Fadila Boutouchent is currently a Lecturer for the Programme du Bac and pursuing her PhD in education within Francophone minority contexts with the Faculté des sciences de l’éducation of the Université de Moncton (NB). Her doctoral research explores motivations behind learning and associated relationships with maintaining French as a second language in Canada, studying Anglophone students’ intentions in majority language contexts. She holds a BSc in Agronomy from the Institut National Agronomique D’Alger (INA- Algeria) and a Master’s degree in Biology from the Université Rennes I (France).
Since 2003, Fadila has had many experiences in educational and research contexts, notably at Université Laval (QC), at Campus Saint-Jean of the University of Alberta (AB), and at the Université de Moncton (NB). She was a professor of Biology at the Université Mouloud Mammeri (Algeria) from 1993-2003, having started her professional career as a research assistant at the Institut National de Recherche Agronomique (INRA- Algeria) from 1989-1993Follow us on social media