Congratulations to Jay Rowley, an alumnus of the Arabic Program, on being honored as one of the inaugural Domer Dozen, an award given to graduates 32 years old and younger in recognition for their significant contributions and extraordinary dedication to making a difference. Rowley, one of 12 honorees, is being recognized for his work promoting security in the Middle East. …
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Professor Hussein Abdulsater has been awarded "The World Award for Book of the Year of the Islamic Republic of Iran" for his book, Shi'i Doctrine, Mu'tazili Theology: al-Sharif al-Murtada and Imami Discourse. The award honors works in the fields of Islamic studies and Iranian studies.
In Shi'i Doctrine, Mu'tazili Theology: al-Sharif al-Murtada and Imami Discourse…
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Leanne is a Program of Liberal Studies and International Economics - Arabic double major from Orlando, Florida.
Erin Hayes is graduating with majors in Political Science and Arabic and a certificate in International Security Studies.
"C.J." Pine, an Arabic and peace studies major, was named Valedictorian '2017. CJ is currently serving as Peace Process and Programming Specialist with the U.S. Department of State.
"Being an Arabic major has led me to learn a rich language, giving me the opportunity to encounter new people and ideas about the world in places I never would have expected to find myself," said Molly Herber '13, now a writer for the National Outdoor Leadership School in Wyoming.
Victoria Braga is now a judicial law clerk in the Executive Office for Immigration Review at the U.S. Department of Justice.
Caleb “C.J.” Pine, an Arabic and peace studies major, was named a 2016 Truman Scholar. Pine hopes to pursue a graduate program at the University of Oxford’s Refugee Studies Center.
“Studying Arabic this summer opened up both a new region of the world and a new realm of ideas for me to explore,” said Summer Language Abroad grant recipient Sarah Thomas Morgan.
“I accomplished far more than I thought possible in the short time I was abroad,” said Arabic and philosophy Jacob Kildoo.