The event was sponsored by the Department of World Languages and Cultures and funded by a Diversity Initiatives. Standing from left are Marie Karam, director of the University’s Language Learning Center; Kouji Kimura from Japan; Cecilia Launat from France; Guan Wen from China; and Ennio Navarta from Argentina.