Dr. Ford, Dr. Smith and Dr. Murenina along with FLL students attended the Third Annual THCAS Scholarship Thank You Luncheon that took place on Sept. 21, 2018. A number of FLL students were recognized for their achievements. Two out of three student speakers at the Luncheon were from FLL. Phoenix Little, Hispanic Studies student and Ms. Harvey S. Wooten Social Sciences Scholar, Chase Neese, Russian Studies student and The Jim and Pam Mullen Study Abroad Scholarship and Dr. Gabriel R. Cipau Scholarship recipient.
Please register at ecu2018.thatcamp.org!
Performance-voice major and German student, Joseph Morris, recently took the language skills he acquired here at ECU to the test during a month-long hike in France and Spain on the Camino de Santiago as well as during a 6-week internship in the Berlin Opera Academy. He was able to take advantage of this great opportunity to get experience working in his field in one of the most internationally renowned cities for music and culture, Berlin, in part because he had taken basic German courses at ECU and was able to navigate life and work in the German capital. To learn more about his remarkable experience, click here. He will also be performing at this year’s German Christmas concert on Dec. 1st in the Greenville Art Museum, so stay tuned or email Dr. Jill Twark (email@example.com) for more information.
In the Spring of 2018 Foreign Languages & Literatures Department’s students, faculty and staff participated in production of a promotional video about our department, titled “Your Major Matters”. Please view and share the video here!