French and Spanish Co-Major headed to the Florida Undergraduate Research Conference

Chanelle Dupuis' abstract “How Odors Distinguish Social Classes in Émile Zola’s L’Assommoir and Gabrielle Roy’s Bonheur d’Occasion” has been accepted for presentation at the Florida Undergraduate Research Conference (FURC), taking place February 21 to February 22 at Florida Gulf Coast University. Her trip to FURC has been fully funded by the Center for Undergraduate Research and Academic Engagement.

Aimée Boutin: Awarded Fellowship from the Collegium de Lyon for Spring 2021

It is our greatest pleasure to announce that Aimée Boutin (French) was awarded a Fellowship from the Collegium de Lyon for Spring 2021. The Collegium de Lyon is an Institute for Advanced Studies (IAS) within the Université de Lyon, and is a member of the French (RFIEA) and European (NETIAS) IAS networks.

Juan Carlos Galeano recently returned from a trip to Amazonia

Florida State University professor Juan Carlos Galeano recently returned from a trip to Amazonia.

FSU Modern Languages and Linguistics: Open House!

The @FsuModern Open House was a blast! Thanks to everyone who dropped by and helped to make it a success! If you missed it and need info about courses, career or academic opportunities, visit us at http://modlang.fsu.edu or stop by DIF 362. We're always glad to see you!

MES Student Awarded Boren Scholarship

Ms. Madelyn Johnson (International Affairs and Middle Eastern Studies) has been awarded the Boren Scholarship to study Arabic this coming spring and summer in Amman, Jordan. Boren is a prestigious and competitive scholarship which funds study abroad by U.S. undergraduate students in world regions critical to U.S. interests. 

#FSU Unity Campaign - Interview with Dr. Carolina González

As part of our #FSUnity campaign, we want to smash silos by humanizing our faculty and showing their diversity. Today, we showcase Dr. Carolina González, an Associate Professor in the Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics. Find out how she came to FSU, her journey creating languages, and how people can appreciate Hispanic culture.

Student Spotlight: FSU Alumna Stephenie Reid By Emma Beyar

Student Spotlight: FSU Alumna Stephenie Reid
By Emma Beyar

What is your current job?

I’m currently getting ready to enter active duty as a US Air Force (Intelligence) Officer...

Students from Windermere High School (Orlando, FL) Visit the Japanese Program

On Friday, October 11, Japanese language teacher Ms. Magnolia Cruz (FSU, Class of 2015) brought 50 students from Windermere High School (Orlando, FL) to visit the FSU Japanese Program.  Our faculty and students welcomed the high schoolers with an afternoon presentation about the multiple opportunities to advance their study of Japanese language, literature, and culture here in the Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics at FSU.

Dr. Delia Poey is to receive the Latinx Distinguished Service Award at FSU’s 1st annual Latinx Celebration

It is our greatest pleasure to announce that Dr. Delia Poey (Spanish) received the Latinx Distinguished Service Award at FSU’s 1st annual Latinx Celebration on September 17th. The Latinx Distinguished Service Award recognizes faculty member, administrator, or staff member for their outstanding service in keeping with the principles and ideals of Latinx culture through their research or service.