Notes by Fabienne Gérard

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Fabienne Gérard

Title

Head, Modern Language Department; French Teacher

Education

BA, MA L'Université de Toulouse, France; PhD L'Université de la Sorbonne, Nouvelle, France

Years at Trinity

2003-2018


Fabienne Gérard is New Modern Languages Department Head

04.08.2013
Fabienne Gérard is New Modern Languages Department Head

Head of School John Allman writes, "This fall, when our outstanding Modern Languages Department Head Laura Gordon expressed interest in returning to full-time teaching at Trinity in 2013-14, the School initiated an extensive search process. At the culmination of this process, our own beloved class dean and exceptional French teacher Fabienne Gérard emerged at the top candidate to lead our Modern Language Department as it develops transformational language-immersion travel opportunities, creates a language lab to enhance proficiency in oral communication, and determines how to introduce modern language instruction earlier in our Lower School. A media- and tech-savvy global citizen who has lived, studied, and taught successfully in three countries and two continents, Dr. Gerard brings to our leadership position a compelling array of experiences and capabilities as well as an unwavering commitment to educational excellence and student well-being."


Fabienne Gérard is Interviewed About Racing

12.01.2011
Fabienne Gérard is Interviewed About Racing

Fabienne, a 2011 Century Road Club Associaton (CRCA) Women's Champion, was interviewed about how she began bicycle racing, her achievements, and her aspirations. Read the interview at
http://www.crca.net/2011/09/interview-with-fabienne-gerard-of-the-fuoriclassediscover-chiropractic-cat-1-racer-and-2011-crca-womens-champion/.


Fabienne Gérard has Cycling Accomplishment

06.07.2011
Fabienne Gérard has Cycling Accomplishment

Fabienne, a very successful cyclist outside of Trinity, recently placed twenty-eighth in the Liberty Classic, the most prestigious one day race in the United States which took place in Philadelphia on 5 June 2011.