2013 CONFERENCE PRESENTER
Graduate Teaching Assistant, School of International Service, American University
Chantel Morant is a graduate student in the International Communication program, in the School of International Service. Upon entering AU in 2011, Chantel came with wealth of international experience which included working and studying in over 10 countries. As an undergraduate, she discovered her passion for international affairs when she joined student leaders from across the country for a two week educational mission to Israel. Learning about the issues “up-close and in real-time” motivated Chantel to get more involved in the global community. In 2008, she participated in the Washington Semester Program (WSP) and traveled throughout Western Europe to study international law and organizations. Chantel credits WSP for inspiring her to pursue a Masters at American University where she is now studying International Communication.
A Neighborhood for All: Can Shared Vision Be Formed from Diverse Organizations and Goals?
Presenter(s): Easten Law, Instructor, School of International Service, American University; and Chantel Morant, Graduate Teaching Assistant, School of International Service, American University
Delivery: Case Study
Keyword(s): Relocation/Global Mobility, Mediation, Cultural Media