Citizen Scholar Interns in Argentina

Citizen Scholar Carla Simone experienced a different culture while teaching English to students in first through seventh grade at Colegio Norbridge in Buenos Aires, Argentina, as part of a two-month…

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Susanne Pohl

In my 7th Grade Honors Literature class and 8th Grade Standard Plus English class, I design new curriculum, apply my skills for teaching aspects of language (grammar, vocabulary, etc.), and discuss literature with my students. In my Spanish class, I give students a preview of the language and do mostly introductory lessons.

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Dr. Richard Bryce: 2016 MSU Young Alumni Award Winner

I am originally from East Lansing and my parents were both Spartans, so I had a lot of exposure to MSU growing up. I also had the opportunity to walk on the MSU football team. As a large university that emphasized caring for the less fortunate, it was a perfect fit for me.

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Ash Davis

As an English instructor at Francois Rabelais University (Université François-Rabelais), I prepare lessons for several English courses that I am assigned to teach, including Oral Language (a listening class), Oral Expression (a speaking class), and a course called “Allogènes” (a class with varied/varying themes).

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Elizabeth Niemerowicz

Teaching in a juvenile detention facility was not the career path English alumna Elizabeth Niemerowicz originally planned for herself, but her MSU education opened her eyes to a whole new…

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Honoring Professor Nancy Marino

Dr. Nancy F. Marino passed away on Saturday, March 10, 2018, after a short but fierce battle with cancer. She holds the rank of Distinguished Professor of Spanish in the…

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