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Fátima Cornwall Featured in ACTFL’s “Lead with Languages” Spotlight

Fátima Cornwall, Spanish Language Coordinator, is featured in this month’s “Lead with Languages” Spotlight, sharing how languages have played a role in shaping her personal and professional success. Read the full article here. About the Lead with Languages Campaign With language … (Read More) Fátima Cornwall Featured in ACTFL’s “Lead with Languages” Spotlight

Heike Henderson Contributes Chapter to “100 Greatest Literary Detectives”

Heike Henderson, Professor of German in the Department of World Languages, contributed a chapter to the recently published volume 100 Greatest Literary Detectives (https://rowman.com/ISBN/9781442278226/100-Greatest-Literary-Detectives). This compilation offers a selection of the most influential, important, and intriguing fictional sleuths from around the world. Each entry summarizes … (Read More) Heike Henderson Contributes Chapter to “100 Greatest Literary Detectives”

Hortense Saget Attends French Embassy Event in Washington, D.C.

Hortense Saget French Lecturer, French Honorary Consul of Idaho Department of World Languages College of Arts and Sciences Hortense Saget, a lecturer in the Department of World Languages, recently was invited to Washington, D.C. to attend a celebration April 24 … (Read More) Hortense Saget Attends French Embassy Event in Washington, D.C.

Adrian Kane Publishes Essay in La sonrisa afilada: Enrique Serna ante la crítica

Adrian Kane, Professor of Spanish and Chair of the Department of World Languages, recently published his essay “La construcción de la masculinidad y la representación del cuerpo en El seductor de la patria” (The Construction of Masculinity and the Representation of … (Read More) Adrian Kane Publishes Essay in La sonrisa afilada: Enrique Serna ante la crítica

Heike Henderson Contributes Chapter to Blood on the Table: Essays on Food in International Crime Fiction

Heike Henderson, Professor of German in the Department of World Languages, contributed a chapter to the recently published volume Blood on the Table: Essays on Food in International Crime Fiction (https://mcfarlandbooks.com/product/blood-on-the-table). Written from a multicultural and interdisciplinary perspective, this collection of new … (Read More) Heike Henderson Contributes Chapter to Blood on the Table: Essays on Food in International Crime Fiction

Arabic Studies Minor, Rachel Elena Gallina, to Speak as Spring 2018 Commencement Speaker

Boise State will continue its tradition of featuring student speakers at commencement — finance and accountancy major Clancy Johnston for the morning celebration, and Rhodes Scholar finalist Rachel Elena Gallina in the afternoon. Gallina graduates with honors from Boise State … (Read More) Arabic Studies Minor, Rachel Elena Gallina, to Speak as Spring 2018 Commencement Speaker

Congratulations to Our World Language Top 10 Scholars

Congratulations to our World Languages Top Ten Scholars, Jessica Rohm (Spanish Major) and Mackenzie Moss (Spanish Minor)! Mackenzie Moss, Spanish Minor With two Boise State graduates as parents, Mackenzie was destined to attend Boise State University. As a member of … (Read More) Congratulations to Our World Language Top 10 Scholars

German Secondary Education major, Emily McNamee, Selected to Participate in Fulbright Austria

Emily McNamee, a German Secondary Education Major with a minor in Linguistics, has been selected for a highly competitive one year position as an English Teaching Assistant in Innsbruck, Austria, through Fulbright Austria. Ms. McNamee looks forward both to implementing her … (Read More) German Secondary Education major, Emily McNamee, Selected to Participate in Fulbright Austria

Boise State Student Translators Share Their Talents With Make-A-Wish Idaho

BY: ANNA WEBB   PUBLISHED 3:19 PM / APRIL 17, 2018 Make-A-Wish Idaho, a nonprofit that provides meaningful experiences for children facing life-threatening medical conditions, recently partnered with 22 students from Boise State’s Spanish 381 Introduction to Court Interpretation class to translate … (Read More) Boise State Student Translators Share Their Talents With Make-A-Wish Idaho

Second Korean Language Speech Contest

The Second Korean Language Speech Contest at the Boise State Undergraduate Research Conference took place on April 16th in the Boise State Student Union building. Eight Korean 102 students participated in the contest, and Dr. Jae-Hyeon Ryu, President of Idaho … (Read More) Second Korean Language Speech Contest