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Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures
Where can a language degree take you?
Driven by a globalized economy and more diversity in the United States, employment opportunities for language students have hardly been better. In fact, employment of interpreters and translators is projected to grow by 46 percent between now and 2022, according to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics. But our students can do much more considering the need for language professionals in business, industry, and politics.
The Department of Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures is dedicated to the study of seven languages and their associated literatures and cultures. Our students study the world through literature, politics, media, history--all to better understand the unique dynamics and rich depth of another people and place.
Alumna Success Story: The accomplishments of Jules Kotrba, who received a minor in Chinese Studies, have been featured in a UND news story. To read more, see this link.
Arts Midwest World Fest Proudly Presents
Le Vent du Nord special UND concert at North Dakota Museum of Art
Monday September 23, 2PM
Admission free. Please request at 777-4659 or at the Languages Department office tickets as needed for those who actually will attend. Places remaining at the time of the concert will be available.
Le Vent du Nord will also perform a full concert at the Empire Arts Center on September 27 at 7:00 pm.
German Cooking Club
Thursday, Feb. 13 from 5-8 p.m. in O'Kelly 40 (Nutrition and Dietetics Lab). $5 per person, open to the entire campus community. Join us for some great food!
UND NORSK - the Norwegian student organization - welcomes students back to campus with WAFFLES at the first August meeting of Fall 2014 on Thursday, 28 August, at 4:30 p.m. in the UND International Center. Click here for more information.
Two UND students are blogging about their experiences as foreign exchange students in Scandinavia.
Lynsi Machart is a nursing students studying in at Karlstad University in Sweden. Her blog can be found here.
David Laurion is a mechanical engineering student studying at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim. His blog can be found here.
The Languages Department is sponsoring a book launch celebrating Paul Worley's recently published book. The event will include a reading and discussion as well as a reception with complimentary refreshments.
North Dakota Museum of Art
Thursday 27 February 2014
NEW! For students in health care: online and on-campus Medical Spanish Spring 2014
Online: SPAN 151: Spanish for Medical Personnel
On-Campus: LANG 250
Contact Prof. Debra Maury for more information