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Elliot Sperin, Chinese major student won Georgia State Banjo Competition
UNG Chinese major, Elliot Sperin won first place in Georgia's Official State Champion today Oct 20, 2017, for the second time in a row. UNG languages wish Elliot a good…
Dr. Mukdsi invited an Award winning writer Chaviano
Dr. Andrea Perez Mukdsi from the Spanish Department invited a Cuban and award-winning writer Daina Chaviano to UNG. Award-winning author Daína Chavianohates when literature is boring. So the Cuban native…
Dr. Martin interviews a Mexican writer Cristina Rivera Garza
Dr. Joshua Martin from the Department of Spanish interviews the Mexican writer, Cristina Rivera Garza about her recent work and the role of the border throughout her career. The article…
Fulbright winner, Darion Gibson to South Korea
Our alumnus, Darion Gibson, a student of Korean, has received a Fulbright Scholarship to study Abroad in South Korea. Congratulations, Darion!
Benjamin Wood to China in January 2018
Congratulations to Benjamin Wood, a Chinese major student, and a participant of the 2017 Liaocheng summer study abroad program. He is selected as an intern to teach at the…
UNG Alumi in South Korea.
Congratulations to the Division of World Languages and Cultures and to the Korean Program, at UNG for the successful example, Rachael Bryant. Bryant graduated from the University of North Georgia in…
Arabic Major Student Devin Smith to Muscat, Oman
Congratulations to UNG student Devin Smith majoring in Arabic for joining the Study Abroad Program in Muscat City, the capital of Oman, Sept to December 2017. He will be attending Center…
Russian faculty member Tatiana Maslova to pursue Ed.D. at UNG
Congratulations to Tatiana Maslova, Russian faculty member, for starting her doctoral program in education at UNG Fall 2017.
A new tenure-track Assistant Professor in Spanish joins UNG
Welcome Dr. Joshua Martin as a new Spanish faculty member to the Dept. of Spanish and Portuguese. Congratulation, Josh.
Study Abroad Program in Russia
UNG students in Russia with Ms. Maslova, a Russian faculty member, during summer 2017.