Penn State University - Pennsylvania, USA
“Writing for the web”
Les étudiants du parcours de communication du master M2i ont eu la chance d’inaugurer la nouvelle collaboration avec l’université américaine Penn State. A cette occasion, ils ont pu bénéficier du cours en ligne “writing for the web” dirigé par John Chapin et faire la connaissance d’étudiants américains. Par paire de deux ou plus, (un américain et un français) les étudiants devaient écrire un feature article l’un sur l’autre afin de développer leurs compétences de rédaction pour le web.
Découvrez le travail de nos étudiants :
The Golden Age of Radio started in the 1920s, when families would gather for their favorite programs. But in Penn State University, a century later, the tradition is still going strong. Nate Sharif is the president of the radio club, The Lion (…)
How did you feel the first time you were able to understand someone speaking in another language? Wasn’t it exciting? Five students around the world tell us about their vision of language learning.
When I first saw the name of Alexey Stern, an American student I was going to write about, I just thought : “Alexey? Is he Russian?” The first thing I heard when I spoke to him was: “Привет! Как дела?” (Rus. “Hi! How are you?”)
Elise Schaffer is a 22-year-old woman living in Pennsylvania. When you see her, you can easily guess the type of degree she is taking: Art. She has dyed bright red hair and wears funky glasses. Her resume is full of art classes such as theatre, and she plays three instruments.
Marisa, 21 years old and a student at Penn State University, is what you could call “the creative type”. Drama, drawing, playing the flute or the piano, she has tried it all. Some of these passions went by the way side, while some of them stayed with her.
On his thirty-minute car journey towards Penn State Lehigh Valley, David likes to stop at the gas station and grab a hot chocolate before starting his school day. Meanwhile, 323 miles away, Ryan jumps in his light blue car, his window rolled completely down and stick his arm out towards Penn State Beaver.
Student life is an important part of most people’s life. This is the moment when we
become adults, when we decide how our future will look like. College represents the
transition between our student life and our professional life. And in order to make this
transition more solemn, American Universities traditionally organize graduation
As French students, we all dream about American student life. Being able to choose your major and schedule
all your classes is not common in our French education system. Life seems easier and happier on American
campuses with all the clubs you can join and sports you can do. But what are the real benefits of campus