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Study Spanish abroad this Winter Break in Quito, Ecuador

Study Spanish abroad this Winter Break in Quito, Ecuador

Study Spanish abroad this Winter Break in beautiful Quito, Ecuador, one of the most culturally fascinating cities in the world! Quito, the capital of Ecuador, was founded in the 16th century on Inca city ruins. It is among the best-preserved historic centers in Latin America. The rich culture and history combined with rainforests, volcanoes, the Galapagos Archipelago, and the year-round spring-like climate makes Quito the perfect city in which to spend two weeks practicing your Spanish! Program Director: Professor Román-Mendoza

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Happiness, The Delight-Tree honors the International Day of Peace

Happiness, The Delight-Tree honors the International Day of Peace

Poets Meena Alexander, Dara Barnat, Rei Berroa, Rosebud Ben-Oni, Sharon Dolin, Michèle Voltaire Marcelin, Nilpushpi White join musician Premik Russell Tubbs, singers and friends from the United Nations community with international poems and song on happiness and peace in honour of 21 September, The International Day of Peace.

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Leeman, Keynote Speaker at ASU Havasu

Leeman, Keynote Speaker at ASU Havasu

Leeman presented "Questioning the questions: The interplay of policy, ideology and measurement in the US Census Bureau’s language statistics" at the ASU Havasu Conference on The Shifting Language Borders: Migration, Immigration and Social Demographics.

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Olson Named 2015-16 Fenwick Fellow

Olson Named 2015-16 Fenwick Fellow

Dean of Libraries and University Librarian John Zenelis has announced the 2015-2016 Fenwick Fellow is Dr. Kristina M. Olson, Assistant Professor of Italian and the Coordinator of the Italian Program in the Department of Modern and Classical Languages.

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