Announcements

2020 Linen Summer Grants for Study in Asia

Supported by an endowment for Asian Studies established by family and friends in memory of James A. Linen III, Class of 1934, the Department of Asian Studies offers a limited number of grants to assist Williams College undergraduates in traveling to Asia during the summer for educational purposes. For the purposes of these grants, “Asia” refers to South, Southeast, and East Asia, defined as those parts of the continent east of the Khyber Pass and south and east of the Tian Shan Mountains and the Gobi Desert. Continue reading »

CFLLC Language Tables Extravaganza (2019)

Language Table Extravaganza-2019

Language TAs and Fellows, professors, staff, students and families celebrated International Education Week 2019 on Tuesday, Nov. 19 by socializing over a meal and engaging with cultures. Mission Park Dining Hall will have a selection of international dishes for the crowds in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish. All are welcome. Continue reading »

Chinese Program Study Abroad Information Session (Oct.30)

Are you interested in studying Chinese abroad? If so, attend the Chinese program's study abroad information session to learn about your study abroad opportunities, funding resources, and hear from students about their experiences of attending some of these programs. Wednesday, October 30, 7:30 - 8:30 pm, Hollander Hall 040, Hosted by Prof. Cecilia Chang Continue reading »

Faculty and Student Research in Arabic Studies (Mon., October 21 )

Who are we and what are we thinking? Faculty and Student Research in Arabic Studies Monday, October 21 12 PM - 1 PM Goodrich Come join us for a catered lunch and hear Professor Brahim El Guabli introduce his research and talk about his academic career. We will also hear from three Arabic Studies seniors about their research and academic interests. Continue reading »

Arabic Studies: Open House and Study Abroad (Mon., Sep. 30)

Join Arabic Studies faculty and majors for a lunch conversation about Arabic Studies at Williams and study away opportunities in the Middle East and North Africa. Who are we? What excites us? And what do we do and how? A light (relatively healthy) lunch, inspired by the greater Mediterranean region, will be provided. Monday, September 30, 21 – 1 PM in Griffin 3. Continue reading »

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