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  • Summer 2023 Applications Now Open

    MULTI 2023 Applications are now open! Visit the link for more info and to apply: https://multilanguage.wisc.edu/

  • FLAS Eligibility

    FLAS eligibility for Intensive Summer Multilanguage Seminar has extended to include South Asian and Southeast Asian Languages. Go to https://flas.wisc.edu/ to learn more!

  • FLAS News

    The FLAS applications are live! Fund your language study, all MEDLI languages are eligible for FLAS funding. Visit https://flas.wisc.edu/apply/ to learn more.

  • Language Program Office is Looking for Student Hires!

  • Multilanguage Informational Session Recording

    Check out the YouTube video below of the most recent Multilanguage Seminar informational session:

  • Tips for Self-directed Language Study

    The Multilanguage Seminar is WISLI’s first self-directed language course. The program allows students to discover what manner of language learning works best for them, rather than relying on a particular textbook or trying to mesh …

  • Meet the Founder of the Multilanguage Seminar- Professor Katrina Daly Thompson

    Professor Thompson has an extensive history of working with less commonly taught languages, including Shona, Swahili, and Arabic. As a graduate student, she used self-instructional methods to learn Shona, a Bantu language, which she then …

  • Meet the Multilanguage Seminar Instructor- Dr. Adeola Agoke

    Dr. Agoke’s passion for language teaching intersects her research interest in language use, sociocultural linguistics, second language acquisition, and pedagogy of African languages. Her passion for African cultural studies and second language acquisition reflects in her …

  • Wisconsin doctoral student awarded Fulbright-Hays research fellowship for tiger conservation in Nepal

    Conservation scientist Samantha Helle was recently awarded a Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad (DDRA) fellowship by the U.S. Department of Education. Helle traveled to Nepal in 2019-2020 on a Fulbright Research grant to study how various stakeholders in wildlife-conflict …

  • The LPO is Hiring!

    The Language Program Office is now accepting applications for a Student Assistant position set to begin in January of 2022. This position is open to all UW-Madison undergraduate students. Multiple positions and opportunities to continue the position …

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