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World Languages at Boise State. We teach Spanish, French, German, Japanese, Chinese, Basque, ASL, Arabic, Korean, Latin, Portuguese, and Bosnian.
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World languages is the best! You should come and learn about a language that interests you.
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🌍 🎓 Our language graduates are up to great things! 🎓 🌎 Check out our new Alumni Success Stories page to read more about how completing a language major or minor gives graduates a career advantage and makes a profound impact on their lives. https://worldlang.boisestate.edu/alumni/

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Success Stories from World Languages Alumni
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☀️ 🍉 📚 Make your summer count! It's not too late to sign up for a language course! We're offering ASL, Japanese, Spanish and more! ☀️ 🍉 📚 Sign up today!

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The Annual Treasure Valley high school Japanese speech contest was held on April 20 at Centennial High School in Meridian sponsored by the BSU Japan club and the Consular office of Japan in Portland. The following organizations donated gifts for the event:
Consular office of Japan in Portland
BSU Football Office
BSU Marketing in Athletic Department
BSU Center for School Improvement & Policy Studies...
BSU Department of World Languages
BSU Japan Club
Hosei University Football Team in Tokyo, Japan

Congrats to all those who participated!

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Amy Bennett, Chinese Studies minor, has been awarded the highly competitive American Council for International Education 2017 Taiwan Intensive Summer Language Program (TISLP) scholarship. The $5,000 scholarship will support her attendance this summer at an 8-week intensive immersion Mandarin language training program at the National Cheng Kung University in Taiwan.

Danielle Kuhrt, student in Chinese 102, has been selected as an alternate to the TISLP program. If a vacancy occurs by May 14, 2017, she will be offered the opportunity to attend the Taiwan intensive language training program this summer too.

Congratulations to Amy and Danielle!

"Océane Pelloille, who came to Boise State from her small hometown of Caen, France, with a four-year scholarship to play on the women’s golf team, will offer remarks [at Commencement]... Her studies are in political science, American sign language and nonprofit management, and her plans for the future include the creation of a nonprofit organization dedicated to establishing and helping schools in less developed countries. She is the first in her family to earn a college degree."

Congratulations /Félicitations, Océane!

Boise State will continue its tradition of featuring a student speaker for Commencement on Saturday, May 6, the university’s 100th Commencement ceremony and the first on The Blue. Océane Pelloille, who came to Boise State from her small hometown of …
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Last Friday, April 28th 2017 the Department of World Languages' Honor Society Alpha Mu Gamma inducted four new members who have attained distinction in the study of world languages: Nachelle Lopez (Arabic), Lizzy Widner (ASL), Hannah Unger (Spanish) and Christine Mendoza (Spanish).

AMG also recognized several World Language majors and minors that are graduating this May 2017.

Guest speaker was MS. Letty Fenner, Spanish Adjunct. Several WL faculty members representing ASL, Ch...inese, German, Portuguese and Spanish, including Chair Dr. Adrian Kane, were also in attendance.

Congratulations to al!

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On April 14th, a group of twenty six Barbara Morgan STEM Academy students and parents, along with the Principal, Ryan Wilhite, and instructor, Angela Ramos, visited Boise State University to learn more about the value of bilingualism and language skills.

The students worked in groups to create a visual poster, which they used to teach classmates words in their second language. Languages represented were American Sign Language (ASL), Bosnian, English, Kinyarwandan, Japanese,... Portuguese, Spanish, Russian, and Tagalog.

Amber Hoye and Fatima Cornwall, Department of World Languages, led this event, with the help of ASL student Samantha Showers.

Great work, Amber and Fatima!

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To all our graduating language majors and minors this semester, we wish you the best of luck with your future endeavors and happiness in all you do. CONGRATULATIONS seniors! 📚 ✌🏼 😃 👏🏻 🎓 #bilingualbroncos #wordoftheweek Boise State University Boise State Broncos Boise State University College of Arts and Sciences

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Learn a new language this summer or move your language skills further! Registration is open for Summer Classes!

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It's that time of the year again! 📝 Due to finals, the World Language Resource Center will have different hours of operation. Here we go Broncos!🐴 Finish strong! #bilingualbroncos #boisestate 🌍 🌎 🌏

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Next Wednesday, the Basque Museum is hosting a program in remembrance of the bombing of the Spanish town of Gernika that took place in 1937. At 6:30 you can learn more about this historical event and listen to survivors speak about their personal experiences. The new memorial exhibit is located in the unique Basque Center in downtown Boise.

The Basque Museum will be honoring the 80​th anniversary of the bombing of Gernika with a new exhibit as well as a survivor’s panel and presentation. The event will be held ​Wednesday, April 26 beginning at about 5 PM ​ at the Basque Museum. We will officially open the exhibit at 6:30 PM. There will...
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Does the thought of the semester ending make you feel stressed? Don't worry... What you can't do today, there is always tomorrow ✌🏻 #YouCanDoIt Boise State University #bilingualbroncos #themoreyouknow #finishstrong 💪🏻

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Professor of German, Dr. Heike Henderson, presented “Food, Marketing, and Murder: Tom Hillenbrand’s Culinary Mysteries" at the National Convention of the Popular Culture Association (PCA) held April 12-15 in San Diego, California.

Heike Henderson Professor, Associate Chair Department of World Languages College of Arts and Sciences Heike Henderson, professor of German, presented a paper at the National Convention of the Popular Culture Association (PCA) held April 12-15 in San Diego, California. The …
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Yay! Thank you to everyone who voted! Be sure to the check out the video below if you haven't seen it yet!

Congratulations to our video contest winner, the Boise State Department of World Languages! If you haven't had a chance yet, make sure you watch their awesome video. #YouAreWelcomeHere

Here at the Department of World Languages at Boise State, we extend our welcome to students of diverse backgrounds, cultures, and languages. Thank you for be...
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The World Languages Resource Center (WLRC) is still accepting applications to work as a conversation assistant and lab desk assistant next semester! Applications will be accepted until end of day, April 19th! For more information, please check out: https://worldlang.boisestate.edu/wlrcjobs/

You can pickup an application in the WLRC or apply directly on HandShake.

Employment Benefits Excellent Recommendation Letters for Graduate School & Future Employers Opportunities to maintain & improve your language proficiency Hourly rate increases with experience & job performance Learn about mobile technology & increase your digital fluency Click here to download …
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