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Staff Changes

School of Languages, Cultures, and Race Welcomes new Professor

Lili ZhangLili Zhang joined us in late September from the Confuscious Institute in China, where she was a guest teacher. She comes from the College of International Education, Wenzhou University, in Zhejiang Province, China.  Lili is a member of The Paper-cutting Art Professional Committee of China, and a certified Inheritor of paper-cutting of intangible cultural heritage in Wenzhou City. She has taught Chinese Language to international students for more than ten years. Her course of Chinese Folk Customs Art and Practice is the most popular course among students.  She also spent two years working in Thailand, and two years in Mexico.

 

Examples of Lili's paper cutting

 

Becca Wilson, advertising and marketing intern, graduates Spring 2019

"Becca Wilson."Our advertising and marketing intern, Rebecca (Becca) Wilson, will graduate Spring 2019. She will graduate magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Strategic Communication with an emphasis in Public Relations and a minor in Political Science. After graduation, she plans to pursue a career in public relations in Seattle, Wa. She plans to work in a PR firm like Edelman. Congratulations, Becca!

Lauren Jasmer, administrative assistant, moves to the College of Arts and Sciences Development office

"Lauren Jasmer headshot."Since June 2016, Administrative Assistant Lauren Jasmer has dedicated her time and energy into promoting and sustaining our school. Until a replacement is found, she will be devoting 20 percent of her work here while working 80 percent for the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) Development office as the development and scholarship coordinator. She will be working with all academic units in CAS while she works closely with the scholarship committee and the school in relation to scholarship management. Congratulations, Lauren!

Madeline Goebel, former receptionist, plans to further academic career

"Madeline Goebel headshot."After working as our receptionist for several months, Madeline Goebel will be moving on to further her academic career. She received a new job as a research assistant at the University of Idaho (UI) in the Department of Natural Resources and Society. She will go on to complete her masters at UI in Natural Resources. Maddie will still be working at One World Cafe in Moscow, Idaho. Good luck with your endeavors, Maddie!