Julia will be doing an internship with the U.S. Mission to NATO this summer
Bridget works for the US Dept of Justice
Macs writes about his honor project and his future plans
Abby now studies law at Harvard
Kevin Lonabaugh (French/Francophone Studies and Biology, Monroe student and Phi Beta Kappa), has just been informed by the French Embassy that he received an Assistantship for next year and that he will teach English in 2010-11 in a French lycée in Corsica.
Ariel received a Fullbright Scholarship to teach English in Andorra and is currently working at the Chronicle for Higher Education
Melanie Spence,('02) is now working for an NGO
Julia Osman ('04) will be returning to campus in November to meet with the students currently enrolled in Prof.Pacini's senior seminar.
Cybelle McFadden Wilkens '97 has just defended her PhD in Romance Studies at Duke University. While at William & Mary, Cybelle wrote an honors thesis in French entitled “Imagining the Impossible: Alternative Visions and Representations of Women and Their Desire in Films By Kurys, Varda, and Akerman." For next year, Cybelle has accepted a Visiting Assistant Professorship of French at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
In a letter from Niger, Katie Leach-Kemon '04 reflects upon the ongoing relevance of her senior thesis research on women in the French eighteenth-century public sphere.
Clara Odell '04 has spent the past year working as a teaching assistant in Albi, France. She is now about to start a Masters program in Francophone literature at the Université de Paris IV.
Drew Johnston ('05) is spending seven months in 2005 and 2006 as an "Assistant de Langue Vivante" in the French overseas department of Réunion, a tropical island located 500 miles east of Madagascar in the Indian Ocean.
Monica Loveley ('05) sends news from Guyane, where she is currently teaching English to students ages 10-21.
Joe Zaccaria ('81) shares his thoughts about where French studies at W&M ultimately took him:
Our warmest congratulations to our graduating French majors who have been awarded teaching assistantship by the French Ministry of Education and the office of Cultural Services at the French Embassy.
Looking for that email address that you somehow lost over the summer? Read on for contact information for friends who majored in French.