Dr. Melissa Baralt and team have won the US Health Resources and Services Administration's Word Gap Challenge for their app Háblame Bebé.
President Rosenberg blogs on his return to Qingdao University (QU) and visit with our students in the cooperative bachelor’s dual degree program in Spanish.
On April 2nd the University hosted the 10th Annual FIU Chinese Speech and Skit Contest, bringing together a diverse group of nearly 200 students, along with their teachers and parents from throughout South Florida. They represented nearly 30 institutions that participated.
A warm congratulations to Portuguese professor Augusta Vono, Japanese professor Dr. Asuka Mashav and French professor Dr. Maria Antonieta Garcia on their promotion to University Instructors.
The volume Literature and Ethics in Contemporary Brazil, co-edited by Portuguese Professor Nicola Gavioli and King's College Professor Vinicius Mariano de Carvalho, was published this month by Routledge.
The Association of Florida Teachers of Japanese (AFTJ) will hold various contests during Spring 2017.
Various occasions for students to practice interviewing skills with employers, career fairs for all majors, and internship opportunities.
It’s never too late to start learning a new language. FIU’s Department of Modern Languages offers introductory classes to a variety of languages, including one that could break the communication barrier between you and about 100 million people worldwide: Swahili.
Congratulations to Dr. Erik Camayd-Freixas and to Dr. Melissa Baralt for their recent honors at the 2016 Faculty Convocation. Dr. Camayd-Freixas was selected as the 2016 Worlds Ahead Faculty Award winner thanks to his effort to provide in-state tuition to undocumented students, which was pioneered by FIU and has since become Florida law. Dr. Melissa Baralt received an Excellence in Teaching award. The Department of Modern Languages is very proud of them both!