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News

Class of 2018 and the future!

May 02, 2018

As the academic year of 17-18 comes to a close we asked our class of 2018 what they would be doing next year. We have been privileged to know these students. Congratulations Class of 2018 URise!...

Spanish majors Stephen Lunde and James Flaherty presenting at the NETA

April 28, 2018

Spanish majors Stephen Lunde and James Flaherty presenting at the NETA Conference (New England Translators Association) at UMASS Boston this past Saturday. They were part of a panel organized by...

Gubitosi Elected President of Linguistic Association of the Southwest

October 17, 2017

 Patricia Gubitosi, associate professor in languages, literatures, and cultures, was elected 47th president of the Linguistic Association of the Southwest (LASSO) at its annual meeting at New...

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Events

Mar
05

Spanish and Portuguese Research Series

Virtual Session
3:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Mar
26

Spanish and Portuguese Research Series

Virtual Session
3:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Apr
30

Spanish and Portuguese Research Series

Virtual Session
3:00 pm to 4:00 pm

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Student Profile

Noelle McManus '21

“I’m interested in going into publishing and writing. The classes I have taken in the Spanish Program have broadened my horizons and given me more perspectives in writing.”

Noelle McManus is a senior undergraduate from Long Island, NY. She is pursuing a dual degree in Linguistics and Spanish. Her studies complement her interests in publishing, writing, and literary translation.

 

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