The Middle East Center is pleased to announce the Master Teacher Fellows for 2016. Varley S. Paul from, Plymouth Meeting Friends School, and Melanie...
Pulitzer International Student Reporting Fellowship for Penn Students
Interested in issues that are under-reported in mainstream American media? Going abroad this summer to South Asia or the Middle East? Apply to be a Pulitzer International Student Reporting Fellow!
Useful links, lesson plans, language learning resources, and much more on the Middle East and North Africa.
At the Middle East Center we recognize our position as a meeting point of different disciplines, departments, and constituents, which allows us to facilitate learning and research opportunities.
The Middle East Center's (MEC) mission is to raise awareness about the unique circumstances of the Middle East and North Africa through implementing K-14 educational outreach programming, special events and academic lectures relating to the region.
The interdisciplinary MMES degree program is designed to allow students, both majors and minors, to specialize in the Modern Middle East as a region of the world by combining course work using both social, scientific, and humanistic approaches, underpinned by relevant language skills.
“The Modern Middle Eastern Studies major provided me an exciting, multifaceted lens through which to view a region that has interested me throughout my college career. The interdisciplinary approach offered me the unique opportunity to think about the contemporary Middle East in a nuanced fashion... More >
MEC congratulates Natalie Au and Rachel Townzen on being named the Pulitzer International Student...
Dr. Harun Küçük Delivers the Dean's Lecture at the Mongomery County Community College
Middle East Center continues to expand its outreach efforts to new partners. Most recently, we...
Global Distinguished Lecture Draws Crowds to Discuss Syrian Migration
At the National Resource Center's annual Global Distnquished Lecture event, "Lessons from the Great Syrian Migration," New...