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Congratulations to Josh R. Deckman (Department of Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese), on the publication of his essay "Sueños utópicos: Espacios, geografías y comunidades al margen" de la sociedad española en El mapa de la espera (Ana Rossetti, 2010)"

Congratulations to Josh R. Deckman (Department of Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese), on the publication of his essay "Sueños utópicos: Espacios, geografías y comunidades al margen de la sociedad española en El mapa de la espera (Ana Rossetti, 2010)" in Romance Notes.

Congratulations to Grant M. Berry, recipient of a Doctoral Dissertation Research award from the National Science Foundation

Congratulations to Grant M. Berry, recipient of a Doctoral Dissertation Research award (Grant #BCS1651061) from the National Science Foundation for "The long and short of linguistic variation: Dual mechanisms of cognitive control in processing phonological variation and the adoption of sound change".

Congratulations to Michele Rossi, whose book "Pedagogia e corte nel Rinascimento italiano ed europeo" has just appeared

Please join me in congratulating Michele Rossi, whose book Pedagogia e corte nel Rinascimento italiano ed europeo ("Pedagogy and Courtly Life in the Italian and European Renaissance") has just appeared. 

Congratulations, Michele!

Congratulations to Grant Berry for winning a STAR Award from the College!

Grant Berry has been awarded the Superior Teaching and Research (STAR) award from the College of the Liberal Arts. Congratulations, Grant!

Congratulations to Mike Johns for winning a STAR Award from the College!

Mike Johns has been awarded the Superior Teaching and Research (STAR) award from the College of the Liberal Arts. Congratulations, Mike!

Congratulations to Dr. Karen Miller on her appointment to Associate Professor of Spanish and Linguistics!

Dr. Miller has been promoted to Associate Professor of Spanish and Linguistics. Please join us in congratulating Dr. Miller on her accomplishment!

Congratulations to Dr. Sherry Roush on her appointment to Full Professor!

Dr. Roush has been promoted from Associate Professor of Italian to Professor. Please join us in congratulating Dr. Roush on her accomplishment!

Anna Torres Cacoullos receives the Superior Teaching and Research (STAR) Award in the College of the Liberal Arts

This award is to recognize graduate students who have excelled in all aspects of their graduate program and it is intended to support her research in Santiago de Compostela, Spain this summer. Congratulations on this wonderful achievement, Anna!

Congratulations to Madeline Iffert on winning 3rd place for her thesis in the Undergraduate Student Exhibition

Congratulations to Madeline Iffert (double Major in Industrial Engineering and Spanish) who won 3rd place in the Undergraduate Student Exhibition with her thesis titled Do cognates facilitate the processing of codeswitched sentences. Her thesis was directed by Prof. Giuli Dussias.

Adison Godfrey wins Fulbright to Ecuador

Congratulations to Adison Godfrey on winning a Fulbright award to teach English in Ecuador! She will spend nine months in country teaching and hopes to continue previous volunteer work there with a foundation that assists in the education of individuals with disabilities and the creation of educational programs and initiatives. Last summer, Adison taught English at La Universidad de Cuenca for five weeks and received her ESL Program Specialist Teaching Certificate. During this time, she also began studying Kichwa, an indigenous language of the Quechua family, and very much looks forward to continuing her language studies.

Safe travels, Adison!

Congratulations to Matt Carlson, who has been awarded a collaborative fellowship from the Social Science Research Institute for the project titled "Competition, conflict, and optimization: Toward a dynamic model of multilingualism”

Matt will be working in collaboration with Michael Putnam(Associate Professor of German) and David Reitter (Assistant Professor of Information Science and Technology).