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Food Studies Students Make Mozzarella and Ricotta in Sicily

Food Studies Students Make Mozzarella and Ricotta in Sicily

  Every May, Dr. Theresa Moran (Director of Food Studies) and Dr. David Bell (Associate Professor of Linguistics) lead a group of students to Italy for the Food in Sicily Study Away Program, based in Ortigia. As you can imagine the program is highly experiential with pasta making; oil, wine […]

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September 20, 2019 at 10:52 amEvents

Nguyen and Sakach Participated in South East Asian Studies Summer Institute

Mark Sakach (far left) and An Nguyen (third from left) with the Gamelan team. Alumna Nona Kurniani Norris  MA ’99  (front-row, fifth-left) is one of the Indonesian instructors at SEASSI.  (third-left) with the Gamelan team. Alumna Nona Kurniani Norris  MA ’99  (front-row, fifth-left) is one of the Indonesian instructors at SEASSI.

Graduate Linguistics students An Nguyen and Mark Sakach participated in the South East Asian Studies Summer Institute at the University of Wisconsin-Madison this summer. SEASSI offers eight-week intensive language courses for all of the major Southeast Asian languages. SEASSI’s language courses are heavily condensed, amounting to two semesters of study […]

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September 16, 2019 at 11:04 amIn Class News

Shadis, Moran and Bell Present at the Kings and Queens Conference at the University of Catania, Sicily

Shadis, Moran and Bell Present at the Kings and Queens Conference at the University of Catania, Sicily

Dr. Miriam Shadis, Associate Professor of History, Dr. Theresa Moran, Director of Food Studies, and Dr. David Bell, Chair of Linguistics presented papers at the Eighth Edition of the Kings and Queens Conference – Resilio ergo Regno: Resilience, Continuity and Recovery at Royal Courts. The conference aims to bring together […]

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September 10, 2019 at 10:14 amFaculty in the News News

South Korean Students Visit OHIO for Culture, Communication

Keira Park and Rickey Larkin speak to students about the Multicultural, Women's, and LGBTQ Centers.

By H. Keira Park Ohio University’s English Langauge Improvement Program invited 14 students from Cyber Hankuk University of Foreign Studies for a one-week Summer Intensive Communication and Culture Program from July 6-13. ELIP has been collaborating with CUFS for the past two years and together offer two online joint certificates—one […]

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Visiting Professor Cho and MA Linguistics Students Present Research on the Role of Intonation in Second-Language Acquisition at KFLC

Visiting Professor Cho and MA Linguistics Students Present Research on the Role of Intonation in Second-Language Acquisition at KFLC

  On Saturday, April 13th, Dr. Christine MoonKyoung Cho and three Linguistics Master’s students, An Nguyen ‘20, Irene Lucena ‘19, and Carla Consolini ‘19, presented a research project at the Kentucky Foreign Language Conference (KFLC), held at the University of Kentucky in Lexington. They developed the project through LING 5940, […]

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September 3, 2019 at 10:18 amNews Research Students in the News

Chair’s Message | Linguistics Welcomes Alumni, Applauds Faculty, Plans for 50th

From left, Michelle O’Malley, Beverly Flanigan, Dawn Bikowski, David Bell

By David Bell Associate Professor and Chair of Linguistics As the summer heat begins to recede, life in Gordy Hall begins to buzz again, it’s time to welcome you to the academic year 2019-20. We have had our usual comings and goings and some notable visitors, a big promotion, an […]

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August 24, 2019 at 9:20 amAlumni

Alumni News | Ruth Yenling Ting Donates $3,000 to Linguistics

Alumna Ruth Yenling Ting working with children affected by earthquakes.

Ohio University Alumna Ruth Yenling Ting ’80M has made a generous one-time donation to support the Linguistics Department discretionary fund. She remembered that when she was at OHIO, someone donated a large amount of money to help students from Taiwan, and she wanted to return the favor, allowing the Linguistics […]

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August 16, 2019 at 1:49 pmNews