Georgia Tech to Offer Hebrew, Swahili Courses to Deepen Africa, Middle East Ties
Posted August 6, 2020
External Article: Global Atlanta
Anna Westerstahl Stenport (ModLangs) was quoted in the article “Georgia Tech to Offer Hebrew, Swahili Courses to Deepen Africa, Middle East Ties” in Global Atlanta on August 6.
“Enhancing global competence and cross-cultural understanding are core priorities of the School of Modern Languages. By adding Hebrew and Swahili, we are strengthening our efforts in Middle Eastern and North African Studies and applied language learning to serve all Georgia Tech students, regardless of major,” said Anna Westerstahl Stenport, professor of Global Studies and chair in Georgia Tech’s School of Modern Languages and founding co-director of the Atlanta Global Studies Center (AGSC).