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 →

Student Researchers Collaborate on Original Picture Books

Students recently wrapped up research projects on a mouth-watering variety of Spanish American dishes, from Chilean chochoca to Cuban ropa vieja, in Dr. Laura Kanost’s Food in Spanish American History and Culture class (SPAN 566). In addition to reading academic studies, the student researchers also learned about the dishes from the people who cook them... Continue Reading →

Spanish from a distance: #KStateSpanishEnCasa

Since our Spanish courses moved online after Spring Break due to Covid-19, junior Spanish major Natalie Leonard and the rest of our Spanish Ambassadors have gathered together a few observations and some advice for #KStateSpanish students working hard to finish out this strange Spring semester. As you work on your Spanish from home, tag us... Continue Reading →

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