The programs provide instruction in two languages to help students develop proficiency in both and ready them for jobs.
Ovidiu Breahna, a student at John Carroll University in Ohio, received at the Embassy of Spain in Washington an award given to the Student Ambassador of the program "Study in Spain," dedicated to promote Spain as a destiny for international students. Breahna, who has a degree in Spanish and Biology, is currently working in a dissertation about the writer Miguel de Cervantes, and was recognized for his efforts to promote the “advantages” of studying in Spain and for advancing the Spanish language among his fellow students and the educational community.
Wagner College modern-language professors Margarita Sánchez and Katica Urbanc are the authors of a new Spanish textbook, “Retratos: Arte y sociedad en Latinoamérica y España,” published by Focus, an imprint of the Hackett Publishing Company.
The influx of Latinos — many of them recent immigrants — to the city highlights Philadelphia’s changing demographics. That’s a key story for the city’s news outlets to cover, but one that can be difficult for traditional English-language news organizations to report.
Homage on the 400th Anniversary of the Death of Cervantes raises questions about how many details are known about his life. Why did Cervantes are eight years to publish his next book after the success of don Quixote in 1605?
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- New Orleans libraries carry one of the largest Spanish-language book collections in the whole country
- Grant provides more Spanish and bilingual books for all in El Paso, Texas public library
- Schoolchildren Have Spanish-Immersion Field Trip