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It is critical for the social and economic growth of the region that OSU students develop an international perspective. The department works closely with Office of Global Opportunities (OSU GO) to provide opportunities for our students to live and study abroad. Explore the OSU GO website for study abroad offerings from around the world and talk to your advisor about how your study abroad experience will fit into your academic, career and personal life goals.
Contact World Languages and Cultures for more information about the following language-intensive programs offered through WLC:
PHOTOGRAPH: La Red de Mujeres Ixiles (Association of Ixil Women), an organization based in Nebaj that supports female victims of violence and works to empower women in the region with delegates, including WLC faculty, with the Guatemala Human Rights Commission, August 2013. This summer a delegation from OSU will be visiting the organization along with others to learn about Guatemalan women's rights.
Benefits of a Liberal Arts Education
"How does language learning influence economic growth, cultural diplomacy, the productivity of future generations, and the fulfillment of all Americans?" Check out the full report from the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Listen to Suzette Grillot's conversation with University of Oklahoma German literature professor Bob Lemon and Oregon State University German culture scholar Sebastian Heiduschke.
A bill in the Oregon Legislature would allow computer coding classes to be counted toward foreign language requirements for public school students.