Nadia Gosset is a French lecturer at Wichita State University. Native from France, she speaks French, English and Spanish.

Gosset received her degree in Clinical Psychology from Picardie’s University, Amiens, France, while working in a women’s counseling center by supporting and advising victims of domestic abuse for 5 years.

After her arrival in United Kingdom in 2012, she took the position of chairperson of “Les petits amis”, a parenting support group of the St. Albans French community for two years. Meanwhile, she worked as French tutor in schools and on “one-on-one” lesson.

In 2016, Gosset and her family moved to Wichita. She continued to teach French and works for Andover Public Schools usd385 as a teacher’s aide.

In 2019, she began teaching French at WSU for the department of Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures. She is teaching Elementary French I and II and Intermediate French 210. Gosset is also the moderator of WSU’s French Conversation Group: “La Papote”.