English Language Fellow Leticia Medina Inspires Students through an Interdisciplinary Approach to Academic Writing in Russia
Leticia Medina began her journey as an English Language Fellow in Moscow, Russia, and has continued her project virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Her project focuses primarily on research-based academic writing at the university level.
When Johanna Campbell arrived as an English Language Fellow in Russia (2018-2020), she was stepping into the unfamiliar, but she quickly learned having a deep appreciation of the arts, along with enthusiasm for language acquisition, would go a long way in making personal connections.
For her final class with Moscow Access students, Higher School of Economics English Language Fellow, Dr. Debra Josephson Abrams prepared a requested lesson on volunteerism in the U.S.
EL Fellow, William Smith participated in an event hosted by an English language school for young learners, aged 13-18.
English Language Fellow Christopher Hastings and Fulbright Teaching Assistant Quentin Scribner traveled to Kaliningrad to meet with ACCESS students and local primary school students.
English Language Fellow Kathy Green lead a 2 week camp for English Access Microscholarship Students in Irkutsk, Russia.
English Language Fellow John Kotnarowski shared valuable information on how to engage students in the writing process at the Pedagogical Marathon held at Moscow State Pedagogical University in Moscow, Russia.