French Graduate Profile: Keith
Keith  Keith
Keith, 2010 graduate
French & Political Science


As a Political Science and French major, Keith found ways to use his knowledge of authors like Montaigne and Rousseau in his Poli Sci classes.   In his junior year, Keith went to Paris to study abroad on the Paris internship program.  While there he was lucky enough to secure an internship with a law firm, which gave him the chance to explore further the many connections to be made between French and law.  And in his senior year Keith participated in the 2010 Celebration of Undergraduate Scholarship, winning the Dean’s Choice Award for his project on “A Democratic Liberation: Liberation Theology and Rousseau.”  In addition to the wealth of French activities on campus, Keith praised the wide variety of course topics “from medieval poetry and history to modern French culture and cuisine.” 

"Valpo's French faculty is well trained in a variety of topics frm medieval poetry and history to modern French culture and cuisine.  There are always French-related activities happening on campus and the native French students you meet are all warm and eager to speak about their intercultural experiences."  -- Keith

• Keith was in Christ College and had a double major with French major and Political Science.
• Keith presented at the University's 2010 Celebration of Undergraduate Scholarship.