Marta McCabe, Ph.D.

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Marta came to the ARC from Duke’s Graduate School, where she taught international graduate students from various departments, provided workshops and consultations to international populations, and managed administrative aspects of the English for International Students program. Before joining Duke, she taught Academic English as a Foreign Language classes at Durham Technical Community College and Czech language classes at UNC Chapel Hill. Marta also served in numerous other roles including as a research scientist, interpreter, language consultant, and a founder and director of the Czech and Slovak School of North Carolina, a nonprofit organization supporting the Czech and Slovak ethnic community in the state. Marta holds a Ph.D. in Education (Culture, Curriculum and Change) from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; a M.A. in Public and Social Policy; and a B.A. in Sociology from Charles University in the Czech Republic. Marta’s professional interests include international education, migration, linguistic diversity, and heritage language maintenance. At the ARC, she provides support particularly to DKU and international students studying at Duke. Marta enjoys traveling and learning about other cultures, serving her ethnic community, and running.

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