Congratulations are in order! The awards keep coming! [trx_columns indent=”no” columns=”3″] [trx_column_item] [/trx_column_item] [trx_column_item] [/trx_column_item] [trx_column_item] [/trx_column_item] [/trx_columns] Associate Professor of Spanish, Dr. Rachel Haywood-Ferreira (left), received a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities for this coming year! Associate Provost for Faculty and Professor of Spanish, Dr. Dawn-Bratch Prince (center), is the recipient … Continue reading WLC Data Points
It’s been quite a year for us here in WLC. The biggest changes have probably come from our recent merger with Anthropology . We are really excited about working with our new colleagues and WLC is even better than it was before. The Anthro faculty have just moved to Pearson Hall, so come and visit ALL … Continue reading 2016-2017 Highlights
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.
Congratulations to our French faculty members, Professors Linda Quinn Allen and Stacey Weber-Fève, for being named the 2015 recipients of two prestigious, national awards by the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL). Dr. Allen, Associate Professor of French with a joint appointment in the School of Education, was awarded the ACTFL Anthony … Continue reading Two WLC Faculty Members Receive Prestigious ACTFL Awards
Meet our 2015 outstanding ASL students! Krystal Adams Hello. My name is Krystal Adams. I was born and raised right here in Ames, Iowa. I am currently a junior in Liberal Studies. I’ve had the good fortune of taking all the coursework in American Sign Language, and I am currently finishing up ASL 305- Classifiers … Continue reading 2015 American Sign Language Outstanding Students
Students accepted into the summer program are paired with a faculty member at an institution of choice, with whom they meet regularly over the course of nine weeks to collaborate on a research project.