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Published August 29, 2019
Fifteen nonformal world languages and culture courses will be offered free this semester at the University of Wyoming.
The World Language and Culture Program (WLCP) is offered to both the UW and Laramie communities. Classes in Arabic, Armenian, Bengali, Chinese, Farsi, German, Hebrew, Hindi, Japanese conversation, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Tadjik/Dari and Uzbek will begin Monday, Sept. 16, and end Friday, Dec. 6.
Classes will be offered throughout the day and early evening, generally once a week. The schedule can be found at www.facebook.com/culturelanguageprogram/. Registration for free classes may be done by going here.
For more information, email WLCP Coordinator Dilnoza Khasilova at email@example.com.
WLCP is a volunteer program that promotes learning world languages and cultures. WLCP learners explore basic language and culture in an informal setting.
The WLCP was developed by Khasilova, a UW doctoral student, in 2013 and supported by UW College of Education faculty member Amy Roberts. It was launched in 2014 with the help of UW’s international community and graduate students. The students received internal grants to purchase curriculum materials; instructional technology; and to organize international students and faculty, visiting scholars and international community members as WLCP service instructors.
The Associated Students of UW, the UW College of Education, the Global Engagement Office, and the Department of Modern and Classical Languages collaborate with the WLCP, assisting with scheduling the classrooms, recruiting volunteers and supporting cultural events on campus to celebrate world languages and cultures.