CWUForeign Language NewsForeign Language News Language Study Rewarded, 02 Dec 2014 09:44:47<p>Michael Essex, a CWU Japanese Student, has been accepted to Temple University's Education with a Concentration in Applied Linguistics PhD program in Osaka.&nbsp; He credits Professor Okada-Collins and Dr. Nelson with helping him achieve this success.</p>Legislative Internship Awarded, 02 Dec 2014 09:36:16<p>Sergio Madrid, has been offered a legislative internship in Olympia during Winter Quarter 2015.&nbsp; Sergio, who is interested in pursuing a career in public policy, will spend next quarter working in the Senate to shape law and policy in Washington. He is one of just six students selected from CWU.&nbsp; Sergio is currently writing his senior thesis on the United States' policy toward unaccompanied minors arriving from El Salvador, Guatemala, and his home country of Honduras. He is using Martha Nussbaum's Capabilities Approach to argue that Central American migrants should be granted asylum in the US. His argument is supported both by the growing literature surrounding Nussbaum's work and his analysis of poverty, violence, and corruption in Central America.</p>Congratulations to the Class of 2014!, 13 Oct 2014 13:10:23<p>A special congratulations to World Languages Graduate Joseph O'Connor for being selected as the Honors Convocation Speaker! Check out these photos and his speech! Check out the Good News link to the left for more information.</p>Lefkowitz Receives Crystal Apple Award, 23 May 2013 09:39:40<p>Each year the Teacher Professional Education Advisory Board (PEAB) presents Crystal Apple awards to one faculty member from each college who has had a significant impact on teacher preparation at CWU.&nbsp; The CTL Executive Board has chosen Dr. Virginia Erion, TEACH, Dr. Eugene Johnson, School Psychology, and Dr. Natalie Lefkowitz, World Languages, as the Crystal Apple recipients for 2012-2013.</p><p><br>Crystal Apple awards are presented to faculty at the Top Ten Student Teachers Reception, at 1:00 p.m. on Friday, June 7 in Sue Lombard Dining Hall.&nbsp;</p>