A free public talk by Dr. Donald Hall, Herbert and Ann Siegel Dean of Arts and Sciences and Professor of English at Lehigh University, reception to follow.
Dr. Angelika Kraemer, Executive Associate Director of the Center for Language Teaching Advancement (CeLTA) at Michigan State University, will give a workshop on "Task-Based Language Teaching and Learning" February 1, 2018 3:30 to 5:30 pm 203 BB Comer Hall
We offer a tasting of different countries’ EXOTIC foods, made by students from all around the world. Come and join UA students/community to share, enjoy, learn and appreciate global environment and cultural diversity.
Beginning of the year Meet and Greet reception - All MLC faculty, graduate students and staff are welcome for introductions and refreshments. Hope to see you there!
Please join us Wednesday, Feb. 6th at 6:30 pm in Gorgas #205 for a presentation/discussion on the current uprise in Sudan. Presented by Arabic club member Ilham Ali.
Join Dr. Safa Elnaili and Dr. Saad Bushaala for coffee at Starbucks (Ferguson Center). Engage with other Arabic learning students and native Arabic speakers to practice your Arabic language skills and learn about the amazing culture, all that while enjoying a warm cup of coffee!
Join us February 28th for the Jalsa Arabiyya (Arabic Gathering) to discuss Jordanian culture, studying abroad in the Middle East, and opportunities for funding your study abroad. Mansaf (a very delicious traditional Jordanian dish) will be served.
The organizing committee of the twelfth annual University of Alabama Languages Conference is pleased to welcome all abstract submissions for this year's conference. UALC 2022 Final Call for Papers deadline is January 10th. Registration is now open for the virtual conference which will take place February 25th to 26th, 2022.
Dr. Michael Shaughnessy will be speaking on "Demographics, Data, and Divergent Paths: A meta-analysis of language programs in the USA". The event will take place from 3:30 to 5 pm in 3104 of the Student Center. This talk focuses on the results of a large-scale data study by the American Association of Teachers of German