Middle East Center
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Mon. Nov. 18, the Middle East Center at the Kellogg Research Building (KRB) opened their doors to the FSU community over sweets and mint tea. Students and faculty gathered in lively conversations to discuss Middle Eastern appreciation and culture. The open house also gave students a chance to learn about the Arabic Program at FSU and the only full B.A. degree in Middle Eastern Studies offered in Florida.
一道本不卡免费高清Ms. Madelyn Johnson (International Affairs and Middle Eastern Studies) has been awarded the to study Arabic this coming spring and summer in Amman, Jordan. Boren is a prestigious and competitive scholarship which funds study abroad by U.S. undergraduate students in world regions critical to U.S. interests.
Mabrook (congrats), Maddy!
Florida State University senior Courtney Reed was in Amman, Jordan, for two months last summer interning with a nongovernmental organization when she unexpectedly ran into FSU alumnus Adam Coogle, who was working just a floor above her office. Click here一道本不卡免费高清 to read more.
The Middle East Center and the Askew Student Life Cinema (ASLC) are teaming up for the 11th year to recognize, present, and discuss a variety of films from across the Middle East. Palestine, Israel, Syria, Afghanistan, Iran, and Lebanon are all represented in this year’s lineup, with titles extending until November 4th. All films are free to the general public一道本不卡免费高清, and several are showing for the very first time in Tallahassee. Don’t miss your opportunity to see these excellent films on the big screen!