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The University of Arizona ranks among the top 10 universities in the nation for producing graduates with foreign language degrees.
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Karina M. Rodríguez, Recruitment Coordinator for the College of Humanities, has been selected to join the University of Arizona’s third cohort of HSI Fellows.  
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Five graduate students in the College of Humanities will receive grants and tuition funding from the University of Arizona’s National Center for Interpretation.  
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Congratulations to the College of Humanities’ Outstanding Senior for Spring 2020, Grace Faerber!  
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Bruna Sommer-Farias, an instructor of Portuguese finishing her doctoral degree in Second Language Acquisition and Teaching, is awarded the College of Humanities 2020 Outstanding GAT Award.  
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Maggie Camp and Robert Stephan have been selected as the College of Humanities 2020 faculty award winners.  
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Three professors in the Africana Studies Program have been promoted, demonstrating excellent performance in teaching, service and research.  
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Three professors in the Department of Religious Studies and Classics have been promoted, demonstrating excellent performance in teaching, service and research.  
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Two professors in the East Asian Studies Department have been promoted, demonstrating excellent performance in teaching, service and research.  
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Three professors in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese have been promoted, demonstrating excellent performance in teaching, service and research.  
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A new interdisciplinary research project seeks to harness digital visualization to increase public education and involvement in policy decisions, as the Tucson area considers ways to adapt to extreme heat brought on by climate change and the urban...
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Colleen Lucey, Assistant Professor of Russian and Slavic Studies, describes how figures from folklore, like vampires, are tied to outbreaks of disease, and how the development of these stories about vampire epidemics reflect the state of society,...
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By Caleb Simmons, Associate Professor of Religious Studies  
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After analyzing narratives of post-war homecoming, a group of student veterans will lead community discussions based on their own experiences. Returning home after military service can bring myriad challenges, not the least of which may be feelings...
Members of the K-pop Dance Club lead a dance workshop in KOR 245 classroom
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With grant funding from the Academy of Korean Studies,
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As languages overlap and blend in border regions, bilingual speakers demonstrate the subtle ways speaking patterns shift and adapt to linguistic influences while maintaining the grammar of both languages.