Perspectives on Life in Morocco
Thursday, March 15, 2018
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Coolidge Hall, Sanger Auditorium, Shadyside campus of Chatham University
Cost: Free and open to the public
Join the Department of History, Political Science, and International Studies for a panel discussion focused on life in Morocco. Topics will include issues facing Morocco, the position of women in Moroccan society, and the challenges facing expatriates integrating into Moroccan culture.
Current student Maria Taylor and Chatham alums Maryem Aslam and Sarah Jugovic will reflect on their experiences studying abroad in Morocco. They’ll be joined by former USAID worker Matt Brady.
Matt Brady has extensive experience in the fields of foreign affairs, international relations, human rights, and international education. Most recently, he worked in Morocco in 2017 as the Senior Program Management Advisor for Counterpart International’s Civil Society Strengthening Project. He previously lived in Ifrane, Morocco while teaching at Al Akhawayn University, and has spent time in Morocco each year since 2004.
For questions, contact Dr. David Rossbach: (412) 365-2720 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Event Contact InformationDr. David Rossbach
Department of History, Political Science, International Studies