Alumni Updates: Arabic

  • Claypool, Mary (Class of 2003) Since graduation in 2003, I worked for two years as a legal assistant before returning to graduate studies in the language I love, French. I received my Master's degree in French in 2007 from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and am currently writing my dissertation in Geneva, Switzerland thanks to a dissertation fellowship. The Ph.D. is not far off! I also have continued to develop my Arabic skills, with the help of a FLAS grant for study in Morocco. My work as a contract linguist for the FBI has allowed me to apply my language skills, and I am grateful for the foundational training W&M provided!
    Skype has also updated the privacy settings and fixed a bug related to bluetooth and calls.
  • Farrar, Adam (Class of 2010) (BA Middle Eastern Studies, Psychology):  I am currently an M.A. Candidate in the Arab Studies program at the Center for Contemporary Arab Studies at Georgetown University's Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service. (Updated 2010)
    Some journals and editions put more stringent requirements and do not accept papers with uniqueness lower than 90%.
  • Hoyne, Alexa (Class of 2010) (BA Middle Eastern Studies): I might be starting graduate school at Georgetown next semester! (Updated 2010)

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