A graduate student in linguistics/teaching English as a second language from Novokuznetsk, Russia, Margarita Nemchuk would like to come back as a ’80s rock star. (Us, too!)
Indiana State students — both domestic and international — navigate cultural differences to make new friends and the most of their time visiting their host countries.
With her idea of perfect happiness being traveling, learning and teaching, Olivia Bohnhoff, a language studies major from Bloomington, Ill., should be content this summer as she embarks on a Fulbright as a teaching assistant in Mexico.
“I don’t know how many ISU students have been awarded this prestigious grant in the past, but probably not many, and none in recent memory,” said Mark Lewandowski, associate professor in the English department and Indiana State Fulbright program adviser.