The African and African Diaspora Studies Program and the Department of Modern Languages are hiring half-time instructors of Swahili and Wolof Languages
AADS and ML are pleased to announce that, beginning fall 2015, they will be offering classes of Swahili and Wolof languages during regular semesters on MMC. The Swahili and Wolof language instructor positions are funded thanks to the U.S. Department of Education Title VI-Undergraduate International Studies and Foreign Languages (UISFL) grant entitled “Expanding and Developing African Studies at FIU” – which was awarded to AADS in October 2014.
Incoming Swahili Instructor, Zablon Mgonja, will teach SWA 1130 “Swahili I” in the fall of 2015 and SWA 1131 “Swahili II” in the spring of 2016. Incoming Wolof Instructor, Samba Camara, will teach WOL 1130 “Wolof I” in fall 2015 and WOL 1131 “Wolof II” in the spring of 2016.
|Samba Camara, incoming Wolof Instructor||Zablon Mgonja, incoming Swahili Instructor|