WLAC Blog

Rosa Hernandez, Dakota Bruton, Lauren Moss, Holly Ward, Athziry Lopez
Posted on April 28th, 2022 in Scholarships by Sherry Minton

Liberal Arts students had their opportunity to shine as the IU School of Liberal Arts held its annual premiere student recognition event on April 19. This year it was a student takeover and it was online! Taking the lead were two of our student ambassadors. Dakota Bruton, a senior in communication studies and Lauren Moss, …

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Student Ambassadors
Posted on March 17th, 2022 by Prabakaran Jayaraman

Applications to become a Student Ambassador for the School of Liberal Arts are open now for Fall 2022 service! Do you feel passionate about how the School of Liberal Arts has helped shape you? Would you like to share your story? As a student ambassador, you will become the face of our school, and you will …

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Arabic Studies Student in Jordan
Posted on March 1st, 2022 by Prabakaran Jayaraman

Jordan is amazing and I am adjusting well. We got snowed in our first weekend here so that was fun. My host family and I went out and walked around for almost three hours. I didn’t bring waterproof shoes but it was still fun. Classes are going great. I have Arabic everyday and I love …

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Espanol
Posted on February 23rd, 2022 by Prabakaran Jayaraman

Breaking News – The Department of World Languages and Cultures has created new dual degree options with the School of Education. Watch here for details as you prepare to register for fall classes.

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Potsdamer Platz’s Sony Center
Posted on February 14th, 2022 by Prabakaran Jayaraman

This spring, Dr. Nichole Neuman, Assistant Professor of German, is spending five weeks in Germany, conducting research on itinerancy in German cinema. As a film historian, her work not only involves watching and analyzing films, but looking at extrafilmic materials (like ‘Hausprogramme’ of cinemas, production companies’ marketing materials, or the films’ screenplays) in archives and researching …

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Posted on February 14th, 2022 by Prabakaran Jayaraman

Whether you never learned Arabic, know some dialect spoken at home, learned at school or in the Sunday school of your mosque or church, you will find the right  course this semester. Arabic Culture is well served in every course. Once you enroll in the program of Arabic Studies, you will acquire knowledge and skills …

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Stephen Lucas in service
Posted on February 9th, 2022 by Prabakaran Jayaraman

Dr. Amira Mashhour and the Arabic Language Program at IUPUI saved my life in 2013. My name is Stephen Lucas and this is my story. I left the United States Marine Corps in the summer of 2009 after three combat deployments to Afghanistan and Iraq. Losing friends and being shot at left me hateful, jaded, …

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Posted on February 4th, 2022 by Prabakaran Jayaraman

Chinese Studies–Fall 2022  EALC-C 131 First Year (First Semester) Chinese Language (4 cr) Section One: Tuesdays & Thursdays: 11:00-12:50p     Haixia Zhao Section Two: online                                                     Haixia Zhao EALC-C …

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Chinese Cultural Festival
Posted on February 4th, 2022 by Prabakaran Jayaraman

Each year, the IUPUI International Festival is a lively week-long event for students, staff, faculty, and community members to celebrate the diversity of cultures at IUPUI. The Chinese program will host two lectures at International Lecture Series. All are welcome. Singing a Chinese Poem Monday, February 14 from 12:00 to 1:00 pm By Astrid Buquer and …

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Obioma Nnaemeka
Posted on January 5th, 2022 by Prabakaran Jayaraman

Nnaemeka is a Chancellor’s Professor of French, women’s studies and Africana studies in the School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI. She is an internationally recognized expert on the African diaspora, African women, developing nations, globalization, multiculturalism and human rights, and she is a widely sought-after consultant for the United Nations and foreign governments. Nnaemeka founded …

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