Le Cercle Français Research Opportunity

Le Cercle Français is looking for volunteers to participate in a study about French vowel pronunciation and acquisition.  Volunteering would require about 20-30 minutes of your time and would take the form of gathering audio recording samples of your voice in a sound-attenuated room on campus.  The requirements for this voluntary study are: Americans who […]

Article in Source: Elizabeth Hale named Truman Scholar

For the first time in nearly 40 years, a Colorado State University student will receive a Truman Scholarship, one of the most prestigious national scholarships in the United States. Elizabeth Hale, an international studies major with a concentration in Middle Eastern and North African Studies, is among the 54 Truman Scholars selected nationwide this year. […]

Article in Source: CSU prepared alumna for Paris — and brewery engineering

When Allison Martz was a young girl, her mother used to speak French to her. Her mom passed away when Martz was 11 years old, so when she got the chance to study French at Colorado State University and visit Paris in an education abroad program, it was especially meaningful. Martz in front of the […]

Article in The Collegian: First CSU graduate to minor in Arabic on living in United Arab Emirates

The concept of time is something that changes depending on specific countries in the world. In the United States, time is strict, but elsewhere, it is more fluid and relaxed. This is something a Colorado State University alumna has experienced in her time working abroad in the United Arab Emirates; even though her job requires […]

Article in Source: Critical Language Scholarship takes three students abroad for language, cultural immersion

Three CSU students have been awarded Critical Language Scholarships (CLS) and will be traveling abroad this summer to experience the equivalent of a year of college language courses within a two-month period. The CLS program provides graduate and undergraduate students the opportunity to study critical needs languages and cultures, as designated by the U.S. Department […]

Article in Source: Three undergraduates finalists for Truman Scholarship

Emily Robitschek, Elizabeth Hale and Sarah Bibbey will interview in Denver March 18 for the $30,000 scholarship for grad school and an internship in Washington, D.C. Cisco Mora, CSU Photography. For the first time since the Harry S. Truman Scholarship was established in 1977, three Colorado State University students in one year have been selected […]

Article in The Collegian: Languages, Literature and Cultures alumni use language skills working abroad

Picking everything up and leaving to work in a new country is the dream for some, but others have been able to achieve a job working abroad after graduating from Colorado State University having studied another language. Two CSU alumni are working abroad and having experiences interacting with different cultures that makes up their daily […]

Article in The Collegian: Department of Languages, Literatures, Cultures looks to expand student reach

In a world growing more interconnected daily, the ability to communicate across language barriers becomes an added challenge. The Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures is working to offer language to more students as well as share why they believe it can advance students in their field. To read more about how this department is […]

Article in Source: Professor brings ancient Spanish beer’s history to a head

While Colorado State University has gained widespread publicity for its fermentation science and technology program — especially the beer-brewing angle — one CSU faculty member from a different department is examining the history of beer in a country known primarily for its wine. Carlyon holds a contemporary version of Caelia being brewed in Spain. Jonathan […]