European Studies Student Wins Fulbright to Andorra| April 28, 2008
European Studies concentrator, Ariel Hunsberger, has received a Fulbright grant for 2008-09 to the Principality of Andorra in the eastern Pyrenees mountains on the border between France and Spain.
In addition to teaching English to high school students, Ariel will conduct a reading and discussion group with parents and children on the topic of fairy tales. She hopes to learn more about the intersection of linguistic and national identities in Andorra. As a double major in French, Ariel is well-prepared for the challenges of a Fulbright. Recently at the third annual student-faculty conference in European Studies, Ariel presented a paper on the "Theories and Practices of Multilingualism in Europe Today." She plans to pursue graduate study in languages and cultural studies upon her return.