Shortly before winter break, MAE student Ian Crane and pre-MAE students Zyanya Hernandez and Adrianna Ovalle worked at ATSU to help in patient simulations in Spanish. Accompanied by their advisor, Dr. Stacy Davis (CML/ED), these future Bulldog language instructors had a great time building cross-campus and community connections. Keep up the good work!!
From November 22 to November 24, Dr. Audrey Viguier and senior French major Michael Moore traveled to Washington D.C. to participate in the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages Conference’s (ACTFL) annual convention and world languages expo. ACTFL is dedicated to the improvement and expansion of the teaching and learning of all languages […]
On Thursday, November 7th, Dr. Stacy Davis (CML/ED) took pre-MAE students Zyanya Hernandez and Adrianna Ovalle and MAE student Ian Crane to ATSU’s Performance Assessment Center. Our future Bulldog language teachers were hosted by ATSU’s Medical Spanish Club to perform patient simulations in Spanish. We loved forming cross-campus connections as Truman helped ATSU medical students […]
This link http://institute.truman.edu/nondegree/how-to-apply-non-degree-seeking-graduate-students/ has information and contact numbers for non-degree seeking students wanting to enroll in Truman classes. If you have specific questions you could contact: Dana Rigby Truman State University Institute for Academic Outreach 303 McClain Hall PH: 660-785-5406
The French Honor Society Pi Delta Phi will host a live webinar on Wednesday, October 23rd @ 6.30 pm in BH 219. François Ozon, one of the most important and influential directors in the French “new New Wave,” will offer public reflections about his most recent film, By the Grace of God, the real-life events […]
Michael Moore, étudiant à Truman State University Entretien avec Michael Moore, étudiant à Truman State University aux États-Unis et lauréat d’un Diplôme de français des Affaires et d’un Diplôme de français du Tourisme, de l’Hôtellerie et de la Restauration (niveau B1) . Pouvez-vous vous présenter ? Je m’appelle Michael Moore, je vis dans le Missouri, […]
Elisabeth Shirk, winner of a $4,000 scholarship awarded by the American Society of the French Academic Palms, wrote an essay on her study abroad experience in Quebec, last summer. The French Academic Palms recognizes those who have rendered eminent service to French education and have contributed actively to the prestige of French culture. For more […]
After graduating with her MAE in May, Elizabeth Berendzen moved to Wiesbaden, Germany. There she found a position at the Obermayr Europaschule in Erbenheim. She is working as a team teacher in bilingual courses offered to students from 5th to 13th grade. These courses include History, Geography, Politics and Economy, and Biology. The school is […]
Amy Norgard, assistant professor of classics, earned a spring 2019 Academic Innovation Award. She was recognized for Living Latin through Modern Music, in which she introduced a semester-long project called Carmen Diei (“Song of the Day”), which had students singing and translating modern songs in Latin.