Part of the Spring 2019 Student Professional Development Series
Join this Round Table/Brown Bag Lunch, led by Charles Joukhadar and Kamilia Rahmouni, to get tips and advice on progressing through an academic program and getting a job/position at the end of the program.
Charles Joukhadar, PhD Candidate, School of Middle Eastern and North African Studies, UA
Charles Joukhadar is a Ph.D. candidate in Arabic Linguistics at the School of Middle Eastern and North African Studies (MENAS) at the University of Arizona, with a minor in Second Language Acquisition and Teaching (SLAT). Charles's dissertation is on language variation and changes in Lebanese Arabic. Charles has been teaching Arabic and coordinating summer Arabic programs at different universities in the US and Lebanon since 2009. Recently, Charles accepted a position to be a Visiting Assistant Professor of Arabic at the University of Mississippi, to start in August 2019.
Kamilia Rahmouni, PhD Candidate, School of Middle Eastern and North African Studies, UA
As of March 2019, Kamilia successfully defended her dissertation, titled, "Repertoires of Identities: Language, Intersectionality and Memory in Tunisia (1881-Present)", and is on her way to complete her PhD from the School of Middle Eastern and North African Studies.