UW-Madison alumna Laura Chávez-Moreno is receiving Outstanding Dissertation Awards from two different American Educational Research Association (AERA) special interest groups (SIGs).
Quick: How do you say “firewall” or “database” in the variant of French spoken in Belgium? For employees of Epic, the Wisconsin health-care software giant that is building out its European beachhead, it’s necessary lingo.
“I don’t like poetry because I don’t understand it.”
Sookyung Cho, who graduated from the Second Language Acquisition (SLA) PhD program at University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2008, has returned to Madison for a research-focused sabbatical year.
A traditional Danish concept is giving Americans the warm fuzzies. But a Scandinavian Studies professor warns we might be missing the true essence of hygge.
In order to connect, network, and learn with other Language Flagship students throughout the United States, the Russian Flagship Program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison sent four attendees to the Flagship Hackathon in Washington DC …
Studying Arabic has opened many doors to worldwide opportunities for UW-Madison alumna Jessica Miller.
La Maison Française marks a century of creating cultural connections for students and the broader Madison community.
“The second of its kind in the nation — which will give UW-Madison students a new way to pursue intensive study of Korean language and culture — adds to the university’s reputation as a foreign-language …
Gabby Cunningham, 17, is a high school senior from Middleton, Wis. During the past two summers, she participated in STARTALK Korean Language & Culture Academy, a free four-week program on the University of Wisconsin–Madison campus in …