Workshop "US Applications: Undergraduate Versus Graduate School"
Name of Organization
Type of Organization
Wednesday, November 14, 2018
Location (i.e. library or community center)
EducationUSA Center - AMIDEAST Casablanca
Description (no more than 300 words)
Would you like to know more about the differences between applying to Undergraduate and Graduate School in the US?
As part of International Education Week, EducationUSA Morocco is happy to invite you to a workshop by English Fellow Megan Shudde covering the different topics related to applying to US universities for undergraduate and graduate school.
About Megan Shudde:
Megan Shudde is an English Language Fellow in Casablanca for the 2018-2019 school year as part of the US Department of State English Language Fellow Program. Her duties include teaching courses at Ben M’Sik Faculty of Letters, organizing activities at Dar America, and teacher training. She received her BA in Arabic from Georgetown University in Washington, DC and her MA in Applied Linguistics from Teachers College, Columbia University in New York. Prior to her Fellowship in Morocco, Megan worked at an academic enrichment center in Beijing, China where she developed ELT curriculum for young learners, taught academic English and debate courses, and mentored other instructors. She has also taught in Shenzhen, China; Phoenix, Arizona; and New York, New York. Her interests are in ELT, assessment, second language writing, materials development, and corpus linguistics.
See you all there!
Happy International Education Week!