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David Ward received his B.A. in German from Duke University and earned his PhD in German literature from the University of Texas at Austin.
He has lived, studied, and worked in Germany for some five years in total, including a high school year as a Rotary exchange student in Duisburg and Hamburg and a college semester of independent study at the Ludwig-Maximilian-Universität in Munich. He later interned at the Suhrkamp publishing house in Frankfurt am Main and also spent a Fulbright year doing dissertation research in Frankfurt. He subsequently spent several 11-week stints directing study abroad in Mainz and, most recently, taking Norwich students for a two-week study visit to Berlin and Greifswald.
Sophia Mizouni holds a French baccalauréat from the Collège Marie de France, a bachelor’s in landscape architecture from the Université de Montréal, a master’s in landscape architecture from the University of Guelph and a Master of Arts and doctorate in French language and literature from Boston University.
Lingyi (Lenny) Hu came to the United States in 1986 to pursue his graduate study in English literature. Later he went to Canada to study comparative literature and Chinese literature and culture, and earned his doctorate from the Department of East Asian Studies of the University of Toronto.
Miriam Romero joined Norwich University’s Modern Languages Department faculty in 2020. She completed her doctorate in Latin American Studies at the University of Oklahoma. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish with teaching certification and a Mastwer of Arts in Spanish literature and culture from the University of Texas, Brownsville.
Kaitlin E. Thomas completed her doctorate in Hispanic studies at the University of Birmingham (U.K.). She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Hispanic studies from Washington College and an Master of Arts in Latin American and Spanish language and literature from New York University (Madrid).
Robert Bartlett completed their B.S. in Elementary Education with a concentration in Spanish and American Sign Language from the University of Vermont. They subsequently completed an M.Ed. in teaching English as a Second Language: Bilingual Education.