This flyer providers information on the 2019 MEXT Japanese Studies Scholarship. If you have any further questions, please reach out to Dr. Asuka Mashav at firstname.lastname@example.org
Alberto Sosa, Doctoral Candidate in the Spanish PhD program has won another grant! Alberto was selected to be among 30 doctoral students that will take part in the Humanities Without Walls 3 week 2019 in-residence workshop. The workshop takes place in Chicago and is organized by the Chicago Humanities Festival—a leading public humanities organization—in consultation with HWW. The National HWW Predoctoral Fellowship that Alberto has won is funded by the prestigious Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
These flyers provide information on Persian I and Turkish II courses being offered in Spring 2019.
The Department of Modern Language's ASL 1993 will host RIT/NTID's Theater. Sunshine 2.0 is a professional traveling theater troupe based at Rochester Institute of Technology's National Technical Institute for the Deaf in Rochester, New York. The troupe provides performance and activities for deaf and hard-of-hearing educational topics pertaining to the Deaf experience.
Perspectives on Teaching Portuguese at Mainstream Schools for K-8 Portuguese teachers and specialists focuses on cultural products, practices and perspectives. This workshop details various interventions that any instructor can easily and quickly integrate into his/her lesson plans that will allow students to experience a diverse collection of cultural experiences and perspectives. The day-long workshop will be led by Dr. Megwen Loveless, Tulane University.
You are invited to attend an Insider’s Guide to Federal Government Service session on Thursday, February 7th at 3:30pm in GC 355 sponsored by the Kimberly Green Latin American and Caribbean Center (LACC), U.S. Department of State, and the Office of Global Learning Initiatives. Following the session, Diplomat in Residence Monique Quesada is offering a workshop on Writing a Personal Statement that Pops at 5:00pm in GC 355.