William & Mary has seen significant enrollment increases in the study of foreign languages, specifically Arabic and Chinese.
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News about our McCormack Reboussin scholar in France
William & Mary student Zarine Kharazian ’17 shares news about her research on "the right to be forgotten" and differing views between the U.S. and France when it comes to preserving (or deleting) one's digital past. Zarine is a double-major in French and Francophone Studies and Government. Read the whole story!
By invitation of the German Studies Section of Modern Languages and Literatures, Professor Sander Gilman, Distinguished Professor of the Liberal Arts and Sciences and Professor of Psychiatry at Emory University, was a guest at the College of William & Mary Wednesday, November 17th.
Hispanic Studies students Rob Marty, Danielle Dwyer, Scott Brewington, and Paula Billingsley are finalists in the Fair Trade Fits Video Contest. Watch the video and cast your vote for them.
Our First Annual MLL Homecoming Reception, held in the Reves Room on Friday, October 22, was a huge success. Current faculty and students hosted the event for returning alums and emeritus faculty.
Ron St. Onge's examination of French in the United States extends understanding of recently established immigrant communities.
Much of their success is owed to the support and opportunities offered to them by the College's faculty members and staff members, who work tirelessly with students across the disciplines to prepare them for the scholarships.
Thirteen students and alumni from the College of William and Mary have been selected to receive 2010-11 scholarships from the Fulbright U.S. Student Program, setting a new record for the College.
The first Ethical Fashion Show at William & Mary highlights the commitment of the university and its students to sustainability.
Fashion journalist Victoria Lescano recently featured Hispanic Studies professor Regina Root's work in a note for Págína/12, Argentina's main newspaper.
On Sunday, Lamar Shambley will become one of the first people in his family to earn a degree.
Students in Professor Tandeciarz's creative writing class studied a variety of poetic traditions, analyzed classic texts, and reflected on the relationship between words, identity, and activism. Check out the text and audio of their class portfolio.
Ecofashionista Regina Root to preside over Ixel Moda.
Department of Education funds texts stressing dialects in Arabic.
William and Mary students participating in our semester study abroad program in La Plata were recently featured in the Argentine press when they visited clandestine detention centers in the city of Tandil.
Twenty faculty members of the College of William & Mary have been selected to receive Plumeri Awards for Faculty Excellence in recognition of their exemplary achievements in regard to teaching, research and service.
A W&M research team explored immigration issues by walking the immigrants' trail across the Sonora/Arizona border.
Reves fellow's work subtitling Cuban films gains for them world-wide exposure.
William & Mary's first two participants in the College's partnership with the Internships in Francophone Europe are back on campus.
A group of students journey to Spain to trace the twisted threads of the legacy of that country's tragic civil war.
Language tutors share culture, Knowledge
John Eisele and Driss Cherkaoui have been awarded a Dept. of Education grant for their textbook series on Arabic
George Greenia Elected to Phi Beta Kappa Senate
In the battle for the paddle, Physics Professor David Armstrong outlasts the competition.
Over spring break 2009, Professors Bickham Mendez (Sociology and Latin American Studies) and Tandeciarz (Hispanic Studies) led a research team of eight students to the Tucson/Nogales region of the U.S.-Mexico border.
William and Mary professors have long been renowned for their devotion to their students' classroom experience; today's scholars must also embrace a variety of disciplines and approaches to a swiftly changing academic world.
We're also who made what we wear and what it's made from. (And other fashion truisms that will keep green the new black.)
Katherine Kulick, Associate Professor of French and Modern Languages, received the Thomas Jefferson Award on Charter Day.
You, too, can now understand Cuban films, thanks to Anne Marie Stock.
Our guest speaker, Mr. John Carlson (Army Lieutenant Colonel, Ret.), has served as Chief and Senior Presidential Translator on the "Moscow Hotline" since 1989.
George Greenia was awarded the 2007 Distinguished Editor Award by the Council of Editors of Learned Journals (CELJ).