The following French students attended the Williams Research Center Symposium “Between Colony and State: Louisiana in the Colonial Period” in New Orleans, LA , Jan 29-Feb. 1, 2010: Mary Daubenspeck(’10), Austin Frederici (’11), Lucile Kleynhoff, (French LanguageAssistant from the IUT de Nice, France), Katie McCarrell (’12), and Ryan Worbs (’11).
French majors Jill Henshaw (’13) and Emily Preston (’13) studied at l’Université du Sud Toulon-Var in France during the last academic year.
French majors Kiri Dicken (’11) and Revenel Severe (’11) studied French at the l’Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières in Canada.
Jessica Raffelson (’03) is a doctoral candidate
in French at Purdue University. She is spending the 2010-11 academic
year teaching English at the University of Strasbourg while conducting
research in French linguistics. From France, Jessica writes: “my
undergrad education at Muskingum prepared me quite well for France--I can
absolutely understand everything people say without asking too much to
repeat, and it seems I make myself understood quite well. Thanks
These are scholarships, internships, and awards that French students can apply for: