Mayor of Ottawa Jim Watson bestowed the Honour of Remarkable Teacher to Luis Abanto, Spanish professor in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures.
Ryan O'Connor, a student in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures wins dream trip to China.
Captivating lecture entitled “The Old Irish Epic” to students and community members on the Old Irish Epic.
The new Celtic Studies program was celebrated by several wonderful musical performances including traditional songs in Irish, Scottish Gaelic, and Welsh.
The new minor was celebrated by several wonderful musical performances including Chinese folk and traditional music, traditional Japanese music and Japanese dance.
Many professors and students attended the event which was accompanied by the lovely music performed by two groups: Andean Colours and Roda de Samba.
Rebecca Margolis named Young Researcher of the Year.
The Faculty of Arts is proud to announce that Professor Anahi Alba de la Fuente.
The Department of Modern Languages and Literatures is proud to offer a new master of arts in world literatures and cultures — the first of its kind in Canada.
The Canadian Association of Slavists has awarded its undergraduate essay prize of the year to Sara Miller for her paper.
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