Congratulations to three students from the WLC Major in Spanish Language and Hispanic Cultures who presented their current research projects at the 2019 UROC Summer Research Symposium. The Undergraduate Research Opportunities Center creates opportunities for undergraduate students to conduct original research in collaboration with CSUMB faculty members.
In August 2019, the School of World Languages and Cultures will move across campus from WLC-North and South to the East Wing of the second floor in Academic 3, College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences, adjacent to the Gambord Business and Information Technology Building on Divarty St.
Looking for a course that builds your knowledge about cultural and historical connections between Latin America and the United States? How about a course that explores Popular Culture and its products like film, dance, theater, literature, and more? Want to know more about notable figures and their contributions to culture in Latin America and the United States? Join us this fall for SPAN335: Pop Culture in the Americas!
Two students and one professor from CSU Monterey Bay are embarking on a month-long research trip to Okinawa this summer. Kai Jones (Japanese Language and Culture) and Kyle Hill (Japanese Language and Culture, Global Studies) are traveling with Dustin Wright, Assistant Professor of Japanese Culture and Language in the School of World Languages and Cultures, to Japan’s southernmost prefecture. They will join other members of the Okinawa Memories Initiative (OMI), a cross-Pacific collaborative research project that explores postwar Okinawan history and culture.
Adolfo González, a recent graduate of the major in Spanish Language and Hispanic Cultures from the School of World Languages and Cultures, has been recognized for his inspirational work by the Monterey County Supervisors. Tuesday, June 11, 2019 was declared "Adolfo González Day" through a County Supervisor resolution.
Congratulations to Adolfo Gonzalez, Spanish Language and Hispanic Cultures Major, who recently received the Service Learning Award for his extraordinary service to the Salinas Adult School as part of his CSUMB Service Learning experience.