The LCWA World Cultures Fair was a huge success this year! Check out some photos below and TONS more on the Facebook Page!
Check out some of the exciting things that have been happening in Hispanic Studies!
- Dr. Jorge Rueda, Professor of the Department of Linguistics & Literature, from the University of Santiago, Chile, conducted a live video conference from South America to a public of College of Charleston’s students and faculty titled “Andean Worlds: Inclusive Coexistence as Social Justice” within the Global Connections Series.
- College of Charleston First Year Experience students participated in the Second CofC Spanish Omelet Contest organized by Dr. Antonio Pérez-Núñez and Prof. Devon Hanahan.
- Julie King, a 2013 College of Charleston graduate and Contractor of the Inter-American Drug Abuse Control Commission Organization of American States, presented her lecture “The Only Gringa in the Room: Working Bilingually at the OAS” during the Hispanic Career Series at the College of Charleston.
Don’t miss out on all the exciting events and news happening in the Jewish Studies Program this Fall!
Midnight on February 28, 2017 ended the Give To What You Love campaign. This was the first year that LCWA participated in this campaign. LCWA’s goal was to reach a total of 40 donors by the end of the campaign and not only did LCWA reach 40 they surpassed it!
LCWA had a total of 43 donors give to various funds and programs throughout the month of February. During this initiative faculty, staff, students, and alumni were encouraged to give to the fund that was meaningful to them. By investing in the College of Charleston, they were helping support the students and programs that made an impact on their lives.
LCWA would like thank everyone who gave during the Give To What You Love campaign and congratulate you for helping LCWA reach their 40 donors goal!
Join fellow archaeologists and archaeological sympathizers this Wednesday (September 18) from 5:00 to 7:00 at the Mellow Mushroom in downtown Charleston. No agenda, other than to enjoy each other’s company.