Congratulations to Jimia Boutouba, Chair of Modern Languages and Literatures, who was nominated by SCU students and selected as an Outstanding Career Influencer for 2021-2022. This award is given by SCU's Career Center in order to recognize and honor those whose work with students has made a lasting impact in terms of their career development and their sense of who they are becoming.
“Although I was pursuing a business major, she was the one who ultimately prompted me to seriously consider declaring a second major in French, which I ultimately did. Since then, practically every internship offer or employer that has reached out to me has commented on this double major, and the uniqueness this combination adds to my applications.” -Claire Andreski ‘24
“French for Global Marketplace” course helps Marketing and French major to landing an internship and a job.
A special note from the chair, award winners, Phi Sigma Iota inductees and thoughts, plans, and memories from graduates
Gloria found her way at SCU and is heading to graduate school.
Four graduating seniors to utilize French skills learned at SCU.
Armand Aibara ‘21, German Studies and Political Science major, received a Fulbright Award to serve as an English Teaching Assistant in Germany.
Gabriella Ballardo ’21 and Grace Lin-Cereghino ’21 tell us about their experiences as the first two Vari Italian Studies Fellows.
Alumna, Bella Field ‘19, tells of her experiences after graduation in France.
Junior political science and Spanish double major is a longtime advocate on behalf of the disability community, service workers, and others.
Strategies used to foster community in Spanish class