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Martine Camblor

Martine Camblor is an assistant professor of French, director of the Language Center, and Foreign Language Placement Testing. Camblor earned her B.A. in English with a Spanish Minor from the University of Paris VII, Institute of English Charles V. She graduated from University of Besancon, France with M.A. in Teaching French as a foreign language as well as her accreditation for Teaching in the field of Business at the French Institute of Dusseldorf, Germany.

Prior to coming to Marian University, Camblor worked for fifteen years as Export Manager in a Paris-based corporation. Then, after moving to Germany, she taught all levels of French courses at the French Institute of Frankfort. There, Camblor experience in the field of International Business and Administration helped her develop training sessions to prepare professional adult students for the general and specialized business diplomas administered by the Chamber of Industry and Commerce of Paris.

In Frankfort, Camblor designed, administered and led the training provided by the French Institute to the German state government's personnel directors, specifically to those being sent to the European Commission. In addition, Camblor was responsible for implementation of the DELF and DALF in Germany. These are diplomas in the field of Foreign Affairs awarded by the French Ministry of Education.

Born and raised in France, Camblor has lived and worked in five countries and has traveled extensively in Europe, North and Central America, and North and South Africa. In addition to her native French, Camblor speaks English, German, and Spanish.

Camblor serves as a certified interpreter for St.Vincent and Methodist hospitals and for Kiwanis International. Camblor is a past president and board member of the French Alliance, Indianapolis chapter, and recently led a Maymester class to France in the study abroad program.

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