TESOL Fellowship Awardees Discuss Their Work with Refugees

Posted on August 18, 2018



Marlboro's Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) masters program finished its summer intensive last week. Faculty member Suzan Kobashigawa sat down with two fellowship recipients to discuss their experience working with refugees and how it connects to their studies at Marlboro. 

Kate Harris is an English for Refugees Fellow with experience working with refugees in Lebanon. 

Alexandra Rutan is a returning Peace Corp volunteer and has been awarded the Coverdell Fellowship in partnership with the Peace Corps. 

Both students will be working with refugees as part of their studies in the Marlboro TESOL program. Listen to their story here: 

 


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Kelsa Summer Roidt, Assistant Director for Graduate and Professional Studies