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Highlights|Department of Modern & Classical Languages

MCL Highlights

March 2016

  • March 9, 2016 -- Local Students Claim First Place at World Languages Day: Junior high and high school students from throughout the state showcased their language talents during the annual World Languages Day. See full article here.

  • March 1, 2016 -- Approximately 350 junior high and high school students are expected to attend the fourth annual World Languages Day March 4-5 at the University of Wyoming. The annual event provides a venue for students to showcase their language talents in judged competitions. See full article here.

February 2016

  • "Every university needs to have a humanities focus. You can’t just educate your students part-way — you need a well-rounded education, and humanities is a large piece of that.” -- Dr. Joy Landeira, quoted in Laramie Boomerang's 9 February article by Thaddeus Mast.

December 2015

November 2015

September 2015

April 2015

September 2014

  • UW Faculty Member Translates Influential 19th Century Scientific Work

    September 15, 2014 — “Views of Nature,” the best known and most influential work of noted 19th century scientist Alexander von Humboldt, is now available to English readers after being translated by University of Wyoming Department of Modern and Classical Languages Lecturer Mark W. Person and co-edited by Stephen Jackson, UW professor emeritus of botany and ecology.  Read more

November 2013

  • MCL Faculty members Kevin Larsen, Mark Person, and Jennifer Lavanchy are honored with UW Mortar Board's "Top Prof" Award

October 2013

May 2013

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