paid internship
Posted on June 12th, 2024 in Internships by ecurtis4

Paid Internship: Program Assistant for the IU Indianapolis Arabic Studies Program Are you interested in learning how a higher education program runs? Do you like connecting with students and community members? Do you have an interest in learning about Arabic and Islamic studies? If so, please apply for a paid internship with the IU Indianapolis …

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Edward Curtis, the new director of Arabic Studies program, has announced his three-year plan for the future of the program at IU Indianapolis. Curtis’ goals include the following: *Community Engagement. The program will rely on a soon-to-be-announced Community Advisory Board to identify opportunities for mutually-beneficial research, teaching, and service both on and off campus with …

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Edward Curtis lectures at the Abraham Lincoln Library
Posted on June 10th, 2024 in Alumni, Announcements, Blog, Faculty, Featured by ecurtis4

“I wish my Arab granny were here to see this,” said Dr. Edward Curtis, the new director of the Arabic Studies program at the IU Indianapolis School of Liberal Arts. It’s been a long journey from his rural Southern Illinois hometown. Curtis, the William M. and Gail M. Plater Chair of the Liberal Arts and …

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Mashhour Amira
Posted on June 6th, 2024 in Alumni, Announcements, Blog, Faculty, Featured by ecurtis4

After more than twenty years at the helm of IUPUI’s Arabic Studies Program, Senior Lecturer Amira Mashhour (Ph.D., Cairo University) has retired from the faculty of the World Languages and Cultures Department. Educated in Arabic, French, and English in Egypt, Dr. Mashhour wrote her dissertation in the field of economics. Though she did offer some …

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