Khaoula Nagati http://kut.org en Tunisian Students Reflect on Their Time in Austin http://kut.org/post/tunisian-students-reflect-their-time-austin <p>For the past two weeks, KUT News has hosted two students from Tunisia: Salma Abed, 22, and Khaoula Nagati, 23.</p><p>Traveling from Tunsia, to Washington D.C., to Austin and back again, Abed and Nagati are part of a traveling delegation of Tunisian journalism students, sponsored by the <a href="http://www.icfj.org/">International Center for Journalists</a>.</p><p>Abed graduated from the Institute of Press and Information Sciences in June 2011, and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in electronic journalism. Nagati also graduated from the Institute of Press and Information Sciences. &nbsp;</p><p>We asked Abed and Nagati to describe their experiences in Austin. They accompanied reporters from KUT on a preview of <a href="http://kutnews.org/post/back-future-major-retrospective-designer-norman-bel-geddes-opens">a futuristic design exhibit</a> at the Harry Ransom Center on the UT campus, a event announcing <a href="http://kut.org/2012/09/f1-organizers-begin-working-with-del-valle-isd/">a Formula 1-related scholarship program</a> for the Del Valle school district, and an Austin Police press conference regarding pedestrian fatalities. Their visit also came as <a href="http://kutnews.org/post/us-ambassador-libya-three-other-americans-killed-benghazi-attack">protests rocked the Middle East</a>, tied in part to an inflammatory anti-Muslim film, and <a href="http://kutnews.org/post/ut-bomb-scare-over-questions-remain?nopop=1">a bomb hoax on the UT campus</a> evacuated the KUT newsroom.</p><p> Fri, 21 Sep 2012 21:36:23 +0000 Salma Abed, Khaoula Nagati & Wells Dunbar 5132 at http://kut.org Tunisian Students Reflect on Their Time in Austin