The new School of Languages, Cultures, and Race at WSU offers exciting opportunities in education, research, and outreach for both incoming and returning students.
Centered around cultivating deep transdisciplinary understanding of linguistic, cultural, national, social, and racial perspectives in a global context, the school provides students with key knowledge, skills, and experience for success in an increasingly diverse and integrated global society.
Formed on July 1, 2018, the School of Languages, Cultures, and Race (SLCR) brings together students and faculty who are interested in an array of academic fields and areas of inquiry. It builds upon existing WSU strengths in comparative ethnic studies, humanities, social sciences, and foreign languages and cultures and provides additional benefits to students and faculty at all levels across the University.
SLCR arises from a strategic realignment of programs in the former departments of Critical Cultures, Gender, and Race Studies (CCGRS) and Foreign Languages and Cultures (DFLC) along with the interdisciplinary degrees in Humanities and Social Sciences programs. Students in all of these programs can continue, without interruption, to progress toward timely completion of their degrees while they experience a range of additional benefits from the realignment.
We invite you to explore our new website and to stop by the main office in Thompson Hall, room 110, to say hello. You can also read about the formation of SLCR and the school’s new director in the College of Arts & Sciences Story Hub.
News & Events
- Japanese anime characters help teach language, culture skills
- Vilma Navarro‑Daniels named distinguished professor
- Oct. 17: Open house celebrates School of Languages, Cultures and Race
- Cassandra Gulam recognized for community language project
- Ethnic studies professor to lead new school of languages, cultures, race
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