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  • The University of Wisconsin-Madison will soon launch a new undergraduate Korean Language Flagship Program, becoming the second Korean Flagship in the nation.

     

  • Wil Cocke (pictured with family) is pursuing critical languages and cybersecurity as a member of the Badger Battalion.

    Wil Cocke (pictured with family) is pursuing critical languages and cybersecurity as a member of the Badger Battalion.

     

    William Cocke, a 4th year PhD student in UW–Madison’s Department of Mathematics and ROTC cadet, has cultivated several skills critical to national security and defense. Once connected with the ROTC program, he also decided to study Urdu through Project Global Officer (GO).

  • Professor Naomi Hanaoka McGloin was recruited as a tenure-track professor of Japanese Language and Linguistics by the Department of East Asian Languages and Literature at UW-Madison in 1976. She will retire this summer after nearly 40 years teaching Japanese language and linguistics on campus.

    Professor Naomi Hanaoka McGloin was recruited as a tenure-track professor of Japanese Language and Linguistics by the Department of East Asian Languages and Literature at UW-Madison in 1976. She will retire this summer after nearly 40 years teaching Japanese language and linguistics on campus.

     

    Professor Naomi Hanaoka McGloin was recruited as a tenure-track professor of Japanese Language and Linguistics by the Department of East Asian Languages and Literature at UW-Madison in 1976. She will retire this summer after nearly 40 years teaching Japanese language and linguistics on campus.

  • Cover page for the Italian 450 semester-long project.

    Cover page for the Italian 450 semester-long project.

     

    The students of Professor Buccini’s Italian 450 class decided to use their language skills to promote the Wisconsin Idea.

  • UW-Madison professor Hongming Zhang of the Department of Asian Languages and Cultures

    Hundreds of scholars of Chinese language and culture will gather at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, long a center for Chinese studies, on May 5 and May 6 for a pair of prestigious international conferences.

  • Each summer, UW-Madison offers numerous summer language courses for students to take.

  • The University of Wisconsin-Madison has been ranked the second in the nation, and first among public universities, for innovative foreign language learning in 2018

  • Present at this event, from left to right are:  
    Hongming Zhang, Fang Yan, Jake Jae Yong Lee, David Burnett, Yuting Lan, Kristine Nguyen, Yanwen Wu, Elizabeth Somsen, Collin O’Keeffe, Han Yan, Weihua Zhu, Hui Yu, and Shuxiang You.

    Five UW students of Chinese competed in the 2018 Midwest College Chinese Speech Contest, held at Lake Forest College in Chicago, on April 21.

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