Nadine Normand-Marconnet is a Lecturer in Intercultural Competence in the Monash School of Languages, Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics, and the Deputy Director (Education Programs) of the Monash Intercultural Lab launched in July 2018.
She has been the Faculty of Arts nominee to the Vice-Chancellor Teaching Excellence Awards in 2018, she is the recipient of the Faculty Award for Teaching Excellence (2017), and a Fellow in the Monash Education Academy (2016-2019).
Nadine’s research focuses on intercultural competence, and on wine semiotics.
- As a lecturer specialising in Intercultural Communication Competence, I contributed to this presentation of Monash’s research around Migration and Social Cohesion. (October 10th 2017) https://youtu.be/5DCDLJvdYVs Read more
- I have been invited to present a paper on the current situation of language policy and strategy in Australian universities at the symposium organised by ... Read more
- Sharing a common interest in wine as a cultural artefact, Nadine is involved in a ongoing research project conducted in collaboration with Dr Jason C. ... Read more
- From 2015, Nadine is involved in two research projects focusing at study abroad in Prato. ‘The development of personal and professional intercultural competencies in short-term study ... Read more