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  • Department chair, Dr. Luis Gabriel-Stheeman, in Galicia, Spain

  • Natalie Kouba in Dresden, Germany

  • Faculty-led study abroad program in Madrid, Spain

  • Mary Jane Dempsey in Miane, Treviso, Italy

  • Adam Morsy at the Qaitbay Citadel in Alexandria, Egypt

  • Dr. Jiayan Mi in front of the Beijing Olympics Bird's Nest Stadium

  • Students of Russian, with Dean Rifkin, on Red Square, Moscow, in March 2013

  • TCNJ Taiko, a Japanese percussion group, performing at a multicultural event on campus

  • Students of Chinese performing a traditional lion dance

News

Congratulations to Tyler Liberty!

Congratulations to Tyler Liberty who was accepted in the”Teach for America” program. He’ll be teaching in Arizona in the fall. Tyler is graduating with a self-designed double major in Chinese Language and Culture and English. Below is Tyler’s testimonial.
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Congratulations to the World Langauges and Cultures Department!!

Congratulations to the World Languages and Cultures Department for receiving the Excellence in Collaborative Programming Award for Trip Around the World. The event was held by Residential and Housing on November 14, 2013.Continue Reading

Students Travel to Russia and present at Celebration of Student Acheivement

Dr. Rifkin (WLC/Russian) and Dr. Marino (History) won a 3-year grant from the US Department of Education to internationalize the history secondary education program with an emphasis on Russia. The grant provides funding for a small group of students of Russian language at TCNJ to travel to Vladimir, Russia, a city of about 400,000 approximately 4 hours’ drive east of Moscow, for an alternative spring break experience during which time they volunteer in a K-12 school. The students who participated in this year’s trip were Kyriaki Christodoulou (3rd year Russian), Lia Lumauig (1st year Russian), Joanna Peluso (3rd year Russian), Michael Schiumo (3rd year Russian), Skyeler Sudia (1st year Russian), and Kathryn Wertheimer (1st year Russian). Continue Reading

Congratualtions to Irina Walsh!!

Congratulations to Irina Walsh, an instructor of Russian who has just received a PhD in Second Language Acquisition.
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Students build bonds, break down stereotypes while teaching in Russia

Here is a link to an article about six TCNJ students who traveled to Russia on a grant-funded service-learning trip last month.Continue Reading

Mythology and Meaning with Crispin Freeman

The TCNJ Japanese Club will be hosting Mythology and Meaning on 4/16/2014 in the Mayo Concert Hall starting at 8:30pm.Tickets will be available at the door at 7:30pm. Free for TCNJ students and $5.00 for non-TCNJ students.Continue Reading

Congratulations Matthew Knoth!

Congratulations to Matthew Knoth,who has accepted an offer to be a US Teaching Assistant of English in Linz, Austria for the upcoming year! Continue Reading

Students Debate Today’s Surveillance Society in International Conference

College of New Jersey student Wambui Gilbert studying abroad this semester at IAU College in Aix-en-Provence, France participated in the 11th annual international student conference on U.S.-European relations entitled “Peace and Conflict in an Age of Total Surveillance.”Continue Reading

Skyping with Dr. Compte and students in Alcalá de Henares, Spain

On Wednesday March 19th, Dr. Warner-Ault Skyped with Dr.Compte and students in Alcalá de Henares, Spain.Continue Reading

Congratulations to Dr.Warner-Ault!

Dr. Warner-Ault has an article in the next issue of Revista Hispanica Moderna, a Journal from Columbia University about Hispanic Literature.Continue Reading

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