As members of the TCLoc Team, we are dedicated to the success of our students. We will guide your experience and help you make the most of our program. We would love to hear from you, so don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions!
Renate de la Paix’s academic background in business management and translation has profoundly shaped her pedagogical and practical approach to developing master’s programs...
She has founded and directed several degree programs at the University of Strasbourg since 2002. Renate is especially interested in bridging the gap between academia and industry, which is reflected in the programs she has developed to keep pace with the latest technological and theoretical advancements in relevant domains. This is made possible thanks to substantial contributions made by TCLoc instructors, who are leading experts in their fields.
Valérie Ledermann’s great passion for Slavic culture led her to study Russian and Serbo-Croatian before graduating in education sciences...
As the program coordinator of the TCLoc and CAWEB distance-learning programs, Valérie is keenly attentive to the needs of the students. She makes sure to warmly welcome new students and remains available to answer any questions they might have, accompanying them throughout their studies. In addition, Valérie assists the instructors in managing their courses and is in charge of organizing the graduation ceremony and other social events. She particularly enjoys the on-campus meetings with the distance-learning students.
Kelly Flynn is an American currently enrolled in the CAWEB master’s degree and is the newest member of the TCLoc Team, working part-time as the program assistant since September 2019...
Her multicultural background and organizational and communication skills make her a valuable asset to both the TCLoc administration and the students. Committed and friendly, Kelly is a helpful contact for many TCLoc candidates looking for guidance with the application process. In addition, she provides direct support to the TCLoc Team in their day-to-day responsibilities.
Molly Thornberg has been serving as the Communications Assistant for the TCLoc team since September 2020...
In addition to working part-time to support the communication side of the program, she is also currently enrolled in the CAWEB master’s degree. Originally from the United States, her background in translation and communication serve as wonderful additions to the TCLoc team. Molly is excited to help the team by serving as a link between the TCLoc program and its students, both current and perspective.