Chinese Program Talent Show: Cultural Immersion through Language and the Arts

The Chinese Program held its first annual talent show on April 8, 2022 at the MSU International Center, featuring Chinese songs, dances, calligraphy, traditional storytelling, Chinese tongue twisters, poetry reading, and language games led by program faculty.

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Germany and Climate Change: Energy Transition in a Multilateral Environment Campus Weeks 2021
Eifel Region in Germany Summer 2021

Germany and Climate Change: Energy Transition in a Multilateral Environment Campus Weeks 2021

Given recent climate and weather-related events in Germany and the COP 26 Climate Summit in Glasgow in November, the German Program selected “Climate Change and Multilateralism” as the special theme for its advanced skill building courses (GRM 420 Advanced German and GRM 311 Business German) in Fall 2021.

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Japanese-English Language Exchange Takes Learning Beyond the Classroom

MSU senior Ren McCowan (majoring in Japanese with minors in TESOL and Linguistics) founded The Japanese-English Language Exchange (JELE) in 2020. JELE is recurring casual virtual chat between college students, passionate about practicing Japanese and English, that’s building connections here at MSU and across the globe. 

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MSU Linguistics Ascends Rankings as a Solid Choice for Scholarship

Michigan State University’s Linguistics program is ranked among the top places in the field for study, research, and employment by QS (Quacquarelli Symonds), a leading provider of services, analytics, and insight to the global higher education sector.   The Linguistics program offers B.A.,…

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Professor Shares Experience Teaching in Israel While Street Violence Takes Place

Associate Professor Camelia Suleiman spent a semester in Nazareth, Israel, while co-teaching a course at Hebrew University of Jerusalem through Zoom. She's written a reflection on her students and the street violence that has taken place in Israel and the Gaza Strip this past month.

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