Graduate Students

Mar 21, 2018  |  Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures

Foreign Languages and Literatures Alum Brings Recognition to His Upbringing in Africa

What follows is an interview with NC State alum, writer, and educator Abdoul Salam Maiga in which he talks about his writing, his passion for literature and his appreciation for the quality of education he received at NC State.

Feb 12, 2018  |  Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures

What Do You Think about Earning Your Master’s Degree While Still Working on Your Bachelor’s?

The Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures’ Accelerated Bachelor’s / Master’s (ABM) Degree Program in French or Spanish is a wonderful opportunity for students seeking a higher degree in one of these two languages. The program allows students to earn their BA and MA in five years, saving both time and money by facilitating completion of advanced coursework while still enrolled as undergraduates.  

May 4, 2017  |  College of Humanities and Social Sciences News

Comparing Language in Yucatan

It’s no secret that language and accents evolve over time. But what do those changes say about the speakers themselves? What can they tell us about identity? NC State graduate student Alex Hyler explored those questions while studying unique forms of Spanish in Yucatan, Mexico.

May 3, 2017  |  Foreign Languages and Literatures

Ceremony Recognizes Best Graduating Seniors

Foreign Languages and Literatures Department Head Dr. Ruth Gross and Assistant Department Head Dr. Dudley Marchi welcomed faculty, students, families, and friends to the 2017 Outstanding Graduating Seniors Award Ceremony celebrated last Wednesday April 26 from 3:30 to 5pm at Caldwell Lounge.

Apr 10, 2017  |  Foreign Languages and Literatures

Four Foreign Language Graduate Students Presented at NC State Graduate Research Symposium

The 12th Annual NC State University Graduate Student Research Symposium was held March 22 at the McKimmon Center, in which more than 200 graduate students gathered to present their research to a panel of faculty judges. Four FL&L graduate students were among the presenters.