Professional Information
Education Nationale/Entrepreneur/Author
Higher Education
Education, Honors & Awards
Princeton University; Universite de Paris 4 Sorbonne; Middlebury College
A.B., Princeton University- Master School of Oriental Languages; 2 Masters Degree from Universite de Paris 4 Sorbonne; Middlebury College Laura started her higher education at Princeton University with an A.B. degree in Philosophy and Art History in 1988, Middlebury College Summer School Auditor, School of Oriental Languages Paris with a Masters in American Indian Language in 1993, Universite de Paris 4 Sorbonne with 2 Maters in American Literature 1997 and Shakespearean Studies 2000.
French National Competition Examination; Prizes in Poetry
Personal Information
Translator Association; Opole Paris; Princeton Theater Alumni Association
Yoga; Costume Design; Sewing; Photography
21-25 Years
Laura Hargrove-Schneilin started her career as a translator in 1992, writer in 1986 and as an educator in 2000. Laura was one of the 10% of applicants that passed the French National Competition Examination of France and is a part of the Princeton Theater Alumni Association. She is proficient in French, English, German, Russian and Italian and is part of the Translator's Association, Opole Paris. Laura is currently volunteering with the Paris Photo Exhibit that will be held in Paris, Miami and Bastille. A book of her poetry titled, "Ugly Stories" was published in 1984, "Broken Syntax" was published in 2007, and numerous others have been published in French. Laura credits her success to listening to the wise words of her mother: "work hard and believe in your self, you won't get things for free." Her father was a professor and gave her the foundation for her extraordinary education.
Translation; Writer; Education
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