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2016 News

New Faculty Fall 2016

We have hired two new faculty this semester, Hannah Li, Lecturer (AAAS / LLRC) and Atsuko Oyama, Lecturer (AAAS / LLRC).

Chinese Lecturer Position (CLOSED)

The LLRC, in association with the AAAS Department, is looking for a lecturer in Chinese (CLOSED).

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MIC Distinguished Lecture Series

Professor Kim Potowski from the University of Illinois will be giving a lecture on Tuesday, April 19th.

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Attention Foreign Language Teachers!

Are you interested in learning about various technology and integrating digital tools in to your language classroom? Then register for this 6 week summer course.

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Fullbright Fridays Begin & More!

Study abroad information sessions every Friday, various scholarship opportunities, and much more through out this month of April! Opportunities are tailored for both undergraduate and graduate students.

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MIC Distinguished Lecture Series

Professor Kim Potowski from the University of Illinois will be giving a lecture titled "Soy los dos": Spanish and identity among "MexiRicans." It will take place on Tuesday, April 19th, from 2:30-3:30 PM in Humanities 2001.

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Technology Literacy for Foreign Language Teachers

Are you a foreign language teacher? Would you like to learn more about the use of  various technology in the language classroom? Register for the 6 week summer course intended to teach instructors about integrating technology and digital tools in to their classrooms.

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Fullbright Fridays Begin & More!

Fulbright season begins! The U.S. Fulbright Student program opens applications for research and teaching in over 140 countries for the 2017-18 academic year. Applications now open for projects in 2017-18. Join Jennifer Green for information sessions every Friday through out this month of April for both undergraduate and graduate students. Read more for various information on study abroad scholarships and opportunities.

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Movie Event: Winter on Fire: Ukraine's Fight to Freedom

Anna Geisherik, a Russian lecturer and fellow staff of The Language Learning Research Center (LLRC), is hosting a movie event/screening on Thursday, March 31 (5:30 PM in Frey Hall 110). The screening of Winter on Fire: Ukraine's Fight to Freedom will be followed by a discussion by three key speakers and a Q&A. 

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June 2016 Cultural Exchange Program!

The deadline is approaching! Apply by Thursday, March 31st to be considered for a change to get a free 10-day trip to Rome, Italy, in June 2016.

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Korean Speech Contest/Talent Show

The Center for Korean Studies will hold its first ever Korean Speech Contest on Friday, March 25! There will be a total of 13 contestants for the speech contest and 6 contestants for the talent show, and a large audience turn out is expected. If you are interested in attending this meaningful event full of prizes and food, come to the Wang Center LH1 from 1PM - 4PM. Click 'Read more' to see the flyer.

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Study Abroad Scholarships 2016

The Language Learning Research Center (LLRC) invites applicants with plans to study abroad for summer 2016 to earn a scholarship of $1,000. Applications are open to Stony Brook University, Suffolk, and Nassau Community College students. The application deadline is Friday, April 8th, 2016.

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5th Annual Workshop

The Linguistics Department at Stony Brook University will host the Workshop on Arabic and Romance Linguistics (WARL) on Friday, April 8, 2016.

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Two Annual Symposia in March & April

The Linguistics Department at Stony Brook University will host the 46th Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages (LSRL 46) and the 30th Annual Symposium on Arabic Linguistics (ASAL). Both symposia will be held from March 31-April 3, 2016, with many well-noted keynote speakers. 

First Heritage Language Roundtable Lecture of 2016

Hae-Young Kim, a professor at Duke University, will be giving a lecture at Stony Brook University on Sunday, March 12, 2016 in The Wang Center (Room 301) from 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM. The lecture will be about content-driven, socially engaged writing in HL literacy and language development. Click here for the lecture flyer.

 

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