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Madeline Muravchik joins the IWP faculty as adjunct French instructor

IWP is pleased to announce the formal addition of Madeline Muravchik to the faculty as Adjunct Language Instructor, French.

Ms. Muravchik has been involved with French language and French theater in several capacities, having served as a graduate teaching assistant in French at George Mason University and as a French theater history instructor and cultural activity director at Tisch School of the Arts High School.  She has also served as the director of development and a member of the acting company for Le Néon Théâtre and a drama teacher at Lycée Rochambeau.

She graduated from the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University with a B.F.A. with honors in acting with a French minor.  Later, Ms. Muravchik received her M.A. in French from George Mason University, where she was a three-time Crème de la Crème Award recipient, and received the Modern and Classical Language Department Best Thesis Award in 2013.

IWP Dean Mackubin Owens comments: “We are happy to welcome Madeline aboard. She has been teaching at IWP for a while, and we are happy to make it official.  We look forward to continuing to work with her.”