Friday, April 21, 2017
Angelica Mendez, receiving the International Studies Distinguished Student Award from Dr. Raysa E. Amador, Wednesday, April 19.
Friday, April 14, 2017
I am very pleased to inform you that French major, Ms. Daniella Volaric, has been accepted to the Teaching Assistant Program in France, managed by the Centre international d'études péedagogiques (CIEP, an agency of the French Ministry of Education) for the 2017-2018 academic year.
I just wanted to note that this makes a total of 6 French students in the past 5 years to win nationally competitive awards; we've had three TAPIF winners, 1 Fulbright, and 1 winner of the Société des Professeurs Français et Francophones d’Amérique summer study abroad scholarship.
Adelphi and the French Program at Adelphi are making a difference in these students' lives, but *they* are also contributing to raising Adelphi's profile, especially in Franco-American circles. Just like the University, the French program is, to echo President Riordan's words, "small but scrappy." (Or "petit mais fougueux")
Tuesday, April 11, 2017
Please join me in congratulating Prof. Vincenzo Selleri in the publication of his article "Jews in the Piazza - Jewish Self-Government in XV century Kingdom of Naples" in the European Journal of Jewish Studies, vol. 11, 2017, Leiden: Brill. The article should now be accessible in the e-format on Brill's website. The hardcopy of the journal will be available shortly.
Once again congratulations Vincenzo
Monday, April 10, 2017
Let's congratulatePedro Izquierdo for his presentation "The Failed Anti Corrupt Policies of Peña Nieto" and Giovanna Galante for her presentation "Linguistic relativity hypothesis and the study of bilingualism" at the AURC in Memphis, April 7-9.
Adelphi Students on a cultural trip to NYC/ Cuba exhibition at Museum of Natural History and the play In the Name of Salomé
Friday, April 7, the students from the Spanish Program ( Dr. Amador's and Dr. Simón-Alegre's classes) visited the Cuba exhibition at the Museum of Natural History and went to Repertorio Español Theater to see the play In the Name of Salomé. In between the classes had lunch at the Casa Frida near the museum! The students enjoyed the day and evening and had a wonderful experience.
Friday, March 31, 2017
Please join me in congratulating Priya for the nomination by the Executive Committee of the Forum on the 20th- and 21st-Century French at the Modern Languages Association to stand for election to serve as the Representative to the Delegate Assembly for her Division. This position would begin after next year's convention in New York City and continue in Chicago, Seattle and Toronto in 2019, 2020 and 20121, respectively. She is currently serving in this position and has attended annual conventions in Austin and Philadelphia in the past two years in order to discuss, debate, and vote on matters of concern to the constituents.