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Spring 2015 Brownbag/Research Talks

The Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures invites the NC State community to attend our Spring 2015 Brownbag/Research Talks Series. Since its inception in 1907, the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures is committed to the teaching of modern and classical languages, literatures, and cultures as an indispensable part of the University's mission. It strives to make increasing contact between cultures a daily reality for [...]

Alums Receive Prestigious Awards

Alum Receives Florence Steiner Award Last November, Alum Ken Stewart received the Florence Steiner Award for Leadership in Education (K-12) during the Southern Conference on Language Teaching in San Antonio, Texas. Ken completed his MA in Spanish in 2007 at NC State and currently teaches at Chapel Hill High School in Chapel Hill, NC. Alumna Wins Oustanding Doctoral Research Award Also, Dr. Stephany Brett Dunstan [...]

FLL Students Receive Multiple Awards

As an example of the FLL Department's commitment to providing students with a quality education and opportunities to excel in their fields of interest, the following is a list of FLL Graduate Students, Majors, and Minors who have received several awards and scholarships in the past weeks: 2014 Outstanding TA / Excellence in Classroom Teaching Award Johanna Montlouis-Gabriel, Graduate Teaching Assistant [...]

Spring 2014 FLL Brownbag Talks

Join the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures for its Spring 2014 Brownbag Talks series in which FLL faculty and graduate students discuss current research related to linguistics, literature, films, and culture. This spring, FLL will have as a special guest Dr. Erin McNulty from Dickinson College who will be talking about the acquisition of Spanish subjunctive by L2 learner. Spring [...]

Maymester: A 3-Week Micro-Semester That Combines an Intensive Schedule with a Small Class Size

Last spring, CHASS introduced Maymester, an intensive three-week micro-semester in which students and professors can concentrate on a single course. Back in 2013, the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures offered FLS 333 — a special Maymester version of 'Sounds of Spanish', a course that is designed to help students improve their pronunciation of Spanish sounds by using digital tools. [...]