The study of languages, literatures, and cultures is a key component of the Wisconsin Experience, preparing UW-Madison students to become outstanding leaders who are engaged locally, nationally, and globally.
LANGUAGE ON CAMPUS
- August 26Interdepartmental Orientation Workshop for New Language InstructorsDay 1: Lesson Demonstration and Guided Discussion1:30 PM, 114 Van Hise Hall
- August 27Interdepartmental Orientation Workshop for New Language InstructorsDay 2: Microteaching9:00 AM, 5th floor, Van Hise Hall
- September 3
"More than 80% of employers want the skills that humanities majors cultivate, like critical thinking, analytical reasoning, good written and oral communication skills."Hart Research Associates, 2015
Why Study a Language?
"If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head.Nelson Mandela
If you talk to him in his language, that goes to his heart."
This summer, high school students will have the opportunity to participate in the growing phenomenon surrounding Korean popular culture. Taking place on the UW-Madison campus, the STARTALK Korean Language & Culture Academy will give high …
The Russian Flagship Program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is a federally funded program that prepares undergraduate students of any major to reach a professional level of competence in Russian language and culture by graduation …
Language Flagships are intensive study programs in foreign languages that help undergraduate students of any major reach a professional level of competence in the target language by graduation. The University of Wisconsin-Madison is the proud …