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Melissa Duluc honored with distinguished alumni award

Melissa Duluc honored with distinguished alumni award

The College of Humanities and Social Sciences is proud to honor Melissa Duluc, MA Foreign Languages '18, with the 2022 Distinguished Alumni Award in Modern and Classical Languages.  Duluc is currently a Spanish teacher in Fairfax County Public Schools. In 2021, she was awarded the Fairfax County Public School’s Outstanding Secondary New Teacher award, which can only be awarded within the first three years of teaching.

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Spanish Program launches professional and academic growth series

Spanish Program launches professional and academic growth series

El día 7 de noviembre, a las 4:30 PM, tendrá lugar un taller para el profesorado de español y quienes deseen saber más sobre la enseñanza de la pronunciación en el programa de español. El taller estará a cargo del profesor de la Unversidad de Alicante Aarón Pérez Bernabeu. Después habrá un coloquio titulado Estudios interdisciplinares de la lingüística de las relaciones sexo-afectivas en el que con cuatro lingüistas presentarán el libro La lingüística del amor. Los dos eventos son presenciales y serán retransmitidos por Zoom.

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Granada Semester Experience accepting applications for Spring 2023

Granada Semester Experience accepting applications for Spring 2023

This Mason faculty-led semester program in one of Spain's most beautiful and culturally rich cities is open to students in all majors and offers a wide variety of courses in English as well as Spanish. The tuition and program fees cover 18 credits, a homestay (meals included), a 4-day field trip to Barcelona, excursions to Sevilla, Córdoba and Málaga, a visit to the Alhambra, and lots more!

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Spanish hosts colloquium on Latin Americans in Europe

Spanish hosts colloquium on Latin Americans in Europe

On July 21, the Spanish program will host an online colloquium on the language practices and experiences of Latin Americans in Europe. The colloquium features renowned sociolinguists Prof. Rosina Márquez-Reiter (Open University – UK), Prof. Adriana Patiño-Santos (University of Southampton – UK) and Prof. David Block (Universitat Pompeu-Fabra – Barcelona).  Organized in conjunction with Prof. Leeman’s SPAN 502 Hispanic Sociolinguistics course, the colloquium is free and open to the public.

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