The Higher Education Department of the Embassy of France and the George Washington University’s School of Media and Public Affairs hosted the 2015 Lafayette Debates, an intercollegiate debate tournament, on the topic of climate ch
Students of the DePaul University French Department Are Engaging In The Fight Against Climate Change
In order to better understand the importance of the climatic issues to the American public, the students of the French department of DePaul University translated an exhibit into English created by the French Ministry for the Environment.
On Monday May 4, 2015 Professor Todd Bowen from Niles Township High Schools in Skokie, IL was presented with the Ordre des Palmes Académiques by Denis Quenelle, Deputy Cultural Attaché at the French Cultural Service in Chicago in recognition to his comitment to the teaching of the French Language.
Lab Citoyen est un programme qui vise à promouvoir la langue française en tant qu’outil de débat d’idées. Organisé par l’Institut Français en collaboration avec la Maison des cultures du monde, le programme réunit à Paris une centaine d’étudiants âgés de 18 à 25 ans, sélectionnés sur concours organisés par les Services culturels des ambassades de France. Ces jeunes francophones du monde entier sont invités à échanger et débattre de la liberté d’expression, des libertés individuelles, liberté de la presse, droits des minorités.b
On Wednesday March 11, 2015, Professor Hollis Clayson of Northwestern University was presented with the Ordre des Palmes Académiques in honor of her impressive career , particularly her contribution to the expansion and promotion of 19th century French art in the United States.
The Embassy of France and George Washington University are announcing the 2015 Lafayette Climate Debates. The 2015 Debates will include public debates at French consulates in San Francisco, Atlanta, and Houston; online speech competitions in both French and English; and an international intercollegiate debate tournament in Washington, D.C., hosted by the Institute for Public Diplomacy and Global Communication on April 18 & 19, 2015.