AMIDEAST and top professors in the field plan programs throughout the Middle East, with an eye toward significantly increasing study abroad opportunities.
While some German programs fight for survival, professors at Duke and Chapel Hill celebrate merged graduate program that could be model for Ph.D. education in the humanities.
Breaking with the long-standing norm for Arabic instruction, Cornell program combines instruction in written and spoken language -- an approach catching on elsewhere.
New report suggests goals for undergraduate majors in English and foreign languages -- including a "radical stance" that all such majors know both English and one other language well.
At MLA, professors describe how departments are rethinking curriculums and the tenure-track/adjunct divide. Beyond pedagogy, programs want to protect themselves.
Women who teach English and other languages are more satisfied with classroom work than other aspects of their jobs, but report shame over pride in areas other than research, survey finds.
New report on “Writing in the 21st Century” calls for new curriculums and pedagogies.
With implications for how undergraduates write, and cite, Modern Language Association releases revised handbook for preparing research papers.
The following individuals have recently been awarded tenure by their colleges:
Frostburg State University
--Alemseged Abbay, history--Frank Ammer, biology--Peggy Biser, chemistry--Evan Offstein, management--Jodi Welsch, educational professions
Trinity University (Texas)
At gathering on international education, experts see progress in teaching a crucial language, but worry about impact of keeping instructors at low pay and off tenure track.
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