Shereen El Ezabi is a senior instructor II of Arabic at the Department of Arabic Language Instruction (ALI) which she joined in 2000. She has a BA in English and comparative literature and an MA in teaching Arabic as a foreign language (1997), both from AUC. She teaches international students all levels of Modern Standard Arabic and Egyptian Colloquial courses across the department’s various units and programs, which include: the Intensive Language Program (ALIN), the Center for Arabic Studies Abroad (CASA), Intensive Summer (ALIS) and the University Arabic language courses (ALNG), in addition to the occasional Core Curriculum course for AUC undergraduates. Her special fields of interest are translation studies and Arabic morphology. She previously worked at the United Arab Emirates University and taught intensive summer courses at Middlebury College, USA. She has published translations in the Alif Journal of Comparative Poetics, and has written critical reviews for the Cairo International Festival for Experimental Theater magazine. She is the recipient of the CASA Award for Excellence in Language Teaching in 2008.