Author: Jen Hambleton-Holguin

Space Available in Intro to Language Program Administration Course

There is space available in the online Winterim course, EDUC 8660, Introduction to Language Program Administration. This course is taught entirely online. This course is required for LPA Certificate candidates, but serves as an elective for TESOL and TFL candidates, MPA students, T&I students, etc.¬† It introduces the responsibilities and basic principles of language program […]

Women in International Security: New Initiative

The Women in International Security (WIIS) network, based at Georgetown University in Washington, DC, has been an extremely useful network for our security-focused students and alumni- both women and men- to join for many years. They hold numerous networking events in the DC area, they send a weekly job update email to members, and their […]

Key Networking Skill: Remembering Names!

Do you have trouble remembering people’s names? This is a critical skill to develop as you work to develop your professional network. It can be especially challenging to remember names during high-pressure, highly social situations, such as at conferences or career fairs. This article will teach you a few tips and tricks for remembering names. […]

Two Courses in Intercultural Communications this Spring

We wanted to make all of you aware of two exciting courses taking place this spring in the area of intercultural communications. If you still have space in your schedule for this next semester, check these out!: Communication in Multicultural Settings, taught by Dr. Lynn¬† Goldstein This three-credit course examines the social, cultural and linguistic […]

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