October is here, and the good people of Colorado know what that means….Homecoming! The day was clear, the temperature comfortable, and spirits soared high as students, staff, and the Fort Collins community gathered to join the festivities. The annual Homecoming parade wound its way around town and traveled across the Oval into the heart of […]
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Little did Charlie Vest know that when he first signed up for a Chinese course, he was setting his feet on a path that he “would have never expected”. Hear his story about how he ended up living in China. Charlie Vest now Charlie Vest, in Chinese
Adding a Japanese Minor to my undergraduate studies at CSU has had a profound impact on my early career path. With a study abroad in Nagasaki and a second trip to Kagawa lead by Beeken Sensei for further credit, I became serious about a career track that could lead me to work in Japan. Graduating in 2015 with a major in Computer Information Systems opened […]
Francis Commerçon 2018 BS in Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology and Biological Sciences. Minor in Chinese. 2017 Truman Scholarship recipient. 2018 Fulbright scholar. Francis was an Honors student and a Boettcher Foundation Scholar. He earned a double major and a minor in Chinese during his academic career at CSU. Armed with years of […]
The Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures continues to grow programs and faculty, engage with communities, and enjoy student success.
The Justin Lee Cook Memorial Scholarship was awarded for the first time to a student majoring in German.
Masako Beecken, instructor and creator of the Japanese program at CSU, retires from teaching and leaves a legacy with the T&M Beecken, Alumni and Friends Scholarship Endowment.
CONGRATULATIONS! The CSU Japan Cup teams placed 1st and 3rd in the 2018 Japan Cup Level IV that was held on April 7, at the Front Range Community College in Westminster, Colorado. A team of three second-year Japanese students that won 1st place advanced to the final round by winning the tie-breaker in the preliminary […]
Brenna Carter is no stranger to unique surroundings. At 8 years old, she enrolled in a dance academy to focus on ballet. To accomplish this, she had to forgo a traditional school, and often spent her summers cross training to keep in top shape for ballet. The hard work has paid off. She earned […]
Read about Spanish Major Josh Horner and his amazing story! Josh Horner, College of Liberal Arts
Fort Collins Children's Theatre presents a sign language interpreted performance of "The Little Mermaid", Friday Nov. 16, 7pm. Complimentary ticket for deaf/HH plus one companion, additional tickets at group rate [...]
International Careers Panel, March 28, 2018, 3pm - 5pm
Invitation to Attend Symposium to discuss the interrelated aspects of environmental conflict in Latin America and their cultural representation. For more information, click on the image. In Lory Student [...]