Six Graduate Students Win Research Conference Award

Several in the Department of Classical & Modern Languages & Literatures received the Arts and Humanities Graduate Student Research Conference Award in late spring 2014. They were:

  • Yanlin Wang, Graduate Part-Time Instructor of Chinese, for her pedagogy-focused paper: Does the Personalization of Multimedia Learning Influence Learning the Culture of a Foreign Language?
  • Jerome Royer, Graduate Student from Romance Languages- French;
  • Evan Levine, Graduate Student from Classics;
  • Ronald Orr, Graduate Student from Classics;
  • Gorgui Ibrahima Tall, Graduate Student from Romance Languages-French;
  • Laura Valentin-Rivera, Graduate Student from Romance Languages-Spanish.