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Students walk on the quad of University of St. Thomas Houston.
Jun 06, 2022
University of St. Thomas Houston plans to launch a new associate degree program taught entirely in Spanish.

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June 6, 2022
University of St. Thomas Houston plans to launch a new associate degree program taught entirely in Spanish.
October 5, 2011
Citing demographic and pedagogic trends, growing number of colleges rename departments "world" or "modern" languages.
May 24, 2011
Georgetown College in Kentucky will attempt what may well be a first: a postsecondary foreign language immersion option for its general education courses.
January 7, 2011
As beleaguered humanities professors gather at MLA conclave, the talk is of budget cuts, tough questions and sometimes uncomfortable strategies.
December 28, 2009
Now annual parody of Modern Language Association -- like the group itself -- switches formats and focuses on job woes.
December 17, 2009
MLA reports 21% drop in positions in English and foreign languages -- steepest decline in 34 years association has collected openings. Percentage of English jobs on tenure track falls.
October 21, 2009
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is moving introductory Spanish courses completely online. Some students are worried, but department officials are not.
April 27, 2009
English and foreign language departments promote male associate professors to full professors on average at least a year -- and in some cases, depending on type of institutions, several years -- more speedily than they promote women, according to a study being released today by the Modern Language Association. Over all, the average time for women as associate professor prior to promotion is 8.2 years, compared to 6.6 years for men.
November 14, 2007
New Modern Language Association survey finds dramatic increases in study of Arabic, Chinese, and less commonly taught languages like Persian, while enrollments also climbed in the staples.
May 24, 2007
MLA issues call to reform the undergraduate major, moving it beyond literary study and rethinking the traditional division of labor in teaching.

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