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News & Events

Info Session on Smith Programs Abroad in Paris

Wednesday, 26 October, 6:00 pm

Lewis Global Studies Center



















Global Salon: a discussion of Sphinx by Anne Garréta with Translator Emma Ramadan

Wednesday, 26 October, 4:30 pm

Lewis Global Studies Center

















Presentation of the Major in French Studies
Thursday, 20 October, 4:30-5:30 pm

Hatfield 106

Light refreshments will be served!










French Cooking Lesson: Crêpes Bretonnes!

Thursday, 6 October, 7:00 pm

Cutter House

**French Studies Placement Test**

For more information on the French Studies Placement test, please visit the Registrar's website. For a direct link to the test on Moodle, click here. (Note: Non-Smith Five-College and Northampton High School students must still take the test on paper; in that case, please email Jen Blackburn to schedule a time.)


La Table française: Join us!
Every Monday, beginning 12 September 2016, noon-1:00 pm
Duckett House Dining Room (Room A or B on alternating weeks)
Non-board guests must sign the log in the room they're using. Smith students who are on the Board plan should swipe their cards at the check-in desk.


Foreign Language Fair

A world of opportunities: learning another language at Smith
Tuesday, September 6, 1:30-3:00 pm
Chapin Lawn (Carroll Room-campus center for a rain location)
Learning a foreign language is the key to understanding a new culture! Come meet the language faculty and learn more about Smith's offerings in Arabic, Chinese, German, Greek, Hebrew, Japanese, Latin, French, Italian, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish.



Tuesday, 6 September, 4:00-5:30 pm



New Student Welcome Reception

Friday, 2 September, 5:30-7:00 pm

Chapin Lawn (rain location, Campus Center)


Happy 90th, Professor Ott!

Professor Emerita and former JYA Paris director Josephine Ott recently celebrated her 90th birthday in New York, with some of our alumnae in attendance. Below is a photo from the party, with fellow Professor Emerita Marie-José Delage at front right and Professor Ott at front left.



Congratulations, TAPIF Recipients and Participants!

This year, we had 6 students receive TAPIF teaching fellowships; two declined them to pursue other opportunities. We're proud of all of you!


Sarah Achartz '16 (Académie de Lille)
Margaret (Maggie) Johnson '16 (Académie de Rennes)
Arcadia Kratkiewicz '16 (Académie de Nice)
Sarah Posont '16 (Académie de Créteil) - declined
Meredith Shanoski '16 (Académie de Reims) - declined
Kathryn Welles '16 (Académie de Versailles)



Congratulations to major in French Studies Sarah Posont '16, who will be teaching English in South Korea next year as a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship Fellow!

Jacobson Center French Tutors
Yael Tsitohay, Naomi Jahan, Ella Martin-Gachot, Paloma Nahon, Sarah Lievain
By appointment:, ext. 3056

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