• Top 10 Technology Tools for Foreign Language Instructors

    Guest Lecture by Keah Cunningham

    Tuesday, October 14

    5:00 - 5:45pm

    329 DeBartolo Hall

  • Korean Alphabet Day

    Celebrate Korean Alphabet Day!

    Korean is the most recent alphabet in history and is viewed as the most advanced phonet alphabet. Participate in a variety of activities, including a caligraphy workshop, alphabet game, and dinner.

    McKenna Hall 100-104
    Thursday, October 16
    5:00 - 7:30pm

  • 2015 Summer Language Abroad Information Session

    Tuesday, October 28th


    DeBartolo Hall 131


  • Fulbright TechImpact Scholar Award

    Fulbright TechImpact Scholar Awards are research grants for Irish citizens or E.U. citizens resident in the Republic of Ireland for three or more years to complete short-term, non-commercial projects and research at the University of Notre Dame.

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The Center for the Study of Languages and Cultures supports language and cultural acquisition through a broad array of programs including Peer Tutoring, Summer Language Abroad, and English For Academic Purposes. In addition, the Center maintains a wide array of languages resources (including a language library), hosts language events, and conducts research to explore ways technology can enhance language acquisition. Explore the tabs at left to learn more about our programs, resources, events, and research. 




Latest News

Chinese Language Student in Sports Illustrated

Author: Matt Getze

Max Redfield, a sophomore majoring in international economics at the University of Notre Dame, was recently profiled in Sports Illustrated. In the interview, the lethal starting safety of the national’s number 5 football team, Redfield explains the practicality of taking Chinese. The dividends will come later in his career; the demanding journey of learning Chinese at Notre Dame is now, however. Read the complete article on SI’s website at Max Redfield Interview

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Student Spotlight

Spotlight: Shannon Kraemer

Author: Matt Getze

Shannon Kraemer in Guatemala

Upon meeting Shannon Kraemer, the CSLC’s outstanding foreign language student for October 2014, I was immediately struck by her infectious and unique spirit. A junior double majoring in Economics and Program of Liberal Studies (PLS) and minoring in Korean, Kraemer has a gusto for Korean studies and this is evident to the Department of Korean’s Dr. Yeonhee Yoon, who nominated Kraemer for the Spotlight.…

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