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
Spanish and Political science major Abby Alvarez ‘22 organizes to support SCU’s service workers
Carolina Valdivia’s talk on the impact of immigration on undocumented students and their families hosted by Prof. Alberto Ribas-Casayas
Kate Knight has been accepted to the IÉSEG School of Management, to pursue a Master of Science (MSc) in Fashion Management in partnership with Istituto Marangoni.
Mohammed Kadalah discusses the translation of “Welcome to the New World”
This University award is given in recognition of having established among colleagues and students a well-deserved reputation for an energetic, engaging, and effective teaching style, and having demonstrated the ability to motivate other teachers and learners.
2020 graduates majored in French while at SCU
A special note from the chair, Award winners, Phi Sigma Iota Inductees and thoughts, plans, and memories from graduates
Congratulations to Grace Lin-Cereghino and Gabi Ballardo the two recipients of the inaugural Vari Italian Studies Fellowship!
Political Science, Spanish, and Communication major will study disability rights policy in Brazil.