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A Semester in Rwanda


More me, not yet in Rwanda

Found a couple of other people's blogs on their Fulbright's in Rwanda. 

One, http://dpfeldman2.blogspot.com/ (Dave Feldman) even had pictures (oh! Alfie! listen to me say 'pictures'!) of the (or a similar) room that will be mine. Seems to make a huge amount of difference for my ability to image my life there. Other helpful info in that and another blog ( https://sites.google.com/site/drperduesite/about/fulbright (Diane Perdue)), included the on and off electricity, the three different languages used (French, English and Kinyarwandan), the potentially large classes without chalk boards, let alone projectors, and, as Diane Perdue puts it "E-learning without the E". I was heartened to learn that, although the lecture was common, there was enthusiasm for different pedagogical paradigms. 

Jon and Alejna suggest that I should be posting 360 degree panoramic pictures demonstrating the conspicuous lack of gorlllas while I'm still in the states. Otherwise, it'd just be photos of me filling out forms ... 


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Associate Professor Nanette Veilleux has been awarded a Fulbright Grant to teach computer engineering at the Kigali Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) in Rwanda. Follow along on her journey.

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