The Wisconsin Langauge Summit, held January 26, 2018, successfully gathered business, education and government leaders from across the state to discuss how langauge can help businesses in Wisconsin. Click on the Wisconsin Public Radio story below for the full article.
Cultural Linguistic Services, part of the Human Resources Department at UW-Madison, stives to make a difference in employees' lives through language.
Meet Marina Zilbergerts! Marina is a new member of the German, Nordic and Slavic (GNS) department. We sat down with her to ask why she chose Madison and what classes she's most looking forward to this fall.
Meet Claus Elholm Andersen! Claus is a new member of the German, Nordic and Slavic (GNS) department. We sat down with him to ask why he chose Madison and why he thinks students should study Danish.
UW's Maggie Hawkins will be recognized as the Global Citizen of the Year at a United Nations Anniversary Luncheon hosted by the United Nations Association of Dane County.
Meet Alice Mandell! Alice is a new member of the Classical and Ancient Near Eastern Studies (CANES) department. We sat down with her to ask a few questions on things like her favorite class on campus this semster and the one superpower she's always wanted.
Sunny Yudkoff, originally from Montclair, NJ, joined the UW-Madison community recently. We took a few minutes to get to know the new Yiddish Instructor.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison has received a two-year federal grant to conduct a statewide Language Roadmap Initiative to enhance the economic competitiveness of Wisconsin by strengthening language education for students across the state.
What do French bread, Pokemon Go, and Tibetan chants have in common?
More than 500 students from across Wisconsin attended World Languages Day. Photo courtesy of Yasha Hoffman.
B. Venkat Mani makes a difference everywhere he goes in the world and people are starting to notice.
The German Literature professor received the Kellet Mid-Career Award. This honor, sponsored by the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, grants the recipient $60,000 in research funding at a critical point in their academic careers. It honors outstanding faculty who are at the midpoint of their careers: seven to 20 years after their first promotion in a tenured position.