Dear Friends, As another semester comes to an end, I take this opportunity to thank you all for your tremendous support of the Department of World Languages and Cultures, and to wish you a happy holiday season. I also want to tell you about an end of an era (of sorts): Claudia Lemon, our secretary … Continue reading Note From the Chair
The 2015 Department of World Languages and Cultures Distinguished Alumni award goes to Roy Salcedo, the Coordinator for Multicultural Programs at the University of Iowa’s Center for Student Involvement & Leadership.
“Traveling to Equatorial Guinea really widens my understanding of the Hispanophone world. There is so much to learn and so many connections to make with Latin America, Spain and other regions with a Spanish colonial past, such as the Philippines and the Maghreb.”
My name is Stephanie Korslund and I am the Director of the Language Studies Resource Center for the Department of World Languages and Cultures at Iowa State University. Recently I finished my PhD studies through Ohio University in instructional technology with a focus in computer assisted language learning (CALL). CALL is an area of linguistics … Continue reading Congratulations, DOCTOR Stephanie Korslund!
By: Katharina Gruenewald Who am I? Hello, my full name is Katharina. In the United States most people call me Kat. In my home country Germany, most people call me Kati. People who speak Chinese call me Rina and my special friends in China call me Nana. I was born and raised in Germany and … Continue reading Exploring the World: My Time in China