Join us for an exciting informal chat with our special guest Matthew Werner!
Matthew has been in the foreign service for nearly 18 years. He was in the first class after the merger with USIS. He is originally from Atlanta, but went to American University in Washington, DC. His first overseas trip was to the USSR when he was 17; he went on a 3 week exchange program, visiting 8 cities. In his foreign service career, he has served in Kazakhstan, Nigeria, Washington, Croatia, Georgia, and Romania, as well as Ukraine. He is married with 3 children. He is an avid reader of any genre, but he mostly reads history and science. He loves old movies and watching sports. Atlanta has multiple professional and collegiate level sports teams that he has followed since he was a child.
In anticipation of upcoming Academy Awards Matthew will speak about the Oscars and invites you to join him.
Please remember to bring your passport or driver's license.
In this session we’ll be discussing some of the major themes related to teaching pronunciation and how to easily integrate these topics into the EFL classroom.
For this week’s topic we’ll be discussing a variety of issues relating to the health and happiness of Ukrainians.
Paul Rusesabagina was a hotel manager who housed over a thousand Tutsi refugees during their struggle against the Hutu militia in Rwanda.
Команда Інді Лаб запрошує на показ 9-ти короткометражних документальних фільмів, створених молодими митцями цього року.
A panel discussion with three contributors to 2017 veteran fiction anthology "The Road Ahead" about writing and publishing fiction about war, and how that relates to contemporary events in Ukraine.