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Our mission is to help students not only become proficient in a foreign language, but to think critically about the world and immerse themselves in new cultures. We’ll encourage you to travel, study abroad, conduct research and embrace diversity.
By studying in the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, you won’t just learn about different ways of life. You’ll live them!
Learning a New Language Improves Your Mind.
Those who speak multiple languages score higher on tests and enjoy better memory and focus than those who don't - The AtlanticRead about it
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Career Workshop for Foreign Language Majors on November 7
Career Development Center's counselor Ms. Sarah Wild will be giving a career workshop for Foreign Languages and Literatures majors on Monday, November 7 from 3:00p.m. to 4:00 p.m. The location is Withers Hall room 105.
New Book Talks about Ties between North Carolina and France
The United States has been influenced by many cultures over the past centuries, and it can be seen in food, names, architecture, and more. Dr. Dudley Marchi, professor of Art & Society in France at thde Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, specifically uncovered the influence of France in North Carolina in his recent book, FraNCe: The French Heritage of North Carolina. Dudley had initially thought to only write an article, but through a snowball effect, he continued to find more information.
Alumna Among Finalists for the NC-ACTE Student Teacher of the Year Award
Ivy Cody, a recent graduate of our Foreign Language Education program, was a finalist for the North Carolina Association for Colleges and Teacher Education (NC-ACTE) Student Teacher of the Year award. Cody was recognized with a certificate and monetary gift at the awards ceremony on September 22.