Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics

  • Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics

    We prepare our students for success in a diverse and globalized world. Whether your interests include international business or linguistic and cultural enrichment, federal and foreign service, non-governmental work.

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  • Programs

    Arabic • Chinese • EALC • French • German • Hebrew • Hispanic Linguistics • Italian • Japanese • Linguistics • Portuguese • Slavic (Russian) • Spanish 

  • Linguistics

    Professional linguists work in several fields such as teaching (Linguistics, speech, English, world languages), translation/interpretation, voice or speech recognition software development, literacy programming, curriculum development, data analysis, and U.S. intelligence or foreign service.

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  • In Remembrance of Maura Binkley

    November 2, 2019 marks the first anniversary of the tragic loss of Dr. Nancy Van Vessem and Maura Binkley, a German major, in the Hot Yoga mass shooting. The Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics remembers all victims. To honor our student, we have created the "Maura Binkley Scholarship".

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Undergraduate Spotlight

The College of Arts and Sciences hosted a Celebration of Philanthropy to thank donors and friends of the college for their generous gifts. This year’s event highlighted some of the undergraduate research that is taking place across the College. Simon Prado, who is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Chinese Language and Culture with an additional major in Russian and a Bachelor of Science in International Affairs with an additional major in Political Science, Spring 2020 and Shaimaa Khanam, who is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Editing, Writing, and Media and a Bachelor of Science in International Affairs, Spring 2019 represented their disciplines with their work on “Change and Continuity of the Masculine Ideal in the Byzantine and Slavic Epic.” Simon and Shaimaa’s research, conducted under the mentorship of Prof. Robert Romanchuk of Modern Languages and Linguistics, is forthcoming in the online UC Undergraduate Journal of Slavic and East/Central European Studies.