Hearty congratulations to Dr. Michael Picone on his recognition at this year’s UA Faculty Research Day held at the Bryant Conference Center on April 12, 2017. On top of being
Congratulations to Erin Behland, who won the competitive Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) from the U.S. Department of State to study Chinese. The CLS program provides American students with a fully
Boren Scholarships, an initiative of the National Security Education Program, provide funding for US undergrads to study languages in world regions critical to US interests, and underrepresented in study abroad
Sponsored by the US State Department, Fulbright Awards are highly competitive, and provide grants for individually designed study and research projects, or for English-teaching assistantships. Nine UA graduates have been
PhD student Jana Coffman received a Symposium Merit Award for her paper presentation at the Educational Studies Graduate Research Symposium, recognizing her excellent research based work.
Congratulations to Katherine Lightfoot, whose German research placed second in the Arts & Sciences – Fine Arts & Humanities category at the Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Conference!
Congratulations to Isabelle Drewelow—she is the AWLA nominee from our state who will go on to the regional SCOLT level as nominee for Educator of Excellence! See article in A&S
Alyssia Miller, a PhD student in Linguistics and Spanish, has received the Reza Ordoubadian Award. The award is presented annually at the meeting of the Southeastern Conference on Linguistics (SECOL)
Dr. Kirk Summers was honored with a Meeter Center Fellowship, which will allow him to utilize the Reformation Library at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
PhD student Maud Barthès received the Arts & Sciences Outstanding Teaching by a Doctoral Student Award, and was further nominated for the Graduate School’s Outstanding Teaching by a Doctoral Student