Tag: professor scholarship

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Two WLC faculty earn Fulbright U.S. Scholar Awards

Two Spanish professors in the Department of World Languages and Cultures (WLC) at Iowa State University have recently received Fulbright U.S. Scholar Awards for Research and Teaching for the upcoming academic year. The Fulbright Program is a highly prestigious and competitive award that offers funding to students and professors to study, teach, or conduct research … Continue reading Two WLC faculty earn Fulbright U.S. Scholar Awards


Moving Out

Dr. Mark W. Rectanus, University Professor of German and LCP creator, is yet another WLC instructor with a new book! Rectanus’s new book, Moving Out: Museums, Artists and the Translocal will be published soon by the University of Minnesota Press. Read on for Dr. Rectanus’s take on writing the book and what it’s all about. … Continue reading Moving Out


Ho-Chunk Powwows

WLC is home to some pretty amazing scholars who are publishing some exciting new texts. Read on to find out about Dr. Grant Arndt’s new book and all of the work he put into it. “My book Ho-Chunk Powwows and the Politics of Tradition is a study of the history of powwows hosted by the … Continue reading Ho-Chunk Powwows


Dancing Bahia

Over the years, WLC has undergone many changes. Not the least of these changes is the ever-growing list of additions- Anthropology, American Indian Studies, U.S. Latino/a Studies, staff, faculty- to our department. Dr. Lucía M. Suárez fits two of these categories: she joined us as a faculty member in Spring 2017, and she is the … Continue reading Dancing Bahia

CATEGORIES: Winter 2017-18

WLC Data Points

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


2016-2017 Highlights

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