Sophie Schellhammer, a Baker College sophomore and a recent student in Prof. Liang Fu's CHIN 302 (Third Year Chinese II) course, is a winner of the Critical Language Scholarship, a program sponsored by the U.S.
Third-year Spanish students at the Center for Languages & Intercultural Communication participated in the Spanish @ Rice Colloquium on April 4.
Language teachers from across the Houston area are invited to join CLIC on Saturday, April 27, 2019, from 8:00 am – 4:00 pm, for our 4th Annual Workshop for Language Teachers: Developing Intercultural Competence in the Language Classroom.
As a Latino-American, I always dreamed of studying abroad in Spain. It seemed like a suitable second home for me, where the culture shock of my first trip to Europe would be balanced by the language familiar from my father’s family.
The 2019 CLIC Conference – Beyond Validity: Social and Ethical Consequences of Assessment will take place April 12 – 14. The conference focuses on the benefits of using a socio-interactional definition of second language competence for the design of second language assessment in