Spanish Professors & Students in Modern Languages present at the Kansas World Language Association’s (KSWLA) Annual Conference, hosted at K-State 

KSWLA’s mission is to promote and improve the teaching of world languages and cultures; to provide continuing professional development; and to encourage the spirit of cooperation among world language educators in Kansas. Our very own K-State Spanish graduate and undergraduate Spanish students, along with their Spanish professors, had the opportunity to present their research and... Continue Reading →

Spanish Students Present Research at Initials Symposium

Every Spring semester K-State's Modern Languages Department hosts Initials, a student research symposium where graduate and undergraduate students in Modern Languages present projects they have worked on during the academic year. Typically, each student creates a poster to showcase their research findings and illustrate their ideas - like these from 2019 - and faculty and... Continue Reading →

Coloreando la reconciliación

Pinceles no pistolas Publicación estudiatil de Leslie Ramirez, Natalia Rodriguez y Tatiana Briceño Traducción de Jasmin Choate, Samantha Díaz y William Augustine A lo largo de los años, Columbia ha enfrentado muchos problemas y tribulaciones en los que los ciudadanos fueron divididos en víctimas y victimarios. Esta nación ha estado tratando de reconstruirse, y un... Continue Reading →

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