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Have you ever considered teaching English or French K-12 to Spanish children and teenagers in Spain? Be a cultural ambassador with the Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport, and the Education Office of the Embassies of Spain in the U.S.A. and Canada.
The Department of Modern Languages is proud to announce that FIU senior Valerie Regis has been chosen as the winner of our new Haitian Creole children's story writing competition. This competition has been created to promote literacy in Haitian Creole and also to serve our Miami community. All stories submitted to the competition will be given to a local shelter for Haitian children to read. Valerie's story, Ti Ble, was selected. Congratulations, Valerie!
The Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowship supports language training in Less-Commonly-Taught Languages (LCTLs), including Portuguese, Haitian Creole, and Quechua. LACC is sending out its final call for the Summer 2015 Fellowship. Summer fellowships are offered to students participating in FLAS approved Summer Study Abroad programs only.
A writing competition to fill the need for children’s books written in Haitian-Creole led student Valerie Regis to write Ti Ble, which translates to “Little Blue.”
Students from across the country converge in New Orleans for an alternative Spring Break of building our organizing skills, support a live-campaign of low-wage workers fighting for living-wages and respect at work, and enjoying the Big Easy!
Join student organizers from all over and leaders in the movement for social justice across the Dominican Republic and Haiti for an up-close look at how our global economy and fight for change is woven together!
The Entrepreneur’s Organization (EO) recently launched a College Student Hiring Program that connects entrepreneurs/business owners in South Florida to students looking for internship, part-time and full time job opportunities.
The Department of Modern Languages is pleased to announce the BELC “Universite d’été 2015” Grant has been awarded to Dr. Maria Antonieta Garcia, our Senior French Instructor and French Program Coordinator.
The Department of Modern Languages is delighted to announce that its Portuguese program has been selected to be the recipient of the Brazilian International Press Award 2015 in the category of Outstanding Institution Promoting Portuguese Language.
Crisis, war, state of emergency, catastrophe: these terms have become increasingly recurrent in contemporary debates on the state of the planet. Join us for a conference with 22 panelists and special lectures by Dr. Mihoko Suzuki, Dr. Joshua Landy, and Dr. Tracy Devine Guzmán.
The Consulate-General of Japan in Miami is offering a paid internship in Media Relations and Webpage Development.
The Consulate-General of Japan is offering a job opening for a position as a Cultural Affairs and Public Relations Assistant.
CHI 1130 - Chinese I will be offered online this Fall 2015 covering basic skills in listening, speaking, communication and reading. Additionally, related Chinese culture knowledge will be presented.
CHT 3391 - Chinese Literature and Cinema will be offered this Fall 2015 covering modern literature and contemporary cinemas of mainland China, Taiwan and Honk Kong.
Congratulations to our doctoral student, Jóse A. Villar-Portela, who has been awarded the 2015-2016 Cuban Heritage Collection Graduate Pre-Prospectus Fellowship in support of his research project, “New Men, New Nations, New Selves: Freedom, Ethics and the Construction of Queerness in Contemporary Cuban Cultural Production.”
Se convoca a la comunidad académica a participar, desde diversas perspectivas disciplinarias, en el Congreso Internacional Latinoamerica y España: Literatura del XIX sobre la prensa, las narraciones y la cultura visual decimonónicas en América Latina y España. 20 y 21 de noviembre 2015
The Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs is hosting an informational briefing on different opportunities to engage students during and post-undergraduate career on September 17th in MMC.
Boren Awards provide funding to U.S. students who are interested in pursuing international and language study in world regions critical to U.S. interests, such as Africa, Asia, Central and Eastern Europe, Eurasia, Latin America, and the Middle East.
This conference focuses on the Nineteenth-Century Latin American and Spanish Literature, with a particular though not exclusive interest in papers that include a list of topics such as: Nineteenth-century women writers, fantastic and gothic Hispanic novels and short stories, satiric magazines and newspapers published during the XIX Century, Cuban and Latin American theatre as well as epistolary novels written by women and other similar topics. Conference will be held on November 20, 2015.
Portuguese Language and Brazilian Culture Study Abroad in Brazil presents a promotional video for the upcoming Summer 2016 program. Click the above link to view.