Murielle de Wekker

Lecturer
New Cabell Hall 342

 2019 Fall Semester Hours:
Monday
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
and by appointment

 

Biography

A native of France, Murielle de Wekker has taught French as a Foreign Language in France, Finland, Canada and the United States. Over the years, she has taught both children and adult learners at universities, language centers, primary schools and even preschools. Her area of expertise focuses on French for Specific Purposes including French for Business. She is also a DELF-DALF Examiner/Scorer and has extensive experience in College Student Affairs program management.

This fall, Murielle is teaching FREN 2010 (Intermediate French).

Education

  • “Maîtrise” of Teaching of French as a Foreign Language (FLE), University of Bordeaux
  • Master of Arts (MA), French Literature and Culture, Syracuse University
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Higher Education, University of Virginia

Research Interests

French Expatriation Trends and Experience; Contemporary France; France in Global Context; Global Education Trends.

Dissertation

·          “Higher Education Administrators at International Branch Campuses: A Mixed-Methods Research Study on Organizational Commitment” (2014)