Category Archives: CLEA
at least the classroom setting is familiar – على الأقل الصف هو مألوف
Moroccan colloquial, or Darija, classes started yesterday here at ALIF and not a moment too soon.
The Idrissi Family – أسرة الادريسي
I’ve made it to Fez and was placed with a wonderful family in the old medina in a district called Ras Jnan. The family runs a beautiful four-story guest house with roof access and put me up in one of … Continue reading
food for the mind and body – رزق للعقل والجسم
These past two days in Rabat have consisted of sitting and listening to lectures all day, delivered by professors from a few universities here in Morocco, in addition to a number of people from the US Embassy. To give a … Continue reading
an invigorating visit to our nation’s capitol
This past week I took a mini-break from classes here at Middlebury to attend the Fulbright pre-departure orientation.
Critical Language Enhancement Award (CLEA)
In addition to providing funding for a research project, the Fulbright grant also offers an opportunity for grantees to receive three to six months of language training if the language in the chosen country is eligible. Languages that the U.S. … Continue reading