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Learning How to Fold Origami with Peers

Bianca Ramos, a student of Japanese 103 and a long-time origami lover, taught her peers how to fold origami flapping birds and beating hearts.

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New linguistics course in Spring 22!

Download the Flyer  Title: Language Use, Healthcare, and Informatics Researchers into language use in medical contexts may portray interaction between patients and care providers as complicated cross-cultural communication between members of the same…

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New Chinese Course in Spring 2022!

This is a content-language integrated course focusing on developing (cross-) cultural insights and building advanced Chinese language proficiency through listening, conversing, debating, narrating and describing.  Students will be guided to explore iconic photographic…

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Linguistics Faculty and Students Coffee Hour

Students in the Computer Science and Linguistics program and the Linguistics Minor program had a fun time meeting peers and faculty and Q&A with peer panelists.

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Duosi Meng presented at Chinese Language Teachers Association

Duosi Meng, Senior Lecturer of Chinese, presented her curriculum project on differentiated learning in mixed-levels language class at the Chinese Language Teachers Association, Special Interest Group on Heritage Language Teaching. Well done, Meng…

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A New CS and Linguistics Major-- A perfect fit!

Congratulations to Computer Science and Linguistics major Grace Pnacek, who is featured by Break Through Tech Chicago and Department of Computer Science. Read the story here.