French students presented at the Student Research ConferenceApril 18, 2018
On Thursday April 5th 2018 Truman’s annual Student Research Conference (SRC) was held. This year, three French students presented their capstone research which was coordinated by Prof. Ron Manning . Celine Fuchs, advised by Dr. Sana Camara, presented her translation of Le crépuscule des elfes by Jean-Louis Fetjaine for her minor in translation. Sabrina Wiser, advised by Dr. Audrey Viguier, and Elizabeth Hosler, advised by Dr. Betty McLane-Iles, both presented their senior capstone projects. Sabrina Wiser presented a comparison of the medical systems in France and the United States and Elizabeth Hosler presented on the Paw-Paw dialect of French, which is found in Missouri. All three presentations showed off the versatility of the French department. The presentations were very well attended by students and faculty.
|Prof. Ron Manning, Elizabeth Hosler, Celine Fuchs, Sabrina Wiser, and Ross Jones|