From group translation of WWI and WWII archives to digital mapping and storytelling projects to professional experience like service-learning projects and developing professional portfolios or inscribing their creative work in the campus itself to traveling the world and immersing themselves in global cultures, Modern Languages majors complete practical, hands-on experience that distinguish them from the competition and support their individual long-term goals. Annually, our students share their own research at Initials, our Student Research Forum.

Research Funds are available for graduate and undergraduate students.