Master Lecturer in Arabic

Spring 2024 Office Hours:  Mon 1:20 – 3:20 pm at my office & Tue 3:00 – 4:00 pm via Zoom and per request.


Luluah Mustafa is a highly accomplished and respected master lecturer of Arabic at Boston University, where she teaches both Modern Standard Arabic and Levantine colloquial Arabic at all levels. In her role as coordinator of the Arabic program and first-year courses coordinator, as well as co-coordinating the Brown Bags Seminars at the Romance and World Languages and Literatures departments, she has made significant contributions to the development and improvement of the Arabic curriculum. She has also been a key figure in the production of communicative materials and assessment tools that have enriched the BU Arabic program.

Ms. Mustafa is an ACTFL fully certified OPI tester and AAPPL rater. She has been an active member of the Arabic language field, presenting at conferences such as ACTFL, NECTFL, MaFLA, Boston Area Language Consortium (BALC), NERALLT, SCATC, and NEATC, among others. She has also been invited to speak as a distinguished guest to train Arabic teachers and other world language teachers from around the world.

Her students consistently give her excellent evaluations, and her dedication to teaching has been recognized with multiple awards, including the Merlin Swartz Award for Faculty Excellence from the Institute for the Study of Muslim Societies and Civilizations at Boston University in 2016 and the Frank and Lynn Wisneski Award for Excellence in Teaching from the College of Arts and Sciences at Boston University in 2021.

Ms. Mustafa’s main areas of interest include integrating technology at all language proficiency levels, creating student-centered classrooms, and helping students empower their global citizenship by integrating sustainable content.


Luluah Mustafa’s CV