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  • Commencement

    Congratulations to all of our graduates, we are proud of all your accomplishments! Commencement 2020 has been postponed due to CDC requirements. The following is to celebrate the achievements of our graduates. This celebration does not replace Commencement, but rather it is a way to celebrate our students' achievements and the completion of 2,395 degrees. Planning for an in-person ceremony will begin as soon as the county and state announce when large gatherings will be permitted.

  • 2020 Capstone Festival May 14, 2020

    The faculty of the School of World Languages and Cultures is pleased to present the 2020 WLC Capstone Festival to be held in streaming format Thursday, May 14, 2020 from 8:20 am-3:30 pm. Students earning the B.A. in Japanese Language and Culture, and the B.A. in Spanish Language and Hispanic Cultures will present their Capstone project work. When: May 14, 8:20 am-3:30 pm Pacific Time Where: Zoom webinar to participate https://csumb.zoom.us/j/972395918 or view as well as YouTube Live https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCnvlJPVxg6y-mZkn3wKC4w once the event starts.

  • 2020 JET Finalists

    WLC is pleased to share that a talented group of students from the department has moved forward through the Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program application to be finalists for placement in 2020! Congratulations and おめでとう ございます!

  • Postponed: Festival of Languages, Cultures, and Ideas

    Theme: Revisiting history. Join us to Celebrate Language, Culture & Ideas at the 2020 Festival. Film screenings, Dancing, Music, Japanese Tea Ceremony, and Presentations!

  • Postponed: 5th Annual Karaoke Festival

    Join the 5th Annual Karaoke Contest! Performers will sing in Japanese, Friday, April 17, 2020 from 4-6pm at location TBD. Hosted by the Japan Club and the School of World Languages and Cultures.

  • Postponed: Tateishi Book Talk April 8, 2020

    Join WLC April 8, 4PM for a Book Talk and Discussion with John Tateishi, the former JACL president and author of a new book on the Japanese-American redress movement. Location TBD.

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