Five FLL Faculty were recognized for the book publications during 2014-2015 (from left to right):
Frédéric Fladenmuller. Proust ou l’écriture inversive. Du temps perdu au temps retrouvé. Currents in Comparative Romance Languages and Literatures, v. 226. Peter Lang.
Steven Cerutti. Cicero’s Pro Archia Poeta Oratio. Bolchazy-Carducci. 3rd AP edition.
Jill Twark. Envisioning Social Justice in Contemporary German Culture. Studies in German Literature, Linguistics, and Culture. Camden House.
John Given. The Fragmentary History of Priskos of Panion: Attila, the Huns and the Romans, AD 430-476. Christian Roman Empire Vol. 11. Arx Publishing.
Ben Fraser. Antonio López García’s Everyday Urban Worlds: A Philosophy of Painting. Bucknell University Press.
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Stephen Fafulas will be Co-principal investigator for a collaborative interdisciplinary investigation on “Assessing levels of nasality among children whose primary language is Spanish.” The PI will be Jamie Perry, Assistant Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders in the College of Allied Health Sciences. They are joined by Lucia Mendez and Yolanda Holt, also of CAHS.
The Interdisciplinary Research Collaboration Award is sponsored by the Division of Research and Graduate Studies in partnership with the Divisions of Academic Affairs and Health Sciences to promote collaborations among faculty with complementary expertise that may lead to proposals that will attract extra-mural funding from major grants.
This will be a wonderful and most interesting concert!
Please make reservations today!
Saturday October 24, 2015 7:00 p.m.
Duo Guitiano – an Evening of Hispanic Music, commemorating Hispanic Heritage Month
Carlos Castilla, guitar – Ayumi Nakamae, soprano – Amanda Virelles, piano
Please join the Duo Guitiano, formed by Colombian-American guitarist Carlos Castilla (UNC-Pembroke) and Cuban-American pianist Amanda Virelles (Fayetteville State University) as they perform a program of Hispanic Music, in commemoration of Hispanic Heritage Month. Both Amanda and Carlos started their artistic careers as soloists, finishing bachelor, master, and doctoral degrees from conservatories and universities in Cuba, Colombia, Russia and the United States. With an attractive program, Duo Guitiano specializes in repertoire originally written for piano and guitar, from the 19th century to the present day.
Ayumi Nakamae is a native of Wakayama, Japan. In 2013 she met Carlos at Coastal Carolina Community College where they were both music faculty. In 2014 Ayumi added her voice to the duo and has performed the Hispanic repertoire in North Carolina and Tennessee.
Dr. Nakamae holds BA in Music Education from Wakayama University and MM and DA degrees from Ball State University. She is a faculty member at Coastal Carolina Community College, Jacksonville North Carolina.
$20 per concert
Seniors-$15 per concert
Students-$5 per concert
The Music House runs a deficit of approximately $5000.00 per year.
Any donation above the suggested is most appreciated!
Email (firstname.lastname@example.org ) phone [(252) 367-1892]
The Music House
408 West 5th Street
Greenville, NC 27834
Professor Laura Levi Altstaedter was nominated by The American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) to represent it as a volunteer with the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP), which appointed her as a Site Visitor. Prof. Levi Altstaedter has served for some time as lead reviewer for the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation.
The mission of the CAEP and its site visitors is to advance excellence in teacher education by providing evidence-based accreditation to assure the quality of programs and their continuous improvement. It serves more than 900 institutions that offer accredited programs in teacher education.
The Eastern Carolina Alumni Association of Phi Beta Kappa honored five students from the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures at the spring recognition ceremony hosted by the Thomas Harriot College of Arts and Sciences. Each student had a grade point average in excess of 3.93:
Erin Cottrell (Psychology and Hispanic Studies)
Sara Kurtz (Fine Arts and Hispanic Studies)
MacKenzie Alyn Mull (Hispanic Studies and Elementary Education)
Jessica Rassau (Classical Civilization)
Sara Sipe (Chemistry and German)
(left Sara Sipe, middle Jessie Rassau, right MacKenzie Mull)
» HCAS News Story