We are pleased to announce that two participants in the Middlebury College School in France’s program this past spring have been selected by the French Heritage Society for participation in their 2015 Student Exchange Program. Faye Levin-O’Leary, an undergraduate from the College of Wooster who spent spring semester in Bordeaux, will be interning at the Château d’Acquigny ; Aaron Varner, a Pomona College undergraduate, will be prolonging his stay in the Paris area in order to intern at the Château de Chantilly. For more information on the French Heritage Society, their mission and programs, please go to their website : http://www.frenchheritagesociety.org/ .
We wish to thank the French Heritage Society for the incredible opportunities that they offer and have been offering to our students over the years and we wish the best of luck and a terrific summer to both Faye and Aaron!
Our warmest congratulations to Tamir Williams (Middlebury in Paris, Spring 2015) and Sarah Pollnow (Middlebury in Bordeaux, Spring 2013) for their respective fellowships ; Tamir is the recipient of a Kellogg Fellowship and Sarah, a Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistantship. Félicitations!
University Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris 3, one of the School in France’s primary partner institutions, is featured in the French press this week for its important and quickly developing international mission, especially the diversity of its mobility programs at the student, scholar and administrative levels ; for the EducPros article: please click here : http://www.letudiant.fr/educpros/enquetes/portrait-d-universite-sorbonne-nouvelle-internationale-jusqu-au-bout-des-ongles.html .
12 lucky students attended one of the final rehearsals of the ballet, L’Histoire de Manon, that is currently being performed at the Palais Garnier. For more information on the ballet, please see the following page of the Opéra National de Paris’ website : https://www.operadeparis.fr/saison-2014-2015/ballet/l-histoire-de-manon-kenneth-macmillan.