Ph.D. Stacey Jacobson (Romance-Spanish, Linguistics), Summer 2021. Dissertation title: Technology-Assisted Training in L2 Spanish Pronunciation: Evaluation from Phonetic and Psychometric Perspectives. Director: O’Rourke. Barbara Honeycutt (Romance-Spanish, Literature), Fall 2021, Dissertation
Day of the Dead celebration held at the Department of Modern Languages & Classics; sponsored by the Spanish Club/LEASF. The altar was dedicated to Frida Kahlo. The “calaveras literarias” (skul\l
Dr. Cheryl Tomas was awarded the 2021 “Gender Chair” by The Gender Institute of France’s CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique). Home | Institut du Genre (institut-du-genre.fr)
Elizabeth Naranjo Hayes was awarded a prestigious Southern Regional Education Board (SREB)-Doctoral Scholars Program (DSP) Dissertation Year Award for 2021-2022. As a State Doctoral Scholars Fellow, she will be awarded
Congratulations to Mike Picone on the Alabama World Languages Association Award for Excellence in Teaching (Post-Secondary)! This recognition will take place at the spring joint AWLA/SCOLT meeting in Mobile March
Deproux Kadji and Maxime Vignon, both students in the French PhD program, received prestigious Southern Regional Education Board dissertation fellowships.
Emily Morgan, an undergraduate student in the French program, writes “Why Should College Students Learn a Foreign Language?” for the online magazine, HER Campus.
The French FLEX undergraduate volunteer program was featured in a recent Crimson White article. See link for details: http://cw.ua.edu/44631/culture/french-department-grows-flex-program/.
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