In August 2019, two of our Spanish professors traveled to the Universitat de València in Spain. Maria Serenella Previto (Sere) and Vilma Navarro-Daniels attended the 29th International Conference of the Association of Gender and Sexuality Studies (AGSS). Maria Serenella Previto chaired the session Woman Agency in Contemporary Latin American and Spanish Narrative, and presented a […]
On April 22, the school recognized SLCR students for their academic excellence with outstanding student awards, outstanding senior awards, and scholarships. Learn more about the school’s scholarship recipients below! Thank you to our generous donors who create scholarship opportunities for the SLCR students. A brief article will be out soon on the outstanding student awards […]
Students in various disciplines displayed and presented their works in the Fine Art Gallery 3 on the WSU Pullman campus this spring to express how they interact with and view social justice in today’s world. Co-creator of the Art for Social Change competition (AFSC), Ana Maria Rodriguez-Vivaldi, associate professor and associate dean of Student Affairs […]
German language students crowded into a classroom to watch the film, “Comedian Harmonists.” The 25 students learned about the true story of the sextet called The Comedian Harmonists. A sextet is one piano player and five singers. The sextet performed before World War II. They formed in 1927 and disbanded in 1934 because three members […]
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 […]
On Feb. 15, Maria Eugenia Sileoni (Eugenia), instructor of Spanish, interpreted pro bono for a Native American man from Panama at the Dinner and Auction hosted by Engineers Without Borders at WSU. Pro bono work is professional work done for a client without pay. A student in her Reading and Translation asked her if she […]
In December 2018, Dr. Rory J. Ong, associate professor of Comparative Ethnic Studies and American Studies, attended graduation on behalf of the School of Languages, Cultures, and Race. Rory took a snapshot of three students from the school. Congrats, grads!
On Mar. 28, Amanda Hussein, adjunct instructor of Spanish, will present her work at the WSU Academic Showcase. Her presentation is titled, “Saving Lada Marina: An Analysis of Jerónimo López-Mozo’s Yo, Maldita India…Using Historiographic Metafiction by Linda Hutcheon.” Through her analysis, she questions how history, fiction, and narrative are described from different perspectives to give […]