CLS Alumnus David Agranovich was named to Forbes 30 under 30 list in the law and policy category. At Facebook he serves as a Public Policy Manager for Threat Disruption and previously served as the director of intelligence at the National Security Council.
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CLS Chinese Alumna Sara Campbell receives dissertation award for creating the world's first quantum gas optical atomic clock and demonstrating a record long coherence time for light-matter interactions at 10 s and clock measurement precision of 3 parts in 10 to the 19th power.
As the CLS alumni community grows to over 6,000 members, we continue our work to remain a resource for your language-related endeavors. To this end, the CLS Program is pleased to invite program alumni from all years to apply for a 2018 Alumni Development Fund (ADF) grant. The Alumni Development Fund (ADF) is designed to provide opportunities for alumni to continue their language learning, pursue...
The CLS program is pleased to announce the 2018 photo contest, open to 2018 alumni of all CLS program sites. Submissions will be accepted through November 13, 2018 and should fall into one of four categories: Mutual Understanding Photos and captions in this category should highlight the impact of study abroad and the CLS program in promoting and inspiring mutual understanding between culture...
Jasmine Ceron, a UNCW student, visited Oman on a two month long intensive language program through the Critical Language Scholarship.
A special interview with Kim Syejeong (김세정), a Program Officer at American Councils for International Education in Washington D.C.
Rita Erickson and Joseph Longo from Michigan State University each received a US Department of State Critical Language Scholarship for this summer, joining over 500 students who qualified for the program.
Six University of Georgia students have received Critical Language Scholarships from the U.S. Department of State to extensively study languages abroad this summer, according to a UGA press release.