Annual Japanese Year End Presentation
November 29, 2016
Date: Friday, 12/2/2016
Time: 3:40-5:30 pm
Place: Fretwell 100
Open to public
The Japanese Studies Program at UNC Charlotte celebrates the end of the year with songs, skits, and various other performances in Japanese by Japanese-language learners. The event will also recognize the hard work put in...
2016 TOMODACHI Daiwa House Student Leadership Conference
November 29, 2016
2016 TOMODACHI Daiwa House Student Leadership Conference III held in Washington, D.C. October 20th-23rd.
The U.S.-Japan Council and the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo, under the auspices of the TOMODACHI Initiative held the TOMODACHI Daiwa House Student Leadership Conference from October 20 to 23rd, 2016 at Washington D.C. The theme of the conference was "Exploring U.S.-Japan Relations...
Third Annual Multilingual Poetry Slam features Spanish, Hindi, Yiddish, and Spanish Translation
November 2, 2016
If you're familiar with the concept of a "poetry slam," imagine the same with performances in languages other than English. UNC Charlotte students performed original poems with in foreign languages at this year's Third Annual Multilingual Poetry Slam, held in the Cone After Hours space. Over 100 students and faculty attended this year's event that was sponsored by the Department with...
Department holds its first International Translation Day Mini-conference
October 6, 2016
The need for translators worldwide has not decreased. There is a growing need for collaboration and interaction among translators worldwideIn a world where communication via many formats is ever-increasing. It seems fitting that the Department of Languages and Culture Studies should recognize the importance of translators and of the profession by celebrating International Translation...
Translation in 2016: How UNC Charlotte prepares Translation Professionals
September 28, 2016
In a world where information flows so freely and via so many platforms, translation professionals have never been busier as the communication demands of a global economy increase. The demand is clear, but how do universities like UNC Charlotte play a role in meeting such needs? What tools and experiences are necessary to prepare future translators and interpreters? How...