New assistant prof seeks to make her students “global citizens”
The Silicon Valley Voice reviews Breaking Through
Lea Bruzzo Delgadillo '20 recently began working as a translator and interpreter for a legal case regarding immigration.
"Language helps bridge multiple cultures..."
Mohammed Kadalah, Lecturer of Arabic, I invited his students along with members of the MENA (Middle East and North Africa) students' club to an Arab cooking night.
Prof. José Ortigas joins SCU’s Modern Languages and Literatures Department
Spanish students Héctor Martínez and Mike Gómez collaborate with Prof. Ariel Schindewolf and Prof. Emeritus Francisco Jiménez on a translation of Taking Hold.
On Jan 25th, Mohammed Kadalah, lecturer of Arabic at SCU, gave a talk titled: No Journey Is Easy: Syrian Refugees in America.
This year’s Summer Study Abroad trip to Freiburg, Germany, proved to be yet another success!
Life-shaping experiences from Julieta Perales '18, Spanish/Psychology double major
A former student of ours who minored in Italian and graduated in 2015
How French & Francophone Studies at Santa Clara Has Supported the Development of My Career in Global Public Health
10 years of SCU in Freiburg program.